Food is easily one of our favorite things in Disney World. Fortunately, with Disney World restaurants around every corner on Disney property, there is plenty of Walt Disney World dining to choose from. Whether you prefer sweets or salty snacks, you’re sure to find something to suit your tastes. Not only that, the Parks also have Disney dining options available for those who are into more adventurous snacking, offering all kinds of unique Disney World snacks that are difficult to find anywhere else in the US — or in some cases, the world.
If you’re one who enjoys trying new things, you may be wondering where you can find these unusual snacks. In that case, you’ve come to the right place! Below we’ve listed our absolute favorite out-of-the-ordinary snack foods found on Walt Disney World property. Not only are these foods more interesting than the typical snack, they’re also 100% delicious.
Cheeseburger Spring Rolls
Spring Roll Cart in the Magic Kingdom
Spring rolls are great, but have you ever had a Cheeseburger Spring Roll? Sold at the Spring Roll Cart that sits in Adventureland, these strange snack roll-ups are stuffed with ground beef, cheese, and a few other burger toppings and are one of our favorite Magic Kingdom snacks.
Unfortunately, the cart isn’t always open, so if you see these available, be sure to grab them and consider yourself lucky.
Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe in Epcot
Technically, School Bread can be found elsewhere. In fact, it’s a favorite treat over in Norway. That said, we’ve never seen School Bread for sale in a US bakery, and we’re betting you haven’t either.
The version offered in Epcot’s Norway pavilion is a sweet roll that is stuffed with custard and covered in icing and toasted coconut. The result is a delicious, sweet snack that has developed a cult-like following over the years.
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Cream Cheese Pretzel
Walt Disney World Resort offers a number of different pretzel options, some of which tend to rotate in and out. Our favorite? The Cream Cheese Pretzel.
This is a soft pretzel, but unlike the classic Mickey Pretzel, this one is stuffed with cream cheese icing and served warm. While it can be found at the Lunching Pad in Magic Kingdom park right now, we’ve found that it bounces on and off menus often. We see it regularly at both the Lunching Pad and at the snack cart outside of Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway in Hollywood Studios, and it could turn up anywhere that sells snacks, so keep an eye out.
Aloha Isle in Magic Kingdom and Other Locations
Another Disney park treat with a cult-like following, Dole Whip is a must-try when in Disney World. The original Dole Whip is a pineapple soft-serve that can be swirled with vanilla or served over pineapple juice to create a Dole Whip Float on request. This can be found at Aloha Isle in Magic Kingdom, and in recent years, they’ve added other spots to get the stuff on Disney property.
Another thing that’s been added over time? More flavors of Dole Whip. For instance, there is an orange version available at Sunshine Tree Terrace in Magic Kingdom. Keep an eye out for other options!
Canada Popcorn Cart in Epcot
Are you a fan of maple? If so, we highly recommend the Maple Popcorn from the Canada pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase. Outside of Disney, maple popcorn is difficult to find, so we like to get our fill while we’re in the park.
The best thing about Epcot’s maple popcorn? It can be purchased as a $2 popcorn bucket refill! This means that if you love the stuff, you can have as much as you like without breaking the bank. It also makes for a nice change of pace if you start to get tired of refilling your bucket with regular butter popcorn.
L’Artisan des Glaces in Epcot
Have you ever had a grilled ice cream sandwich? Neither had we until we visited L’Artisan des Glaces in Epcot. Here, you can order a Croque Glaces: an ice-cream-stuffed brioche roll that is grilled in a panini press.
This incredible Disney snack is somehow warm, cold, crispy, and chewy all at the same time! It’s definitely one of our favorite frozen desserts in Disney World, and while you can get one like it in France, we’ve yet to see them elsewhere in the United States.
Pongu Pongu in Animal Kingdom
Those looking for a delicious treat while in Animal Kingdom should head to Pongu Pongu in Pandora. Here, they will find Pineapple Lumpia, a pineapple and cream cheese spring roll that is to die for.
We love the way the crispy outside compliments the soft cream cheese filling, and the fact that it can be eaten on the go is a major bonus. Of course, the super affordable price tag is also appreciated, ad we find that this is one of the best snacks for those on a tight budget.
Carrot Cake Cookie
Trolley Car Café in Hollywood Studios
Finally, there is Hollywood Studios’ Carrot Cake Cookie. This sweet treat has changed locations a couple of times over the years, but it always comes back the same delicious dessert it was before it moved, and we are always excited to find it again.
This Disney food features a thick layer of cream cheese frosting layered in between two carrot cake-like cookies. Sure, you might be able to pick up something similar at a local bakery, but we’ve yet to find a version as delicious as the one in Disney World.
There you have it, friends. A whole list of unusual Disney World snacks that you’re sure to enjoy. Grab one (or a few) on your next Disney trip and have a great time trying something new while wandering the most magical place on earth!