If you’re looking for Disney Snacks look no further! As one of the biggest parts of any great Disney Vacation hunting down the Best Disney Snacks is just as important as riding the Best Disney Rides and meeting your favorite Disney Characters. But, with so many choices, how can you possibly choose where your Disney Budget is best spent? Here are the Best Snacks at Walt Disney World, which you can find across all four Disney Parks and Disney Springs.
Best Snacks at Disney World Found Everywhere
There is no shortage of Snacks at Disney World. And luckily, some snacks can be found in all the Disney Parks. And even sometimes at the Resorts and Disney Springs too. If you’re looking for the basic Disney Snacks that can really add more Disney to your vacation, these are the ones to watch.
Disney Popcorn from the Popcorn Carts
Walt Disney’s favorite treat, Popcorn, can be found across all the parks. With loads of buttery goodness, popcorn at Disney even comes with a discounted refill option, just $2.25, with the purchase of Disney Collectible Popcorn Bucket. While there are so many different popcorn bucket designs, and seasonal popcorn buckets too, you’ll be hard pressed to find a reason not to buy one! Typically around $13 for a popcorn, if you choose to go without the bucket, the typical price is about $6. Keeping it as one of the Cheapest Snacks at Disney World.
Mickey Ice Cream Bars at Carts Everywhere
One of the mainstay snacks at Disney World are the Mickey Ice Cream Bars. These iconic treats are chocolate coated Mickey shaped vanilla ice cream bars. Pre-packaged, these treats can also be found at Resort Gift Shops across Walt Disney World. No trip is complete without a Mickey Bar.
Mickey Shaped Rice Krispie Treats
Another classic Mickey shaped snack can be found at many of the gift shops featuring a pastry case. Typically on a stick and half coated in Chocolate and Sprinkles, the Mickey Rice Krispie Treat is perfect for kids, and a lot less complicated to eat than the Mickey Caramel Apples. Though those are also delicious!
Featuring new Disney World Cupcakes for every season, the pastry cases across the parks, resorts and Disney Springs, always have beautiful cupcakes worth trying! We best like Creature Comforts at Animal Kingdom, Sprinkles in Disney Springs and Big Top Souvenirs in Magic Kingdom for the best Cupcakes at Disney World.
Best Snacks at Magic Kingdom
Magic Kingdom Snacks are some of the best. If you’re looking for just a few tried and true favorites, scroll the post. If you want the complete list of great treats at Magic Kingdom, check out our Best Magic Kingdom Snacks post, for all the ones we’ve rounded up so far.
Mickey Shaped Pretzels at the Lunching Pad Magic Kingdom
Mickey Shaped Snacks can be found all over the parks! But at Lunching Pad you have options. Sometimes you can grab the Cream Cheese Filled Pretzel, or the Cinnamon and Sugar Pretzel, or even the Jalapeño Pretzel. All are delicious, perfect for sharing and can hold you over until your next meal.
Gaston’s Cinnamon Roll-Gaston’s Tavern at Magic Kingdom
Nothing says cozy like Gaston’s Cinnamon Roll in Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom. This staple Disney Snack is all about luscious cream cheese icing, layers of warm dough, and cinnamon swirl. Definitely an indulgence this is a great snack if you’re traveling to Walt Disney World in the colder months. Wanna try this recipe yourself? Check out the Gaston’s Cinnamon Roll Recipe to make at home!
Spring Rolls at the Adventureland Spring Roll Cart Magic Kingdom
There is nothing like the Spring Rolls at Magic Kingdom. You can grab these at the Jungle Cruise cart in Adventureland. While the flavors change throughout the year, we’ve had the cheeseburger, veggie, and pizza so far! These are great and a staple on our non-dessert Disney Snack list.
Cheshire Cat Tail at Cheshire Cafe Magic Kingdom
Currently found at Cosmic Rays, the Cheshire Cat Tail is a chocolate-filled pastry with pink and purple icing stripes. Light, flaky and sweet this is one of the BEST Snacks at Magic Kingdom and one we love to have with coffee as a second breakfast.
