As you walk along Pixar Pier at Disney California Adventure, you’ll see big attractions like The Incredicoaster and the Pixar Pal-A-Round. But it’s what you’ll smell that will draw you in. The sweet scent of a warm chocolate chip cookie will bring you to Jack-Jack Cookie Num Nums to get a namesake treat. These oversized gooey chocolate chip cookies pay homage to the Pixar movie The Incredibles and can easily be shared between two people because they are so sweet.
Is it really summer if you don't spend at least one day at an amusement park? While it's the thrilling rides and fun attractions that might bring you to the gates, it's the theme park food that will have you fueled up and ready to go all day long. Luckily, gone are the days when amusement parks only served chicken strips, hot dogs, and burgers. Now some parks are hiring executive chefs that can bring a new spin to old favorites (looking at you, pizza tots at Universal’s Islands of Adventure)! While you may think the hot shot parks like Disneyland and Dollywood are the only destination-worthy parks for food, don’t think about discounting regional parks like Six Flags Magic Mountain and Knott’s Berry Farm in your foodie road trip. These spots have some of the best snacks and treats in the game.