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Best Snacks at Disney World: 22 Options to Try

Want to know what the best snacks at Disney World are? Well, you’ve come to the right place!

In this post, I’ll talk about the 22 best snacks at Disney World, across all of the parks, resorts, and entertainment districts.

Best snacks at Disney World

Closeup of the triple chocolate cupcake from Be Our Guest at Disney World's Magic Kingdom.
Photo by Jimmy DeFlippo, courtesy of Disney Parks.

Disney World is a fabulous spot for a foodie vacation, especially with its food-centric festivals at Epcot, like the Flower & Garden Festival and Food & Wine Festival.

With so many delicious options, it can be hard to decide what to spend money or snack credits on.

Don’t worry – I got you!

Across all my trips at Disney World, my family and I have snacked our little hearts out to tell you what’s worth it and what’s not.

This list has a little something for everyone – sweet, savory, salty, tart, and delightful combos of these flavor profiles.

Artisan ice cream

Closeup of a hand holding a waffle cone with raspberry ice cream in front of a store sign.

Sometimes you just want some ice cream!

While you can get ice cream or soft serve at many of the counter service restaurants at Disney World, nothing beats L’Artisan des Glaces at Epcot’s France pavilion.

At this ice cream shop, you can choose from around a dozen different flavors of ice cream, and several flavors of sorbet.

But that’s not all…

In addition to a classic cone or dish, you can get your favorite ice cream flavor…

  1. In a brioche bun stuffed with your choice of flavor, then pressed warm (Croque Glacé)
  2. Plopped in an iced latte (Café Glacé)
  3. With Grand Marnier & whipped cream vodka or rum (Ice Cream Martini)

On top of all of those fun options, they also have French macarons with ice cream in the middle!


Closeup of a person holding a bag of churro flavored popcorn from Main Street Bakery.

You can’t go wrong with classic popcorn at Disney World!

Whether you get a paper bag filled with fresh popped popcorn, a pre-filled take-home bag in a variety of flavors, or a keepsake popcorn bucket filled to the brim, your tastebuds will thank you.

This treat can be found pretty much anywhere at the Disney World theme parks, so you won’t have to hunt for it. 

If you’re interested in trying fun flavors outside of the usual butter, kettle corn or cheddar, head to Epcot’s World Showcase.

At the Germany pavilion you can get Werther’s caramel popcorn and at the Canada pavilion, you can get maple-flavored popcorn.

Night Blossom

Closeup of a pink and green Night Blossom slushy with yellow boba on top.

I love to grab one of these tart slushie’s at Pongu Pongu before popping into line for Flights of Passage or the Na’vi River Journey. 

The Night Blossom is super refreshing, especially with the boba that bursts in your mouth with a tart passion fruit liquid.

Plus, if you want a bit of a kick, you can get the Rum Blossom, which is just the Night Blossom with rum added to it!


Closeup of a cupcake with yellow frosting, a candy honeycomb, candy bumblebees, and yellow and black candy pearls on top from Disney World's Animal Kingdom.
Photo by Kent Phillips, courtesy of Disney Parks.

It’s hard to call out an individual cupcake flavor, as there are so many delicious flavors available across all of the parks and resorts at Disney World. 

But if you’re looking for something sugary sweet, you can’t go wrong with a classic cupcake! 

Here are a few of my favorite spots to get cupcakes at Disney World:

  1. Animal Kingdom: Creature Comforts, Harambe Market, Terra’s Treats, and Zuri’s Sweets Shop
  2. Epcot: Fountain View Cafe, Karamell-Küche, and Sunshine Seasons
  3. Hollywood Studios: Rosie’s All American Cafe and Trolley Car Cafe
  4. Magic Kingdom: Be Our Guest, Gaston’s Tavern, and Main Street Bakery
  5. Disney Springs: Erin McKenna’s Bakery and Sprinkles 
  6. Disney’s Boardwalk: BoardWalk Bakery

Mickey premium ice cream bar

One of my sisters’ favorite snack at Disney World is the classic Mickey premium ice cream bar. It’s simple, but refreshing, especially on a hot day, and not overly sweet. 

The best part is that now you can buy them at your local grocery store, too! 

They are a bit pricey compared to similar ice cream bars at the grocery store.

But when you’re craving something Disney or have a special occasion to celebrate, I think they are worth the cost.

Norwegian school bread

Closeup of Norwegian School Bread topped with custard and toasted coconut.

Norwegian school bread is another long time favorite snack for Disney World guests. It’s a cardamom bun stuffed with custard and topped with coconut. 

It is absolutely devine – very sweet, a teeny bit spicy from the cardamom, and a very light crunch from the coconut.

