When it comes to Disney World snacks, Magic Kingdom reigns supreme as the destination for must-have, iconic snacks. And while some snacks are legendary for a reason, there may be other snacks you didn’t even know existed, and you might walk right by without noticing!
We can’t let that happen! That’s why we’re equipping you today with TEN Magic Kingdom snacks you would surely regret not ordering!
Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich – Sleepy Hollow
Let’s start off with something you can only find for breakfast! The Fresh Fruit Nutella Waffle at Sleepy Hollow in Liberty Square packs quite the punch with a warm waffle, Nutella, and fresh fruit! While this used to be an all-day snack, as of this writing you can only get this item in the AM! Order one on your next trip for $8.29.
Cheshire Cat Tail – Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe
The next snack has been temporarily relocated from its usual home of Cheshire Cat Cafe. Now, the Cheshire Cat Tail, which is a Puff Pastry Twisted with Chocolate and Drizzled with Pink and Purple Icing, can be found at Cosmic Ray’s in Tomorrowland! One Cheshire Cat Tail costs $5.49.
Corn Dog Nuggets – Casey’s Corner (and Westward Ho)
Much like the Cheshire Cat Tail, this next snack has found a temporary home! Corn Dog Nuggets are well known as a mainstay at Casey’s Corner on Main Street, U.S.A.. But as that location has yet to reopen as of this writing, you’ll have to head to Westward Ho in Frontierland to find them! The Corn Dog Nuggets cost $6.99, and be sure to ask for a side of dipping cheese!
Spring Rolls – Adventureland Spring Roll Cart
The Adventureland Spring Roll Cart recently reopened, much to our delight! Here, you can find a rotating menu of delicious spring rolls. For a more savory snack option, it doesn’t get much better than this! In the past we’ve enjoyed flavors like Cheeseburger, Pepperoni Pizza, and Philly Cheesesteak! You can pick up a pair of spring rolls for $7.50.
Dole Whip – Aloha Isle
This wouldn’t be a complete list of snacks you’ll regret skipping at Magic Kingdom if we didn’t include the infamous Dole Whip! The go-to spot to try this frozen pineapple dessert will be Aloha Isle in Adventureland. Not a fan of pineapple? No problem! Be on the lookout for other flavors like raspberry, coconut, and lime! A simple cup of Dole Whip costs $4.99. It may just be the best $5 you spend on your Disney World vacation.
Dole Whip Float – Aloha Isle
Why just get plain Dole Whip in a cup when you can get a Dole Whip FLOAT? Also at Aloha Isle, these must-have snacks are Dole Whip flavors served atop juice and sometimes topped with relevant sweet treats like cake balls. The classic Dole Whip Float is pineapple Dole Whip with pineapple juice, which is available all the time. The specialty floats come and go, so be sure to ask a Cast Member what the latest variety is! Their current seasonal float, the Pistachio Chai Tea Float, is available for $6.49.
Loaded Tots – Friar’s Nook
Who’s a fan of loaded tater tots? We sure are! And at Friar’s Nook in Fantasyland, you can certainly get your fill of them. Look for variations like Loaded Buffalo Chicken and Creamy Bacon Mac & Cheese! This snack is definitely big enough to share! The Loaded Buffalo Tots are currently available for $9.99, and the Creamy Bacon Mac & Cheese Tots are available for $1 more.
Warm Cinnamon Roll – Gaston’s Tavern
If you find yourself in New Fantasyland first thing in the morning, head over to Gaston’s Tavern for one of our favorite breakfast snacks: a warm cinnamon roll. Not there in the morning? No problem! Unlike the Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich, the cinnamon rolls are served all day long! Order one up for $5.99.
Stuffed Pretzel – Launching Pad
Why get a plain old soft pretzel when you can have a delicious STUFFED pretzel? At Launching Pad in Tomorrowland, you’ll find a Cream Cheese Stuffed Pretzel as well as a Pepper Jack Stuffed Pretzel, each for $6.79.
Ice Cream – Plaza Ice Cream Parlor
Finally, we urge you to skip those Mickey Bars on your Magic Kingdom day! As iconic as those Mickey-shaped novelty ice cream bars are, they pale in comparison to some classic hand-scooped ice cream at Plaza Ice Cream Parlor on Main Street, U.S.A.. Enjoy a double scoop of ice cream for $6.99, or indulge in a Brownie Sundae for just $1 more!
Which Magic Kingdom snack is your favorite? Let us know in the comments!
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