Ice Cream Cones at Storybook Treats Magic Kingdom
Storybook Treats in Magic Kingdom offers Ice Cream Cones themed to Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, the Disney Princesses, and more. In the past we tried so many, and love them all! Definitely worth grabbing if you’re in the mood for ice cream!
Pepper Jack Pretzel at Cheshire Cafe Fantasyland
Found at Cheshire Cafe, this pretzel is stuffed with pepper jack cheese and jalapeno peppers. Intermittently available, but it’s worth the search!
Giant Turkey Leg at The Liberty Square Market
Here’s one for all you meat eaters out there. This savory snack features tons of turkey meat on a turkey leg, wrapped in paper. As one the most popular Disney World Food choices for a quick bit to eat, you can also find these at a variety of carts around the park! While this could definitely double as a lunch, you can also just use it a savory Disney snack between meals.
Dole Whip Orange Cup Sunshine Tree Terrace
Grab this orange ( or strawberry) dole whip cup over at Sunshine Tree Terrace. A departure from the Pineapple variations of Dole Whip at Aloha Isle, this one is just as delicious!
Kakamora Float at Aloha Isle in Magic Kingdom
This fun float at Aloha Isle combines coconut soft-serve, pineapple juice, and blue curacao syrup. Topped with a chocolate Kakamora cake pop you’ll feel like your beachside in the Polynesian Tropics somewhere.
Dole Whip Aloha Isle Magic Kingdom
Dole Whip is by far one of the Best Disney Snacks. Pineapple soft-serve you can have on its own or in a float with extra pineapple juice. Both are delicious and exactly what you ( and we!) need on a hot day in Magic Kingdom. Light, refreshing, and budget-friendly, Dole whip will always be on our Best Snacks at Magic Kingdom list. Plus it’s famous the world over! You can even visit the Dole Plantation in Oahu, Hawaii on your next visit to Disney’s Aulani Resort.
The Grey Stuff at Gaston’s Tavern Magic Kingdom
By far one of the most popular Disney Snacks at Magic Kingdom, the Grey Stuff at Gaston’s Tavern, is delicious! With a little cupcake base and grey stuff cookies and cream mousse swirled on top, this treat sometimes has pearls, or a chocolate piece to bring things to the next level! You can also sometimes grab it for dessert at the Be Our Guest Restaurant. If you haven’t tried this Snack at Disney World, we recommend you do!
Ice Cream Sundae at Plaza Ice Cream Parlor and Restaurant
If you’re looking for deluxe Ice Cream at Magic Kingdom, just head to the Plaza Restaurant for a slew of amazing flavor combinations, and classic Ice Cream treats. Pick your flavors, toppings and extra spoons for sharing.
Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich at Sleepy Hollow Magic Kingdom
Okay, we’ll be honest. Any waffle sandwich from Sleepy Hollow will do. There’s a chicken one we love, and sometimes seasonal variations; but no matter what they’re always good. This Nutella Waffle Sandwich at Sleepy Hollow though is always top of our Best Disney Snacks at Magic Kingdom list. It’s a light and fluffy waffle that fills the plate is smothered in Nutella, and covered in blueberries, strawberries, and bananas. And yes, this can double as a lunch!
Goofy Glaciers at Big Top Souvenirs Magic Kingdom
One of our favorite kid-friendly drinks at Walt Disney World is Goofy Glaciers from Big Top Souvenirs in the Dumbo area of Magic Kingdom. These slushy drinks come in fun flavors like raspberry, blueberry, strawberry, PLUS you can request they swirl two flavors! This just makes this such a super fun drink to grab any ‘ol time you’re feeling the heat at Walt Disney World.
