When it comes to dining at Disney, many people think of delicious options such as Dole Whips, churros, perfectly cooked steak, and the highly addictive popcorn and Mickey pretzels. However, there are also a number of odd dishes that manage to find their way onto the menu. For its 50th Anniversary, Walt Disney World offered the Squid’s Revenge Cocktail that came with an actual piece of octopus on top.
Disney World is not the only Resort that likes to get in on the weird food game. Disneyland Resort is offering a number of dishes that are sure to raise some eyebrows. A corn dog cart in Downtown Disney is currently offering a pickle corn dog, where a large dill pickle is hollowed out, stuffed with a hot dog, dunked in corn dog batter, and deep-fried. A seemingly odd combination, but it really works!
Now, in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, Disneyland Resort is adding another eyebrow raising option to their menu. And it comes in the form of a green corn dog. Yes, you read that right, a green corn. Found at Corn Dog Castle, there will be three green corn dog options at the location — the Original Corn Dog, the Hot Link Corn Dog, and the Cheddar Cheese Corn Dog. All three offerings will be the traditional flavors that Guests can’t get enough of, but the batter will be dyed green.
Justin.CredibleDisney shared a picture of the corn dog, which does not have the vibrant green color on the outside, all of that changes once you bite into it.
Original GREEN Corn Dog from Corn Dog Castle at DCA
• Coated with green corn dog batter and served with mandarin orange or small bag of chips
• Price: $9.79 (Magic Key Discount Available)
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According to Disney, the green corn dog will only be available today, So head down and get yours!
If you can’t make it down to Disneyland for the green corn dog, there are also two one-of-a-kind snacks that Guests visiting Disney California Adventure can dig into. For this year’s Food and Wine Festival, Disney is offering a PB&J Mac and Cheese and Frozen Guacamole. While the PB&J Mac and Cheese is interesting, it’s not exactly something we recommend. The Frozen Guacamole, on the other hand? Definitely give that a whirl.
The Frozen Guacamole and PB&J Mac and Cheese will only be available for the Food and Wine Festival. The Festival runs daily at California Adventure and will run through April 26.