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The Best Snacks at Magic Kingdom: A Foodie’s Guide to Disney World

As avid Disney lovers and passionate foodies, discovering new treats and indulging in our all-time favorites is an essential part of our trips to Disney World. If you find yourself at Magic Kingdom and wondering what snacks to try, look no further! Here’s our curated list of the best snacks to try at Magic Kingom.


Lobster roll in front of Cinderella's Castle in Magic Kingdom

Mickey-shaped Waffle with Strawberries and Powdered Sugar 

Sleepy Hollow

$7.49


You can’t go wrong with a giant mickey waffle and it’s the perfect way to kickstart a big day at Magic Kingdom. For $7.49 you can get this filling treat at Sleepy Hollow in Liberty Square near the Hall of Presidents. Pro tip: Mobile order this for breakfast while waiting in the Haunted Mansion queue. 


Mickey-shaped Waffle with Strawberries and Powdered Sugar at Sleepy Hollow in Magic Kingdom

Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich 

Sleepy Hollow

$8.49


For just a dollar more than the mickey waffle, treat yourself to the fresh fruit waffle sandwich at Sleepy Hollow. A classic Belgian waffle served with strawberries, banana, blueberries, and Nutella - a breakfast treat that Max absolutely loves!



Warm Cinnamon Roll 

Gaston’s Tavern

$6.99


Don’t miss out on a  warm giant cinnamon roll from Gaston’s Tavern in Fantasyland. This is one of Max’s favorite Disney snacks and it’s only $6.99 for this giant breakfast treat.


Warm giant cinnamon roll from Gaston’s Tavern in Fantasyland

Orange Chicken Strips 

Tortuga Tavern

$11.29


Head to Adventureland for the orange chicken strips at Tortuga Tavern. Perfect for lunch or dinner, and we always can find a nice place to sit and relax in this area. Tortuga Tavern is conveniently located near Aloha Isle, where someone in your group can grab some dole whip too!


Delicious Orange Chicken Strips from Tortuga Tavern in Magic Kingdom

Pepper Jack Pretzel

Cheshire Cafe

$7.79


Enjoy this delicious stuffed pretzel  made with jalapeno bread and filled with warm pepper jack cheese. I love anything jalapeno and this stuffed pretzel is the perfect snack in Fantasyland. 


Pepper Jack Pretzel in Magic Kingdom

Sweet and Spicy Chicken Waffle Sandwich

Sleepy Hollow

$11.59


Treat yourself to a waffle topped with crispy chicken covered in a honey-sriracha glaze, broccoli slaw, and served with house-made chips. This is a delicious and filling meal perfect for lunch, dinner, or to share for a snack.


Sweet and Spicy Chicken Waffle Sandwich from Sleepy Hollow in Magic Kingdom

Turkey Leg

Various Locations

$13.49


Whether you love it or hate it, the classic jumbo turkey leg is one of my favorite Disney snacks. Priced at 13.49, it’s a filling meal that can easily be shared. Find it available at Sleepy Hollow after 9pm, Liberty Square Market after 11am, and Prince Eric’s Village Market.



Dole Whip/ Dole Whip Float

Aloha Isle

$5.99/$6.99


No visit to Magic Kingdom is complete without cooling off with a cup of dole whip. Choose from pineapple Dole Whip, vanilla Dole Whip or swirl. Another way to enjoy this tropical treat is to get a Dole Whip float with pineapple juice.


Classic Disney Dole Whip at Magic Kingdom

Tropical Serenade

Aloha Isle

$7.99


Indulge in this refreshing treat from Aloha Isle featuring coconut soft-serve with  pineapple-orange-guava juice and an upside-down pineapple cake pop. This 50th anniversary treat seems like it’s here to stay and we’re not complaining!