Ashley R. (NDW#43) (19 Posts)

Ashley is DDL's resident food expert and is a passionate foodie who enjoys cooking, fine dining, traveling and all things Disney. From a young age she has been in love with the magic of what Disney represents. She is the chief editor of her website acupofdisney.com where she shares Disney information,vacation tips, videos and Disney recipes. She also currently is a columnist for StudioCentral.com. To contact Ashley you can find her on Twitter @acupofdisney


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Edible souvenirs are some of my favorite things to bring home from Disney World. Not only is inexpensive, but it also can be a fun mission to find something new you’ve never tried before. There are so many to choose from in all the different parks and resorts. I will name three of my go-to selections.

The Giant Rice Krispy Treat from the Confectionery on Main Street in the Magic Kingdom is a must for me. It usually takes me about a week to eat, but it really is delicious.  It’s worth the price for the gigantic treat rather than buy several of the smaller variety. I love the one completely dipped in chocolate. It also comes in half dipped, plain, or with little candies on it.

Hi-Chew Strawberry chews in the Japan Pavilion are one of the many candy treats in the Mitsukoshi store. They remind me of a better tasting Starburst. Some people may find the texture odd if they don’t like soft candies like taffy.

I also like Hello Panda Cookies from the Japan Pavilion. Is there a pattern here? These little biscuit cookies are too cute. They are stamped with a little Panda playing sports and are filled with a chocolate center. They come in an assortment of flavors.

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So what Disney food souvenirs do you like to bring home with you from your vacation? I can’t wait to hear what you have to share.

Contributed by: Ashley Reeve (NDW#43) Ashley is the DDL Food Blogger. She is also the creator of A Cup of Disney.

7 thoughts on “DISNEY EDIBLE SOUVENIRS

  1. My Mom always has to get several boxes of the Anna cookies from Norway. I think she gets a couple of each flavor, though perhaps a few extras of the orange flavor. My fave edible treat- the strawberry bar- is not ‘souvenir’ material. It would be a puddle of sticky red mess!

  2. We absolutely LOVE those HI-CHEWS! Our favorite ones are the green apple ones…they are the best! We found them at a store back home in Seattle but I haven’t seen them anywhere here yet. Thank goodness we’re heading to EPCOT tomorrow. 🙂

  3. I am going to have try the green apple ones now. Those candies are so addicting. Thanks Jackie!

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