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Disneyland Has A Churro Marshmallow Wand Dipped In Caramel And It Looks Magical

Yum! We can't wait to try these!

I have a confession to make. As a fan of Disney theme parks for years now, my love for visiting them has evolved since I was a kid. Sure, I love the classic attractions like “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “It’s a Small World.” And seeing Mickey Mouse is still a must-do for me whenever I visit. However, like many adults, I’ve discovered a different way to appreciate my time in the parks: with food!

Disney has found another way to tap into our nostalgia for our younger days with amazing snacks like churros. These sugary, cinnamon pastry sticks would be fine enough presented in their original form. But that’s not good enough for Disney! The chefs there have given us everything from “Star Wars” Lightsaber Churros to a Glittery Pineapple Churro.

The creative minds in the Disney kitchen aren’t resting on the sweet success of the past, though. Say hello to Disneyland’s newest confectionary creation, the Churro Marshmallow Wand:

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Brand new at the Parks this weekend is the Churro Marshmallow Wand! It’s caramel covered marshmallows dipped white chocolate with a cinnamon sugar coating. I think they’re delicious, just know they are super sweet! Find them at the bakeries around the Parks! Anyone try them this weekend? So many fun treats to try right now!! #disneyhungry @disneyland #disneymom #disneymoms #dsmc #disneysmc #disneyblogger #disneyinfluencer #disneyeats #holidaysbeginhere #christmas #christmastime #disneylandchristmas #disneychristmas #churromarshmallowwand #disneytreats . . . #disneyland #disneylandresort #disneygram #instadisney #instadisneyland #happiestplaceonearth #disneymagic #mickeymouse #california #travel #dca #dlr #igdisney #disneyig

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Sharp-eyed Disney foodies such as Jenny, who runs the disneyhungry Instagram account, have found the Churro Marshmallow Wand at Marceline’s Confectionery, Pooh’s Corner, Trolley Treats and the Candy Palace.

And while it may not exactly be a churro at its core, the flavor will immediately lead your tastebuds to make that churro connection. First, the folks at Disney take three marshmallows and put them on a stick. Next, Disney food artists dip the marshmallow sticks in caramel, followed by a coating of white chocolate. And for the final layer of yumminess, the coated sticks are rolled in pieces of churro toffee.

I didn’t even know there was such a thing before, but now I’m craving it!

The Marshmallow Churro Stick costs $5 and may just be the perfect snack to carry on the go during a busy day in the park. Tempted?