Question:  What are some must try snacks at each of the WDW theme parks?

Answer:  There are some pretty amazing snack choices to be found through out the Walt Disney World resort and the theme parks are a great place to find many of them.
At Magic Kingdom my top snack choices would be the ever popular, fruity soft-serve Dole Whip (Aloha Isle, Adventureland), LeFou’s Brew (Gaston’s Tavern, New Fantasyland) for a frozen drink with a toasted marshmallow top, a Sweet Cream Cheese Mickey Pretzel (Launching Pad, Tomorrowland) which is huge and a great filling snack, and a classic chocolaty Mickey Premium Bar (Various Snack Carts).

Epcot is full of so many amazing snack options it’s really difficult for me to only pick a few.  School Bread (Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe, Norway) has what seems like a cult following, which is totally justified!  And “Cronuts” (Refreshment Port, World Showcase) are a must get on every trip for me.  For a more substantial snack I go for a Croissant Jambon Fromage (Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie, France) and ask for it to be heated so the cheese gets all melted and gooey.  Now, if you happen to be visiting during the International Flower and Garden Festival or the International Food and Wine Festival scrap all of the above and just start eating at every food cart you pass!

When I think snacks at Disney’s Hollywood Studios I immediately think cupcakes! And more specifically the Butterfinger Cupcake (Starring Roles Cafe, Hollywood Blvd).  Chocolate cake, vanilla icing, Butterfinger shavings AND a chocolate filling – could this cupcake be anymore mouthwatering?  If cupcakes aren’t your thing or if you’re looking for something a little colder the PB&J Milkshake (Tune In Lounge, Echo Lake)is a must-try snack for sure!  While on the menu at 50’s Prime Time Cafe as well, if you’re just looking for a quick snack the neighboring Tune In Lounge is the place to go!

Animal Kingdom’s top snack in my opinion are the sweet treats.  The White Chocolate Elephant Cupcake or Brownie Paw (Kusafiri Coffee Shop and Bakery, Africa) top my list.  But Kausafiri offers several other great options as well.  While it may not seem like a snack, the Fried Rice (Yak and Yeti Local Cafe, Asia) is considered a snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan and an amazing and filling alternative to a full lunch.

Did we miss anything? What are you Must Have snacks when visiting the Walt Disney World Theme Parks? 

My name is Alissa and I am a Writer for Chip and Company. I’m also an Independent Consultant with World of Magic Travel, the preferred agency of Chip and the Disney Addicts. Email me today at to book your next “Magical” vacation to your favorite destination.

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