In the expansive world of Walt Disney World snacks, there are bound to be several runaway hits. And over the years, we’ve had some stellar snacks, both savory and sweet!
On the other hand, with SO many snacks out there, we’ve often wondered what Disney was thinking when they decided to break the mold and introduce treats that were a little, well, different.
Here are nine of the WILDEST snacks we’ve seen in Disney World!
We’re starting off strong with this list by heading to Zuri’s Sweets Shop in Animal Kingdom! Technically, the snack we’re talking about here was called “Match the Species,” where you would be served a series of chocolate fudge, rolled into balls that resembled, well…you get the idea.
We aren’t sure how many people were in the room when this snack was given the green light, but we can’t help but wonder what Disney had in mind when they thought “poop” snacks would be a runaway hit!
For the next three items on our list, we’re heading to Oga’s Cantina in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge! The Rodian Ration is one of the few food items you can order here, and this one even comes with alcohol!
This small plate (uhhh, petri dish!) is a gelatin of Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Dekuyper Pucker Sour Apple, Green Apple, Sprite, and Boba Balls! It’s not every day you come across an alcoholic food item quite like this!
The Fuzzy Tauntaun is typically made of a mixture of Cîroc Peach Vodka, Bols Peach Schnapps, Simply Orange with Tangerine, Pure Cane Sugar, and let’s not forget the “Buzz Button Tingling” Foam — its properties will cause your mouth to go numb for a few moments. While the drink itself was quite tasty, it boggles our mind to know that Disney imagined up a drink that gives your mouth the same sensation as when you go to the dentist’s office!
However, in June 2022, we were told by Cast Members that the Fuzzy Tauntaun was no longer available. That appears to be due to an issue with obtaining the signature ingredient that gives this drink its effect. You may not be able to try it now but keep your eyes peeled for its potential return!
Perhaps the WILDEST item you can find at Oga’s Cantina is the Happabore Sampler. In simpler terms, this is a charcuterie board of sorts. But this isn’t your typical charcuterie board you can find over at Baseline Taphouse. No, this is out of this world.
Sure, it comes with all the fixings you would expect in a charcuterie board: Cured and roasted meats, cheese, and pork cracklings. But…it doesn’t quite LOOK like anything that came from this planet. It’s chaotic and sometimes you’ll find unique things on it like roasted SPAM, and pulled string cheese?! It’s quite the creation!
EPCOT’s International Festival of the Arts features some visually stunning snacks inspired by dishes from around the world. At Takumi Table in the Japan Pavilion, you can sometimes order a Sushi Donut!
This dish is music to a sushi lover’s ears, but when it comes in the shape of a donut, we can’t help but feel like it’s supposed to taste like something that it’s not! But rest assured, this is just sushi in the shape of a donut…no tricks here!
Gummy Worm Mac and Cheese
In Disney Springs, you can find a few walk-up food trucks and counter service locations that serve some of the best food in the whole shopping and dining district! One of those locations is the Mac & Cheese truck, and in the past, we found a dish that included two ingredients that frankly should NEVER be served together? We’re talking about Gummy Worm Mac and Cheese!
This limited-time Halloween dish was made with cavatappi pasta mac & cheese topped with pumpkin cheese sauce, cranberries, pumpkin seeds, and gummy worms. Let’s just say we didn’t mind that it didn’t stick around for long.
The next item on our list actually sounds pretty amazing on paper. The Space Sandwich debuted during the Guardians of the Galaxy-inspired Awesome Mix Live event at EPCOT. This was a pulled pork sandwich topped with crispy onions and served on a brioche bun.
Sounds tasty, right? That’s exactly what we thought, too, until we were handed our lunch. Turns out the brioche bun was dyed blue, resulting in a sandwich that looked more MOLDY than edible!
Poor Unfortunate Soul
The Poor Unfortunate Soul float from Storybook Treats was released as a Halloween treat in the past. We thought we had tried just about every frozen treat flavor there was, but then Disney proved us very wrong when they unveiled cream cheese (yes, like the smear you add to your morning bagels) soft serve. Mix it with black raspberry syrup and Coke, and you’ve got yourself one eyebrow-raising dessert.
This float did change a bit (originally it had a black raspberry soft serve that tasted like medicine), but it’s still an interesting creation!
During Disney World’s 50th Anniversary, we paid a visit to Be Our Guest Restaurant in Magic Kingdom to try the limited-time 50th Anniversary menu additions, one of which was the Squid’s Revenge cocktail. Made with Michelada, a salted rim, and garnished with charred octopus and cucumber, it was definitely eye-catching.
This is technically not a “snack” but we thought it deserved a mention. Come on, an octopus tentacle was literally sticking out of our cocktail!
Wild Toad Brat Burger
The nostalgic 50th anniversary Wild Toad Brat Burger is still available at Friar’s Nook in Magic Kingdom, made with lettuce, tomatoes, pickle, American cheese, and topped with olive skewer eyes. (Shhh…it’s looking at us. 👀) When a burger is looking at you, is it rude to stare back??
We can’t say that we’ve seen a burger with “eyes” and a “tongue” every day, so this was definitely one of our odder Disney World eating experiences.
And that’s a look at just some of the interesting Disney snacks we’ve had over the years. Have you ever eaten a weird snack in Disney World? Tell us in the comments!
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