5 Must-Try Disney World Snacks
Updated: Aug 19, 2020
If you're like me and are all about eating delicious snacks while in the Disney parks, this post is the post for you. Here are five snacks that I have to eat every time I'm in Disney World.
1. Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich
If you have not experienced eating this piece of heaven, it is worth the $8.29 that you pay for it--I promise. You could even split this sandwich between two or three people--it's that big. Now just close your eyes and imagine this: a gigantic, hot Belgian waffle sandwich with Nutella spread inside, topped with FRESH bananas and berries! Your mouth is watering, right? It's not Mickey-shaped, but this snack is definitely Mickey-approved. These can only be found in Magic Kingdom at Sleepy Hollow, which is located in Liberty Square.
2. Joffrey's Iced Cafe Latte
Some may not consider this a snack, but I really love coffee, and I will drink it for fun. They have Joffrey's kiosks located all over the parks, which makes it very convenient if you're not a huge fan of Starbucks but are craving some delicious coffee. You can see all Joffrey's locations here. For those of you who don't know, Joffrey's is Disney's coffee and tea brand. In addition to the Joffrey's kiosks that serve fresh coffee drinks and teas, you can find Joffrey's coffee beans sold in lots of park shops, and they also have it for guests to brew in their resort rooms.
3. Night Blossom
After waiting in the insanely long lines for the two rides in Pandora, Na'vi River Journey and Flight of Passage, you should head on over to Pongu Pongu and sip on their delicious Night Blossom drink. This frozen drink is layered with desert pear limeade and apple slush and topped with passion fruit boba balls. At $6 a piece, these drinks are a bit pricey, but they are just what you need after a hot afternoon spent in Animal Kingdom. Park tip: get your Night Blossom and sit under the Satu'li Canteen pavilion, a nice spot to cool off and relax.
4. Mickey Ice Cream Sandwich
There's nothing better than a Mickey-shaped snack. Whether it be a rice krispie treat or an ice cream sandwich, I will try anything that is Mickey-shaped and probably love it. The Cookies 'n Cream Ice Cream Sandwich is delicious and isn't as messy to eat as a Mickey Ice Cream Bar, so it's my go-to when I'm in the parks and want something chocolatey. The cookies 'n cream ice cream in the center makes it all the more heavenly. You can find these and other ice cream treats all over the parks!
5. Dole Whip
If you like pineapple and you like ice cream, you have to try this tasty treat when you are in Disney. I prefer to get the Pineapple Dole Whip Cup ($4.50), which is just the Pineapple Dole Whip. However, they do sell a Pineapple Dole Whip Float ($5.49), which is the same as I just described except the Dole Whip is in a cup full of Dole Pineapple juice! Dole Whip is a Disney staple snack, so if you haven't tried it before, head on over to Aloha Isle in Magic Kingdom or Captain Cook's in Disney's Polynesian Resort.
What other snacks should I try on my next trip?