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    Ordering Disney park holiday treats

    I was just watching the Food Network special last night with Guy Fieri, where he went to WDW with his family, and was showing viewers all the amazing holiday treats. Does anyone know if there is a way to order the non-perishable holiday treats like the specialty candy canes and baked goods, and have them shipped to my home location? As much as I would love to just be there at the parks right now and taste these treats myself, I can't afford it, so I thought it would be an awesome perk to get to order these treats either online or by calling the stores at the parks directly!! Please let me know :-)

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    Re: Ordering Disney park holiday treats

    After running through Disney's online store it appears as though you cannot order food through the mail, at least not that I could find. However, you can always call Disney and see if they can take an order over the phone and ship it. It might be hard though, not really knowing what you want (since you can't shop online to see what they have).

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    Re: Ordering Disney park holiday treats

    FYI - He was at the Disneyland Resort, that show was taped during December of 08.

    No food items of any sort can be shipped by either WDW or DLR

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    Re: Ordering Disney park holiday treats

    Thanks for the info! Haha, yeah Guy Fieri was at Disneyland, I don't know why I said WDW :-) Well I could always just watch the Food Network special again, take notes on the items I like, and give it a try by calling the Main Street Bakery at WDW, since it's the closest park to where I live. It's too bad though that it's not really a definite possibility.

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    Re: Ordering Disney park holiday treats

    Another idea is to take note of the things you like, and then make them yourself. You can get cookie cutters, etc in the shape of Mickey heads. You could use those to make your own Mickey shaped Rice Krispy treats, and even dip them in chocolate like they do at the resort. That's just one example.

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    Re: Ordering Disney park holiday treats

    Thanks Figment Fan! Yeah I think I will definitely get some ideas and start baking, Disney style!! :-)

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    Re: Ordering Disney park holiday treats

    I just read this posting and thought it might answer some of your questions!



    Disneyland’s fresh candy canes return Friday


    http://ocresort.freedomblogging.com/files/2008/12/candycanelede.jpgThe 35-year tradition of making fresh candy canes is set to return Friday to Disneyland.
    Disneyland guests often line up for the chance to buy a limited number of the newly made sweets. Others crowd around the windows to watch teams of candy makers stretch the liquid-like sugar into hook shapes.
    The canes are in such high demand that Disneyland workers plan to hand out tickets on a first-come, first-served basis so guests can return at fixed times to buy a maximum of two canes each, said John McClintock, a Disneyland Resort spokesman. There will be a stand-by line in case guests with tickets don’t come back.
    Canes cost $9.95 each.
    Makers usually create up to 135 canes, prepared in three batches, in a day at the Candy Palace and Candy Kitchen on Main Street U.S.A. Each cane is wrapped in bubble wrap.
    The canes are about the length of a forearm.
    Disneyland-goers can find out when candy canes are being made by calling a special phone number, updated each Sunday with information about what kind of candy is being made each day that week. The Candy Kitchen Menu line is 714-781-0112.
    Last edited by NeverNeverland; 12-08-2009 at 08:52 AM. Reason: hotlinked photo removed and post edted for content


    May you be surrounded by your pals this holiday season!

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    Re: Ordering Disney park holiday treats

    I bought a couple of the candy canes in 07 when we were there, I don't have the heart to eat them! They are beautiful and I use them for decorations.

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    Re: Ordering Disney park holiday treats

    Wow, thanks so much LuckyJack65 for the very detailed candy cane info!!!

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    Re: Ordering Disney park holiday treats

    Quote Originally Posted by Jacky B View Post
    No food items of any sort can be shipped by either WDW or DLR
    This means to your home or to your resort, by the way.
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    Re: Ordering Disney park holiday treats

    Our family has friends who live in the DL area, and on occasion I have called them to pick up something from the park and ship it to our home.

    I forgot to mention that the parks cannot ship food products, sorry!


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    Re: Ordering Disney park holiday treats

    Looks like your only option would be if you know someone who's going to WDW or DL to give them some money and ask them to bring the treats you want back for you.

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