Food is one of my favorite things. I love talking about it, I love eating (obviously), and I love trying new things. Disney World has some of the best snack options imaginable and I always end up eating soooo much when I’m there, whether I’m hungry or not! I have compiled a list of my top 5 favorite snacks around the parks.
#5 Rum Blossom
The Rum Blossom is Bacardi Superior Rum with layers of Apple and Desert Pear Limeade topped with Passion Fruit Boba Balls. It can be found at Pongu Pongu in Pandora at Animal Kingdom. It is very sweet. The boba balls bursting in your mouth are the absolute best part! You know, other than the booze. It’s so good, but I would recommend sharing it with another person. Not even halfway through, I was done. If you’re one for sweets, this is right up your alley.
#4 Mickey Pretzel with Cheese
Giant pretzels with cheese. What more could you want?? You can find these beauties in every Disney park. They are warm, salty, and soft. The cheese sauce makes these things irresistible. I get one every time I go to Hollywood Studios. It’s almost a ritual at this point. If you’re a big fan of bread like I am, I recommend these 100%.
#3 School Bread
School Bread is a sweet bread roll with custard filling, topped with icing and toasted coconut. This delicious treat can be found at Kringla Bakeri og Cafe in the Norway pavilion at Epcot. I was very pleasantly surprised the first time I ever tried this, as I thought it would be very sweet. My boyfriend is a lover of sweets and was not a fan of the School Bread. I, on the other hand, thought it was brilliant.
#2 Mac and Cheese Hot Dog
The mac and cheese hot dog from Casey’s Corner at Magic Kingdom is the perfect lunch item when you’ve been trecking through the crowds all morning. This mac and cheese and bacon covered dog is only available at certain times throughout the year, as it is a part of Casey’s rotating menu. If you’re ever at the Kingdom, stop in and see if you can snag one of these delicious treats.
#1 Pressed Brioche Ice Cream
This pressed brioche ice cream gives a new take on an ice cream sandwich. You can find this at L’Artisan des Glaces Sorbet and Ice Cream Shop at the France pavilion in Epcot. This has made my number 1 favorite snack at Disney because, as I stated earlier, I am a bread lover. The vanilla ice cream in the middle makes it the perfect snack in Florida’s every-present hot day. The warm bun compliments the cold ice cream perfectly.
If you are ever at Disney, I highly recommend these five treats! What are your must-have snacks when you go to Disney?