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Disney's California Adventure Park Is Debuting Pixar's Incredibles-Themed Desserts

Calling all cookie monsters!

Get ready to delight and dig deeply into what’s bound to be the world’s most delicious dessert to be had – an overly sized Incredibles themed chocolate chip cookie that is making a much-deserved debut at Disney California Adventure Park during the launch of Pixar Pier.

Via: Joshua Sudock/Disneyland Resort

The much-awaited grand opening of the themed land featuring multitudes of storylines and caricatures from the animation studio’s more than vast array of films is exciting all in itself.

Add to that the introduction of “new shops, restaurants, entertainment, play areas and meet-and-greets to Disney California Adventure’s waterfront expanse along with two re-conceived attractions,” as Travel + Leisure reports, and you’ve got yourself the ultimate place of perfection.

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Along with a load of must-book reservations such as dinner at Lamplight Lounge, a new table service restaurant replacing Ariel’s Grotto, there will also be tons of clever and totally Instagram-worthy food booths awaiting hungry guests along the Toy Story Boardwark.

Via Pam Kragen/San Diego Union-Tribune

From Pixar-themed parfaits and lemon-y soft-serves courtesy of Adorable Snowman, to Señor Buzz Churros and Angry Dogs -- two fiercely different versions of mildly spicy hotdogs inspired by the flaming emotions seen throughout “Inside Out” -- theme park guests will likely find themselves taking in long wait times not just for the rides, but for the fantastically drool-worthy foods as well.

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What’s really got everyone buzzing and braving those lines, however, are the soft n’chocolate-y new "Incredibles"-themed cookies that have already reached “cult status.”

Jack-Jack's Cookie Num Num.

Via Disneyland Resort

Baked on the spot with care and to ultimate perfection, these new warm, gooey, deep-dished and outrageously oversized six-dollar cookies found near the Incredicoaster exit feature brown butter and hearty chocolate chunks that easily rival any of the Anaheim parks’ past pastry selections.

The not-so-run-of-the-mill sweet treats also cater to fans with dietary restrictions by featuring multiple options from traditional chocolate chip and shortbread to jam-filled and gluten-friendly. There are even pitchers upon pitchers of strawberry, vanilla almond, and, of course, chocolate milk available to dunk the yummy suckers fearlessly in.

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Via Joshua Sudock /Disneyland Resort

Let’s just say that Jack-Jack's Cookie Num Num is a must-see, must experience, and must-try on anyone’s next trip to the California Adventure park.

Come hungry, leave happy!

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