The Eight Best Snacks Exclusive to Walt Disney World Resort Hotels

The Walt Disney World Resort theme parks are full of delicious snacks and dining options, but it’s not always possible to make it to the theme parks. You may not have a theme park ticket, may be due for an Annual Pass renewal, or may just want to have a resort day.

Disney’s Riviera Resort

Keep reading to learn about the eight best snacks exclusive to the Walt Disney World Resort hotels!

Beignets at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter

If there’s one Walt Disney World Resort hotel exclusive snack that you need to try, it’s a Mickey-Shaped Beignet at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter.

Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter Lobby

You can find these warm, pillowy clouds of fried dough and powdered sugar in orders of three or six at Scat Cat’s Club Café, right next door to the Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory.

Mickey Beignets at Port Orleans

If you want to take your beignets to another level, you can add your choice of salted caramel, strawberry, or chicory chocolate ganache dipping sauces to your order. 

Mickey Beignet

Baton Rouge Beignets (“boozy beignets” that come with your choice of Bailey’s, Kahlua, or RumChata liquors), Specialty Beignets (Raspberry, Cinnamon-Sugar, and Chocolate), and Mickey-Shaped Beignet Sundaes are also exclusive to this Resort hotel and available for purchase. 

Trio of Specialty Beignets

Click here to find out how to make your own Mickey beignets!

‘Ohana Bread Pudding at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

‘Ohana’s classic Bread Pudding a la modé is one of the best desserts at Walt Disney World Resort! 

Disney’s Polynesian Resort Lobby

This mouth-watering dessert features a rich bread pudding topped with a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream, warm caramel, and bananas. Fortunately, even if you don’t have an Advance Dining Reservation for dinner at ‘Ohana, you can still try this yummy treat!

‘Ohana Bread Pudding

Next door to ‘Ohana is Tambu Lounge, a full-service bar which serves, you guessed it, the ‘Ohana Bread Pudding a la mode! You won’t find this “secret” item printed on Tambu Lounge’s menu. However, it is available for purchase as a single serving after 4:00 p.m., making the perfect afternoon “pick me up” before a beautiful stroll through Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.

Click here for the recipe to make your own bread pudding!

Tie-Dye Cheesecake at Disney’s Pop Century Resort

The Tie-Dye Cheesecake at Disney’s Pop Century Resort may be one of our favorite and most underrated treats on this list!

Pop Century Resort

It is exclusive to Disney’s Pop Century Resort and has been around for at least a decade. You can find it at Everything POP Shopping and Dining, the Resort hotel’s Quick Service dining establishment.

Tie-Dye Cheesecake at Disney’s Pop Century Resort

The Tie-Dye Cheesecake features an airy, colorful cheesecake atop a red velvet cake “crust.” Whoever dreamed up this fantastic crust deserves a prize, as it is absolutely delicious! The cheesecake comes conveniently packaged in a small, round container, and the portion is “just right” for one person.

Tie-Dye Cheesecake at Disney’s Pop Century Resort

This is a relatively simple and straightforward recipe, which packs groovy flavor, fun colors, and a fantastic price-point. We can’t get enough of this treat!

Click here to make your own Tie-Dye Cheesecake!

Zebra Domes at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Resort

Zebra Domes are a wildly popular sweet treat available at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Resort.

Animal Kingdom Lodge — Jambo House Lobby

The delicious little morsels of Disney goodness are made with a thin white cake base, Amarula Cream Liqueur mousse, white chocolate ganache, milk chocolate sprinkles, and a dark chocolate ganache drizzle. 

Zebra Domes

Zebra Domes became famous as part of Boma’s buffet dessert table. In fact, they became so popular that you can now purchase them “to go” in boxes of four at The Mara at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge and Johari Treasures in Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas — Kidani Village. You no longer need a reservation at Boma to enjoy delicious Zebra Domes!

Click here to make your own Zebra Domes!

Chocolate Chunk Banana Bread at Disney’s Riviera Resort

Disney’s Riviera Resort is the newest Resort hotel in Walt Disney World Resort, but it quickly became a guest favorite because of its incredible dining options (we’re looking at you, Topolino’s Terrace)!

Riviera Resort

From exquisite lattes at Le Petit Café to a “practically perfect” Monte Cristo at Bar Riva, the snack and dining options are endless at Disney’s Riviera Resort.

At the top of our list of Disney’s Riviera Resort snacks is the Chocolate Chunk Banana Bread found at Le Petit Café and Primo Piatto

The Chocolate Chunk Banana Bread is pretty straightforward. It consists of incredibly moist banana bread, large dark chocolate chunks, and a golden Mickey-embossed chocolate coin. We can’t get enough of the combination of moist banana bread and dark chocolate. 

Banana Bread

We find the portion to be just right for one person, and at $3.99 apiece, the price is excellent. If you have access to a microwave, pop your banana bread in it for a few seconds to take it up a notch!

Campfire Cupcake at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

One of the most unique cupcakes on Walt Disney World Resort property is located at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort.

Wilderness Lodge

The Marshmallow and Chocolate Campfire Cupcake at Roaring Fork is a “must grab” anytime we are on property.

Campfire Cupcake

This cupcake can be found at Roaring Fork and features chocolate cake, “dirt” created with cookie crumbles, candy rocks, a marshmallow frosting “campfire,” and a marshmallow frosting filling. It is moist, decadent, and cute!

DOLE Whip with Rum Floater at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Classic DOLE Whip, a dairy-free pineapple soft serve, is one of the most popular snacks in all of Walt Disney World. DOLE Whip is refreshing, light, and dairy-free, which makes it an ideal snack to enjoy on hot Florida days.

Polynesian Village Resort Lobby

Fortunately for fans of this frozen treat, DOLE Whip can be found outside of the Walt Disney World theme parks at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort since 2014. 

Heart of Te Feti Lime Dole Whip Cone

Pineapple Lanai, in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, has been serving Pineapple, Vanilla, and Swirl DOLE Whip as well as DOLE Whip floats and cones for 5+ glorious years now.

Dole Whip

However, it’s the DOLE Whip with Rum Floater that is exclusive to Pineapple Lanai and a “must-try” for fans of DOLE Whip and Rum. This dish will transport you to a tropical paradise with its combination of Pineapple DOLE Whip and Parrot Bay Coconut Rum — a match made in Disney snack heaven!

No Way Jose at Disney’s Beach Club Resort

Beaches & Cream Soda Shop at Disney’s Beach Club Resort is famous for its delicious sundaes, milkshakes, and of course, its Kitchen Sink — which includes a whole can of whipped cream!

Beach Club Lobby

However, it’s the No Way Jose sundae that always keeps us coming back for more.

No Way Jose Sundae at Beaches & Cream

This indulgent treat is a peanut butter and hot fudge delight featuring chocolate and vanilla ice cream, peanut butter, hot fudge, chocolate morsels, whipped cream, and a cherry.

Have you tried or plan on trying any of these Walt Disney World Resort hotel-exclusive snacks? Please let us know in the comments below!

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  1. The wings at the Wave. The best wings I’ve ever had Unfortunately , I tried the recipe yesterday and it wasn’t the same. Wahhh. But thanks for posting!!!