Disneyland is known for its creative spin on delicious treats. From Minnie Mouse macarons to a glittery pineapple churro with marshmallow dipping sauce, the snacks you can find at the iconic California theme park are nothing short of magical.
One of the park’s latest culinary creations elevates the traditional doughnut to new heights by making it look just like the house from “Up.” You remember the house from the tear-jerker movie, right? The grieving, elderly Carl Frederickson attaches thousands of helium balloons to his old house to lift him away on the long-awaited adventure he and his beloved wife always wanted to enjoy.
Now, Disneyland guests can get their hands on “Up” doughnuts near the entrance of the Sleeping Beauty castle for a limited time.
Of course, it wouldn’t be a Disney treat if it wasn’t also picture-perfect, right? Instagrammers seem to love capturing the magic of this sweet delight.
The “Up” doughnut is a large, rectangular yeast variety covered with a sky-blue vanilla frosting. The house medallion is crafted from white chocolate. But the best part of this donut is the balloons! Not only are they fun and colorful, but they are made of candy-coated, crunchy chocolate pieces (similar to M&Ms).
Honestly, this doughnut almost looks to pretty to eat, and according to reports on social media, people are snatching them up like crazy. The doughnut cart often runs out for periods of time during the day. So, the best time to grab one is first thing in the morning.
The “Up” doughnut is just one of many exclusive treats on offer at this summer’s Pixar Fest where Disneyland celebrates its Pixar films with parades, shows and food. Not a bad way to spend the summer!