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Heading on a Disney vacation and wondering about the best snacks in Disney World? As someone who has been to Disney over 100 times and has served as a planDisney panelist (all opinions are my own), I am an expert when it comes to the best Disney snacks.

Here’s the thing—Disney is more than a destination. It’s an experience, from the hotel to the transportation to the theme parks, shows, and parades, and, oh yes, the food—not just the main meals but all of the iconic and delicious Disney snacks.

As a seasoned planDisney panelist with over 100 Disney visits, I’ve uncovered the best snacks at Disney World, each offering a unique taste of the magic that Disney parks bring to life. Disney isn’t just a vacation destination—it’s a culinary adventure filled with memorable Disney snacks from every corner of the parks.

Indulging in these iconic snacks is not just a treat; it’s a practical way to enhance your experience and manage food costs. From the universally loved Mickey-shaped brownies to the unique “grey stuff,” these snacks are thematic marvels reflecting the creativity of the Walt Disney Company.

Navigating the variety of snacks across Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, Disney Springs, and Resorts can be daunting. To help, I’ve prepared a list of over 50 of the best snacks at Disney World, organized by location, to ensure you don’t miss out on any park-exclusive delights.

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Mickey-shaped brownies are one of the many delicious treats to enjoy at Disney. Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

What are the Best Snacks at Disney World?

Any Disney expert like myself knows a thing or too about Disney food. The Walt Disney Company knows how to bring their movie touches into the theme park via food. I mean, you can actually try the “grey stuff” yourself to see if YOU think it’s delicious!

However, some of these special Disney snack delights are iconic and unique to certain theme parks. I tell my family and friends that they can easily miss them if they don’t know what to look for, especially in theme parks like Magic Kingdom (as some of these snacks are offered only in select places).

So it’s wise to know about them before you go so you can plan ahead for your Disney vacation and leave room to satisfy that rumbly in your tumbly.

I compiled this list of the best Disney snacks to help you understand some of the best Disney treats and where to find them so you can plan your next vacation.

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Disney World snacks are beloved, and many people dress for the occasion!

Best Disney Snacks Found in All Parks

Delight in the array of snacks available across the whole Walt Disney World property, many of which can be enjoyed as part of the Disney Dining Plan.

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Mickey-shaped ice cream bars are a favorite of my kids! Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Iconic Mickey Treats:

  • Mickey Ice Cream Bar: These vanilla ice cream bars shaped like Mickey and covered with a chocolate shell are beloved by kids. The Mickey’s Premium Ice Cream Bar is a staple across all four parks and a delightful way to cool down.
  • Premium Ice Cream Cookie: This standard Disney World treat consists of vanilla ice cream pressed between two premium chocolate wafer cookies. Whether the ice cream bar or cookie is the best traditional sweet snack is often a family debate.
  • Mickey Soft Pretzel: Enjoy these soft pretzels shaped like Mickey, available with cheese or mustard sauces. They are perfect for snacking while exploring the parks or waiting in line for attractions.
  • Mickey Shaped Rice Krispie Treat: With decorations of Mickey-themed sprinkles or a chocolate dip, these are not just treats but a fun part of the Disney experience.

The nice thing is that these top snacks at Disney are found at snack stands throughout the park.

Mickey Shaped Rice Crispie Treats
Mickey-shaped, chocolate-dipped rice krispie treats are one of my favorite Disney World snacks.

Savory and Sweet Staples:

  • Disney Popcorn: Opt for classic or caramel-flavored popcorn available throughout the parks. The themed refillable popcorn buckets are a hit for their collectibility and value, offering budget-friendly refills of caramel or buttery goodness.
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Disney refillable popcorn buckets make great souvenirs! Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Unique Offerings:

  • Churros: A fan favorite, these can be found across all parks and are perfect for on-the-go snacking. For a special twist, try the Churro Ice Cream Sandwich at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
  • Giant Donuts: Available in various flavors, these are found at Joffrey’s Espresso & Pastries Kiosks throughout the parks. Whether during breakfast or as a midday treat, they’re a delight to share.
churros at Walt Disney World
Churros are one of the most popular Disney World snacks!

