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The Best Snacks in Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Disney’s Hollywood Studios is a wonderful location for dining while at the Walt Disney World Resort thanks to an array of quick service, table service, and grab-and-go snack options. One of the best ways to enjoy as much delicious food as possible in the Disney Park is by sampling lots of different snacks from the various dining locations. This will allow Guests to stay fueled up and have energy to explore every corner of Disney’s Hollywood Studios throughout a long day there. From savory to sweet, let’s check out some of the best snack options to enjoy at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

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Wookie Cookie – Backlot Express

The Echo Lake area of Disney’s Hollywood Studios is home to the quick service Backlot Express which is open daily for lunch and dinner. The restaurant serves up American favorites such as burgers and sandwiches as well as a snack that is as delicious as it is cute. The Wookie Cookie pays homage to Chewbacca and features a filling of vanilla cream sandwiched between two fresh oatmeal cookies. The top cookie then features a replica of Chewbacca’s signature sash made out of milk chocolate and Guests are sure to love this perfect combination of soft cookie and creamy filling!

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Churro – Anaheim Produce

A favorite snack of many Guests can be found in several locations throughout the Walt Disney World Resort a well as at Anaheim Produce on Sunset Boulevard in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The quick service location serves up an array of fresh fruit as well as sweet treats including the delicious Churro which is warm and flaky and coated in signature cinnamon sugar. Anaheim Produce also serves the Churro with a chocolate sauce for dipping, taking this snack to the next level and since it is rather portable Guests can wander through Sunset Boulevard while enjoying it!

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Jack-Jack’s Num Num Cookie – Market

Just before entering into Toy Story Land, Guests can stop at a small quick service location in its own building for a snack that honors a favorite Pixar character from The Incredibles. The Market features an ordering counter where Guests can order from a limited menu that includes the popular Jack-Jack’s Num Num Cookie. This cookie is pretty large and features slightly crisp edges with a soft center and large chunks of chocolate dispersed throughout. Jack-Jack’s Cookie Num Num is a wonderful snack to enjoy that Guests won’t want to share!

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Bavarian Pretzel – BaseLine Tap House

A more savory snack can be found over in the Grand Avenue area of Disney’s Hollywood Studios at BaseLine Tap House. The quick service location is themed to feel like a laid back California eatery and serves up beverages on tap from the state as well as several small plates with some big flavors. The Bavarian Pretzel at BaseLine Tap House is truly massive and is served warm with just the right amount of salt sprinkled on top. Paired with a beer-cheese fondue and spicy mustard for dipping, the Bavarian Pretzel can be enjoyed either inside of BaseLine Tap House at several small tables or on the outdoor patio where Guests can enjoy people watching and taking in the atmosphere of Grand Avenue.

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Brownie Sundae – Hollywood Scoops

Guests who are looking to enjoy an ice cream treat can head to Hollywood Scoops on Sunset Boulevard in Disney’s Hollywood Studios for a classic option. The quick service location is housed in its own little building and offers up a variety of ice cream flavors that Guests can enjoy in cones or cups as well as a specialty sundae. The Brownie Sundae tops a warm brownie with old-fashioned vanilla ice cream, hot fudge, and whipped cream for a classic snack that is big enough to share, though Guests won’t want to!

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Smoked Fish Dip – Dockside Diner

Seafood lovers who are looking for a great grab-and-go snack can head over to the Dockside Diner in the Echo Lake area of Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The quirky quick service location features an ordering counter inside of an old steamer boat floating on Echo Lake and offers up a limited menu of savory bites. The Smoked Fish Dip features layers of flavor and comes served with seasoned house-made chips, celery, carrots, jalepenos, and pickles for dipping. Guests can relax at a picnic table near the Dockside Diner and enjoy the atmosphere of Disney’s Hollywood Studios while snacking on this delicious option.

