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A Disneyland Caramel Apple for Every Season

by Mommy Frog on March 20, 2020 3 Los Angeles

Guide to Disneyland Caramel Apples - PinterestWhenever we go to Disneyland Resort, one of my first stops is to check out what’s new in the world of fresh caramel apples. You know they are my favorite treat in the parks, so I always budget a caramel apple into my treat allowance — I will even forgo a meal if it means I can have a caramel apple! (Don't judge.) You may wonder how I never get sick of eating caramel apples, but Disneyland changes its offerings all the time, so there is a Disneyland caramel apple for every season. That means there’s a new one to try every time I visit! Some of the character apples are so cute that I almost don't want to eat them. Almost. I do get over that pretty quickly somehow.

Whether you are a traditionalist or a more adventurous caramel apple lover, Disneyland caramel apples offer something for everyone. Let's hop to it and take a look at the Disneyland caramel apples you need to have in your life!

How to Find a Disney Caramel Apple for Every Season

Caramel apples are a year-round treat at Disneyland. Hop into the candy shops no matter what season you visit. You'll find standard caramel apples and fun character and seasonal apples that will make it toadally hard for you to pick which one to get! Here are a few of our favorite seasons for caramel apple picking.

A Disneyland Caramel Apple for Every Season-Valentine's Apple

Valentine's Day Apples - Pick up a tasty surprise for your sweetheart. You can never go wrong with a Valentine's Minnie apple.

Springtime Apples - The spring brings fun treats such as colorful Easter egg apples.

A Disneyland Caramel Apple for Every Season-Halloween apple

Halloween Time Apples - At Halloween time, Disneyland sells the most spooktacular Halloween apples, including drippy poison apple skull apples, Jack Skellington and Evil Queen themes. We never know what the candy makers will scare up for the next year! Hop over to our guide to Halloween treats so you don't miss out on any new apples this season!

A Disneyland Caramel Apple for Every Season-Christmas apple

Holiday Time Apples - At Christmas time, snowman apples, snowflake apples and Santa Mickey, Santa hat Minnie or elf Mickey apples are the coolest treats of the season. We also have a guide to the yummiest holiday treats at Disneyland in case you get caught up in the spirit of the season and want to find more themed treats!

Other special events, movie releases and festivals can bring out special character or themed apples, as well. It's worth hopping into the candy shop during Disneyland After Dark parties to see if there are any specialty apples to mark the occasion.

Celebrate with Character or Disney-Themed Apples

A Disneyland Caramel Apple for Every Season-Pooh Corner

A Disneyland Caramel Apple for Every Season-Bing Bong

Character and themed apples are adorable and often stick around at least a little while. When a new movie comes out or Disney is promoting a character or show, you'll see fun, themed apples. Look for special Pooh-themed apples over at Pooh Corner that you won’t see in the other shops. And, of course, there are always traditional Mickey and Minnie apples. Their colors may vary per holiday. The white chocolate, apple pie Mickey caramel apples are amazing. The styles change, so you might pick up a Sorcerer Mickey or Steamboat Willie apple.

Bing Bong's Sweet Stuff is the place to find some cute Pixar apples. Hop in for the Bing Bong apple or the Rainbow Unicorn apple. We've spotted some Mater, Lightning McQueen and Ham apples, as well.

Stay Simple with Classic Disneyland Caramel Apples

Disneyland Caramel Apple - Watching Apples Get Made

For traditionalists, you always have your plain caramel and caramel with peanut apples. It does not have to be fancy to taste good! If you are looking for a snack with fruit and protein to satisfy your appetite and sweet tooth, you can’t go wrong with a caramel and peanut apple.

Where to Find Disneyland's Caramel Apples

Disneyland Candy Apple - Downtown Disney

Where can you find these delicious treats? Five shops offer caramel apples. In Disneyland Park, you can find them at Pooh Corner and Candy Palace. In California Adventure Park, hop into Trolley Treats for apples and other homemade treats (some under $5) or Bing Bong's Sweet Stuff for some unique Pixar-themed apples and other treats. You can also find caramel apples in Downtown Disney at Marceline’s Confectionary. Tad and Lily love to watch the Candy Makers dipping and decorating Disneyland caramel apples and other tasty treats through the windows at Pooh Corner, Candy Palace, Trolley Treats and Marceline’s.

OK, so now I am salivating in anticipation of my next Disneyland caramel apple! I’ll leave you with these tips: Be sure to grab a knife when you buy your apple, because it makes sharing easier. Some of apples are complicated to eat — but they are definitely worth the effort. You might want to take your apple home instead of enjoying it in the park. If so, purchase it as you leave, ask for a box and keep it refrigerated as best you can. Little splurges like indulging in a caramel apple make the trip for me. That's why I always make it work for my budget.

Have a favorite caramel apple or sweet treat you must eat the parks? Share it below. Then, read on for tips on how to have your cake (or apple) and eat it, too, while saving money at Disneyland.

Related: The Ins and Outs of Disneyland Dining Reservations

Related: The Best Disneyland Snacks and Where to Find Them

Hoppy planning!

Keep hopping, Mommy Frog!
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Mar 5, 2017 at 11:27 p.m. Melody Jensen Says...

Visited Magic Kingdom 2/27/17. The one indulgence I allow myself every visit is a Disney carmel apple. It was terrible!!!! Instead of the succulent shiny carmel colored apple, it was a flat beige in color. Karo syrup with a thicker and food coloring????? Never again!

Feb 20, 2017 at 7:18 p.m. Lori Says...

Re: Fastpass, we're going in May and staying off-site. How can I use fastpass if I'm not sure which days of our trip we will be at what park? For example, plan to do Epcot on a Monday, but then weather is bad and so decide to go Tuesday instead. Thanks!

Feb 20, 2017 at 5:56 p.m. FrogBlog Says...


Your best move would be to make a plan for the days you want to visit and get Fastpasses for those days. If your plans change, you can always cancel those and make new ones for the new park.

Hoppy Planning!

Mommy Frog

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