Hand-Pulled Candy Canes at Disneyland Resort

From the Disney Parks Blog and written by: Alex Dunlap

It just isn’t the holiday season at Disneyland Resort without the famous hand-pulled candy canes that start to appear in windows of the Candy Palace and Trolley Treats every November. The talented Disneyland Resort Candy Makers always look forward getting out their gloves out and making these delicious peppermint sweets. From start to finish, they work to create these colorful candy canes from scratch – from mixing the ingredients and hand-pulling the candy to rolling, twisting and wrapping up the final products.

Pouring the Candy Canes at Disneyland Resort

Shaping the Candy Canes at Disneyland Resort Hand-pulling the Candy Canes at Disneyland Resort

This tradition dates back to 1968, making this year the 49th anniversary of these incredible candy canes. Each year, guests flock to the Disneyland Resort to get in on the hand-crafted sweetness. These candy canes measure a whopping 18 inches long. If you’re looking to try them yourself, then look no further, because you’ll be able to purchase these delightful treats starting November 24.

Rolling the Candy Canes at Disneyland Resort Placing Candy Canes at Disneyland Resort

Placing Candy Canes at Disneyland Resort

You’ll find delicious hand-pulled candy canes at the following locations:

Candy Palace: Nov. 25, 29; Dec. 1, 4, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 24
Trolley Treats: Nov. 25, 28; Dec. 2, 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, 16, 19, 21, 25

A limited number of candy canes will be available for each release. Available while supplies last. Wristbands will be distributed accordingly at park opening. Wristbands are limited, available while supplies last. Limit ONE (1) wristband per guest. Wristband entitles bearer to purchase ONE (1) candy cane at designated location. Wristband must be shown at time of purchase. Information subject to restrictions and change without notice, including but not limited to release dates, prices, etc. No discounts apply. No exchanges or refunds.

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