One of the most fun treats to eat on your Disney vacation is Disneyland beignets. They’re pillowy, sweet, and oh so delicious.
There are a few restaurants in the Disneyland Resort where you can find beignets. You can get them in Disneyland and Downtown Disney, but unfortunately there aren’t any served in Disney California Adventure Park.
These little desserts are super iconic and classic to Disney theme parks, especially the Mickey shaped beignets!
Walt Disney Company sells them at Disneyland, Disneyland Paris, and Disney World. Unfortunately, you can’t get them on Disney Cruise line or in the Disney World parks like Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios, but there is a place to get them at Disney World.
There are also not any Disney dining character dining options that serve beignets. You may find them at the food and wine festival depending on the year.
What Is A Beignet?
A beignet is a French pastry, kind of like a doughnut or a fritter. They’re more airy and light though.
The recipe for this food is made from a yeast dough. They are deep fried and topped with powdered sugar.
These little treats originated in New Orleans and are often seen at Mardi Gras. You’ll feel like Tiana from The Princess And The Frog when you dive into these.
If you’ve never tried one, then you have to next time you’re at Disneyland! Read on to find out where to get them.
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Where To Get Disneyland Beignets
Luckily, there are a few places to get this Disney food in Disneyland!
Mint Julep Bar
One of the places to get beignets in the Disneyland theme park is at Mint Julep Bar in New Orleans Square.
If you’re wondering where to get Mickey beignets at Disneyland, then this is the place to get them. Aren’t they just the cutest little Mickey dessert?
You can get a 3 pack or a 6 pack of Mickey shaped beignets topped with powdered sugar. You can also enjoy drinks here including a non-alcoholic New Orleans Mint Julep.
They also have seasonal beignet flavors here, like maple. Sometimes they have peppermint during the holiday season in November and December.
There can be a bit of a wait here and you can’t do mobile orders, so my tips are to get there early, but still prepare to wait a bit. If you aren’t up for waiting, then head to one of the other restaurants. They aren’t quite as busy.
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Royal Street Veranda
This restaurant is located in New Orleans Square in Disneyland park.
Beignets are pretty new to Royal Street Veranda. It’s so exciting to have Mickey shaped beignets served at more restaurants now!
Royal Street Veranda does mobile orders, which I highly recommend doing.
We did a mobile order here on our last trip and it was super easy to do. The beignets were made fresh and had lots of powdered sugar just like we wanted.
They are served in a paper bag which makes them easy to eat on the go or take them to another area of the park to eat.
We put the bag in our stroller and headed over near Matterhorn to wait for the parade. Our kids loved eating Mickey beignets while waiting for the parade to start!
You can get powdered sugar dusted Mickey-shaped beignets in a 3 pack for $4.99.
They are served at breakfast, lunch, and dinner while supplies last.
At breakfast they also serve an assortment of drinks including their New Orleans Mint Julep.
For lunch and dinner you can also get Soup In A Sourdough Bread Bowl, Vegetable Gumbo In A Sourdough Bread Bowl, and Uncrustables sandwiches for kids. I absolutely love the Vegetable Gumbo!
Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen
Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen is located in Downtown Disney. The beignets they serve are not Mickey beignets, but they’re still delicious.
An order comes with 5 beignets that are topped with powdered sugar. Or you can get the maple bacon glazed beignets. They are served with butter pecan ice cream and a marshmallow drizzle.
Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen Express
This quick service restaurant is also located in Downtown Disney. They have a few different options for beignets here.
You can get maple pecan pie glazed beignets or original beignets. The original ones come with 4, 6, or 10 beignets per order.
It’s so nice that there are places inside Disneyland and Downtown Disney to get this delectable treat.
They are no longer served at the French Market Restaurant though since that is being redone.
Unfortunately, you cannot get allergy friendly and vegan beignets at Disneyland like you can at Port Orleans French Quarter (A Disney World Resort in Walt Disney World, near Port Orleans Riverside).
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