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  • On May 11, 2023
    Kyle from FL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Out of curiosity are the candy made at the 5 candy stores( candy kitchen, poohs corner, bing bong, trolley sweets, and Marceline’s) distributed to other stores for purchase at Disneyland resort.

    Hi there, Kyle!

    Welcome back to planDisney, and thank you for this extra-sweet question! Let's dive right in!

    There are three main public locations where our favorite treats are created at the Disneyland Resort:

    While candy is created at a few other locations as well, these locations are primarily responsible for some of our favorite Disneyland Resort treats...think of fresh caramel apples, decadent fudge, chocolate-dipped marshmallow wands, churro toffee, and so much more! It's true that you can find many of these treats, such as my favorite Mickey-shaped crisped rice treats, at other park locations. Some of these delicious snacks travel to one of my favorite lesser-known spots for a snack: the snack cart in the lobby of Disney's Grand Californian Hotel & Spa! Who wouldn't want to relax in that gorgeous lobby with a cookie or chocolate-dipped treat?

    Making candy is a wonderful tradition at the Disneyland Resort. Many seasonal items, such as fudge eggs at Easter and hand-pulled candy canes at Christmas, have been part of the park's history for many, many years! I love how Candy Kitchen is designed for guests to be able to watch Disneyland's Master Candy Makers hard at work each day as they walk down Main Street U.S.A. and pass the window of the shop. Make sure to stop and wave "Hi!" the next time you're there. This Disney Parks Blog post gives a fun peek behind the scenes in the kitchen! It's especially fun to see seasonal treats popping in at the kitchen, right now you could see items made especially for the Disney100 Celebration. Maybe you'd like to watch how some treats are made, so you can give it a try in your own kitchen? 

    I hope this satisfies your craving for knowledge, Kyle! If you're still hungry for more information about the inner workings of Disney Parks then I highly recommend you watch some of the documentaries on Disney+ about the parks and resorts. "The Imagineering Story" is my personal favorite, with "Magic of Disney's Animal Kingdom" coming in at a very close second! They're the perfect way to get excited about your next visit to the parks!

    Keep moving forward!

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