What Adorable Snacks Should Tokyo Disney Create?
Here at TDRExplorer we love to dream. Especially about what we would bring to the parks, if we were in charge. Japan is known for its sweets (and sometimes outrageous combinations of flavours) and the snacks at Tokyo Disney Resort reflect this perfectly. As many readers may (or may not) know, I am a huge fan of snacking at the parks. This is no different when I am out and about in Tokyo (or other parts of Japan). Which got me thinking – what snacks would I bring to Tokyo Disney Resort if I had a say in it?
Just had a s’more in Shibuya. OLC needs to take note and make this a thing at the parks! pic.twitter.com/K8GfG21mun
— TDR Explorer (@tdrexplorer) January 23, 2016
Delicious roasted marshmallow squished between two graham crackers and Hershey’s chocolate. My mouth is watering just thinking about it.
Recently, a pop up shop appeared in Shibuya, Tokyo selling their version of a s’more by Dominique Ansel. Naturally I had to give it a try and it was satisfying (except for the ¥800 price tag). This snack could fit perfectly in the new restaurant opening in Westernland at Tokyo Disneyland later this year.
French Fries & Chocolate Sauce
While not Disney related. Wanted to share that I’m having the fries with chocolate sauce at @McDonaldsJapan! pic.twitter.com/G84jcUm5NS — TDR Explorer (@tdrexplorer) January 30, 2016
McDonald’s Japan is always coming up with crazy and downright insane flavour combinations. Their most recent combination is taking chocolate sauce and using it as a topping, called the McChoco Potato. I recently gave it a try and I must say, the saltiness and sweet flavours just work. This could work in Cape Cod over at Tokyo DisneySea. Since they already created a milk chocolate popcorn and Cape Cod Cook-off serves french fries, this is not too far off.
Now that you are all good and hungry (or think I am absolutely insane), what snacks would you bring to the resort if you had the power to? Let us know in the comments!
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