Special Treats:

  • Turkey Leg: Famous for its size and flavor, the turkey leg is a protein-packed snack available at select spots within the Magic Kingdom. It is detailed in guides like the best Disney World rides and the best Disney World rides for toddlers.
  • Funnel Cakes and Cookies: Enjoy classic funnel cakes or a cookies ‘n cream version, and don’t miss the carrot cake cookie with cream cheese frosting at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, as discussed in the comparison of Disneyland Castle vs. Disney World Castle.
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The giant donuts make a great snack or breakfast and can be found at various Joffrey coffee stands in all of the parks. Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

For more on celebrating special occasions like Easter at Disney or tips on visiting with toddlers, check out Celebrate Easter at Disney World and Disney World with a Toddler. Also, see what’s new in Walt Disney World this year.

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Cookies in Disney World are delicious and adorable!

Best Snacks in the Magic Kingdom

Stepping into Magic Kingdom, you’re greeted by the irresistible aroma of Main Street U.S.A.’s bakery, signaling a world of delightful snacks ahead. Here’s a curated list of must-try treats in Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park, sure to satisfy every palate:

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Dole Whip is a classic Disney treat and can be found in Magic Kingdom or at The Polynesian Resort!

Iconic Treats:

  • The Iconic Dole Whip: A classic Disney treat, the Dole Whip is a creamy, frozen pineapple delight available at Aloha Isle. This iconic snack is also a feature at other locations, including Disney’s Hilton Head Resort, but definitely a favorite treat at The Magic Kingdom.
  • Cinnamon Sugar Donut Holes: Perfect for satisfying your sweet tooth, these are available at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe and make the perfect snack with your coffee.

Unique Delights:

  • Cheshire Cat Tail: This whimsical treat is found near the teacups at Cheshire Cafe. It’s a flaky pastry filled with chocolate and drizzled with colorful icing.
  • Gaston’s Cinnamon Rolls: Enjoy a warm cinnamon roll from Gaston’s Tavern, a sweet and sizeable treat that’s perfect for sharing.
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The delicious Cheshire Cat Tail is a favorite treat you can find right near the teacups in Magic Kingdom Park. Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Refreshing Choices:

  • Orange Dole Whip: For a refreshing treat, try the Orange Dole Whip at Sunshine Tree Terrace in The Magic Kingdom, served in a charming Orange Bird souvenir sipper. It’s the perfect treat to cool down with on a hot day.
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The Giant Cinnamon Roll from Gaston’s Tavern in Magic Kingdom Park is as big as a barge! Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Savory Selections:

  • Corn Dog Nuggets and Hand-Dipped Corn Dogs: These are available at Casey’s Corner and Sleepy Hollow. They are a classic park snack beloved by guests of all ages. The corn dog nuggets are some of our favorite snacks at Walt Disney World.
  • Cheeseburger Spring Rolls: The Cheeseburger Spring Rolls are a popular snack found at the Spring Roll Cart in Adventureland. They offer a unique twist on a classic flavor and are perfect for a quick, savory bite. These Cheeseburger Spring Rolls are a personal family favorite for us and you can find some other treats in the area of the Spring Roll Cart.
Grey Stuff cupcake in Gaston's Tavern
Lumiere was right – the Grey Stuff cupcake IS delicious and can be found in Gaston’s Tavern in Magic Kingdom. Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Specialty Snacks:

  • Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich: At Sleepy Hollow Refreshments, indulge in a Belgian waffle filled with fresh fruit and chocolate hazelnut spread, a combination that promises to be as delicious as it is satisfying.
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A classic Disney treat!

For those planning their culinary adventures throughout Walt Disney World and looking for more tips on what to wear to ensure comfort during your adventure-packed day, check out the best shoes for Disney World here. They’ll keep you comfy while you taste all the Disney World Snacks in The Magic Kingdom.

These are some of the best Disney snacks, highlighting the culinary creativity at Magic Kingdom, making each visit a delicious journey through the park. Whether you’re craving something sweet, savory, or uniquely Disney, Magic Kingdom has something to offer everyone.

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Cheeseburger spring rolls are very popular snacks at Magic Kingdom! Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids
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A Nutella waffle is a delicious mid-day Magic Kingdom snack my kids love. Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Best Snacks in Epcot: A Culinary Tour Around the World Showcase

Now, we jump from The Magic Kingdom to Epcot, where we embark on a flavorful journey through Epcot’s World Showcase. Each pavilion offers distinctive snacks that capture the essence of its respective culture, which is why Epcot is one of my favorite places to try Disney World Snacks in the whole park.

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A good Mickey-shaped soft pretzel is a delicious afternoon pick me up!

