Kids at Disney World's Magic Kingdom eating Mickey-shaped chocolate dipped ice-cream bars.
Delicious Foods To Try Next Time You’re At Disney's Magic Kingdom
This treat is so beloved it has a cult following. A perfect treat for those with special dietary requirements, it’s dairy-free, gluten-free, and certified vegan.
Dole Pineapple Whip
The expanded menu at Aloha Isle in Adventureland offers many varieties, including pineapple and vanilla swirl, upside-down cake, Dole Whip float, coconut, and piña colada.
This treat, sold at many snack food kiosks throughout the park, is one of the more affordable snacks at Disney with the magical bonus of the Mickey Mouse shape.
Mickey Pretzels
Seasoned fans recommend splurging for the surcharge for a side of pretzel dipping cheese or picking one up at the Frontierland Churro Cart to nab a side of tasty chocolate sauce.
At the Main Street Confectionary, create your own special popcorn recipe. Start by choosing your base of butter-flavored caramel, cheddar, or rainbow candy.
Customized Popcorn
Next, choose white, milk, or dark chocolate syrup. Then add as many toppings as you want, like M&M's, crumbled candy bars, crushed cookies, sour Skittles, pretzel pieces, etc.
Decadent, massive cinnamon rolls are baked fresh daily and served at Gaston's Tavern in Fantasyland. It's a perfect on-the-go breakfast, but it's served all day.
Cinnamon Rolls
Gaston's rolls differ from the ones found on Main Street because they come with a layer of maple frosting underneath the vanilla icing, which you can upgrade by asking for extra.
Pinocchio's Village Haus has some of the tastiest, filling fare you’ll find at a theme park stand. If you just want a snack, one flatbread can feed two people.
Pinocchio's Flatbread
Pinocchio's offers several varieties: gourmet cheese, pepperoni, Margherita, plant-based "cheese" pizza, and an all-meat option with bacon, pepperoni, ham, and sausage.