5 Iconic Snacks You Can Get in Disneyland but Not Disney World

Let’s be honest — snacks are one of the best parts of going to a Disney park. Mickey bars, pretzels, and dole whips, OH MY!

Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bar

While most classic snacks are available bi-coastal, Disneyland still has a few gems they can call their own. Here are five iconic snacks you can only grab in California:

1. Mint Juleps

Mint Julep

Head to the Mint Julep Bar in New Orleans Square and you can sip on this refreshing mock-tail! Sadly, this iconic drink hasn’t made itsf way to Disney World yet — although a Mint Julep Lemonade Slushy recently joined the menu at Casey’s Corner. 

 

2. Soup in a Sourdough Bread Bowl

Soup in a Sourdough Bread Bowl

At the Pacific Wharf Cafe a delicious, freshly baked snack awaits you — warm soup in a sourdough bread bowl. You can even take a tour of the bakery to learn about the bread-making process. Clam chowder and broccoli cheddar are regulars on the menu, as well as a daily special.

3. Cheddar Cheese Stick

Most people go straight for the hand dipped Corn dogs (also iconic) at the Corn Dog Castle, but don’t sleep on this snack. It’s a big hunk of cheddar cheese fried in corn dog batter — what could be better?!

4. Skewers

Banyan Beef Skewer

Over at The Bengal Barbecue you can find a selection of exclusive meat treats! From bacon wrapped asparagus (Safari Skewer) to chicken and beef, these skewers are a must-eat, and only in Disneyland.

5. Matterhorn Macaroon

Matterhorn Macaroon

This cutie has jumped around to several locations, but currently you can find this coconut macaroon at the Jolly Holiday Bakery. It’s shaped like the Matterhorn coaster — doesn’t get much more iconic than that!

What are your favorite Disneyland snacks? Let us know in the comments!

 

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Molly is a lifelong Disney enthusiast, and former Walt Disney World Guest Relations Cast Member and tour guide. Her Walt Disney World favorites include Festival of the Lion King, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Fantasmic!, Mickey-shaped pretzels and rice krispie treats, and anything with Buzz Lightyear! She lives in Orlando with her husband (who she met in Guest Relations) and their two rescue dogs, Kronk and Cruella de Vil (Ella for short!)

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3 Replies to “5 Iconic Snacks You Can Get in Disneyland but Not Disney World”

  1. I thought Columbia Harbor House used to do the soup in bread bowls many years back? I remember people complaining that they took that away.