Iconic Treats at Germany Pavilion

  • Soft Pretzel: Warm, chewy, and perfect with mustard or dipping sauce, the soft pretzel at the Germany Pavilion is a classic snack, ideally paired with a German beer. Found near the bustling Biergarten Restaurant, it’s a must-try for visitors.
  • Werther’s Caramel and Butter Bar: For a sweet treat, indulge in the rich, creamy delight of the Werther’s Caramel and Butter Bar, another favorite at the famous caramel shop at the Germany Pavilion.
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Swirled Showcase in EPCOT is one of our favorite places for a sweet treat snack. Photo credit: Bon Voyage With kids

Savory and Sweet Treats at Norway Pavilion

  • School Bread: This beloved Norwegian treat is a sweet roll filled with delicious custard or vanilla pudding and topped with coconut, found at Kringla Bakeri Og Cafe. The School Bread is a perfect example of a simple yet delightful snack that surprises many first-timers with its unique flavor.
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School bread is my husband’s favorite Disney snack. Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Delectable Delights at France Pavilion

  • Macaron Ice Cream Sandwich: Experience the luxurious taste of a Macaron Ice Cream Sandwich at L’Artisan des Glaces. Combining delicate French macarons with rich ice cream, this snack is a sophisticated treat for dessert lovers.
  • Full Baguette from Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie: For those seeking a more traditional snack, the full-sized baguette at Les Halles offers great value and the authentic taste of freshly baked French bread—ideal for sharing or enjoying with a selection of cheeses.
  • Brioche Ice Cream Sandwich at L’Artisan de Glaces: The ice cream sandwich just got an upgrade with ice cream sandwiched between buttery brioche. It’s one of my kid’s favorite treats.
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Definitely stop by Connection’s Cafe in EPCOT to see these unique treats being made! Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Refreshing Snacks at Japan Pavilion

  • Kakigōri with Sweet Milk Topping: At the Kabuki Cafe, enjoy Kakigōri, a shaved ice treat that’s both refreshing and sweet, topped with fruit syrup and a drizzle of sweet milk, making it a favorite during warm weather.
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Werther’s Caramel and Butter Bar at the Germany Pavilion is delicious!

A Tour of the Americas and More

  • Empanadas De Barbacoa at Mexico Pavilion: Discover the rich flavors of Mexico with barbacoa beef empanadas at Choza de Margarita, perfectly complemented by a selection of hand-crafted margaritas and beers.
  • Soft Serve Ice Cream from Swirled Showcase: For ice cream enthusiasts, the Swirled Showcase offers a rotating selection of soft serve flavors in a waffle cone, a delightful treat to enjoy while strolling through the park.
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Macarons are a delicious snack in Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie in EPCOT’s France Pavilion. Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Additional Unique Snacks

  • Tree Cake at Connections Cafe: Don’t miss the visually intriguing and tasty Tree Cake, a traditional treat that pairs wonderfully with a cup of coffee.
  • Moroccan Mosaic Cookie With Apricot Jam: Located in the Morocco pavilion, this beautifully crafted cookie is as delicious as it is photogenic. It features vibrant colors and sweet apricot jam.
  • The Funnel Cake: Throughout the year, Epcot has events like The Flower and Garden Festival that create new spins on the traditional funnel cake—think fresh fruit and sugar rolled all into one. This festival celebrates the iconic funnel cake with Funnel Cake Fridays, so if you find yourself in Epcot, then you must try the different options. You can also find a funnel cake everyone will love at The Stage Door Cafe in Frontierland.
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Japanese Tree Cake, Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Epcot’s World Showcase is a gastronomic delight, offering visitors a chance to taste their way around the globe without ever leaving Florida. From the hearty, savory options at the Germany Pavilion to the refined, sweet treats at the France Pavilion, there’s something to satisfy every palate.

Whether you’re a fan of savory snacks like the Cheeseburger Spring Rolls or have a sweet tooth that only School Bread can satisfy, Epcot provides a rich tapestry of culinary experiences that are as diverse as they are delicious.

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Mosaic Cookie with Apricot Jam in EPCOT’s Morocco Pavilion Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids
French Baguette in Les Halles Boulangerie and Patisserie in France Pavilion Epcot
The delicious French baguettes with jelly are a great mid-day snack at Disney and great value, too. Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Top Snacks at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Disney’s Animal Kingdom offers a variety of unique snacks that capture the spirit of adventure and global cuisine. Here’s where to find the best treats in the park:

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We love these adorable Simba cupcakes! Hakuna Matata!

