Disneyland Breakfast Options


Disneyland Breakfast Options brought to you by Guy Selga, coauthor of The Unofficial Guide to Disneyland 2016

When you’re at Disneyland, the morning park hours are critical for maximizing as many attractions as possible before wait times skyrocket around noon. Unfortunately will also need to find time to eat breakfast. There are some dreadful breakfast options at Disneyland Resort, but luckily there are others found throughout the resort that are delicious, quick, and won’t put a strain on your wallet.

  1. Brioche French Toast

This decadent breakfast is available at Flo’s V8 Cafe in Disney California Adventure. It’s made up of a thick brioche bread, and covered in salted caramel and banana slices. It resembles a dessert more than it does breakfast, but after your first bite you won’t care and will be thinking about ordering a second serving.
Disneyland Breakfast Options

  1. Breakfast Bagel Sandwich

Located at the underrated White Water Snacks in Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel, the Breakfast Bagel Sandwich is a tasty and filling breakfast that can be quickly obtained thanks to the sparse crowds that this location receives. It’s a good option if you plan on using the neighboring hotel guest exclusive entrance to DCA in the morning.

Disneyland Breakfast Options

  1. Breakfast Wrap

It may not look like much but the Breakfast Wrap is cheap, tastes great, and can be obtained from any of the three Starbucks locations in Disneyland Resort. It’s filled with Spinach, Feta and Egg Whites, and can easily be eaten on-the-go.

Disneyland Breakfast Options

  1. Assorted Jolly Holiday Bakery Treats

Jolly Holiday Bakery is perfect if you have a family with a wide range of tastes and need a quick bite to eat. Anything from muffins, croissants, eclairs, macaroons, and more can be found there with prices ranging $3 to $6. A selection of coffees and other drinks are also available.

Disneyland Breakfast Options

Guy Selga, Jr. is a Long Beach, California native that has spent thousands of days roaming around Disney theme parks. Guy’s main goal with all that exhaustive research is to help families get the most out of their Disney vacations. A passionate Disney fan, Guy is a blogger and researcher at TouringPlans.com.

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