Here is a list of 10 Disney snacks that I find yummy and delicious and they are all part of the Disney Dining Plan! Let me know your top snacks!
Dole Whip: The Dole Whip and Disney are famously paired together for a snack that everyone loves!
Rice Krispie Treat: These aren’t your everyday rice krispie treats (although they use the same recipe on the box.) They are HUGE and you can get them in all different kinds of shapes and sizes. You can get them in the shape of Mickey and chocolate covered! They even make all different shapes for whatever season it may be whether is be football, Halloween or Christmas! They are so much fun!
Zebra Dome: These are a little harder to find at Walt Disney World because they can only be found in Disney’s Animal Kingdom lodge either at Boma (a sit-down buffet) or at Mara (a counter service restaurant.) But they are so good! Especially if you are a chocolate fan!
Mickey Ice Cream Bar: Another classic Disney treat, there is nothing too special about this except that it is in the shape of the timeless Mickey head!
Cinnamon Roll: I LOVE cinnamon so this HUGE cinnamon roll that can be found at the Main Street bakery is wonderful. Get one right before wishes and enjoy it while the fireworks light up the nighttime sky. There is nothing better!
Frozen Lemonade: Sure, you can get frozen lemonade everywhere but it just tastes better in Walt Disney World. We usually get ours at the snack cart in Hollywood Studios and they are BIG and refreshing on a hot summer day.
Beignets: These can be found at Disney’s Port Orleans-French Quarter and they are yummy! They are a sweet, doughnut like treat.
Frozen Drinks: Take a trip around the world at Epcot and try some amazing frozen drinks such as the frozen margaritas at the Mexico pavilion and the orange Grand Mariner slush at the France pavilion.
Epcot Food and Wine Festival Booths: If you are lucky enough to go to Disney during EPCOT’s Food and Wine Festival there is no better way to use your snack credits. Mostly everything (besides alcoholic beverages) will count as a snack! We really enjoyed going “around the world” and sampling everything and not having to pull out any money.
Kaki-Gori: This is delicious shaved ice that can be found at the Japan pavilion in Epcot. It is kind of similar to a sno-cone but as always, anything in Disney tastes better! One great thing is that it is fat-free!