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A Rainbow of Disney Snacks: 7 Colorful Treats That are Sure to Brighten Your Day

One of our absolute favorite things about visiting Walt Disney World is how colorful it is. It’s definitely one of the most colorful places on earth, and we fully believe that is one of the things that gives the place its magic. Not only is the scenery in Disney World colorful, but so are the merchandise, the outfits of visitors, and even the Disney food.

That’s right, Walt Disney World Resort is chock-full of brightly colored food. On top of that, the Walt Disney Company also does an excellent job of ensuring everything they serve is delicious, so not only will you get to eat fun, colorful food, your taste buds are also in for a treat.

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Looking to find the best Disney snacks that are full of color? We’re here to help! Below we’ve listed a whole rainbow of tasty Disney World food, so you can eat your way through your Disney vacation and the rainbow simultaneously.

Red – Outpost Mix Popcorn

Kat Saka’s Kettle in Hollywood Studios

Probably the most interesting popcorn option in Disney World, the Outpost Popcorn Mix at Kat Saka’s Kettle in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge features bright red and purple puffs of popcorn. These are absolutely gorgeous to look at and 100% delicious.

You see, each purple kernel is flavored to taste like grape candy. Meanwhile, the red pieces are cinnamon flavored. The two flavors combine to create an interesting and unique Disney snack that we are in love with.

Orange – Carrot Cake Cookie

Trolley Car Café in Hollywood Studios

Okay, so this cookie isn’t exactly bright orange, but it’s close enough, and we feel like it deserves a place on our list of Disney World snacks. The Carrot Cake Cookie is a fan favorite and has been around for years now. Currently, it can be found at the Trolley Car Café in Hollywood Studios, so you can pick one up when you get your Starbucks coffee.

The treat features two soft and flavorful carrot cake-like cookies which have a layer of cream cheese frosting between them. It is everything you could ever want in a cookie sandwich and might be the best thing you add to your Disney snack lineup.

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Yellow – Pineapple Dole Whip

Aloha Isle in Magic Kingdom

Another snack with a fan following, pineapple Dole Whip is a must-eat Disney park treat. Fortunately, you can definitely make this a part of your rainbow snacking, as the original pineapple flavor has a lovely yellow color. Not only that, but you can also get it served as a Dole Whip float over pineapple juice for even more color.

Looking to add even more color to your Disney World snacking? Be sure to keep an eye out for other Dole Whip flavors in various locations across the parks and resorts.

Related: The Best Places to Get Ice Cream in Disney World

Green – Green Milk

Milk Stand in Hollywood Studios

Yes, we are listing yet another Hollywood Studios snack, but how can you not list green milk as part of a Disney snacking rainbow?

Green Milk can be found at the Milk Stand in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, alongside its brother: Blue Milk. Both are very sweet-almost like a milkshake-and neither is actually made with milk, so vegans and those with milk allergies can feel free to indulge. The taste of Green Milk is citrusy, featuring mandarin orange, passion fruit, grapefruit, and orange blossom flavors.

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Blue – Mermaid Slush

Prince Eric’s Village Market in Magic Kingdom

Want another yummy beverage to add to your rainbow lineup? To add something blue into the mix, head to New Fantasyland for a Magic Kingdom snack that you can pick up from Prince Eric’s Village Market: a Mermaid Slush.

This frozen drink is as pretty as it is tasty, featuring layers of both blue raspberry and green apple slushy, which blend to create a mermaid rainbow effect. It’s topped with whipped cream and a green candy mermaid tail, making it 100% Instagram-worthy.

Mermaid Slush

Related: Disney World Must-Dos for Mermaid Fans

Purple – Ube Donut

Everglazed Donuts and Cold Brew in Disney Springs

Time to find something purple? Well, it doesn’t get much more purple than the Ube Donut from Everglazed Donuts and Cold Brew in Disney Springs. In fact, we’re having trouble thinking of another treat that offers a more vibrant purple color, and it’s definitely the best snack of this color.

Not only does this vibrant donut check off the purple box in your Disney dining rainbow list, it’s also super yummy. The color and flavor for this donut both come from ube, a sort of sweet potato with a lightly sweet flavor that is perfect for a donut. The whole creation is topped with a glaze and purple sugar.

Best of all, it’s an egg- and milk-free snack, meaning even those on a vegan diet can enjoy it!

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Related: The Absolute Best Donuts in Disney World

Pink – Pink Lotus

Thirsty River Bar in Animal Kingdom

Last but not least, we have to have something pink, and we know just the thing. The Pink Lotus is a wonderful non-alcoholic beverage that can be found at the Thirsty River Bar in Animal Kingdom.

This drink is served ice cold, making it the perfect option for those super hot Florida days. It’s made with Monin Wild Strawberry, Lychee, and Minute Maid Premium Lemonade, and the end result is the best strawberry lemonade we’ve ever had. Of course, the pretty pink color is also stunning, especially when you’re attempting to snack through the rainbow.

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Ready to try some of these wonderfully colorful snacks for yourself? Start putting together your snack checklist for your next Disney World vacation, and be sure to include some of the options mentioned above. The yummy flavors and vibrant colors are sure to brighten your Disney days!

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