20 Must-Try Disney World Snacks For 2020
If you’re planning a family vacation to Walt Disney World in 2020 then you’ll definitely want to experience some of the best eats and treats that the resort has to offer! That’s where we come in! We’ve rustled up twenty of our favorite goodies for you to try during the year ahead! Some are tried-and-true classics and others are just recently on-our-radar. We don’t think you can go wrong with any of the delicious options on our list so bring your appetites and tuck in!
Te Fiti Cone – Pineapple Lanai – Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
If you’re planning a Disney getaway, then no doubt you’ve heard about the iconic Dole Whip treats. You can try out the original at Adventureland in the Magic Kingdom or try one of the delightful new variations cropping up at Disney World. One of our favorites is the lime-flavoured version you’ll get at the Polynesian Resort garnished with an Orchid. It costs $5.29.
Le Fou’s Brew – Gastons Tavern- Magic Kingdom
This is one of my personal favorites and really cools you off on a hot day. Head over to New Fantasyland to try out this delicious blend of frozen apple juice, toast marshmallow and topped with a passion-fruit mango foam. You can pick one up for $5.79 or $12.99 if you want one of the souvenir cups pictured above.
A Treat From the Cupcake ATM at Sprinkles – Disney Springs
You can’t go wrong with ANY of the tasty selections you’ll find at this beloved cupcake shop and it tastes even more delicious because it comes from a cupcake ATM! Not only does this make for the perfect Disney Springs photo op but you get a delicious treat at the end. Our favorite cupcake is the Red Velvet with delicious cream cheese frosting! It’s delightful! Also, be sure to ask for special flavors- they change them up regularly!
Popcorn Cart – Future World- Epcot
Popcorn is an absolute Disney staple and it wouldn’t be a visit to the Mouse without picking up at least one bucket. Our favorite place to go for popcorn is the cart you’ll find near Journey Into the Imagination With Figment in Future World at Epcot. Here they serve up three delicious flavors: Cheddar Cheese, Buffalo Blue Cheese, and Sour Cream. Our quick tip: Ask for a mix and you’ll get all three layered into one box. But have those wet wipes at the head as it’s messy!
Poutine – The Daily Poutine – Disney Springs
Now you don’t have to go North of the Boarder to give this much-loved Canadian comfort food a try. You’ll find The Daily Poutine next to World of Disney where they serve up this delicious treat made from cheese curds and fries. You can go traditional with a savory beef gravy or mix it up with other combinations like the Italian Poutine that comes with Mozzarella, Pecorino Romano and a Turkey Bolognese Sauce. One serving will set you back $9.99.
Minnie Dessert Taco – Cookie Dough and Everything Sweet – Disney Springs
Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich on Fresh Baked Cookie – Hollywood Scoops – Hollywood Studios
There is no dessert more divine than your choice of ice cream flavors sandwiched deliciously between two fresh-out of the oven chocolate chip cookies! That’s exactly what they do at Hollywood Scoops on Sunset Boulevard. Trust us when we say its as good as it sounds! Order yours for $5.49!
Ice Cream – L’Artisans des Glace – Epcot
L’Artisans des Glace in the France Pavilion at Epcot has 16 delicious flavors of hand-crafted frozen treats including ice cream and sorbet that change seasonally—like Caramel fleur de sel and Coconut White Chocolate. If you’re looking to try something new, the chocolate macaron ice cream sandwich is magnifique! But our most favorite has to be the Croque Glace. You pick one scoop of your favorite ice cream, choice of sauce and then your selections are pressed between the layers of a warm Brioche bun!
Pongu Lumpia – Pongu Pongu – Animal Kingdom
I’m a huge fan of this sweet treat that you’ll find at Pandora- The World of Avatar. Think a crispy egg roll with delicious pineapple and cream cheese filling! It makes the perfect quick breakfast item or is also a nice snack to bring with you while you tackle that Flight of Passage queue! At $3.29 it also won’t break the bank!
Toydaria Swirl – Milk Stand- Hollywood Studios
Loaded Fries – Chicken Guy! – Disney Springs
You guys, I could go on about how amazing the loaded fries are at Chicken Guy! all day! Thankfully many Disney regulars agree with me which is why you’ll typically see the line for Guy Fieri’s fast food shop wind onto the sidewalk at its Disney Springs location! The fries come smothered with Super Melty Cheese, chopped grilled chicken, bacon and green onions! An order will set you back $7.79.
Kakigori – Kabuki Cafe – Epcot
This is one of those treats that I have to have every time I’m at Disney and that is perfect in its simplicity! Kakigori is a Japanese shaved ice. It comes in a variety of flavors including Rainbow, Strawberry, Melon, Cherry, Tangerine and Blue Raspberry. For a special decadent treat add the sweet milk topping for $5.50. However, be prepared to sit and indulge as the ice is heaped so high it takes some creative manoeuvring!
Nutella Waffle Sandwich – Sleepy Hollow – Magic Kingdom
This treat frequently tops the list of best Disney snacks and its easy to understand why. The Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich is smothered in Nutella and then piled high with delicious seasonal fruit! It is the perfect treat any time of day and will set you back $8.29.
Corn Dog Nuggets – Casey’s Corner – Magic Kingdom
The corn dog nuggets at Casey’s Corner in the Magic Kingdom have a bit of a cult following! Here at MickeyBlog, we have to agree that when it comes to a quick on-the-go savory snack it doesn’t get much better than this! You can order them the traditional way with cheese sauce for $9.99 or (our favorite) loaded with cheese sauce, chilli-lime seasoning, sliced jalapenos, diced tomatoes, garlic ranch, corn chips and green onions for a dollar more!
Frozen Cokes – Drinkwallah – Animal Kingdom
I was so gutted when they stopped offering the Frozen Cokes in Liberty Square because I can’t think of a better way to cool off during a hot Orlando afternoon. But not to worry, you can still get them at Drinkwallah in Animal Kingdom as you head to Kali River Rapids or Expedition Everest. You can get a standard Frozen Coke for $4.99 or add a splash of spiced rum for $11.00.
Turkey Legs – Fife and Drum Tavern -Epcot
No snack captures the imaginations of carnivores everywhere quite like the giant Turkey Legs you’ll find at Walt Disney World. Our favorite place to pick one up is at the Fife and Drum Tavern in Epcot. Here are jumbo leg will set you back $13.25. But trust us when we say it will keep you full for ages!
Arendelle Aqua Cone – Storybook Treats – Magic Kingdom
For those looking for a magical treat it doesn’t get much more whimsical than this! Head over to Storybook Treats in Fantasyland for this cotton candy-flavored soft-serve cone with cotton candy sugar, sprinkles and Mickey Sugar Cube! It costs $5.99.
Cookies and Cream Funnel Cake – Epic Eats – Hollywood Studios
Cheshire Cat Tail – Cheshire Cafe- Magic Kingdom
Most Beautiful Cake – Harambe Market – Animal Kingdom
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