Healthy Choices at Harambe Fruit Market

  • Fresh Fruit and Trail Mix: For a quick, healthy option, visit the Harambe Fruit Market, known for its fresh selection of fruits and trail mixes. This spot is ideal for a light snack to keep your energy up while exploring.
  • Grilled Corn on the Cob: Another favorite at the market, grilled corn is often seasoned with African spices, offering a flavorful twist to a simple savory snack. For those preferring less adventure, grilled corn is also available without the African spices.
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A Dole Whip float in a souvenir cup.

Dole Whip Pineapple Float 

You can also find the Dole Whip Pineapple Float at Tamu Tamu Eats & Refreshments. It’s the same delicious soft-serve ice cream found in Aloha Isle in Magic Kingdom; only you can get it as a float with Pineapple Juice. The alcoholic version gives you the option of Plantation Dark Rum or Parrot Bay Coconut Rum.

Creature Comforts’ Delights

  • Simba Cupcake: This delightful sweet snack, found at Creature Comforts, features a rich vanilla flavor, a white chocolate mousse filling, and sweet buttercream. It’s a must-try for any fan of The Lion King.
  • Churros: The Churros at the Nomad Lounge are to die for warm and crunchy sticks with a side of shill-strawberry dipping sauce and vanilla crema. The combination of the strawberry sauce and vanilla crema is out of this world.

Refreshing Treats

  • Simba Sunset & Dole Whip Pineapple Float: At Tamu Tamu Eats & Refreshments, enjoy the Simba Sunset, a Dole Whip enhanced with coconut and fruity syrups, or opt for the classic Dole Whip Pineapple Float, available with an optional splash of rum.

Savory Snacks

  • Buffalo Chicken Chips: For a more substantial savory snack, head to Trilo-Bites in Dinoland to try the Buffalo Chicken Chips. This dish features house-made corn chips topped with pulled buffalo chicken, veggies, blue cheese, and a creamy dressing.
  • Mr. Kamal’s Fries: These delicious fries come with savory seasonings and delicious dipping sauces. Not surprisingly, they can be found at Mr. Kamal’s in the Animal Kingdom, and the dipping sauces take them up a notch.

Exotic Sips

  • Night Blossom Drink: This vibrant, non-alcoholic drink at Pongu Pongu combines apple, desert pear, and passion fruit flavors, topped with boba balls. The Night Blossom is a refreshing choice after enjoying the rides in Pandora – The World of Avatar.

Unique Finds

  • Pongu Lumpia: Also at Pongu Pongu, don’t miss the Pongu Lumpia, a pineapple cream cheese spring roll that offers a sweet and creamy filling wrapped in a crispy shell. It’s a distinctive snack that perfectly captures the innovative spirit of Animal Kingdom’s culinary offerings.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom offers thrilling attractions and a diverse range of snacks that enhance the theme park experience. From healthy bites at the fruit market to indulgent desserts and inventive drinks, there’s something to satisfy every craving in this lush park.

Best Snacks at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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Main Street popcorn is a fan favorite for the best Disney World snacks – especially the caramel popcorn! You can find these at all of the parks, including Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Lunch Box Tarts at Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land

Dive into nostalgia with the delightful Lunch Box Tarts at Woody’s Lunch Box. Available in Raspberry, Chocolate Hazelnut, and Lemon-Blueberry, these pop-tart-inspired treats are a must-try in Toy Story Land. Pair them with the Totchos—tater tots loaded with ground beef, chili, corn chips, shredded cheese, queso, and sour cream for a hearty and flavorful meal.

I have to admit, the Totchos are some of my favorite things to eat at Walt Disney World because of the shredded cheese, chili, and creamy sour cream.

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The Wookie Cookie is delicious and a favorite of my kids! Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Wookiee Oatmeal Cookie Sandwich at Backlot Express

Celebrate the enduring legacy of Star Wars with the Wookiee Oatmeal Cookie Sandwich. It features creamy filling sandwiched between two oatmeal cookies and topped with a chocolate piece styled after Chewbacca’s bandolier. This treat combines the comfort of oatmeal cookies with the excitement of the Star Wars universe.

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The Green and Blue Milks are a delicious treat in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge.

