It’s no secret that Walt Disney World snacks are pretty darn tasty. But it’s also no secret that they can be expensive! It’s easy to put some serious stress on your wallet if you’re having trouble resisting the eats and treats.
Well, we want to help! We’re taking a look at the top three value snacks in each of the four Disney World parks.
Let’s look at the best value snacks in each Disney World park!
Bacon Mac and Cheese Fries at Casey’s Corner
The Bacon Mac and Cheese Fries at Casey’s Corner are one of the more expensive snacks on this list at $6.49. They’re still a value, though! The portion is huge; if you’re not a crazy big eater, this dish will work as a whole meal or as a shared snack with your Disney crew.
Dole Whip Floats at Aloha Isle
Dole Whip Floats at Aloha Isle start at $5.99. Some specialty ones can be a little pricier but this is still a great value. They tend to pack those cups full, and you’re getting soft serve plus a drink!
Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich at Plaza Ice Cream Parlor
For $6.99 at Plaza Ice Cream Parlor you can snag the Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich. This treat nets you two fresh chocolate chip cookies and your choice of ice cream.
Onion Ring Basket at Flame Tree Barbecue
Flame Tree Barbecue has its fair share of great value platters and snacks, but perhaps the best is the Onion Ring Basket. This side is a massive portion of onion rings for $4.49, and you can get Flame Tree Barbecue sauce for dipping.
Simba Sunset at Tamu Tamu Refreshments
This is another version of a Dole Whip dessert, but we have to give it its due in Animal Kingdom. The Simba Sunset is a massive Dole Whip treat served in a Dole Whip float cup so it’s huge for $5.49.
Fries at Mr. Kamal’s
Mr. Kamal’s Seasoned Fries are a big basket of fries for just $5.99. The different dipping sauces and large portions make them one of our favorite values.
School Bread at Kringla Bakeri og Kafe
One of the most famous treats in EPCOT is also one of the best values. School Bread at Kringla Bakeri og Kafe is a favorite for flavor, but you can’t beat that $4.49 price tag either. Plus, it’s unique compared to what you might find at a typical bakery back home!
Chocolate Chip Brioche at Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie
There are a ton of great options at Les Halles when it comes to flavor and value. Perhaps the best value is the big ol’ Brioche Chocolat for $4. It’s loaded with chocolate chips (and carbs — all the carbs)!
Side of Chips at Yorkshire County Fish Shop
This one might surprise you but the Side of Chips at Yorkshire County Fish Shop is a great value and a great pick me up. These are yummy! Note that the side on its own isn’t on the menu, but if you ask you can usually snag it for $3.99. Sharing the Fish ‘n’ Chips isn’t a bad value, either!
Carrot Cake Cookie at Trolley Car Cafe
All of our snacks in Hollywood Studios are sweets because they’re just too good to beat! Perhaps the best cookie in Disney World is the Carrot Cake Cookie at Trolley Car Cafe for just $3.99.
Lunch Box Tarts at Woody’s Lunch Box
Woody’s Lunch Box features basically a fancy Pop-Tart with the Lunch Box Tarts. There’s a great variety with seasonal options and an always-there Chocolate-Hazelnut flavor. You can snag one for $4.29.
Num Num Cookies at Neighborhood Bakery
And finally, the Num Num Cookie is an awesome cookie tart available at Neighborhood Bakery for $5.79. It’s on the pricier side for a cookie but still a great value based on how yummy and filling it is. (If you bring a small storage bag, you can snack on this treat all day long!)
What are your favorite value snacks in Disney World? Tell us in the comments!