The Best Park Snacks (Many for Under $5): These will fill you up until dinnertime!
It’s snacktime! What are you in the mood for…something sweet?, something salty?, something hot?, something cold???? Many snacks at the parks are actually quiet filling!
Here’s a list of our favorite snacks:
- Bakery items. Every park has a bakery crammed packed with freshly baked pastries, huge cupcakes, muffins, cookies, cronuts, French macaroons…all of it delicious! Find out where the park bakery is when you get there and stop in when you’re not hungry. Plan on what you want to buy when you return hungry.
- QSFB cart snacks. Mickey ice cream bars, popcorn, huge Mickey pretzels, funnel cakes, churros and more. Yes, please!
- Confectionary shops. Huge freshly dipped caramel apples, cotton candy, chocolate dipped marshmallows on a stick, bags of caramel popcorn.
- Dole Whip. Have some by itself or as a float with pineapple juice.
- Starbucks has opened locations in all the parks (DAK’s is coming soon) and Downtown Disney. Iced coffees, hot coffee drinks, hot cocoa, pastries. All of it good!
- Popcorn! Regular and caramel, at the quick service carts.
Our recommended snacking locations:
MK: Main Street Confectionery, Sleepy Hollow Refreshments, Big Top Treats, Aloha Isle, Sunshine Tree Terrace, Cheshire Café, The Friar’s Nook, Storybook Treats
Epcot: Fountain View, Refreshment Port, Karamell-Küche (Germany), L’Artisan des Glaces (France), American Adventure pavilion
DHS: ABC Commissary, Dinosaur Gertie’s Ice Cream of Extinction
DAK: Pizzafari, Kusafiri Coffe Shop and Bakery, Tamu Tamu Refreshments, Anandapur Ice Cream, Anandapur Café, Trilo-Bites
DTD: Earl of Sandwich, Ghirardelli Soda Fountain, Wetzel’s Pretzels, Candy Cauldron, Goofy’s Candy Co. Glaciers (free samples!)
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