There are a lot of foods to snack on at Disney World, and that’s not a secret.
And with four parks to account for, not to mention Disney Springs or any of the hotels, the options open to you feel endless. However, if you want to narrow the focus to just Hollywood Studios for your next trip, here are some snacks that you absolutely can’t miss out on!
You can find these little beauties at Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land.
They’re basically for those times when you want a bit more than a snack, but not an entire meal. This hearty bowl layers a variety of feel-good foods on top of crispy tater tots to create a filling snack that is also portable! The crunch from the tater tots and corn chips complement the savory chili, and the cool sour cream and fresh green onions pair perfectly. And that melty cheese always makes everything better.
Over in Galaxy’s Edge, at Ronto Roasters specifically, you can try out a Ronto Wrap, which is a pita wrap filled with roasted pork, grilled pork sausage, peppercorn sauce, and slaw. It has the perfect balance between the heavier flavors of the meat and the fresh, bright taste of the slaw.
There are other versions available too just in case you’re not a fan of pork or want that vegan option. The chicken version comes with marinated flame-seared chicken, cucumber relish, and an herb feta yogurt sauce while the plant-based wrap features plant-based sausage garnished with spicy kimchi slaw, sweet pickled cucumber, and gochujang spread.
Carrot Cake Cookie
Go ahead and try to consider something other than this Carrot Cake Cookie as THE signature item in Hollywood Studios! We dare ya!
This treat is more cake than a cookie as it’s made up of two soft pieces of firm carrot cake with cream cheese frosting in the middle. The cake itself is moist and has a fairly strong carrot flavor which balances out the richness of the frosting. It’s got to be the perfect snack for those with a sweet tooth.
Lunch Box Tart
Let’s skip on back over to Woody’s Lunch Box where we can find the Lunch Box Tart.
Essentially this is a homemade Pop-Tart! It’s a rectangular pastry and can come in tons of different flavors with fun and eye-catching designs. You’ll find different fillings with coordinating fondant and toppings.
You’d think being that this is a Star Wars snack, that it would be over in Galaxy’s Edge, but that’s not the case. If you want to try out this Wookiee Cookie, head on over to Backlot Express.
This cookie is inspired by none other than our personal favorite Wookiee, Chewbacca! It’s made up of two oatmeal cookies, sandwiched together with a fluffy whoopie-pie cream filling. The color of the cookie reminds us of his fur, and it’s even topped with chocolate designed to replicate his bandolier!
When we’re in Hollywood Studios, we like to get our pretzels from BaseLine Tap House and that’s where you’ll find this Bavarian Pretzel.
It comes with both beer cheese and spicy mustard and while the mustard is good, the beer cheese is really what makes this snack! It’s gooey and pairs perfectly with the soft and salty pretzel.
Jack Jack’s Cookie Num Nums
Look, if you want to try one of the best cookies in the park, just head over to The Market. That’s where you’ll find these giant cookies, which are essentially a massive upgrade to your regular chocolate chip cookie.
The cookies come in foil cups and each cookie is packed full of chunky chocolate chips. You really can’t miss these ones!
After that cookie, let’s head over to 50s Prime Time and Tune-In Lounge to grab a PB&J Milkshake.
This thick milkshake is blended with peanut butter and grape jelly to create a comforting beverage that will certainly cool you down during the hot Florida summer.
Outpost Mix Popcorn
Time to hop into our landspeeder and head over to Kat Saka’s Kettle in Galaxy’s Edge where it’s time to get The Outpost Mix Popcorn!
Inside your bag, you’ll find a blend of sweet and fruity purple popcorn, along with savory and spicy red popcorn with a distinct chili flavor. It might not always be the favorite, but in our opinion, we think it’s a great flavor combo!
Green or Blue Milk
While we’re in Galaxy’s Edge, let’s stop at the Milk Stand where you can try the iconic Blue Milk and Green Milk from the Star Wars movie franchise.
Both are made with coconut and rice milk. Blue Milk has flavors of dragon fruit, pineapple, lime, and watermelon, whereas Green Milk is more citrus-flavored with mandarin orange, passion fruit, grapefruit, and orange blossom.
Cookies and Cream Funnel Cake
Now, let’s head on over to Epic Eats where we can stuff our faces with the Cookies and Cream Funnel Cake.
This treat is just layers and layers of goodness. It’s got a perfectly golden brown funnel cake, the right amount of powdered sugar, and it’s sprinkled with chocolate cookie crumbles. It continues with a huge swirl of vanilla soft serve and generous drizzles of chocolate sauce and is topped with two Oreo cookies, making this a snack we can’t resist!
Cold Brew Black Caf
Before leaving Kat Saka’s Kettle in Galaxy’s Edge make sure to grab yourself a Cold Brew Black Caf.
It’s a Joffrey’s cold brew with creamy sweet cream cheese foam and topped with chocolate puffs that look a lot like Cocoa Krispies. Overall, it’s one of our favorite drinks!
California Cheese and Charcuterie Plate
Last up, let’s head back to BaseLine Tap House to grab a California Cheese and Charcuterie Plate.
The plate consists of Toma farmstead cheese, Point Reyes original blue cheese, Laura Chenel’s Sonoma goat cheese, chorizo and calabrese salami, cornichons, grapes, and toasted baguettes.
And those are the top snacks you have to try while you’re in Hollywood Studios. So keep these in mind, have the best Hollywood Studios day, and stay tuned to AllEasrs for all the latest Disney news!
Which of these snacks will you be grabbing on your next trip to Hollywood Studios? Tell us in the comments!