You can get School Bread from Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe at Epcot’s Norway pavilion.

Petite cakes

Closeup of 2 miniature cakes, L-R: Pixar's Soul theme and Disney's Princess Tiana theme.
Photo courtesy of Disney Parks.

If you’re celebrating something special while at Disney World, I highly recommend stopping by Amorette’s Patisserie in Disney Springs for a petite cake. 

These gorgeous cakes are elaborately decorated to an ever-changing list of Disney themes – princesses, Wandavision, Soul, and Princess & the Frog to name a few.

Check out their Instagram page to check out the themes they have available during your visit.

Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew

Closeup of the Purple Reign combo (iced chai with ube coconut milk and a purple ube glazed donut) from Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew in Disney Springs.
Credit: AaronVan Photography for Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew.

I love me a sweet and sugary donut paired with an iced cold brew coffee or latte!

While donuts can be found at many food kiosks throughout the parks and resorts, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew in Disney Springs is the top spot.

At Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew you can get classic and fancy schmancy donuts, as well as a variety of coffees and lattes, like the Purple Reign iced chai and purple ube glazed donut pictured above.

Sandwiches, fries, spiked coffee, flavored milk, and soft drinks are also available at this new Disney Springs restaurant.

Mickey crisped rice treats

Closeup of a candy coated rice krispy treat shaped like a Mickey Mouse head.

One of my all time favorite snacks at Disney World are Mickey crisped rice treats. Or as we all call them rice krispy treats, even if they aren’t actually made with Rice Krispy cereal.

I always get a few at Goofy’s Candy Co in Disney Springs on my last day there to take home with me.

It’s a great way to use up snack credits if you have any left over from the Disney Dining Plan.

At Goofy’s Candy Co in Disney Springs, you can get your Mickey Krispy Treats decorated with your favorite toppings, like M&Ms, sprinkles, chocolate, white chocolate, and more.

I love that I can customize them to include the candies or sweets I’m craving at the time!

Key Lime Pie on a Stick

Photo collage with 2 vertical photos: Closeup of a blue colored white chocolate pop and closeup of a bite taken out of the same pop to show key lime pie filling and a graham cracker crust.

If you love tart and tangy snacks, you have to try the Key Lime Pie on a Stick at Hollywood Studios.

This popsicle-like treat includes key lime pie filling and graham cracker crust enveloped by blue-tinted white chocolate. The combination of tangy key lime and sweet white chocolate is utter perfection.

You can get this snack at Hollywood Studios at the Neighborhood Bakery at Pixar Place.


Closeup of 3 Mickey beignets covered in powdered sugar.

Tiana fans – this one’s for you! 

Did you know you can get Mickey Mouse shaped beignets, similar to the ones Tiana makes in Princess & the Frog, at Disney World? Yes, it’s true!

These delicious bite-sized snacks are very similar to fried dough, but with more pockets of air in the middle, and are served warm with powdered sugar on top.

The bad side? You can’t get these delicious beignets at the parks, so you’ll have to stay at or make the trek to Port Orleans – French Quarter if you want a taste. 

The beignets are available at Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory at the Port Orleans – French Quarter resort.

Here’s to hoping they expand availability of this snack in the future!

Jumbo Turkey Leg

Closeup of a sign that reads "Featuring Turkey Legs & Popcorn: Fife & Drum Tavern."

One of the most expensive snacks at Disney World is the jumbo turkey leg, with prices ranging from $12.49 to $14.49.

And believe me – when they say jumbo, they really do mean jumbo!

This giant meat on a stick bone is big enough to be a, but can easily be shared as a snack.

The best places to get a jumbo turkey leg at Disney World are:

  1. Epcot: Fife & Drum Tavern
  2. Magic Kingdom: Liberty Square Market
  3. Magic Kingdom: Sleepy Hollow Refreshments

Candy apples

Personally I’m not a huge fan of candy apples, but my sister is!

Whether you get them covered in chocolate or smothered in caramel, you’re bound to get something that is yummy AND super Instagram worthy. 

One thing I do love about candy apples at Disney World is that they often change up the designs for the season and for special occasions. 

For example, pumpkins with Mickey ears, Minnie with red and green polka dots, snowflakes, or even themed to the latest Disney movie release.

Mickey pretzels

Closeup of a woman holding a large Mickey Mouse pretzel, one of the most popular snacks at Disney World.

When I need something a little salty or savory, I go for the iconic Mickey Mouse shaped pretzel.

It’s soft, it’s carb-y, it’s a little bit salty, which is exactly what you need sometimes.

The Mickey pretzel is even better with some cheese dip that I don’t think is actually cheese (but it’s still good, and that’s all I care about).

