Don’t Miss These 7 Amazing Walt Disney World Snacks

Walt Disney World has so many dining options that it can make guests’ heads spin when trying to figure out what to eat. One of the most enjoyable things about being on vacation is not worrying about what to eat and just enjoying food options that normally wouldn’t be tried or indulged in. A great way to enjoy some tasty options and indulge on a Disney vacation is to try some amazing snacks. Throughout the parks there are some unique and delectable snacks that should definitely be tried at least once. Here are seven amazing Disney snacks that can’t be missed on a Disney vacation.


7. Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bar

This ice cream treat is a classic that can be found at pretty much any ice cream cart throughout Walt Disney World and also some quick service locations at Disaney resorts. Featuring vanilla ice cream coated in delicious milk chocolate on a popsicle and shaped like Mickey Mouse, this is a must try snack on a hot day in the parks. For those looking for memorable fun photos from a Disney vacation, try posing with Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bars in front of Cinderella Castle.

6. Dole Whip

This fruity and cool option can be found either at Aloha Isle in the Magic Kingdom’s Adventureland or Pineapple Lanai, a quick service counter location at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. Combining refreshing pineapple juice with pineapple soft serve, the Dole Whip is one of the most unique and delicious snack options in Walt Disney World. Keep in mind that since it’s so popular, there is usually always a wait at Aloha Isle!

5. Turkey Leg

These massive and decadent snacks can be found at a cart located in the Magic Kingdom’s Frontierland along the Rivers of America. Don’t worry about finding the cart though, the smell of roasting meat can be encountered before stumbling upon the cart! Each turkey leg is so big that it can definitely be shared by friends and family, however no one is going to want to share once they taste the slow roasted and yummy meat.

4. School Bread

This unique snack option can be purchased at Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe in the Norway Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase. Featuring a vanilla custard stuffed inside of a warm cardamom bun and topped with toasted coconuts, guests can’t eat just one. School Bread is the perfect combination of sweet, rich, and delicious. It’s an affordable and unique snack in Walt Disney World.


3. Popcorn

There is no smell as iconic in a theme park as popcorn. One of the best parts about entering into the Magic Kingdom for the first time on each Disney vacation is the first whiff of the freshly popped popcorn at the small carts. One of the best ways to enjoy hot and fresh popcorn is while sitting on the curb on Main Street waiting for the Festival of Fantasy Parade to begin. While popcorn on Main Street is delicious, it can also be found throughout the parks.

2. Beignets

This unique snack can be found exclusively at the Scat Cat’s Club Cafe at Port Orleans French Quarter Resort. Featuring flaky pockets of dough that are fried and then smothered in powdered sugar, these delicious snacks originated at Café du Monde in New Orleans. Guests can order either three or six beignets and they are the perfect snack after a long day in the parks. If guests haven’t tried them before, it is worth a trip over to Port Orleans French Quarter Resort just to get some beignets!

1. The Kitchen Sink

This outrageous ice cream snack can be found at Beaches & Cream Soda Shop at Disney’s Beach Club Resort. Themed like an old seaside ice cream shop, guests can order up classic sundaes as well as American favorites like burgers and hot dogs. The most talked about menu item and definitely the most delicious is the Kitchen Sink which is so massive it’s advertised as big enough to serve four! Featuring vanilla, chocolate, mint chocolate chip, coffee, and strawberry ice cream topped with literally every topping available in the shop, this is the ultimate dessert for ice cream lovers to enjoy on a Walt Disney World vacation!

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.