Did someone say snacks?
Snacks are an essential part of any day at Walt Disney World. Whether you’re having a resort day, exploring the parks, or even exploring all of what the other resorts have to offer, there are snacks to be had!
Quincy, Fry Bucket, and Emma recently did a Snack Around the World Challenge, and you can watch their video right here!
Now here’s a list of some of our favorite, lesser-known snacks around Disney property that will blow your mind!
Ice Cream Martini
The ice cream martini is a delicious combination of– you guessed it– ice cream and alcohol. Located at L’Artisan des Glaces in the France pavilion at EPCOT, this treat is sure to satisfy on a hot day.
They have 16 different flavors of ice cream or sorbet that you can choose from and three different alcohol choices– whipped cream flavored vodka, Grand Marnier, and rum. There is bound to be a flavor combination for anyone!
Hand-dipped Corn Dogs
There are many places around Disney World where you are able to get a delicious corn dog. This snack is located at Sleepy Hollow Refreshments in Liberty Square at Magic Kingdom and we’ve got to tell you why its so special.
Like the name suggests, this corn dog is hand-dipped and made to order. That’s right, they dip it in the batter right as you order it and make it right there on the spot. If there is one thing we love, it is FRESH food.
We know, there are many different cinnamon rolls located around Disney property. We promise, this one is special. This cinnamon roll is sold at Gaston’s Tavern in Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom, and it is delicious.
Gaston’s Tavern is tucked in the back of Fantasyland and can be hard to miss — but it has one of the best cinnamon rolls we have ever had. It’s equal parts sweet and savory and is gooey in all of the best ways. You can even ask for extra icing to dip it in! Don’t forget to grab some silverware and napkins — it can get messy. It is also huge, so that means it’s a great snack to share!
Mr. Kamals Seasoned Fries
These fries are seasoned and cooked to perfection. They are served with siracha mayo and are a simple and delicious snack to have while wandering through Asia or sitting by the Discovery River enjoying the views!
Pulled Pork Nachos
The nachos are topped with cheese, spicy mayo, pico de gallo, and pineapple salsa. They are savory yet full of tropical flavors and are an excellent addition to your resort-hopping snack list.
Mardi Gras Fritters
These fritters are full of pimento cheese and covered in panko bread crumbs. They are served with a sweet and spicy pepper jelly that pairs so well with the fritters. If you find yourself at Port Orleans Riverside, make sure you give these a try!
The California Cheese and Charcuterie Plate
This plate features Toma Farmstead Cheese, Point Reyes Original Blue Cheese, Laura Chenel’s Sonoma Goat Cheese, Chorizo and Calabrese Salami, cornichons, grapes and toasted baguettes. This snack is perfect if you want something to share with your friends or family for a snack break on an otherwise busy park day.
There are so many snack options to choose from! Whether you go with something on this list or a tried and true snack that everyone loves, you can’t go wrong!
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