Walt Disney World has some seriously iconic snacks, and whether you like your snacks sweet or savory, icy cold or screaming hot, shareable snacks are around every corner.
We know what you’re thinking: I don’t share snacks — especially Disney World snacks. But hear us out! Sometimes you want to share so you have space for more snacks (more snacks, gooooood). Or you have an ADR coming up and you don’t want to fill up before you get there (sounds like you deserve dessert!). Maybe you have kids who always (I mean, always) want a nibble.
Whatever your reason, here are our favorite Disney World snacks that are totally shareable.
We figured we should start the list of shareable snacks with the ultimate shareable dessert from Disney World, the Kitchen Sink. The Kitchen Sink is a massive ice cream sundae that can be found at Beaches & Cream Soda Shop at the Beach Club Resort. The Kitchen Sink is comprised of scoops of vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, and cookies & cream ice cream smothered in every topping the soda shop has. This massive sundae is served in a literal kitchen sink and easily serves four people (very hungry, ice cream-lovin’ people).
Pulled Pork and Cheese Fries
Flame Tree Barbecue in Animal Kingdom is a great place to get some hearty barbecued meals. One of their snacks is basically a meal on its own. The Pulled Pork and Cheese Fries are a cheesy, smoky pile of delicious. If this isn’t your main meal, then you can definitely share this with someone you don’t mind seeing covered in cheese and barbecue sauce.
There are a few different funnel cakes that you can find in Disney World, but one of the most over the top sweet ones is from the Cookie Dough and Everything Sweet food truck in Disney Springs. This truck has tons of sugary options to satiate even the sweetest sweet tooth. The Mickey or Minnie Funnel Cake is a funnel cake with scoops of Mickey- or Minnie-shaped chocolate chip cookie dough on top. That’s what most desserts really need: another dessert on top.
Air Pirate’s Cargo Loaded Pretzel
The title alone should make you want to try this over-the-top giant pretzel. It’s basically a charcuterie board and a soft pretzel combined into one salty, delicious snack. The Air Pirate’s Cargo Loaded Pretzel is a large soft pretzel that is served with prosciutto, sliced brats, pepperoni, smoked cheddar, Black Diamond cheddar, and Caraway pickles. It comes with a spicy mustard and beer cheese fondue dipping sauces. You can order this delicious monstrosity at Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar in Disney Springs.
Mickey Cinnamon Roll
There is no better way to start the day at Animal Kingdom than with a giant Colossal Mickey Cinnamon Roll from Kusafiri Coffee Shop & Bakery. (You can now pick up these colossal pastries in a few different places throughout the Parks, including Main Street Bakery in Magic Kingdom.) With one central cinnamon roll and two small ones for the ears, it’s mostly just a great excuse to eat three pastries for breakfast (or to share with your fam).
Okay, so the poutine in Disney World may not be a giant shareable snack, but there are a few different flavors that make this totally shareable. This way you’ll get twice as much poutine as usual. To try two or more of the poutine options head to The Daily Poutine in Disney Springs. We recommend starting with the Classic Poutine and selecting a second bowl of one of the Quick Service spot’s other flavors.
Layered Cotton Candy
If you’ve ever been in EPCOT and seen people walking around with giant cotton candy, then you already know about the Layered Cotton Candy. This giant multicolored cotton candy is definitely shareable (unless you’re looking for a serious sugar high followed by an epic crash). You can pick up this oversized cotton candy in the China pavilion at the House of Good Fortune.
So this is actually a boozy beverage, not a snack. But it’s just a really good drink and worth sharing (so you can get a second drink, obvs). If you make it to Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto at the Polynesian Village Resort you have to try at least a few of their signature Tiki drinks. One of our favorites is the Uh-Oa. Before we tell you about the drink, it is important to know that this Tiki bar comes to life whenever someone orders one of the signature drinks. The Uh-Oa is a shared drink that has Plantation Original Dark Rum, Bacardi Superior Rum; orange, passion fruit, guava, pineapple, and grapefruit juices; falernum; cinnamon; and fresh lime juice. The drink is set on fire, and you throw cinnamon into the flames to appease the goddess Uh-Oa.
We can’t wait to get back to Disney World and try all of the snacks. And remember, just ’cause you can share them, doesn’t mean you have to. 😉
What are some of your favorite Disney World snacks to share? Let us know in the comments.
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