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There's A Churro Scavenger Hunt At Disneyland!

As if we needed another reason to eat Disneyland churros, we can do it without really feeling guilty.

Consider this as your official invitation to eat as many churros as you can get your hands on!

I mean we are just trying to complete a challenge...

As part of Pixar Fest, Disneyland created a Churro Challenge and it's basically a scavenger hunt for desserts.

From now through June 8, Annual Passholders can pick up a $5 map at any of the participating churro carts. 

The map will guide you to four vendors throughout the park, where you're encouraged to order a specialty churro.

These are the limited edition churros that will be on your radar:

Coco Churro

Based on Pixar's newest movie, the chocolate Coco Churro is served with a Mexican-spiced chocolate dipping sauce. Find it at the Frontierland Churro Cart.

Kevin's Churro

Kevin's churro has a lemon sugar coating instead of cinnamon, plus crushed Fruity Pebbles. It's available at Town Square Churro Cart on Main Street.

Presto Rabbit Churro

New Orleans Square's Churro Cart is home to the Presto Rabbit Churro, aka a carrot cake confection that comes with cream cheese frosting dipping sauce.

Ants on a Log Churro

The churro cart in A Bug's Land has a churr that is basically a donut-iced stick that is covered in a Cocoa Krispies-like cereal.

For each churro you buy, you'll get a sticker on your map.

If you buy all four, you can bring it to the AP Corner in Paradise Gardens to redeem a Mike and Sulley-adorned pin congratulating you on completing the challenge.

If you're not an Annual Passholder, you can still participate in your own version of the churro challenge, you just won't get the pin at the end.

Are you going to do the churro challenge?

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