Loaded Buffalo Chicken Tots at Friars Nook Magic Kingdom
This non dessert snack at Disney World is a MUST Have if you’re looking for something filling, and unique! Including tater tots, blue cheese crumbles, buffalo chicken and shredded cheese there is alot to love with this Disney World snack
Corn Dog Nuggets at Casey’s Corner Magic Kingdom
Found on Main Street USA, Caseys Corner is a hot dog join featuring one of our favorite kid-friendly drinks at Disney World, the Mint Julep! But you can also get one of the best grab and go snacks at Magic Kingdom here. The Corn dog Nuggets are classic Disney street food, that is shareable and budget friendly! You can grab the tangy mustard, ketchup or cheese sauce for dipping, and stroll while you snack to your next Disney ride.
Le Fou’s Brew at Gaston’s Tavern Magic Kingdom
This frozen apple drink is topped with a toasted marshmallow and passionfruit mango foam. If you like the Butterbeer at Wizarding World, then you’ll like this too. It’s refreshing and sweet, and perfect to get you through the long Disney days.
Best Snacks at Animal Kingdom
Animal Kingdom Snacks are some of the best. If you’re looking for just a few tried and true favorites, scroll the post. If you want the complete list of great treats at Animal Kingdom, check out our Best Animal Kingdom Snacks post, for all the ones we’ve rounded up so far.
Buffalo Chicken Chips at Trilo Bites Cart Animal Kingdom
A staple on our Best Snacks at Animal Kingdom post, these have freshly fried potato chips as a base and are considered a major treat to be shared by at least two people! Prepare to get messy. These will, however, definitely hold you over until your next meal.
Night Blossom at Pongu Pongu Animal Kingdom
Found in Pandora at the quick-serve window near the gift shop, the Night Blossom drink is Pandora’s signature beverage. This frozen drink is a mixture of limeade with apple and desert pear flavors topped with passion fruit boba balls! And if you want an alcoholic version, they have that too!
Pineapple Crisp Sundae at Tamu Tamu Animal Kingdom
Loaded Mac and Cheese at Eight Spoon Cafe Animal Kingdom
This diamond in the rough snack place at Disney’s Animal Kingdom features luscious macaroni and cheese topped with pulled pork, or plain. As one of the Savory Snacks at Disney World, it’s one of our favorites!
Mr. Kamal’s Seasoned Fries at Mr. Kamal’s Snack Cart Animal Kingdom
These fries at Mr. Kamal’s are served up with a spicy mayo, curried honey mustard and Korean chili sauces. Be sure to try them all. This Disney Snack is messy, but its delectable if you’re looking for a salty snack at Disney World to keep your energy up!
Colossal Cinnamon Roll at Creature Comforts Animal Kingdom
If you’re in Animal Kingdom and looking for something more substantial than just a quick breakfast sandwich, then head to Kusafiri Bakery or Creature Comforts for the Colossal Cinnamon Roll. This plate-sized cinnamon roll is in no way supposed to be eaten by a single person, but we won’t stop you! Frankly, there are days when the Disney crowds, screaming kiddies, and sweltering are too much to take. And on those days- you may just find us somewhere eating this Disney snack in all its ooey-gooey glory.
Pongu Lumpia at Pongu Pongu Animal Kingdom
Found in Pandora World of Avatar, this Disney Snack is a spring roll filled with pineapple and cream cheese. Sweet and tangy, this little treat can keep you full until your next meal. You get two of these little rolls, but it’s not necessarily big enough to share. So be sure to get enough for everyone!
Fried Rice at Yak and Yeti Animal Kingdom
One of the most underrated snacks at Disney World is the Fried Rice at Yak and Yeti. In a classic to go container, this little savory snack is perfect if you’re fending off some hunger. With loads of seasoning and textures, the little treat is perfect as an addition to a to-go lunch, or a snack between meals.
Churros at Nomad Lounge Animal Kingdom
If you’re looking for authentic churros at Disney, you can get them freshly made with house dipping sauces at Nomad Lounge! Settle in on the balcony alongside the Discovery River and watch the Disney Character Cavalcades go by, while you snack. This sweet and sugary treat is perfect for some pillowy goodness you can’t get anywhere else.
