9 Walt Disney World Treats You Must Try

When most guests think of Walt Disney World, they picture classic attractions like Peter Pan’s Flight and iconic buildings like Cinderella Castle. However in addition to all of the amazing attractions, Walt Disney World offers up some of the best food guests will ever have on vacation! From fine dining to quick service locations, there are places for even the pickiest of eaters to enjoy. In addition to full meals, the snacks of Walt Disney World are as decadent as they are diverse, and snacking on a vacation is a luxury that every guest enjoys. Here are the nine Disney treats that must be tried on a Disney vacation!


9. Dole Whip –

This cult favorite cold treat can be found in the Magic Kingdom’s Adventureland at Aloha Isle as well as other locations. Combining sweet Dole pineapple juice with either pineapple, vanilla, or chocolate ice cream this treat is a must try and one of the best ways to cool off on a hot day in the parks.

8. Kitchen Sink –

Advertised as big enough to serve four guests, this huge ice cream concoction can be found at Beaches & Cream Soda Shop at Disney’s Beach Club Resort. Combining scoops of vanilla, chocolate, coffee, mint chocolate chip, and strawberry ice cream with literally every topping that the shop offers, the Kitchen Sink is sure to leave guests stuffed and happy as they waddle out the door!

7. Turkey Leg –

This decadent and rich treat can be found in the Magic Kingdom’s Frontierland at a cart along the shores of the Rivers of America. Long before guests actually approach the cart, they can smell the mouthwatering aroma of roasting turkey and will definitely not want to share one even though the legs are huge!

6. Beignets –

This delectable treat is a fluffy pocket of fried dough smothered in powdered sugar that was made famous in New Orleans. It should come as no surprise then that the only place to get these yummy snacks is at Port Orleans French Quarter Resort in the Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory. Guests can order either three or six beignets and they are the perfect snack after a long day in the parks.


5. Zebra Domes –

This unique treat can be found at the Animal Kingdom Lodge at either Boma or The Mara. Zebra Domes have a mousse like texture and feature Amarula Cream Liqueur which makes them sweet and fruity. They are like no other treat in Walt Disney World and are definitely worth a trip over to the Animal Kingdom Lodge to try.

4. Tonga Toast –

This treat is offered exclusively during breakfast at both Kona Café and Captain Cook’s at The Polynesian Village Resort. Tonga Toast is composed of sourdough French toast stuffed with bananas and smothered in cinnamon sugar. It is both light and decadent at the same time, and guests can argue that they are being healthy since there are bananas inside!

3. Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich –

This must try treat can be found at the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor on Main Street in the Magic Kingdom and combines two of the best treats offered there. Guests can choose their favorite flavor of hand scooped ice cream and have it sandwiched between two warm fresh chocolate chip cookies. With the cold ice cream and the gooey cookies, this sandwich is a favorite of many and can’t be missed.

2. Macaroon –

France is known for its delicious and delicate pastries and the France Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase is no exception. A stop in at Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie is a must and one of the most popular treats to enjoy is a macaroon. Offered in a delicious raspberry flavor with fresh berries and a lime cream, a macaroon is must try treat in France.

1. Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bar –

This iconic snack is recognized and loved by almost every guest who has visited Walt Disney World. It can be found at nearly every ice cream cart throughout the parks and also in some quick service dining locations. Featuring vanilla ice cream coated in a chocolate shell and, most importantly, shaped like Mickey Mouse, this cold treat is the perfect way to spend some time cooling down in Walt Disney World and a must try!

About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane first started visiting Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of that trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning all about the history and small details of the parks and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival each fall. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York and spends her time counting down the days to her next trip.