From savory to sweet and from the classic to the whimsical, Magic Kingdom serves up some of the best snacks at Disney World, sure to satisfy every taste bud. The massive choice can leave you confused though. What’s a must-try and what can be skipped? If you’ve worked up an appetite walking around the park, here’s our pick of the best snacks at Magic Kingdom.
To satisfy your sweet tooth, Dole Whip in Adventureland, churros in Frontierland, LeFou’s Brew in Fantasyland, and Mickey ice cream bars in Tomorrowland are all on our list of the best snacks in Magic Kingdom. If you’re craving something savory, we love the bacon mac n cheese spring rolls, fried pot stickers, and sausage gravy tater tots.
But there’s so much more that you can dig into at Magic Kingdom, including some healthy options and some thirst-quenching refreshers. If you’ve been wondering – What are the best snacks in Magic Kingdom? – keep reading to find out!
Best Refreshing Drinks at Magic Kingdom
Dole Whip Float: Available at Aloha Isle in Adventureland, this mouthwatering frozen treat is a blend of vanilla and pineapple flavors and a superb cooler on hot Florida afternoons. You can choose other tropical flavors like raspberry, coconut, watermelon, and cherry (menu rotates seasonally) with a soda of your choice (Coke, Fanta, or Sprite) or take the Dole Whip as a soft serve without soda.
Citrus Swirl: Soft serve ice cream and frozen orange juice combine together to make a refreshing citrusy thirst quencher that is a favorite with Disney regulars. If OJ isn’t to your taste, there’s also a passion fruit flavor in Strawberry Fanta soda topped with popping candy. Available at the Sunshine Tree Terrace in Adventureland.
Country Bear Jamboree Jug: Want to quench your thirst with a soda or raspberry lemonade slush in a take-home a souvenir jug? The Country Bear Jamboree jug, available at the Frontierland Trading Post and Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café, could be just what you’ve been looking for. A unique and flashy moonshine jug, this is sure to evoke fond memories of your vacation when you’re back home.
LeFou’s Brew: This frozen apple juice concoction features a hint of toasted marshmallow and come topped with mango and passion fruit foam. It can be purchased in a souvenir stein. The foamy, frothy mix of tropical flavors is a great way to reenergize and rehydrate. Available at Gaston’s Tavern in Fantasyland.
Brownie sundae: Feeling thirsty with just a hint of hunger pangs? The browniesundae at Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies in Tomorrowland is the just the thing to satisfy both. An oven-fresh brownie served vanilla soft serve ice cream and a choice of strawberry or hot fudge topping, this is one gratifying treat the whole family will love.
Best Savory Snacks at Magic Kingdom
Bacon, macaroni and cheese spring rolls: Often sold out by noon, these finger-licking good spring rolls available at the Adventureland cart are a must-try snack at Magic Kingdom. The cart also serves cheeseburger spring rolls and Reuben Springs rolls with a regularly rotating menu. There’s an option for vegetarians as well. Be warned, though, the bacon mac n’ cheese spring rolls something of a cult following, so don’t be disappointed if you can’t get your hands on them.
Fried pot stickers: These delicious pork and vegetable pot stickers, available at the Sunshine Tree Terrace in Adventureland, are served with a delicious ginger and orange sesame sauce. They’ll be gone in the blink of an eye if you’re not quick.
Sausage gravy tater tots: Head over to The Friar’s Nook in Fantasyland for one of Magic Kingdom’s best snacks – the sausage and gravy tots – which are also available in a souvenir Mickey hat bowl.
Pulled pork sandwich: Want something that fills you up like a proper meal but still qualifies as a snack? The pulled pork barbecue sandwich on brioche bun at The Lunching Pad in Tomorrowland is just the thing for you. Served with a choice of side, this crowd puller is one of our favorite snacks at Magic Kingdom. Want something in beef? The same venue serves an all-beef foot-long hot dog that’s also very good.
Hot dogs: In the mood for some American baseball favorites? Casey’s Corner at Main Street U.S.A. serves up some of the best snacks at Magic Kingdom, including hot dogs, corn dog nuggets, French fries, and soft drinks.
Best Sweet Treats at Magic Kingdom
Mickey ice cream bars: This iconic Magic Kingdom snack is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth and also makes for a great photo op. Available at various ice cream and snack kiosks throughout the park, it’s chocolate-covered vanilla ice cream shaped like a famous head we all know and love. Once you get your hands on one, it’s a race against time – can you eat it all before it melts?
Churros: These classic fried dough snacks are an integral part of Latin American, Spanish, and Portuguese cuisine. Available in Magic Kingdom at the Frontierland cart, they are yummy snacks, lightly dusted with cinnamon and sugar, making them the perfect pick-me-ups as you make your way to the next attraction.
Mickey cinnamon roll: Available in the Main Street Bakery at Main Street U.S.A., Mickey’s cinnamon roll is a great accompanied to a selection of Starbucks frappucinos and refreshers. Still hungry? Get the spinach, feta, and egg-white breakfast wrap and make a meal out of it.
Fruit and Nutella waffle sandwich: A hot waffle topped with fresh bananas and strawberries and slathered with gooey Nutella is the stuff of dessert dreams. This filling snack, available at Sleepy Hollow Inn near Liberty Square, is also sold in a savory version topped with spicy sweet chicken and slaw.
Pineapple upside down cake: This refreshing snack is a deliciously moist pineapple upside down cake topped with Dole Whip in a choice of flavors. Can’t wait to try it? Head over to Aloha Isle in Adventureland and dig in.
Best Healthy Snacks at Magic Kingdom
Greek salad: This hearty and filling salad available at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café in Tomorrowland is great for anyone who’s watching their calories. Also available at the same location are healthy veggie sandwiches and burgers and a no-added-sugar mango gelato.
Lighthouse sandwich: This tomato, broccoli, and hummus sandwich on toasted multigrain bread at Columbia Harbor House in Liberty Square hits the spot while ensuring you stay within your calorie limit.
Chicken strawberry sandwich: Go on over to the Plaza Restaurant, located between Tomorrowland and Main Street U.S.A., for one of the best Magic Kingdom snacks that won’t leave you feeling guilty. Bursting with delicious cucumbers, greens, strawberries, and grilled chicken, tossed in a white zinfandel vinaigrette, this all-time favorite has been on the menu forever.
Mediterranean salad: Featuring roasted red peppers, red onions, greens, black olives, chicken, and mozzarella, this quick fill-me-up is available at Pinocchio Village Haus in Fantasyland. Craving something sweet? Get the no-added-sugar gelato for some guilt-free snacking.
Southwest chicken salad: This is a salad ticks all the boxes if you’re looking for something healthy and filling. Available at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Café and Inn, it’s a great way to kill the hunger pangs without killing your diet plan.
One thing is for sure. When you spend the day at Magic Kingdom, you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to snacking. We’ve got our favorites, but tell us what you think are the best snacks at Magic Kingdom in the comments below.