While it sits among the Halloween offerings, this was no horror story. Let’s move in for a bite!
The outside is coated the normal churro sugar as well as an orange pumpkin sugar, which helped to give the treat a subtle flavor.
Overall, the pumpkin flavor wasn’t too prominent, and we wished there was a little bit more.
The sugar is held to the toffee by a vanilla frosting which compliments both the churro and pumpkin flavors.
The toffee was good, as usual. It was soft and easy to bite into while still having a firm snap.
All in all, it’s a nice blend of textures between the toffee, sugar and frosting. Even though it seemed slightly thinner than normal, this is a fun twist on a classic Disneyland treat.
The toffee sells for $6.49 at Marceline’s Confectionery, but if you want to try this, fly like a bat to the Disneyland Resort, because it’s only available through Saturday, October 31st. If you prefer your flavors to be slightly spookier, check out the creepy flavors at Salt & Straw, including one featuring chocolate-covered crickets!