If you’re heading to Disney World, it can be a pretty daunting task to decide which snacks you want to try!
There are so many options around the four parks, all the resorts, and Disney Springs, so it’s easy to get overwhelmed. But don’t worry — today we’re sharing with you the list of the best snacks at each Disney World park so that you know exactly what to order!
Starting with the original Disney World park, Magic Kingdom, let’s talk about the sweet snacks. If you’re looking for something refreshing, delicious, and just the right amount of sugary, then we recommend you try Dole Whip. More specifically, the Tropical Serenade at Aloha Isle!
It’s the perfect combination of coconut soft-serve on top of pineapple-orange-guava juice garnished with an upside-down pineapple cake pop. Every time we have one, it makes us feel like we should be relaxing on a beach somewhere.
But, if you’re looking for something savory, then you’re not too far away from another great choice! You’ll barely have to leave Adventureland to find the spring roll cart (located right next to the Adventureland sign) with Pepperoni and Cheeseburger Spring Rolls.
These rolls are crispy and flaky on the outside and filled with savory goodness on the inside. Plus, you get to choose dipping sauces to go with them!
Here, you can order your ice cream in a cone, sandwiched inside a macaron, or even pressed into a brioche bun! There are so many ways to eat each of their 16 flavors, and not a single one of them is the wrong way.
And for a savory treat, stop right next door at Les Halles. This little restaurant is tucked away indoors at the back of the pavilion, but it’s home to some tasty hidden secrets.
Once again, there’s not really a wrong way to order here, but we particularly love their soups in bread bowls! They have a Bisque de Homard that is incredible (Lobster Bisque) and sometimes you can order a bread bowl filled with creamy brie cheese. Doesn’t that sound mouth-watering?!
Now, let’s talk about food at Hollywood Studios! This park is home to several delicious cookies (the Num Num Cookie and the Wookiee Cookie are among them), but today’s winner is found at Trolley Car Cafe.
Inside, you’ll find a Hollywood Studios staple, the Carrot Cake Cookie. It has changed a bit over the years, but it’s still made with two yummy carrot cake pieces with cream cheese frosting in-between — the perfect combination for a sweet snack.
The Totchos are made with tater tots as a base, piled high with beef and bean chili, shredded cheese, signature queso with tomatoes, corn chips, sour cream, and a sprinkle of green onions. They are HEARTY and definitely our favorite thing on the menu at this restaurant!
The churros here are honestly better than any others we’ve had in Disney World. They’re served warm with two dipping sauces: vanilla crema and chili-strawberry. Add in the spectacular view from the restaurant’s porch, and the whole experience is just *chef’s kiss*.
This snack may have been intended for kids, but we adults really enjoy them as well. They’re basically McDonald’s cheeseburgers stuffed into a bao bun, so if that sounds fun to you, then make sure to stop here on your next trip!
There you have it — our recommendations for the best snacks in every park. Next time you’re in Disney World you’ll have no trouble finding something delicious to eat!
Have you tried any of these? What did you think?
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