Frozen Chai at Royal Anandapur Tea Company Animal Kingdom
We love our fancy drinks at Disney World, and being experts when it comes to Coffee at Disney World, we chose to give this chai a try and were delighted! Flavorful, and slushy, it’s one of the best kid-friendly drinks at Disney World, and even better if you’re just looking for something a little sweet, spiced and perfect for hot Florida days.
Best Snacks at EPCOT
EPCOT Snacks at Walt Disney World are some of the best. If you’re looking for just a few tried and true favorites, scroll the post. If you want the complete list of great treats at EPCOT, check out our Best EPCOT Snacks post, for all the ones we’ve rounded up so far.
Pretzel Bread Pudding at Sommerfest Germany
Found in the Germany area in World Showcase, this pretzel bread pudding is covered in caramel and sweet icing and makes the perfect cozy treat, you would expect to find in Germany.
Liege Waffle at Connections Cafe World Celebration
This is fantastic and is a Danish Brioche pastry waffle, covered in whipped cream, strawberries, and chocolate drizzle.
Black Forest Baumkuchen Connections Cafe
This tree cake is 15 layers of cake and chocolate, rolled with a hole in the middle and then cut into a slice. This is served at Connections, with whipped cream. Or can be bought as a boxed treat to take home. Either way, be sure to watch it being made through the glass at the Connections Cafe!
Croissant Donut with Cinnamon and Sugar at Connections Cafe
A classic this croissant donut can now be found at Connections Cafe and Eatery. A staple when you’re looking for something sweet, easy, and portable.
Macaron Ice Cream Sandwich at L’Artisan des Glaces France
We love macarons on their own but add ice cream on a theme and we’re there! If you’re looking for something light and decadent, that still satisfies that sweet tooth, then grab a macaron Ice Cream Sandwich in France at EPCOT. The L’Artisan des Glaces shop has ice creams in different flavors and often seasonal treats as well! Definitely worth the stop!
Kakigori at Kabuki Café Japan
If you’re ready for a gorgeous Disney Snack grab a Kaki-Gori. This treat combines shaved ice with fruit flavor syrups! Perfect for hot days you can grab this at the Japan kiosk in Epcot’s World Showcase. As a delectable and light treat, Kaki-Gori is sometimes made with milk, or a milk alternative to give it that light ice cream flavor. Also delicious if you’re looking for something to hold you over, but isn’t too heavy. Definitely one of the best snacks at EPCOT.
Funnel Cake at the American Pavilion
Go back in time with a nostalgic plate of Funnel Cake! These cinnamon and sugar swirls of dough are often topped with fruits, chocolate, and candy. During the EPCOT festivals you can get even more specialty varieties throughout the year. Either way, we love this treat for some classic fair food vibes. One of the best snacks at Disney World to share.
Werther’s Caramel Popcorn at Karamell-Kuche Germany
On our EPCOT day during any vacation grabbing a bag of freshly made caramel popcorn from Karamell- Kuche is one of our favorite Disney Trip traditions. Be sure to grab a bag of this caramel popcorn at Disney World at the beginning of your Disney Vacation. So that you can enjoy this Disney Snack in the evenings back at your resort throughout your vacation. However, we’ll share a word of caution here. While these are amazingly fresh if you plan to bring them back home to the family- grab the already bagged variety, as they will “keep” better than the freshly covered kernels.
American Dream at Fife and Drum America
One of the first Disney Snacks we ever tried was the American Dream at Fife and Drum. It was then that we knew we’d be writing up our New Snacks at Walt Disney World post because it was soooo good, we just wanted to tell everyone about it! The American Dream is swirled strawberry and raspberry slush ( usually made with Fanta) and vanilla soft serve. It’s seriously like every Fourth of July party you ever went to as a child. Luscious, sweet, not too heavy. Perfect for any hot day at Walt Disney World.