Blue Milk and Green Milk at the Milk Stand

Experience the exotic flavors of Blue Milk and Green Milk at Galaxy’s Edge. These smoothie-like beverages are crafted from coconut and rice milk, with Blue Milk featuring hints of dragon fruit, pineapple, lime, and watermelon, while Green Milk offers a citrusy blend of orange, passion fruit, grapefruit, and orange blossom. Refreshing and unique, these drinks are perfect for cooling off.

Candy Corn Shake at Hollywood Scoops Ice Cream

Indulge in the seasonal Candy Corn Shake, a festive blend of candy corn and vanilla ice cream topped with whipped cream, a vanilla cake donut, candy corn, and sprinkles. It’s a celebratory treat that’s as visually appealing as it is delicious.

Blue Grains popcorn in Star Wars Galaxy's Edge in Hollywood Studios
The Blue Grains are a delicious Disney World Snack at Hollywood Studios.

Buttered Blue Grains Popcorn at Kat Saka’s Kettle

Try the Buttered Blue Grains Popcorn for a twist on a classic snack. This blue-colored popcorn is available in a souvenir droid vessel, making it a fun and portable snack option while exploring Hollywood Studios.

Rising Moon overnight oats at Star Wars Galaxy's Edge
Rising Moon Overnight Nights are a healthier and delicious Disney World snack.

Rising Moons Overnight Oats at Ronto Roasters

For a healthier snack option, the Rising Moons Overnight Oats offer a beautiful and nutritious choice. Served at Ronto Roasters, this snack pairs perfectly with black coffee for a revitalizing start to your morning.

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Num Num Cookies are ooey, gooey, and big enough to share! Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Num Num Cookie at Neighborhood Bakery

Don’t miss the Num Num Cookie, a massive, gooey, warm chocolate chip cookie served in a cupcake wrapper. Known as Jack Jack’s Num Nums, this warm treat is perfect for those with a sweet tooth looking for a substantial snack.

Carrot Cake Whoopie Pie at Trolley Car Café

Enjoy the delicious fusion of carrot cake and whoopie pie in one with the Carrot Cake Whoopie Pie. This delightful combination is available at Trolley Car Café and is ideal for sharing during a mid-day break.

Ronto Wrap at Ronto Roasters

The Ronto Wrap offers a savory delight of grilled sausage and roasted pork, complemented by tangy slaw and peppercorn sauce. It’s a filling and flavorful snack that’s become a favorite among visitors to Galaxy’s Edge in Hollywood Studios. You can’t go wrong with that combination of roasted pork and grilled pork sausage.

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The Orb Soda Bottles in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge are regular sodas but in these adorable bottles.

Orb Soda Bottles

For a fun addition, grab an Orb Soda in Galaxy’s Edge. These traditional sodas come in unique, collectible bottles, adding a special touch to your beverage choice in this immersive part of the park.

Each of these snacks at Disney’s Hollywood Studios not only satisfies hunger but also enhances your theme park experience with unique flavors and memorable themes. Whether you’re enjoying a treat inspired by Toy Story or Star Wars or indulging in classic park flavors, there’s something for everyone at Hollywood Studios.

Best Snacks at Disney Springs

When looking for snacks on your Disney trip, you don’t have to limit yourself to just the four theme parks. Magic Kingdom isn’t the only place to get Dole Whips or yummy nachos! There are even food trucks at Disney Springs!

Our family loves these amazing snacks at Disney Springs.

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Yes, you CAN get cupcakes on demand at Disney Springs!

Cupcake from the Cupcake ATM 

Yes, there IS such a thing as a cupcake ATM – now that’s MY kind of Disney magic! You can’t leave Disney without experiencing the cookie and sprinkles cupcake dispensing machine at Sprinkles in Disney Springs. You’ll find a variety of flavors, from carrot cake cupcakes and dark chocolate cupcakes to red velvet cupcakes and many others.

Dole Whip Nachos 

You may be wondering how you can use such a sweet treat in nachos; well, it’s a delicious snack for sure. It’s a bowl of waffle cone chips topped with Mango Boba Pearls, Dole Soft Serve, fresh pineapple, whipped cream, sprinkles, and strawberry sauce. Look for this soft-serve treat at Marketplace Snacks.

4 Rivers Cantina Barbacoa Food Truck

If you are looking for a delicious grabl and go Disney snack in Disney Springs, this food truck is well worth a stop. Our family loves their delicious Taco Cone or Street Tacos. They are perfect hand helds to walk around while enjoying all that Disney Springs has to offer, and they are also perfect as a snack to share or a light meal.

