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Bucket List Worthy Snacks at Magic Kingdom

Bucket List Worthy Snacks at Magic Kingdom
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Mickey Pretzels, Mickey Premium Bars, Turkey Legs and Popcorn. These delicious treats are probably some of the most popular snacks in Disney World, and most likely the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the words “Disney Snacks”. Don’t get me wrong, they are amazing and we try to get at least one of them on our trip each time we visit.  Today, however, we are going to go through some different Disney snacks that you need to put on your bucket list next time you visit Magic Kingdom.

As a quick disclaimer, not all items on this list may be Disney Dining Plan snack eligible. If they are, they will be labeled as such. Sometimes I have put items on the list that may be a little pricier or larger than a snack credit because they are great to share.  

With that said, hopefully the Disney Dining Plan will return sooner rather than later!

Also, it needs mentioned that not all dining locations are currently open. Some of the items on this list may not currently be available or may have moved to another location.

Cheshire Cat Tail – Cheshire Cafe, By Mad Tea Party

This amazing pastry packs so much awesomeness in such a small package.

The Cheshire Cat Tail was initially removed during the parks re-opening as the Cheshire Cafe was closed. However, it was recently added to another location!

This is basically a chocolate pastry twist filled with chocolate chips and drizzled with purple and pink icing. You would not expect a simple chocolate pastry to be so good, but it really is!

It is warm and gooey and the icing makes it even better! This is a great grab and go breakfast option while you are in the parks. The Cheshire Cat tail is priced at $5.49 and is Disney Dining Plan (DDP) snack eligible.

While the cat tail’s home is at Cheshire Cafe, it is currently at another location!

Lime Dole Whip – Storybook Treats, Fantasyland

I know, I know, Dole Whip is about as common and plentiful in Disney as all things Mickey-shaped, but I feel that it needs to be mentioned nonetheless. Now of course there’s the original pineapple flavor that we all know and love, but Disney has been bringing us a bunch of new flavors that are quickly becoming as popular as the original.

Today I am focusing on the Lime Dole Whip. This can be found at Storybook Treats in Fantasyland. We have seen many different variations using the lime Dole Whip such as the Tinkerbell cone, the Maleficent cone (during Halloween), and the Peter Pan float served with Sprite.

We recently visited Storybook Treats and just got a cup of pure Lime Dole Whip. It is the perfect treat for a hot Florida day. It’s a bit tart, but that works in my opinion. It’s a great option for those looking for something less sweet. 

A basic cup of lime dole whip will cost you $5.99. If you would like the Dole Whip with Sprite, the Peter Pan Float is $6.99. Both items are DDP snack eligible.

Pizza Spring Rolls- Spring Roll Cart, Adventureland

The spring roll cart has been a staple in Adventureland for many years and has featured many different flavors over that time. If you don’t know to look for it though, you might just walk right past it. But don’t! These springs rolls are so good!

The Spring Roll Cart is located just off to the right side as you approach the Adventureland entrance sign.

The current spring roll flavors are Pizza and Cheeseburger. I am told the cheeseburger ones are very popular and taste just like a McDonald’s hamburger. For me this is a total miss because it has pickles inside of it, and that is one food I cannot stand.

For that reason, we decided to try out the pizza spring rolls instead and it was an excellent choice!

The spring rolls were filled with lots of pepperoni and mozzarella cheese. The outside of the rolls were nice and crispy and they give you a small cup of marinara sauce for dipping.

You get two springs rolls, so if you would like to try one of each they will do that for you too. A set of two springs rolls costs $7.50 and they are not DDP snack eligible.

Unfortunately, this cart is not available at Magic Kingdom at the moment. Hopefully it returns soon!

Churro Ice Cream Sandwich- Sleepy Hollow Refreshments, Liberty Square

I’ll be honest with you. There isn’t anything on the menu at Sleep Hollow Refreshments that isn’t amazing. I could (and probably should) put every menu item on this list, but then it would be a VERY long list. I will control myself and just pick a few stand out items.

For me, that has to be the churro ice cream sandwich. First off, who doesn’t love churros? That perfect crispy outside and warm soft inside covered in cinnamon sugar… now roll that into a circular bun and stick a big scoop of vanilla ice cream in between. This is one of my favorite snacks in Disney.

It is pretty large, so you can definitely share it between two people. Just know that because the churros are warm, they tend to melt the ice cream pretty quickly, making this a very messy snack. The churro sandwich is $6.99.

Strawberry Sundae – Storybook Treats, Fantasyland

We are heading back over to Storybook Treats for a snack that has been on our family’s bucket list for years. Storybook Treats was previously named Mrs. Pott’s Cupboard and to this day, we refer to this sundae as “Mrs. Potts”.

Back then, it used to be a strawberry shortcake sundae. We often used to order it without the shortcake, because it was so dry. Then one day, the shortcake option disappeared and we were left with just the vanilla soft-serve ice cream, strawberry sauce and whipped cream.

This to me is the perfect combo, and it is so refreshing on a hot day. It’s totally shareable if you don’t want to eat the entire thing yourself. The sundae costs $5.49.

Creamy Bacon Macaroni and Cheese Tots- The Friar’s Nook, Fantasyland

For those of you who love your carbs, this is the snack for you! This would be a great lunch entree, but is also large enough to share.

The macaroni and cheese is topped with bacon, green onions, sour cream and tater tots. The tots add the perfect crispy texture to combat all the creaminess of the Mac & Cheese.

This item will cost you $10.99. Hopefully, Friar’s Nook will reopen soon so you can grab this amazing dish!

Mickey Waffle with Strawberries and Whipped Cream- Sleepy Hollow Refreshments, Liberty Square

Once again, we are on our way back to Sleepy Hollow Refreshments for another amazing sweet treat. You can get a basic giant Mickey Waffle with powdered sugar for $5.79 or you can make it even more awesome and get it with strawberries and whipped cream.

This thing is huge! It’s great to split amongst the whole family. Grab one while you are waiting to catch a cavalcade or just for a mid-afternoon pick-me-up.

It is important to note that the plain Mickey Waffle is DDP snack eligible (when the dining plan is offered), but according to their menu, the strawberries and cream version is not. That one will cost you $6.79 out of pocket.

There are so many more snacks out there to try that this list will never be complete. We will be sure to let you know of any new and exciting bucket list worthy snacks in the future too!

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