How To Make Disneyland’s Famous Yule Log Cake – Plus A Full Guide To The Park’s Holiday Treats!

Tis’ the season for tasty treats! And what better place to dazzle your taste buds than at Disney California Adventure Park!

That’s why we talked to Chef Gracie Gomez about some of the special-edition desserts you can find at Disneyland’s Festival of Holidays.

Cinnamon roll apple strudel sundaes, crushed candy cane toppings for hand-dipped bars, cinnamon spiced, dark chocolate Ghirardelli and white chocolate Ghirardelli hot cocoa are just a few of the holiday treats the park has to offer.

If you’re love bread, you’re in luck! You can indulge with both candy cane and snowman-shaped bread and gulp it down with pumpkin pie smoothie, a blended peppermint Malibu mocha, or a warm Peppermint mocha.

Plus, Flo’s V8 Café in Cars Land boasts delicious, warm chocolate peppermint pie and a peppermint candy cane shake. And right next door, the Cozy Cone Motel is serving up red churros with crème anglaise and crushed candy cane topping.

Those with a major sweet tooth will want to try out the park’s new gingerbread funnel cake fries and praline cheesecakes with graham cracker crusts, layers of praline crunch and almond brittle.

For a complete list of Disneyland’s Holiday Treats, click here. And if you want to learn how to make the park-favorite Yule Log Cake, found at the Plaza Inn for the whole family to enjoy, watch the full segment below airing across the globe on California Life with Heather Dawson!