With each of the three dining plans offered at Walt Disney World, guests are given two snacks per night of stay. Even though most people are happy using these credits for Mickey Ice Cream Bars, delicious, buttery popcorn and bottles of pop, there are so many more options. Here are ten ways to get the most out of snack credits.
1. Baked Macaroni and Cheese with Pulled Pork or Shrimp
at Eight Spoon Cafe – Discovery Island, Animal Kingdom
If guests are looking for a savory snack to use their credit on, the mac and cheese at Eight Spoon Cafe is a great option. Guests can choose from plain macaroni and cheese or add pulled pork or shrimp with a sweet chili sauce. This snack size portion is just perfect for getting through a few more hours of rides and shows. Running between $4.50 and $6.70, this is a smart choice when it comes to using a snack credit.
2. French Fries with Pulled Pork and Cheese
at Flame Tree Barbecue – Discovery Island, Animal Kingdom
Another savory option found in Animal Kingdom is the french fries with pulled pork and cheese. This delicious snack can be found at Flame Tree Barbeque. Topped with the amazing, homemade BBQ sauce from Flame Tree, these fries can be a small meal on their own. Coming in at just under $7, this is another good way to get the most out of a snack credit.
3. Colossal Cinnamon Roll
at Kusafiri Coffee Shop and Bakery (Africa, Animal Kingdom) & Main Street Bakery (Main Street, Magic Kingdom)
This Mickey shaped cinnamon roll is one of the best things at Walt Disney World. Warmed up to perfection, this giant cinnamon roll is a delicious way to start the day. Full of cinnamon and a buttery, soft roll, guests will savor every last bite. Guests can get these in both Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom. Typically, under $8, this cinnamon roll is a steal as it can be breakfast for a few with just one snack credit.
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4. Venti Starbucks Drink
at Main Street Bakery, Magic Kingdom; Fountain View, Epcot; Trolley Car Cafe, Hollywood Studios; & Create Comforts, Animal Kingdom
While guests are enjoying their colossal cinnamon roll, they can also sip on their favorite Starbucks drink. That is right! A venti drink at Starbucks is considered a snack credit. Starbucks lovers know that this is a deal when it comes to using a snack credit. With the price of drinks rising, being able to use a snack credit on a Starbucks drink is a smart choice.
5. Chili Queso Fries
at Golden Oak Outpost – Frontierland, Magic Kingdom
Back to some savory options, at Golden Oak Outpost guests can find a few options to use a snack credit on. The best choice would be the chili queso fries. These are waffle fries served with a white queso cheese sauce that is fantastic. Also, here guests can find plain waffle fries, jalapeno poppers and even cauliflower. Golden Oak Outpost isn’t always open, so make sure to check before heading that way. If guests are really wanting the queso dip, they could head into Peco Bill’s; however, it is served with chips so it isn’t as good of a deal, but still delicious. The chili cheese fries currently cost $6.49 so they are an excellent use of a snack credit.
6. Mickey Waffle
at Sleepy Hollow – Liberty Square, Magic Kingdom
Who doesn’t love food shaped like Mickey? This giant Mickey shaped waffle is just a snack credit at Sleepy Hollow in the Magic Kingdom. Guests are able to get it loaded with strawberries and whip cream. This is another breakfast item that can be shared between guests making it a great value for a snack credit at $6.79. The views of the castle from here are going to be amazing as well.
7. Ice Cream Floats
Pineapple Float: Aloha Isle (Adventureland, Magic Kingdom); Citrus Swirl Float: Sunshine Tree Terrace (Adventureland, Magic Kingdom); Orange Cream Float: Sunshine Tree Terrace (Adventureland, Magic Kingdom); Peter Pan Float: Storybook Treats (Fantasyland, Magic Kingdom)
Throughout Magic Kingdom there are numerous fantastic floats that guests can use their snack credit on. These delicious desserts offer a variety of different flavors to choose from. At Sunshine Tree Terrace, guests can choose from the citrus swirl which is an orange juice slushy and vanilla soft serve or the orange cream which is orange soft serve and vanilla ice cream. Both of these are served with orange soda. Also, in Adventureland, guests can head over to Aloha Isle. Known for the Dole Whip, guests and get a little bit more by making this into a pineapple float. This will get them the famous pineapple ice cream with pineapple juice. Finally, over at Storybook Treats in Fantasyland, guests can get the cute Peter Pan Float. This is key lime ice cream with sprite and an adorable chocolate feather. Guest will want to make sure to grab a picture of this before diving in. All floats come in a just under $6 and are excellent for those warm days in the park.
8. Traditional Poutine
Refreshment Port – Showcase Plaza, Epcot
If guests are looking for something savory and delicious, then head to the Refreshment Port in Epcot. Normally found in Canada’s Le Cellier guests can now enjoy the traditional poutine as a snack credit. This takes Disney’s thin cut fries and adds beef gravy and cheese curds. These fries are sure to be a favorite for guests who choose to try them. At right under $7, this is a great use of a snack credit.
9. Ice Cream Sandwiches
Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich: Plaza Ice Cream Parlor (Main Street, Magic Kingdom); Churro Sandwich: Sleepy Hollow (Liberty Square, Magic Kingdom)
This is a dessert that guests can be sure to share. Two churros swirled into a bun with vanilla ice cream in the middle is a sweet treat for sure. Make sure to grab spoon and some napkins as this delicious sugary treat will also make a mess. This snack comes in just under $7 making it again a great value for a credit. Another delicious cookie and ice cream option are the ice cream cookie sandwiches guests can find throughout Disney parks. Guests can choose their choice of ice cream to be placed between two freshly baked chocolate chip cookies. These incredible sandwiches also come in a just under $7 also making them a super option for a snack credit.
10. Food Booths
Another great use of a snack credit is at the many food booths during festivals at Epcot. With so many different booths and types of cuisine, using a snack credit to try different snacks throughout Epcot is an excellent use of these credits.
Snacks are everywhere in Walt Disney World giving guests numerous opportunities to use their snack credits throughout the day. As guests go to use them, keep in mind these top ten ways to get the most out of the credit.