School Bread at Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe Norway
This classic Norwegian Bread is a sweet dough roll, filled with vanilla custard and topped with toasted coconut. By far one of the must have Disney Snacks at Disney World, this one is subtle enough for kids to like, and complex enough for the grown ups too. Grab the Viking coffee ( we like it iced) to go with it!
Poutine at the Refreshment Port World Showcase Plaza
A staple at EPCOT, you can find a variety of poutine dishes at the Refreshment Port. Some even get a makeover for different festivals throughout the year. This Disney Snack features crispy french fries, topped with gravy and cheese curds. Though we’ve also had other varieties; one variation for the Food and Wine Festival was sweet potato fries with marshmallow topping. You can also grab poutine at Disney Springs.
Best Snacks at Hollywood Studios
Hollywood Studios Snacks offers a unique variety of flavors. From pop tarts to blue milk, you can find loads of unique treats at Hollywood Studios. If you’re looking for just a few tried and true favorites, scroll the post. If you want the complete list of great treats at Hollywood Studios, check out our Best Hollywood Studios Snacks post, for all the ones we’ve rounded up so far.
Homemade Lunch Box Tarts at Woody’s Lunch Box | Hollywood Studios
By far one of the best Disney Snacks, the Lunch Box Tart is a wonderful grab and go treat for a day in the parks. This is a soft dough cookie filled with preserves, creams, and all sorts of yummy things. The flavors of the Lunchbox Tart at Disney changes throughout the year depending on the season. But, there is a Raspberry Lunch Box Tart ALWAYS on the menu. This lunchbox tart features Raspberry Marmalade in a pastry dough, coated in a Strawberry Fondant and Crispy Pearls. Yum!
Galaxy’s Edge Black Caf Cold Brew at Kat Saka’s Kettle
This Cocoa Puff Coffee at Hollywood Studios Galaxy’s Edge is such fun if you love chocolate, cold brew and cocoa puffs! Drizzled with cream, this luscious coffee drink is another one we just had to make at home! Check out our Disney Black Caf Cold Brew Recipe for how to make it on your own!
Giant Pretzel and Beer Cheese at Baseline Taphouse
One of the best Snacks at Hollywood Studios this Giant Pretzel is fresh and doughy. Perfect for sharing and dipping in mustard or beer cheese! Grab a specialty soda or drink while you’re here! You can get this at Baseline Taphouse at the corner of Commissary Lane and Grand Avenue.
Carrot Cake Cookie at Trolley Car Café Hollywood Studios
Ahhh, the Carrot Cake Cookie at Hollywood Studios may sound like a healthy treat in disguise, but trust us, it’s not. This cookie is GIANT and easily shared. It’s two spiced carrot cake slices with cream frosting in the middle. Now, you’ll have to be discerning about which carrot cake cookie you choose from the case at Trolley Car Cafe, because not all of them have a ton of frosting. Which may or may not be good news to you.
Wookie Cookie at Backlot Express Hollywood Studios
This Chewbacca cookie comes with a cult following. It’s two oatmeal cookies filled with whoopie-pie filling. Yum! And the top cookie is decorated with a chocolate belt from our favorite rebel Wookie- Chewbacca. If you’re looking for something, not chocolate or too filling, this is a sweet treat to sink your teeth into.
Butterfinger Cupcake at Trolley Car Cafe | Hollywood Studios
So, the Butterfinger Cupcake at Hollywood Studios is totally WORTH the HYPE! While only intermittently available, this is worth finding! This chocolate cupcake is filled with Butterfinger and chocolate, then frosted, and then covered in Butterfingers again. The ultimate in chocolate decadence, this dessert totally warrants a sit-down break with a dark coffee and like 30 minutes. Because it’s totally worth savoring. You can find this one at the Starbucks in Hollywood Studios.