Lefou’s Brew

Closeup of 2 people clinking souvenir mugs filled with Lefou's Brew at Disney World's Magic Kingdom.
Photo by Matt Stroshane, courtesy of Disney Parks.

Head to Fantasyland in Magic Kingdom for this icy drink that’s perfect on a hot day: Lefou’s Brew.

This refreshing drink is apple juice with marshmallow flavor with passion fruit and mango foam on top – Starbucks, look out!

For an extra cost, you can get Lefou’s Brew in a souvenir mug similar to the one seen in the animated classic, Beauty and the Beast, during the Gaston musical scene.


Closeup of classic poutine from the Canada pavilion at Disney World's Epcot.

What the heck is poutine, you ask? 

Poutine is a traditional Canadian snack consisting of french fries, gravy, and squeaky cheese curds. It sounds weird, but it tastes heavenly!

You can get this delicious snack at Epcot’s Canada pavilion or at The Daily Poutine food kiosk at Disney Springs.

The Daily Poutine servers a variety of versions of this savory snack, such as Latin poutine with pulled pork, black beans, and cotija cheese and Italian poutine with meat sauce, mozzarella, and pecorino romano cheese.


For a light, yet delicious snack, I recommend churros. Churros are a crunchy, lightly fried dough snack cut into sticks and covered with cinnamon and sugar. 

You can often get them at Disney World with other topping options, like Nutella or rose gold sugar. 

A few places you can get churros at Disney World are:

  1. Animal Kingdom: Dino Diner
  2. Animal Kingdom: Nomad Lounge
  3. Blizzard Beach: Warming Hut
  4. Coronado Springs Resort: Three Bridges Bar & Grill
  5. Disney Springs: Disney Springs Marketplace
  6. Disney Springs: Paradiso 37
  7. Epcot: La Cantina de San Angel
  8. Hollywood Studios: Anaheim Produce
  9. Magic Kingdom: Cool Ship
  10. Magic Kingdom: Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe

Pineapple Dole whip

Closeup of a woman holding a cup of pineapple Dole whip soft serve with pineapple juice.

The one, the only, the iconic pineapple Dole whip! This soft serve ice cream is a long time favorite of Disney fans. 

Part of the allure of this loved-by-many snack at Disney World used to be that you could only get it at Disney World, Disneyland, and Hawaii. 

But over the years, pineapple Dole whip has started to pop up all over the US, likely due to its popularity at the Disney parks.

For example, in my home city of Boston, Citrus & Salt has boozy pineapple Dole whip on its dessert menu. 

Learn more about where you can get Dole Whip at Disney World in this post.

Starbucks Iced Coffee Drinks

Closeup of a pink strawberry frappucino against a bright yellow background.
Photo courtesy of Starbucks.

OK, so not exactly unique to Disney World – but if you love Starbucks, then you’ll be happy to learn that there are 6 Starbucks at Disney World!

The best part is, if you have the Disney Dining Plan, you can use snack credits on any size drink! Woohoo!

Mickey ice cream sandwich

Photo of a young girl smiling in a stroller while holding a Mickey ice cream sandwich, a classic ice cream treat at Disney World.

Another classic snack at Disney World is the Mickey-shaped ice cream sandwich.

My niece loves these (as you can tell from the photo above)! 

This snack is pretty simple: vanilla ice cream sandwiched between two soft chocolate cookies, all in the shape of Mickey Mouse.

You can find Mickey ice cream sandwiches at nearly every snack stand that serves ice cream, so they aren’t hard to find, either. 

GIANT chocolate chip cookies

Closeup of a giant chocolate chip cookie, one of the most popular snacks at Disney World, from Gideon's Bakehouse.
Photo courtesy of Gideon’s Bakehouse.

These giant chocolate chip cookies hail from Orlando bakery called Gideon’s.

They are so massive that they explicitly state on their menu that the cookie should be split by at least 2 people.

While they used to be sold at The Polite Pig in Disney Springs, they are no longer available because Gideon’s has opened a Disney Springs location!

Located in The Landing on the opposite side of Morimoto Asia, head to this bakery early on if you want to grab a specific flavor as they go FAST!

Vegan & gluten free snacks at Disney World

If you’re vegan or gluten-free and want in on the snack party, head to Erin McKenna’s Bakery in Disney Springs.

All of the pastries and treats at Erin McKenna’s Bakery are vegan, gluten-free! Plus, they use non-GMO ingredients and they are certified Kosher. 

NOTE: While their treats are also soy-free, some of their ingredients are processed in facilities that also handle soy products, so there is a slight chance of cross-contamination with soy.

What are your favorite snacks at Disney World?

Leave a comment below and let me know what your favorite snacks at Disney World are!

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