Disneyland is the happiest place on earth, without a doubt. You get to meet your favorite characters, ride some fun rides, and eat some ridiculously delicious food. This isn't your standard theme park fare. Yes, there are still hot dogs, hamburgers, and french fries, but Disneyland has a great variety of eats to nosh on.

You've heard of the Dole Whip and corn dogs, but there are some hidden gems just waiting for you to eat. This is a list of eats I think need a little more love.

Is your stomach ready? If so, scroll to experience the most underrated eats at Disneyland.

1. Character Caramel Apple

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Madeleine Mason

Oh my goodness, why does no one talk about the character apples at Disney? They're delicious, and totally Instagram-worthy. They start out as your standard caramel apple, but are then drizzled in chocolate, and decorated with sprinkles and marshmallows and other candies to look like your favorite Disney characters.

When Finding Dory came out, there were Dory and Nemo apples available to munch on. During the Halloween season, you can snatch a poisoned apple or a Disney villain.

2. Pickle

I love me a good pickle. And you know which place has some solid pickles? Disneyland. If your stomach isn't up for some sugary treats, pick up a pickle. Plus, you'll look like the coolest kid around as you walk around Main Street with your snack.

3. Tea

Okay, hear me out before you comment angry things. Disney sells tea specific to their parks, and you can't get it anywhere else. They have a variety of flavors, like chamomile and earl grey, but my favorite is the "Mad Tea Party" blend. It's a black tea with peach and ginger, and it's so freaking good. It's a nice little souvenir to take home with you after your Disneyland adventure.

4. Cinnamon Crisps

If you pop into Rancho del Zolcalo (which is a great place to eat, by the way. It's tucked away in Frontierland, and not many people know about it), you can get some delicious cinnamon crisps. They're tossed in cinnamon and sugar, and are the perfect treat to share. Or eat by yourself. Whatever floats your boat. But, be sure to buy extra bags because they're very addicting.   

5. The Mickey Loaf

Oh boy, oh boy. If you love carbs as much as I do, then you will love this. In California Adventure, there's a Boudin Bakery. You can buy some seriously delicious food there (clam chowder in a bread bowl, anyone?), along with Boudin's famous bread. But, there's one standout loaf here that is a very special treat. It's a loaf of sourdough bread shaped like Mickey Mouse.

I dare you to find any other place that sells such handcrafted beauty. I dare you. This piece of art has the delicious taste and texture of Boudin's famous sourdough bread, but also has the shape of Mickey Mouse. It's almost too beautiful to eat. Almost.

Now you're prepared for the next time you venture out to SoCal. You can show all your friends these delicious goodies and give them the proper love they deserve. Do your part and help these treats trend on social media. Make sourdough Mickey proud.