Jack Jack Num Num Cookie at The Market Hollywood Studios
This deep-dish chocolate chip cookie should be eaten with a spoon for full effect and will remind you of home-baked cookies from your childhood. One of the Best Disney Snacks if you’re looking for something familiar and happy to add to your day. Grab the Jack-Jack Cookie at Hollywood Studios. Found at the The Market just before you enter Toy Story Land.
POG Gelato at Muppets Courtyard Hollywood Studios
One of our favorite drinks at Disney is POG. We’ve done a POG Copycat Recipe, and POG Popsicles for this blog we love it so much. Who know that Pineapple, Orange and Guava could make such an impression. As such, it’s no surprise that we would absolutely LOVE the POG Gelato at Hollywood Studios. Highly recommended for the hottest days at Disney World.
Outpost Popcorn from Milk Stand at Galaxy’s Edge Hollywood Studios
Disney Snacks and Popcorn go hand in hand. And this popcorn mix features a colorful array of popcorn, flavored with a bit of sweet, salty and spice. Perfect for popcorn lovers, and anyone looking for a great grab and go snack at Disney World.
Cream Cheese Pretzel at the Rockin Rollercoaster Stand Hollywood Studios
This tried and true Disney Snack is at Hollywood Studios near Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway. This is a cream-cheese stuffed Mickey pretzel and has previously popped up in many places across Disney Parks. If this is a favorite snack at Disney or you just want to see what the fuss is about, these sell out daily. Usually by 5 pm. So grab them while they’re available. You can also get this one at the Lunching Pad in Magic Kingdom!
Churros at Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway Cart Hollywood Studios
Churros at Disney are a tradition for many! And at Hollywood Studio, Churros come in classic and specialty flavors to try. If you’re a churro fanatic you can even head to Disney Springs where they have a whole food truck. And we also love the mini churros at Nomad’s Lounge in Animal Kingdom. This fried dough tube covered in cinnamon and sugar is usually just what you need to hold out until your next meal.
Ronto Wrap at Ronto’s Roasters Galaxy’s Edge Hollywood Studios
The Ronto Wrap shows up in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge in both Walt Disney World and Disneyland and is our go-to snack when we don’t have time for breakfast or lunch. This delicious pita is filled with Roasted Pork, Grilled Pork Sausage, Peppercorn Sauce, and Tangy Slaw. We also love the breakfast version with Egg! Definitely able to be substituted for lunch, this is one Disney Snack that has made our Non-Dessert Disney Snack list for good reason!
Hollywood Scoops Milkshake and Sundae at Hollywood Scoops Hollywood Studios
You can grab a variety of seasonal milkshakes throughout the year at Hollywood Scoops! From peppermint, to chocolate to caramel and more, if you’re looking for a larger than life sundae or milkshake you can get it here. Classic sundaes includes hot fudge, and brownie, and are always big enough to share before your next ride!
Totchos at Woodys Lunch Box Hollywood Studios
One of the mainstays at Disney World are Totchos. This tator to bowl of goodness includes layers of cheese, ground beef, chili, tomatoes, corn chips and green onions. As a whole meal in a little bowl, this treat hits the spot and is great to hold you over until your next meal. You can also grab a bowl at Totchos at Friars Nook in Magic Kingdom!
Best Snacks at Disney Resorts
Served at both table service and Disney Quick Service Resort Restaurants, the best snacks are often found first at Disney Resorts. From seasonal snacks at counters and carts to the Best Desserts at Walt Disney World. The Disney Resorts usually have them all!
Ohana Bread Pudding at The Polynesian Resort
If you need a reason to venture out of the parks, going to the Ohana Restaurant at The Polynesian Resort is well worth your while. Home of the famous Ohana Bread Pudding, this delectable treat is a soft bread with bananas, rum, sugars, and cream. Definitely a Disney Must-do on all of our lists, This is one of the Best Snacks at Walt Disney World.
