Mobile ordering has simplified the food ordering process at Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts. This allows guests to use their mobile devices to order food and arrive within a specific window of time to pick it up. Now, this offering is coming to candy kitchens at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts.
Mobile ordering at these candy kitchens will allow guests to satisfy their sweet tooth cravings and order candy apples, cupcakes, cookies, chocolate-covered marshmallows, and more! Already, mobile ordering is available at the four candy kitchens at the Disneyland Resort. In the coming month, they will also be offering the service at Walt Disney World Resort.
Disneyland Resort – Currently Available!
- Marceline’s Confectionery, located at Downtown Disney District
- Candy Palace and Candy Kitchen, located at Disneyland park
- Pooh Corner, located at Disneyland park
- Trolley Treats, located at Disney California Adventure park
Walt Disney World Resort
- Candy Cauldron, located at Disney Springs – available Sept. 14
- Karamell-Küche featuring Werther’s Original Caramel, located at EPCOT – available Sept. 16
- Zuri’s Sweets Shop, located at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park – available Sept. 21
- Goofy’s Candy Company, located at Disney Springs – available Sept. 23
Main Street Confectionery at Magic Kingdom at the Walt Disney World Resort will also be offering mobile ordering once it reopens from its ongoing refurbishment.
To mobile order, simply use either the Disneyland or My Disney Experience apps. In them, click “order food” and then pick a location to order the food. Once there, you can pick your arrival time, make your order, and then tell the location you are there at any point during your arrival window.
Discounts do apply when using the app Just make sure a valid Annual Pass, Magic Key, or Disney Vacation Club membership is connected with the app. Once this is done, discounts will be applied automatically.
Have you used mobile ordering yet? What did you think of it? What do you think about it being offered at the candy kitchen? Share your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!