10 Best Disney World Snacks You Must Try

A Disney vacation entails more than simply rides and attractions. In fact, Disney World's cuisine is almost as well-liked as the 50-year-old theme park itself! There are delectable pastries, fruit beverages in neon colors, and all the Mickey-shaped delicacies you could possibly want.

Choosing where and what to eat in Walt Disney World is half the fun of traveling there. Sweet or savory, the food there is great (and typically ready to be Instagrammed). We've listed the top flavors and must-try items below, categorized by the park, and we promise you won't regret trying any of them.

Dole Whip


Dole Whip (also known as Dole Soft Serve) is a dairy-free soft serve frozen treat invented in 1984 by Dole Food Company. Although cherry, mango, lemon, watermelon, orange, raspberry, strawberry, and lime are the other eight fruit varieties available, the original pineapple flavor is the most popular. Because it tastes great and is cool in the sweltering Florida heat, this vegan soft-serve pineapple dessert is a cult favorite. Dole Whip is now available in several parks since it has become such popularity.

Jumbo Turkey Legs


One of the most well-liked concessions in the parks is the Disney gigantic turkey legs. The gigantic turkey leg, a tacky food item long sold at Renaissance fairs, first appeared in Disney World in the late 1980s. It was initially only offered at one food cart in Frontierland of Magic Kingdom, close to Big Al's. You can now find them in many locations at Walt Disney World, making it simple to determine where to make an order for one of these men. The enormous meaty leg appears almost prehistoric in your hands and will keep you full for a while.

Cheshire Cat Tail


Cheshire Cat Tail is a pastry that pays homage to the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland by having a cream filling, dripping with chocolate chips, and being frosted in pink and purple. It is a sweet croissant loaded with chocolate and cream that is ideal for Alice's tea party or as a side to the cold brew coffee.

Mickey Waffles


One of Disneyland's most well-known foods is Mickey waffle, which is perfect if you're yearning a tiny fluffy bit of bliss. This smooth, tasty waffle is the perfect way to cap off the journey. The patented recipe for these waffles, developed 80 years ago, is made of high-quality wheat, flour, and cornmeal combined with premium malt and natural flavorings.

Cinnamon Roll


The cinnamon rolls at Disney World will make you fall in love. The large Mickey Cinnamon Roll at the Creature Comforts Starbucks in Animal Kingdom is the favorite. They can make a nice quick breakfast bite with a cup of coffee to start the day. You can easily share a Mickey Cinnamon Roll with another person. That’s how huge it is! When you visit Animal Kingdom, you should definitely think about trying one of them to start your day.



One of the iconic snacks in Disney World is the churro, which is available at all of the Disney World venues (presented with chocolate sauce for dipping!). The best thing, though, is that the parks provide limited-edition churros and seasonal menu items. Yes, the special ones! Churros have been made with s'mores filling, pumpkin spice, Star Wars themes, and other festive holiday flavors. You can always find some kind of delicious, sugary churro offering at Walt Disney World, no matter what time of year you visit.

Corn Dogs


Crispy little corn dogs that have been dunked in a sweet cornmeal batter. This delightful treat is available at Casey's Corner in Disney's Magic Kingdom. These are incredibly delicious and filling. These miniature corn dog nibbles, drenched in cheese sauce, are the best savory munching around! You can even pair them with fries and you are good to go for a while.

Mickey Pretzel 


A Mickey Pretzel and a container of that cheese sauce are sometimes all you need, despite the fact that this Disney World favorite has been there for years. These cheesy, salty, and substantial snacks are fantastic for a Disney World snack, but they are also great after a few alcoholic drinks (particularly after touring World Showcase). If you haven't tried it yet, make sure you do it on your next vacation to Disney World.

Blueberry Cream Cheese Mousse


The most amazing and Instagrammable treats may be found in Animal Kingdom. This blueberry delicacy is almost too beautiful to eat, but you must taste it! You can get it at Satu'li Canteen in the Pandora area of the park. A sumptuous way to end your meal is to combine blueberries with passion fruit and a little meringue.

Blue Milk


Visit the milk kiosk at Galaxy's Edge during your Disney World vacation if you're a true Star Wars fan and if you want to drink blue milk like Luke Skywalker. This drink is available in both alcoholic and non-alcoholic varieties, however, the best way the flavor can be described is to compare it to a Pina Colada.