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The Best Peanut Butter Snacks in Walt Disney World

The Walt Disney World Resort is home to some of the most iconic and delicious snacks that Guests love to indulge in every single day. While there are plenty of beloved snacks like the Dole Whip, Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bar, and Turkey Leg, there are also countless other options that feature lots of different flavors and ingredients.

Peanut Butter is one of those ingredients that nearly every Guest can agree is absolutely delicious, and it has such a bold and striking flavor that it can stand on its own as a treat or pair perfectly with other flavors like chocolate or banana. Walt Disney World Resort luckily has plenty of mouthwatering snacks that feature bold peanut butter flavor, and Guests who are looking for the perfect bite to enjoy are sure to find it on this list!

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Beaches & Cream Soda Shop – No Way Jose

Disney’s Beach Club Resort is home to Beaches & Cream Soda Shop, a table service restaurant themed to feel like a turn-of-the-century boardwalk restaurant, complete with a pastel color scheme and paintings of favorite Disney characters enjoying the beach. The menu at Beaches & Cream Soda Shop focuses on favorite American diner classics like burgers, but also features over-the-top ice cream concoctions that Guests can’t get enough of.

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While there are plenty of amazing shakes and sundaes to choose from, peanut butter lovers will definitely want to opt for one particular sundae that packs on layers of peanut goodness. The No Way Jose is a massive sundae that features both chocolate and vanilla ice cream and smothers them in peanut butter, hot fudge, chocolate morsels, peanut butter morsels, whipped cream, and a cherry and is absolutely big enough to share but no one will want to!

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Contempo Café – Multiple Options

An amazing quick-service location at Disney’s Contemporary Resort is Contempo Café, which is located on the Grand Canyon Concourse with beautiful views of the large Mary Blair mural, monorail sweeping by above, and large windows looking out at the Florida sky. Contempo Café is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and serves up contemporary American cuisine in addition to select desserts.

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Contempo Café offers up an array of bakery and dessert options throughout each day, including the decadent Peanut Butter Pie, which fills a vanilla tart shell with custard and peanut butter filling that is topped with a chocolate ganache drizzle and crispy chocolate pearls. Contempo Café is also offering the 50th Anniversary Peanut Butter-Banana Pie, which is a spin on the original and features a tart shell stuffed with a peanut butter mousse and banana sauce then topped with chocolate glaze.

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The Friar’s Nook – Mr. Toad Dome Cake

Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom is home to several quick-service restaurants, including The Friar’s Nook, which serves up some unique treats from an outdoor ordering counter. Guests who stop by The Friar’s Nook for breakfast, lunch, or dinner can find an array of specialty items, many of which are part of the Walt Disney World Resort’s 50th Anniversary Celebration.

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One way that The Friar’s Nook is celebrating the anniversary is by featuring several menu items that pay tribute to Mr. Toad, who famously had his own attraction just around the corner, where The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh currently is. The Mr. Toad Dome Cake is a moist peanut butter cake with a chocolate-peanut butter mousse, salty caramel center, red and yellow glaze, and a chocolate coin on top depicting none other than Mr. Toad himself.

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Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew – Multiple Options

One of the newest dining additions to Disney Springs is Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, located in the West Side area. The cheerful quick-service location is all about decadent and over-the-top donut and coffee creations that pack on bold flavors and lots of toppings, including several items that peanut butter lovers are going to absolutely adore.

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The Peanut Butter Explosion donut is categorized as one of Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew’s Funky Bunch options, and it features a chocolate iced donut that is topped with peanut butter chips, chunks of crushed Reese’s Cups and smothered with chocolate peanut butter frosting for tons of peanut butter in every single bite. Peanut butter can also be enjoyed in beverage form with the Reese’s Nitro which takes the base of Nitro Cold Brew and adds oat milk infused with Reese’s Peanut Butter sauce, peanut butter, vanilla syrup, and chocolate drizzle for a massive pick me up for any time of the day. All of this peanut butter goodness can even be combined with the Peanut Butter Topper which is the ultimate snack, taking a Reese’s Nitro and placing a Peanut Butter Explosion Doughnut on top!

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50’s Prime Time Café – Multiple Options

The 50’s Prime Time Café in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is a favorite of many Guests, as it transports them back to the wholesome 1950s and invites them to eat inside a classic American home. Guests can dine on American comfort foods for lunch and dinner while interacting with Cast Members who are all cousins and watching reruns of classic shows on nearby black and white televisions.

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Guests who are looking to enjoy some peanut butter with their meals at the 50’s Prime Time Café can get the famous Peanut Butter & Jelly Milk Shake which combines peanut butter, jelly, milk, and vanilla ice cream and turns a childhood favorite lunch into a decadent ice cream treat. The dessert menu at 50’s Prime Time Café also features Dad’s Favorite Chocolate-Peanut Butter Layered Cake, which features many thin layers of moist chocolate cake alternating with rich peanut butter frosting and can also be enjoyed à la mode!

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Gideon’s Bakehouse – Peanut Butter Crunch

Another relatively new quick-service location in Disney Springs in The Landing area is Gideon’s Bakehouse, which features a dark and gothic décor that pairs with completely indulgent cookies that are truly big enough to share. Each cookie made at Gideon’s Bakehouse is nearly half a pound in weight and features intense flavors that took years to perfect.

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The Peanut Butter Crunch cookie is one of the most popular menu items at Gideon’s Bakehouse and is advertised on the menu as taking a very long time to perfect so that every single bite is packed with over the top peanut butter flavor. The cookie itself contains peanut butter in the dough and then is topped with handmade candied peanuts for a crunchy topping that adds some wonderful texture.

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Main Street Confectionery – Multiple Options

Main Street in the Magic Kingdom is home to the popular Main Street Confectionery, a popular store that is themed to feel like a turn-of-the-century candy shop with ornate woodwork and details, pastel colors, and endless treat options that Guests will want to try. In addition to a show kitchen where Cast Members can be seen making fresh candy apples, cotton candy, and more, there are also lots of premade baked items in the display case as well as grab-and-go snacks on the shelves.

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Peanut Butter lovers who find themselves at the Main Street Confectionery can enjoy several options including Peanut Butter Fudge, a Mickey Peanut Butter Cup, and a new over-the-top item that combines a baked good, peanut butter, and candy. The Peanut Butter Cookie Pie is a dense and delicious cookie that is packed with both peanuts and peanut butter with chocolate ganache on top in the center and Peanut Butter M&M’s on top, making it totally layered in delicious peanut butter flavor!

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About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane first visited Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of the trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning about the history and small details of the parks, enjoying a Lapu Lapu, and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York teaching preschool and spending her time counting down the days to her next trip.