Zebra Domes at Animal Kingdom Lodge Resort
If you’re looking for something light, with a little kick, then try one of the most Grownup Snacks at Walt Disney World- Zebra Domes. You can find these at Boma restaurant at Animal Kingdom Lodge, The Mara, and in Kidani Village’s Johari Treasures. This treat is a white chocolate-covered Amarula Cream Liquor mousse and vanilla cake, coated with chocolate drizzle and chocolate chips.
Monorail S’more Brownie | Contempo Cafe Contemporary
This treat is a fudgy brownie with a graham cracker crust topped with marshmallow crème and chocolate décor.
Beignets at Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory Port Orleans French Quarter
We LOVE beignets! Like really love them. If you want to make them at home, we have a Disney Beignet Recipe for that. But, if you’re at Walt Disney World and need a break, head to the Port Orleans French Quarter Resort. You can get there by ferry from Disney Springs, or by bus. These beignets are made fresh daily, covered in powdered sugar, and a pillow of soft dough that you can even get with dipping sauce. If you have not had these yet, make the trip! They are a staple Disney Snack. We also love them at the Scat Cats Lounge Cafe.
Mickey’s Kitchen Sink Sundae at Beaches and Cream | Yacht Club
The Original Mickey’s Kitchen Sink Sundae can be found at The Yacht Club. But if you’re looking for the mini version, you can grab that at The Plaza Restaurant in Magic Kingdom. This ice cream treat combines ice cream and 27 other ingredients to form the Kitchen Sink Sundae. Syrups, Fruits, Cake, Toppings, Nuts… you name it! Check out the official Disney Recipe for this sweet treat to get an inside look!
Best Snacks at Disney Springs
Disney Springs has some of the most elegant snacks at Walt Disney World. Places like The Ganachery and Amorettes Patisserie, routinely offer up seasonal snacks, unique flavors, and beautiful options. Of course, we also love the simple things in life. A milkshake, cupcake, dole whip; you can get them all at Disney Springs.
Sprinkles Cupcakes at Sprinkles Disney Springs
Okay. So we’re not limiting this to just one Sprinkles Cupcake. Mainly because they have SO MANY, but also because the seasonal flavors are usually just as good as the regular flavors. Plus you can buy your Sprinkles Cupcake from the Cupcake ATM out front. ATM? Yes, you read that right. Simply place your order at the ATM machine right outside Sprinkles and wait a minute while your cupcake is delivered to you through the slot. Easy Peasy!
Dole Whip Nachos at Marketplace Snacks Disney Springs
A twist on our favorite snack at Disney, this dish combines waffle nachos with dole whip, whipped cream, and sprinkles! What’s not to like. Extra sharable, this Disney Snack is a favorite and can be found at Marketplace Snacks across from the World of Disney shop.
Original Chocolate Chip Cookie at Gideon’s Bakehouse | Disney Springs
The newest Disney Snack darling to show up at Walt Disney World sells cookies. GIANT cookies in fact. And while there are loads of flavors in the half pound cookie market at Gideons Bakehouse, the original chocolate chip is all you need. But beware, you’re only allowed 6 cookies per person.
Giant Pink Donut at Joffrey’s Coffee Carts
This extremely large donut at Walt Disney World can be found at almost any Joffrey’s Coffee Cart at Disney World. It’s a yeast donut, covered in pink icing and sprinkles, and such a classic Disney treat that it rightly deserves a place on our Best Snacks at Disney list. What’s more, is this treat has a bit of a cult following! Be sure to find the closest Instagram Wall of Disney and snap a pic!
Best Snacks at Walt Disney World
There you have it! The Best Snacks at Walt Disney World you can find in each park! If you’re looking for even more snacks in each Walt Disney World park check out our other Disney Snacks posts!
Rochelle Mariah is a writer, designer and photographer with an MLIS in Information Science and a B.S. in Arch and Design. Determined to make Planning a DIY Disney Vacation easier she makes lots of lists and drinks lots of coffee. When not designing apparel at Polka Dot Pixie Shop, she's watching old movies and planning the holidays. She has been traveling to Disney destinations since 2010.