13 Great Disney Snacks at Magic Kingdom

    By Stephen Kubiak

    Walking around a theme park all day can work up a hunger. Thankfully, you can relax at the Magic Kingdom Park at the Walt Disney World Resort and enjoy plenty of sweet and salty snacks that will satisfy every taste bud when the need to feed strikes.

    During your next family visit to Disney World, try these 13 treats and if you're looking for more of a dining experience, check out our full guide to Magic Kingdom Restaurants 

    1. Dole Whip at Aloha Isle, Adventureland

    The Dole Whip is a classic treat that's a favorite of first-time visitors and Disney veterans alike. This perfect blend of vanilla and pineapple flavors is perfect for a warm Florida afternoon. Besides, it's made with pineapple, so it's healthy, right?

    2. Country Bears Jug, Frontierland

    What makes a soda more than a soda? You put it in a flashy moonshine jug. Found at a cart across the way from the famous Country Bear Jamboree, this treat doubles as a cool souvenir.


    The classic Dole Whip is the perfect treat for a hot day at Disney

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    Take home your own Country Bears Jug. *Moonshine not included

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    3. Egg Roll at Adventureland Snack Cart, Adventureland

    At under $3, the egg rolls from Adventureland make a great, budget-friendly snack.

    4. Starbucks on Main Street, U.S.A.

    Did you know there’s a full-service Starbucks on Main Street, U.S.A.? Start your morning off with a little jolt of java. You’re going to need it.


    An egg roll from Adventureland makes for a cheap, and tasty, treat

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    Yes, even the Magic Kingdom Park has a Starbucks

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    5. Citrus Swirl at Sunshine Tree Terrace, Adventureland

    Get a taste of the Sunshine State with this citrusy snack that mixes soft-serve ice cream with frozen orange juice. If orange juice isn't for you, you can also order a cup of vanilla ice cream or a raspberry-lemonade slushy.

    6. Churro from Frontierland Cart, Frontierland

    Another classic Disney snack, the churro, a fried-dough pastry lightly dusted in cinnamon and sugar, is perfect for eating on the way to your next attraction.


    Get a little taste of Florida in the Citrus Swirl

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    A classic churro makes for a great handheld snack on the go

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    7. LeFou’s Brew at Gaston’s Tavern, Fantasyland

    Made with frozen apple juice with a hint of toasted marshmallow and topped with a passion fruit-mango foam, this foamy, frothy concoction is perfect for keeping cool on a warm day. If you're still hungry, pair your pint with the ham and cheese-stuffed pretzel.

    8. Popcorn in a Souvenir Bucket, Fantasyland

    Popcorn always makes a great shareable snack. Go for the souvenir popcorn bucket - it comes with a lid so you can save your snack while you ride rides.


    Cool off with LeFou's Brew

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    If you've got a lot of folks in your party, the refillable popcorn bucket comes in handy

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    9. Turkey Leg from Cool Ship, Tomorrowland

    There’s nothing like walking around “The Most Magical Place On Earth” holding a massive hunk of meat. You’re sure to get people pointing as you nibble on this turkey treat.

    10. Mickey Ice Cream Bar, Tomorrowland

    Cool off with this classic ice cream treat but be warned: Once you break the candy shell, you better eat it up fast before it melts.


    If you're walking around with one of these beauties, be prepared for people to stare at you

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    The perfect snack on a warm Florida day

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    11. Hot Dog from Casey’s Corner, Main Street, U.S.A.

    A hot dog makes for quick snack that satisfies and Casey’s Corner on Main Street, U.S.A. makes a good one. You can also get specialty dogs, like the chili-cheese or the macaroni & cheese topped with bacon. Stick around and you may catch the piano player, Jim, playing a few ragtime tunes.

    12. Candy Apple from Main Street Confectionery, Main Street, U.S.A.

    The hardest part about picking out a candied or caramel apple at this old-fashioned candy shop on Main Street is deciding which one to get. Feel like sharing? A cast member will be happy to cut the apple into slices for you.


    Hungry? Make your snack a meal and go for the footlong

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    There are plenty of apples to choose from

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    13. Mickey’s Kitchen Sink Sundae at Plaza Ice Cream Parlor, Main Street, U.S.A.

    You’re not full after all of those other Disney snacks, are you? Mickey’s Kitchen Sink Sundae is two flavors of hand-scooped ice cream, either hot fudge, peanut butter, or caramel topped with whipped cream and two cherries. Grab extra spoons.


    Bring a friend to help you tackle this treat

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    What are some of your favorite Disney snacks?

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    What’s your favorite snack at Walt Disney World? Add yours in the comments below.

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