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You can customize churros with your favorite flavors at Sunshine Churros in Disney Springs. Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Sunshine Churros

Disney Churros are iconic and a fan favorite. But our family has a soft spot for Sunshine Churros in Disney Springs because you can customize your churros with flavors of your choice. I am a super fan of the salted caramel flavor, but the flavors run the gamut from apple pie to fruity pebbles! Now, that adds quite a twist to a churro snack!

Poutine from The Daily Poutine

If you are visiting Disney Springs, a delicious poutine dish from The Daily Poutine is one of our favorite mid-day snacks. This classic Canadian dish of hot, fresh-cut French fries with toppings like gravy, cheese curds, or other flavors (I recommend the buffalo chicken one) makes a great light meal or Disney snack.

Goofy’s Lab

If you want a unique treat, construct your own Disney snack by choosing a caramel apple, marshmallow, or Rice Krispie treat and covering it with your choice of chocolate.

Other Must-Try Snacks On Disney Property

Disney offers a diverse array of unique and delightful snacks across its various resorts and parks. Here’s where to find some of the standout treats:

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One of our favorite treats is this family-sized Ice Cream bucket (yes, that is a shovel for a spoon) at one of the waterparks.

Refreshing Treats at Waterparks

  • Sand Pail Ice Cream Bucket: Enjoy a literal bucket of ice cream, complete with toppings and whipped cream, at Disney’s Blizzard Beach or Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Waterparks. It’s the perfect way to cool down and indulge.

Classic French Delight

  • Disney Beignets: Sample Mickey Mouse-shaped beignets dusted with powdered sugar at Scat Cat’s Club in Port Orleans French Quarter. These fluffy treats are served with a dipping sauce, enhancing the already delightful powdered sugar coating.

Homestyle Favorites

  • Hoop Dee Doo Cornbread: Enjoy freshly baked cornbread served with a generous portion of butter at the Hoop Dee Doo Musical Revue in Fort Wilderness—a comforting treat during a lively show.
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Mickey-shaped cinnamon rolls make a great breakfast or snack. Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Decadent Bakery Treats

  • Cinnamon Roll With Cream Cheese Frosting: This delicious warm cinnamon roll from The BoardWalk Bakery at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn Resort is topped with rich cream cheese frosting, balancing sweet and tangy flavors perfectly.
  • Mickey Mouse Brownie: Also at The BoardWalk Bakery, this chocolate brownie adorned with Mickey Mouse ears and chocolate frosting is a must for chocolate lovers.

Unique Dessert Innovations

  • Ohana Bread Pudding: Available at Kona Cafe at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, this pineapple bread topped with ice cream and banana caramel sauce is a tropical delight.
  • Pretzel Bread Pudding: Found at Sommerfest in the German Pavilion at Epcot, this sweet and salty bread pudding drizzled with caramel and vanilla sauce is a crowd-pleaser.
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One of my favorite treats are the chocolote covered rice krispy treats!

Exotic Ice Cream Treats

  • Hei Hei Cone and Montunui Island Twist: These beautifully crafted ice cream treats, featuring lime Dole whip and traditional Dole whip flavors, are available at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park, offering a refreshing escape from the heat.

Gourmet and International Flavors

  • Zebra Domes: A luxurious treat of Amarula Cream liquor mousse covered in white chocolate, available at Kidani Village’s Johari Treasures or BOMA at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge.
  • Tie-Dye Cheesecake: A vibrant cheesecake on a red velvet crust, available at Disney’s Pop Century Resort, is as visually striking as it is delicious.
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The Hei Hei Cone and Montonui Island Twist are fresh and delicious treats at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park.

Outdoor-Themed Snacks

  • Campfire Cupcake: A rich chocolate cupcake with marshmallow icing and cookie crumbles, available at Roaring Fork at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, perfect for those who love the great outdoors.
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The caramel and chocolate apples are a favorite Disney snack. Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Nostalgic and Novelty Options

  • Candied Apple: Explore a variety of candy apples at the Candy Cauldron in Disney Springs, each decadently covered in white chocolate, caramel, and more.
  • Hot Dog with Beef and Bean Chili: A favorite at Casey’s Corner on Main Street, USA, this hot dog is topped with Walt Disney’s beloved beef and bean chili and optional cheese sauce, making for a hearty meal or snack.
  • Seven Dwarf’s Ice Cream Cone: This soft-serve ice cream treat is decorated with a white chocolate medallion and little buckle, featuring an image of the dwarf being featured at the time. If you’re getting soft-serve ice cream anyway, this is a cute option to try at Storybook Treats.
  • The Plaza Ice Cream Parlor: This charming shop serves ice cream in a variety of flavors, including caramel sauce and hot fudge.

