10 Snacks Under $10 In EPCOT

Walking around the world can work up quite the appetite.

Spaceship Earth

Of course, we’re referring to World Showcase in EPCOT. With so much to ride, explore, and see, you’ll want to keep your energy up by snacking on food throughout the day. But, that can get expensive. So, to keep the snacks on the cheaper side, we did some research for you!

Here are 10 snacks under $10 in EPCOT:

Mediterranean Vegetable Sandwich – Sunshine Seasons

Over at Sunshine Seasons, you can grab the Mediterranean Vegetable Sandwich for $9.99. This thing is not just for vegetarians, guys!

Veggie Sandwich

It’s packed with roasted red pepper, red onion, tomato, arugula, hummus, and balsamic vinaigrette. It also comes with potato chips on the side. It’s a great way to fill up…without a hefty price tag.

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School Bread – Kringla Bakeri og Kafe (Norway Pavilion)

For something a bit sweeter, you can grab the School Bread for $4.49!

School Bread

This is a sweet roll filled with custard, and covered in coconut. Yes, covered. So, if you’re not a fan of coconut shavings, you may want to pass on this one.

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Mickey Cinnamon Roll – Kringla Bakeri og Kafe (Norway Pavilion)

If you’re still wanting something sweet, but you’re not a fan of coconut, try the Mickey Cinnamon Roll for $6.29.

Mickey Cinnamon Roll

It’s hard to go wrong with a Cinnamon Roll.

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Blondie – Connections Café

Staying on the sweeter side, we spotted this Blondie over at Connections Café for $4.99.


This thing is loaded with butterscotch chips! It also tastes more like a cake, and is much lighter than a traditional Blondie.

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Jambon Beurre – Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie (France Pavilion)

For a savory snack, head over to Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie to grab the Jambon Beurre for $8.95.

Jambon Beurre at Les Halles

This snack is full of ham, cheese, and Dijon mustard butter, all on a baguette. It’s quite filling…and tasty!

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Pain au Chocolat –Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie (France Pavilion)

Staying over at Les Halles, you can also grab the Pain au Chocolat for $3.80.

Pain au Chocolat

A chocolate croissant. Hard not to like this one!

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Pastry Desserts – Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie (France Pavilion)

You can grab various pastries from Les Halles as well, for under $10 each!

Les Halles Display Case

There are Tarts, Crème Brûlées, Eclairs, Parfaits, Macarons, and more — all falling under $10.

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Vegetable Roll – Katsura Grill (Japan Pavilion)

In the mood for sushi? Grab a Vegetable Roll for $9!

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Of course, there are other rolls you can grab here, but they’ll cost $10 or more!

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Maple Popcorn – Canada Pavilion Popcorn Cart

Over in Canada Pavilion you can grab some Maple Popcorn for $6.50.

Maple Popcorn

Sweet and savory — what more could you ask for?

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Mickey Pretzel With Cheese Sauce – Block & Hans (American Adventure Pavilion)

We’ll end with a classic, the Mickey Pretzel! You can grab one at Block & Hans for $7.50.

Mickey Pretzel

And that wraps up our list! Here are some of our other favorite items at every quick service restaurant in EPCOT. Also, check out some of our favorite items from the 2022 EPCOT Food & Wine Festival.

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2 Replies to “10 Snacks Under $10 In EPCOT”

  1. School bread and maple popcorn. Underated and simple are the lefse in Norway as well. Think cinnamon toast but rolled in soft flatbread.