Disney snacks are my favorite. Before every trip, I make a list of Disney snacks I want to try, as well as favorites I don’t want to miss! This list of 8 Disney Snacks Under $8 is perfect for families on a budget, who also want to try some great Disney snacks!
Disney snacks are a “must do” on any Walt Disney World vacation. Some of the prettiest and tastiest snacks can be found in all four of the Walt Disney World theme parks! I like to create a “must eat” list for my Disney vacation. I have found that snacking at Walt Disney World can be cost effective! Choosing Disney snacks that don’t break the budget make it extra magical for everyone…that means more funds for Minnie ears!
Who doesn’t love a Disney snack? I hope this list of 8 Disney Snacks under $8 is helpful for planning your next Walt Disney World vacation.
Peter Pan Float @ Magic Kingdom Park
First, is my favorite “Dole Whip” concoction. This DOLE Whip Lime Soft Serve is served with Sprite and a chocolate feather. This treat is found at Storybook Treats at Magic Kingdom. It is a great snack to grab while you wait in line for Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, or any of the nearby Fantasyland attractions. The Peter Pan Float is so refreshing, and definitely budget friendly at $5.50.
Lunch Box Tart from Woody’s Lunch Box @ Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Woody’s Lunchbox is located in Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. One of the most popular snacks is a Lunch Box Tart. This yummy pastry comes in a variety of flavors. Chocolate Hazelnut is coated in maple fondant and candied bacon. The Lemon Blueberry Lunch Box Tart is filled with blueberry filling, frosting, and a little bit of lemon. Then the Raspberry Lunch Box Tart is filled with raspberry filling, coated in strawberry fondant and pearls. Of these, the Lemon Blueberry is my favorite! This fun snack is $4.29.
Night Blossom from Pongu Pongu @ Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park
Next, found at Pongu Pongu in Pandora, this beautiful slushie drink is a combination of sour and sweet. Layers of apple and desert pear limeade are topped with passion fruit Boba balls in this refreshing drink. Adults can also enjoy this fun treat with rum. It costs $5.99 for non alcoholic version, and is perfect to sip while walking around Pandora.
Churros with Chocolate Dipper @ Magic Kingdom
Guests can find these at Pecos Bill’s Tall Tale Inn in Frontierland. These cute, mini churros are a fun treat while walking around Frontierland. Grab some to eat while you wait for the next character cavalcade, or hop in line for Big Thunder. These mini churros are the classic combination of fried dough topped with cinnamon and sugar. And, they are served with a side of chocolate for dipping. These are definitely budget friendly at $5.89, and shareable!
Grilled Corn on the Cob @ Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park
The Grilled Corn on the Cob is found at Harambe Fruit Market at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park. You can get this amazing treat with or without the African spices. It is $5.29, and could easily make for a light lunch as well. It is one of those hidden gem treats, and the African spices really add something extra to it.
Brioche au Chocolat @ EPCOT
EPCOT is literally a world of snacks at your finger tips. As you wander World Showcase, make a trip to Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie. Here you will find the amazing Brioche au Chocolat. This chocolate chip brioche is one of the yummiest snacks. It pairs well with a cup of iced coffee. And, it is budget friendly at $4.25. You can find so many fantastic options at Les Halles to meet any taste and budget!
Cinnamon Roll @ Magic Kingdom Park
Many guests make a straight path to Gaston’s Tavern in the morning hours at Magic Kingdom. Here, you will find a GIANT, delicious cinnamon roll for $6.49. This giant, warm pastry is absolutely delicious. It is perfect to eat in line while you wait for Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, or to have as a morning snack while you take a break from Fantasyland and move to another area of the park. These cinnamon rolls are easily shared and are priced at $5.99.
Mr. Kamal’s Fries @ Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park
Finally, found at the Mr. Kamal’s fast/casual restaurant at Animal Kingdom Park, these are some of the best fries on property! They are perfectly seasoned and served with your choice of curried honey mustard or korean chili ketchup. They are a great snack while exploring Asia at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park, located directly across from the Tree of Life. This fun, savory snack is $5.99.
Walt Disney World snacks are more than Mickey Pretzels, popcorn, and Mickey Ice Cream Bars! There are so many yummy snacks to be found across all four theme parks. And, they are budget friendly!