Show-Stopping Sundaes

  • Kitchen Sink Sundae: For those with a serious sweet tooth, the Kitchen Sink Sundae at Beaches and Cream at the Beaches Resort includes every conceivable topping for an unforgettable ice cream experience.

Disney’s snack options are as varied as its attractions, offering something delightful for every palate, from classic comfort foods to exotic new treats.

Whether you’re exploring the waterparks, enjoying a show, or simply strolling through the resorts, these snacks are sure to enhance your Disney experience.

Best Toddler Snacks at disney

One of the things I love about Disney is that they have great toddler-friendly snacks to keep the littlest mousketeers happy! Here are some of our family’s favorites:

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I love these take-along Treat Packs with Mickey-shaped snacks, which are perfect for nibbling at the theme parks.

Chip and Dale Snack Pretzels – thinner Mickey Mouse-shaped Pretzels in a bag – Select grocery stores and locations in Disney World

Minnie’s Sweets Graham Cookies – graham cookies shaped like Minnie Mouse – Select stores and Walt Disney World Parks

Minnies Sweets Graham Cookies at Walt Disney World Snacks
We love these mini Minnie Graham cracker Disney snacks for toddlers.

Mickey Mouse Goldfish – The famous cheese crackers shaped like Mickey Mouse by Pepperidge Farm are sold in select stores everywhere and are some of the best Disney Snacks for young kids.

Chip and Dale Snack Mix – crunchy spicy snack mix with Mickey Mouse pretzels, sesame sticks, almonds, cashews, and more – sold in select stores

Seasonal Snacks At Disney World

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Ginger Bread Cookies at Disney World are delicious! Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

If you are visiting Disney World at any season, be it Easter, Halloween, or during the holidays, you will see some extra special snacks on display. If there is one thing Disney foodies love, it’s Disney’s seasonal snacks and they definitely make the best Disney snacks list.

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Definitely keep an eye out for seasonal treats when you visit Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

From seasonal cupcakes to uniquely themed macarons to Disney gingerbread cookies (which are the best in the world, in my opinion), if you are visiting Disney during the holidays, check out their foodie guides. It will tell you what is special for that holiday at the Disney parks.

You will find seasonal drinks as well, especially during EPCOT’s International Food and Wine Festival. From a pickle milkshake to specialty margaritas to delicious hot chocolates and everything in between, do check the seasonal menus when visiting Walt Disney World for the best snacks to enjoy.

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Disney seasonal snacks are fun and delicious! Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids


Disney Dining Plans have now returned! They are available for purchase for Guests of Disney World Resort Hotels.


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Use your snack credit on the Disney Meal Plan for fresh popped popcorn throughout the parks. Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

How much are snacks at Disney?

Walt Disney World offers a wide variety of snacks, and they range from around $3.50 to $12.00.

  • A box of popcorn is about $5.25
  • A crispy churro is $4.50
  • A bottle of water is $3.50
  • Bottled soda costs around $4.50
  • A Mickey Mouse Premium Ice Cream Bar costs around $5.69

But with the return of the Disney Dining Plans, you can check to see which Disney snacks are included. Looking to save money on meals? Snacking our way through the parks instead of dedicated meals actually saves us money.

Disney snacks in Disney store at Walt Disney World
You can grab and go your favorite Disney snacks in the shops on the property and throughout the theme parks.

What are the must-eats at Disney World? What food sold at Disney World is the most popular? What is Disney’s most famous food?

It’s hard to say what is the most popular treat at Disney because it tends to be a very personal decision. But I would say Dole Whip, Churros, popcorn, and Mickey Pretzels tend to be the most popular treats and foods sold at Disney parks. I would also add the school bread in the Norway pavilion is also quite popular!

dole whip on mobile order at Disney
Did you know, you can actually use Mobile Ordering on the My Disney Experience app to order your favorite snack at Disney World?

What snacks are on the Disney Dining Plan?