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Carrot Cake Cookie – The Trolley Car Café

The Trolley Car Café on Hollywood Boulevard in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is the Starbucks location for the Disney Park and in addition to the signature beverages that Guests are familiar with from the chain, the location also serves up some delicious snacks. The Carrot Cake Cookie is a particular favorite of many Guests as it features smooth and rich cream cheese frosting piped between two chewy cookies that perfectly capture the texture and flavors of classic carrot cake. Stopping in at The Trolley Car Café first thing in the morning for a coffee and Carrot Cake Cookie is the perfect way to get energized for an amazing day in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

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Outpost Puff – Docking Bay & Food and Cargo

Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo is a popular quick service restaurant in Star Wars – Galaxy’s Edge that serves up an array of options inspired by flavors from across the galaxy for lunch and dinner. Guests who visit Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo can also indulge in a sweet treat with fruity flavors that is sure to be good to the last bite. The Outpost Puff features a chocolate pastry that is filled with guajillo chocolate mousse and topped with a Thai tea panna cotta, spiced pineapple, and confectionary debris for the perfect combination of rich, sweet, and fruity on the planet of Batuu.

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Chocolate-Hazelnut Lunch Box Tart – Woody’s Lunch Box

One of the most popular areas of Disney’s Hollywood Studios is Toy Story Land where Guests can become toys themselves and play in Andy’s backyard. Woody’s Lunch Box is a quick service location in the area that serves up grown-up takes on childhood favorites, all served right from Andy’s lunchbox. All Guests love indulging in the Lunch Box Tarts offered at Woody’s Lunch Box and there are several flavors to choose from. The Chocolate-Hazelnut Lunch Box Tart features a fresh pastry stuffed with chocolate-hazelnut spread and topped with a maple fondant and candied bacon for the perfect sweet and smoky bite.

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“Totchos” – Woody’s Lunch Box

Woody’s Lunch Box also serves up a savory treat that is perfect for enjoying while exploring all that Toy Story Land has to offer. The “Totchos” are hot and crispy potato barrels that are topped with beef and bean chili, shredded cheese, queso, tomatoes, corn chips, sour cream, and green onions. This hearty snack is sure to fill any Guest up, and the amount of toppings and potatoes make it a great value for a snack in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

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Kyryll Pork Rinds – Ronto Roasters

Also found in Star Wars – Galaxy’s Edge is Ronto Roasters, a quick service eatery where delicious meats are cooked up cleverly using a pod racer engine for fire. The location is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day and Guests who stop by can enjoy a savory snack that combines the perfect amount of crunch, spice, and warmth. The Kyryll Pork Rinds are crunchy bites that are seasoned with a blend of ancho chile, cheddar, smoke, and cinnamon which adds wonderful flavor with a spicy undertone that Guests will love.

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Funnel Cake with Cookies ‘n Cream and Soft-serve Vanilla Ice Cream – Epic Eats

Funnel cakes are a classic snack that Guests love to enjoy, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios features a quick service location that specializes in the favorite treat. Epic Eats in the Echo Lake area of the Disney Park is a convenient ordering counter that serves up several different variations of funnel cakes, including one totally decadent choice. The Funnel Cake with Cookies ‘n Cream and Soft-serve Vanilla Ice Cream tops a perfectly hot and crispy funnel cake with cold vanilla ice cream and cookies and cream with delicious chunks of chocolate cookies, making it the perfect combination of hot, cold, and sweet.

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Hazelnut Crunch Cannoli – PizzeRizzo

A traditional Italian treat is elevated with some extra ingredients at PizzeRizzo in the Grand Avenue area of Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The quick service restaurant welcomes Guests into a two story classic New York-style pizzeria run by Rizzo the Rat from The Muppets. There are plenty of delicious pizza offerings, but Guests looking for a great snack option can try the Hazelnut Crunch Cannoli. This treat dips a classic crunchy cannoli shell in dark chocolate and caramelized hazelnut and then stuffs it with a whipped hazelnut spread cheesecake for a delicious take on a classic cannoli.

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Chocolate Mousse – ABC Commissary

The final snack on the list for Disney’s Hollywood Studios can be found at the quick service ABC Commissary in the Commissary Lane area of the Disney Park. The restaurant features a menu of items with southwestern flavors and ingredients as well as a sweet dessert option that is a great snack choice for Guests. The Chocolate Mousse features a rich raspberry-dark chocolate mousse layered with chocolate-almond cake, hazelnut crunch, and whipped chocolate-hazelnut cheesecake for a creamy, rich, and nutty snack that will certainly fill Guests up!

 

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.