How Many of These Underrated Treats Have You Tried in Disney World?

Disney World is filled with tons (we really mean that: TONS) of delicious snacks and treats! There’s something for everyone, and you’ve probably heard about some of the more popular and iconic snacks from around the parks.

Mickey Bar

But we’re here today to challenge you! We’re curious to see how many of these more underrated treats you’ve tried around Disney World!

Magic Kingdom

One of the most popular snacks in Magic Kingdom, if not in all of Disney World, is the classic Pineapple Dole Whip. But this frozen treat comes in many other varieties and flavors that you might not even know about! Case in point: the Peter Pan Float from Storybook Treats. It includes Key Lime soft serve, Sprite, and chocolate feather!

Peter Pan Float

For a more savory snack options, grab a pair of delicious Cheeseburger Spring Rolls from the Adventureland Spring Roll Cart! You can also typically find a Pepperoni Pizza variety there as well.

Cheeseburger Spring Roll and Mayo Sauce

Our final Magic Kingdom treat can be found at one of the park’s Table Service restaurants! Save room for dessert at Liberty Tree Tavern and check out the Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake. It comes with Vanilla Toffee Cake, Chocolate Sauce, and Vanilla Ice Cream. This ranks pretty high on our list of favorite sit-down restaurant desserts, and it’s a must-do whenever we dine at Liberty Tree!

Oooey Gooey Toffee Cake


It’s not everyday a Disney World snack can be both a classic AND underrated, but that’s where the School Bread from Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe comes in! Fans of this dessert make it an absolute must-do on every Disney World vacation, but tons of visitors walk by the Norway Pavilion every day without knowing it’s there! Coconut lovers: try this next time!

School Bread

EPCOT is FULL of incredibly unique and delicious treats. For more underrated snacks that everyone should try at least once, head to the France Pavilion and visit L’Artisan des Glaces.

L’Artisan des Glaces

This ice cream shop has two of our favorites: the Brioche Ice Cream Sandwich (with your choice of ice cream inside)…

Brioche Ice Cream Sandwich at L’Artisan Des Glaces

…and the Macaron Ice Cream Sandwich! The Macaron Ice Cream Sandwich has often come in fun seasonal varieties like pumpkin during the fall, so there’s usually a new flavor to try!

Pumpkin Ice Cream Sandwich

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

It’s all about the sweets in Disney’s Hollywood Studios! First up is the Num Num Cookie, found at Neighborhood Bakery. We can totally understand why Jack Jack was so into these delicious cookies!

Cookie Num Num

To satisfy your sweet tooth even more, head over to Backlot Express and order a Wookie Cookie! This scrumptious pair of oatmeal cookies comes with frosting in the middle and a chocolate bandolier!

Wookie Cookie

Finally, you’ll want to head over to Toy Story Land and check out Woody’s Lunch Box (we recommend getting a Mobile Order in for this place early as it’s a pretty popular lunch spot!). Their Lunch Box Tarts come in a variety of flavors, like Lemon-Blueberry!

Lemon-Blueberry Lunch Box Tart

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Believe it or not, Disney’s Animal Kingdom is a treasure trove of unique snacks you won’t find anywhere else in Disney World! We’re going to fill you in on just some of our favorite underrated snacks you may or may not have tried. Over in DinoLand U.S.A., there’s the crowd pleasing Ice Cream Sandwich from Dino Bite Snacks. We highly recommend the Strawberry Shortcake!

Vanilla and Strawberry Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich Dino-Bites Animal Kingdom

Just a hop, skip, and a jump from Dino Bites is Trilo-Bites, where you’ll find another favorite of ours, the Buffalo Chicken Chips!

Buffalo Chicken Chips from Trilo-Bites

If you’re looking for a snack that’s on the lighter side, you can find Grilled Corn on the Cob at Harambe Fruit Market in Africa. Trust us, you may start to go out of your way to eat vegetables in Disney World once you try this snack!

Corn on the Cob from Harambe Fruit Market

Last but CERTAINLY not least is the Tiger Tail from Isle of Java. This chocolate-twist pastry pairs wonderfully with a cup of coffee!

Tiger Tail

There seems to be something new to try every time you visit Disney World! Give some of these underrated treats a shot on your next vacation, and you may find yourself passing on the more popular snacks in favor of these snacks instead!

Click here for a list of all of the snacks the pros eat when visiting Disney World!

How many of these delicious, underrated treats have you tried? Let us know in the comments!

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One Reply to “How Many of These Underrated Treats Have You Tried in Disney World?”

  1. Someone has a serious sweet tooth! I prefer savory myself so Im a fish n chips/turkey leg and save some room for Art Smith’s at night type of guest