Disney Dining Plan snack credits cover:

  • Bottled water
  • Bottled juice
  • Caramel apples
  • Box of popcorn
  • Ice cream novelty items
  • Frozen fruit bar
  • Joffrey’s or Starbucks coffee or tea
  • Cookies, brownies, and other similar baked items
  • Snack-sized bags of chips
  • Fudge
  • Mickey Mouse Rice Krispie Treats
  • Bottled soft drinks
  • Flavored or plain milk
  • Fruit

With such a wide variety of great foods available at Walt Disney World, here are some of the foods you don’t want to miss:

  • Dole Whip from Aloha Isle in Magic Kingdom
  • Pineapple Upside Down Cake at Aloha Isle in Magic Kingdom (This Upside Down Cake is so amazing!)
  • Churros at Sunshine Churros
  • Hand-scooped ice cream from Plaza Ice Cream Parlour
  • Mickey Pretzel
  • Mickey Rice Krispie Treat
  • Chocolate croissant
  • Tonga Toast from Kona Cafe
  • Peanut Butter and Jelly Milkshake from 50’s Prime Time Cafe
  • Smores from 50’s Prime Time Cafe
  • Gaston’s tavern cinnamon roll
  • Sticky Toffee Pudding at Rose and Crown Dining Room
  • Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup from Le Cellier
  • Grand Marnier Slush from Les Vins de Chefs de France in the France Pavilion – This France Pavilion location also has tarte au chocolate, imported French wines, and delicious crème brûlée.
  • Night Blossom Slush from Pongu Pongu
  • Mickey-eared caramel apple
  • Citrus Swirl from Sunshine Tree Terrace
  • Blue Glow-tini from Disney Resort Lounges
  • The Kitchen Sink from Beaches & Cream
  • Hollywood Studios Ronto Wrap ( A delicious pita bread wrap with roasted pork, grilled sausage, tangy slaw, and peppercorn sauce
  • Kamal’s Seasoned Fries (These seasoned fries have a spicy cajun seasoning, and you can get amazing dipping sauces like Korean Chili Ketchup and curried honey mustard.) Kamal’s in Disney’s Animal Kingdom Asia is the only place to get these seasoned fries.)
  • Mickey Beignets from Sassagoula Floatworks & Food Company
  • Peanut Butter Pie from Contemp Cafe
  • Carrot Cake Cookie
  • Chocolate lovers don’t want to miss the Chocolate Ganache At Tiffins in the Animal Kingdom. Tiffins is the fanciest restaurant in the Animal Kingdom, and it has some really neat artifacts to look at.
  • Yak and Yeti is another Animal Kingdom favorite if you like Asian cuisine. It has a yummy mini-mango pie that many people love.
  • Cheeseburger Steam Pods with ground beef, ketchup, mustard, cheese, and pickles at Satu’li Canteen in the Animal Kingdom

What Food Should I Bring To Disney World? Can I Bring Snacks To Disney?

You are allowed to bring your own snacks, sandwiches, food, and non-alcoholic drinks into the Disney parks. But there are a few rules. They can’t be in glass containers, contain a pungent odor, or need heating, reheating, refrigeration, or any type of temperature control.

Remember, too, that you will be walking a lot, so bring lightweight snacks. If you don’t want to purchase snacks during your visit, things like granola bars, bags of nuts and seeds, trail mix, etc., are probably good.

Final Thoughts on the Best Snacks in Disney World

Now you know the best snacks at Disney and where you can find them. As I like to say, Disney is an experience, not just a destination. And that experience includes trying their delicious snacks.

The Walt Disney Company brings their movies and magic alive, even in their food. There are truly some unique sweet or savory snacks that you can only get at Disney Parks that are a treat for the eyes and the taste buds! 

My family and I have lots of favorite Disney treats (especially the Mickey Pretzel) that we look for every time we go to Disney World. I hope you find your family’s go-to favorite snacks, too. 

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  1. My son has a shirt we bought at DS that says, “I’m just here for the snacks” and its so true!!!!! We always go for the originals, the mickey bars, pretzels and popcorn for DAYZ but need to try some of this other wonderful treats! although the turkey legs kinda freak me out…

  2. This was an incredibly thorough post! There are so many of these Disney snacks that we have not tried yet! Often times we ‘snack’ our way around the parks instead of doing sit-down meals 🙂

    1. Thank you, Jen. I love how beautiful the snacks are too! If you are going to snack your way through somewhere, Disney is a great place to do it!

  3. I had no idea there were so many creative and delicious-looking snacks at Disney! The churros look the best to me, though I’d take any of these in a heartbeat…

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