Beignet fans-lookout! Disneyland now has a Sour Cherry version

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Sour Cherry Beignets

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Disneyland fans–we all know that no trip to the park is complete without a delicious beignet to top it off. And now, Disneyland has just premiered another version of the powdery sweet, a sour cherry beignet.

This all-new treat combines the iconic beignet pastry with the delicious addition of sour cherry filling and we want to order each and every one! Similar to the original version of the treat, it’s finished with powdered sugar and shaped like the mouse who started it all: Mickey Mouse!

The sour cherry beignets are available at Disneyland Park at the Mint Julep Bar in New Orleans Square in packs of 3 for $6 and 6 for $9.

This seasonal flavor puts the perfect spin on these beloved pillows of fried dough. And make sure not to miss out, as the sour cherry version of the beignet will only be around for a limited time.

For those who prefer the classic treat–don’t fret. The Mint Julep Bar also offers the original version of the Mickey-shaped beignets in packs of 3 for $4.99 and 6 for $8.49.

Mickey-shaped Beignets
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For those who want to try it all, the Mint Julep bar also allows guests the ability to purchase a mixed beignets 6-pack of both the original Mickey-shaped version and the seasonal sour cherry for $8.99.

Can’t wait to get your hands on one of these sweet seasonal treats at Disneyland? We suggest you contact our preferred travel agent partner Academy Travel! They can not only book you a trip to Disneyland but they can also offer you expert advice and a no-obligation quote on a dream vacation. Academy Travel provides their services at no extra cost to you and you can click here to get a no-obligation quote and discuss your vacation with a Vacation Planners at Academy Travel.

Will you be heading over to the Mint Julep Bar at Disneyland to try these all-new sour cherry beignets? Let us know in the comments below!

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