We cruised through the Elysian Arcade to get a snack. We weren't sure if we were going to go to Clarabelle's or Trolley Treats when we first went in. We have already been to Clarabelle's before but never Trolley Treats.
The smells inside the Elysian Arcade were very enticing, I don't know how anyone walks through here and doesn't buy something to eat, that's true will power if you can. The caramel apples were catching my eye.
They had a lot of treats that looked SO good, I could have spent a fortune here in two minutes.
I let Jeremy pick which treat we choose to eat, I really, really wanted him to pick an apple!!
Look at all the pretty apples, they have marshmallows for ears!
Jeremy's eyes stopped on the white one, the "Apple Pie" apple! I have to admit, that one looked the best to me too.
With so many cute treats to choose from it was hard for him to decide, he's only six years old!
YAH! We went with the "Apple Pie" flavor and it was "Made Fresh with Magic!"
While I was there I was taking pictures of the cool decor. Above the Candy Makers door is pretty glass with lollipops in different colors with swirls.
I love to find the pretty little details inside places like these.
The place is pretty big inside, there are a lot of treats to choose from, this is just the counter.
There is a whole other part to this store where you will find a ton of different candies to choose from.
There was a Matterhorn Candy Mountain.
Here are the candy makers, you can see the door I was showing you pictures of in the corner there. This is where the real magic happens, behind the scenes with the culinary artists.
There is also an entrance to Trolley Treats outside off Buena Vista Street.
We ate our caramel apple outside to because the Five & Dime Jazz band was on their way soon.
These are almost too pretty to eat, don't you think?
The Apple Pie caramel apple is covered in white chocolate and has a pie crust bottom with marshmallow ears. It's dipped in caramel, then white chocolate and then the bottom is dipped in pie crust (or at least, that's how it appeared to be layered when we ate it).
Three of shared the one apple but I think Jeremy thinks he got jipped!
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