These Massive Disney Parks Snacks Would Be Perfect for a Quick Meal

No matter what your taste buds are in the mood for, Walt Disney World has got a snack for you!

Les Halles

And many of our favorite snacks are big enough to sub in for a meal if you don’t have time to sit down and enjoy a proper breakfast, lunch, or dinner! That’s right — we’ve got lots of options for ya, no matter what time of day you’re feeling peckish!

Roulé Lard and Fromage (Bacon and Cheese Roll)

Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie in Epcot

If you find yourself over in EPCOT’s World Showcase in the morning for a Frozen Ever After FastPass, you might think you’re outta luck for grabbing a quick bite, but you’d be mistaken! This bakery nestled into the back of the France pavilion has coffee and pastries for sale before the rest of the World Showcase opens (9AM for Les Halles vs. 11AM for the rest of World Showcase). One of our favorites to grab-and-go is the Bacon and Cheese Roll for $4.25.

Bacon and Cheese Roll

The Cast Members will even warm it up for you in the oven, and each bite is a savory delight! Of course, there are plenty of croissants, parfaits, and tasty French delicacies so you can mix-and-match your breakfast if you’re looking for even more sustenance.

Nutella and Fresh Fruit Waffle 

Sleepy Hollow in Magic Kingdom

Since we’re on the subject of subbing snacks for breakfast, we gotta tell you about the delicious Nutella and Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich! For $8.29, you’ll get this made-to-order waffle smothered with rich chocolate hazelnut spread and piled high with strawberries, bananas, and blueberries!

Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich

Is a snack? A dessert? A MEAL? We have no idea! All we know is we have to have it when we’re hungry at Magic Kingdom and don’t have time to sit and eat. It’s a little messy, but once you’ve enjoyed a few bites, you’ll be walking to your next ride while munching it in no time!

Colossal Cinnamon Roll at Various Locations

Another favorite snack of ours (which we’re totally guilty of replacing our breakfast with) is the Colossal Cinnamon Roll! We love grabbing one of these MEGA Mickey-shaped buns at  Creature Comforts in Animal Kingdom before hopping in line for Flight of Passage. It’s kind of become a rope drop tradition of ours.

Colossal Cinnamon Roll

And we’ve spotted the Colossal Cinnamon Roll at other Disney World Starbucks locations, too! For $7.49, it’s such a huge meal, we actually think it’s a big enough breakfast for TWO — assuming you’ll be enjoying some other snacks or eating lunch before noon!

Colossal Pretzel with Beer Cheese Sauce

Pongu Pongu in Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Speaking of colossal-sized snacks, you’ll find the Colossal Pretzel lurking in Pandora: The World of Avatar! It’s a humongous Bavarian-style soft pretzel that costs $10.49 and comes with a beer cheese dipping sauce!

Colossal Pretzel

There must be something in the water at Disney’s Animal Kingdom because this park is turning out some seriously enormous snacks, like our next one, too!

Pulled Pork Mac and Cheese

Eight Spoon Cafe in Disney’s Animal Kingdom

It’s hard for us to walk by this cozy little kiosk at Disney’s Animal Kingdom without grabbing a snack! They have a few different macs to choose from, but their Pulled Pork Mac and Cheese speaks our love language!

Pulled Pork Baked Macaroni and Cheese

For $6.79, you’ll get a hefty bowl of warm, ooey-gooey baked mac and cheese topped with tender pieces of pulled pork, drizzled with barbecue sauce, and topped with some green onion for freshness. We love the little addition of pickles because the brininess helps cut through all that richness!

Pulled Pork Fries

Flame Tree Barbecue in Disney’s Animal Kingdom

One of the best things about eating snacks for meals is that you get to enjoy smaller meals more often! After a Pulled Pork Mac and Cheese we’ll often follow it up with the Pulled Pork Fries from Flame Tree! It’s a pulled pork double-whammy!

Pulled Pork Fries

The French fries themselves are crispy but tender and you’ll find them BURIED underneath a pile of cheese sauce and pulled pork TREASURE! Plus, it only costs $6.99, so we always have plenty of money left over to grab a few more treats after grabbing this one!

Satipo’s Empanadas

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar in Disney Springs

One of our new favorite snacks is at Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar! There are so many awesome places to eat at Disney Springs these days, but a trip to Disney Springs wouldn’t be complete without a stop at this Indiana Jones-themed watering hole! Whether your night’s just getting started or it’s winding down, the Satipo’s Empanadas really hit the spot!

Satipo’s Empanadas

You get two of these crispy-fried empanadas (which are hand-stuffed!) for $10.50. They’re filled with beef, onions, peppers, potatoes, olives, cheese, herbs, and spices, plus they’re served with a side of chimichurri aïoli! Make sure you fly on over to try them!

Salted Caramel Bubble Waffle  

AristoCrepes in Disney Springs

Just a little ways down the walkway at Disney Springs, you’ll find one of our favorite SWEET snacks — the Salted Caramel Bubble Waffle for $8.99!

Salted Caramel Bubble Waffle

You might need to enlist the aid of a friend, because this “dessert” meal is a pretty intense experience — don’t attempt this alone! The gargantuan bubble waffle is fully-loaded with ice cream, whipped cream, chocolate covered pretzels, and salted caramel sauce. Getting hungry yet?

Charcuterie Board

BaseLine Tap House in Disney’s Hollywood Studios

We’ve spent a lot of our nights hanging out on BaseLine’s outdoor patio, and while we usually enjoy a Beer Flight or two, you have to have the perfect munchies to go with your California microbrews! That’s where BaseLine’s Charcuterie Board comes into play!

Charcuterie Board

You’ll get several cheese selections as well as chorizo, salami, cornichons, grapes, and little slices of toasted baguette. We can’t believe this huge platter only costs $10 and is easily shareable as well!

Barbecue Brisket Macaroni & Cheese

Mac and Cheese Food Truck in Disney Springs

And just in case you didn’t get your mac and cheese fix earlier, we leave you now with this parting gift — the Mac and Cheese Truck’s Barbecue Brisket Mac and Cheese!

Barbecue Brisket Mac and Cheese

If you’ve never eaten at a food truck, you’re in for a treat! Disney Springs actually has several food trucks that are parked every day at Exposition Park on The West Side. One of the truck specializes in mac and cheesey offerings (we’ll let you guess which one!) and our favorite one includes brisket, cheddar, and smoked gouda topped with barbecue sauce, crispy onion rings, and chives for $11.

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We know you often have to maximize your time at Walt Disney World, but at least you know you won’t have to skimp on enjoying tasty food!

Let us know what some of your favorite grab-and-go snacks are that can fill in for a meal in the comments below!

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  1. I like splitting the fish n chips from the stand outside of Rose and Crown in Epcot as a “snack”. The ones in this article look amazing. Good thing you walk a lot at Disney