The “DFB Mini-Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks e-Book” Grand Launch!

We’re thrilled to announce that the first mini-guide in our series is now available to purchase and download! And in honor of our grand launch, you can get the new mini-guide for 20% off the regular purchase price for the next 7 days — just use code MAGIC at the check-out! And don’t forget to keep your transaction number — it may provide a discount on upcoming Disney Food Blog products!

The Disney Food Blog Mini-Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks e-Book

The DFB Mini-Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks e-Book will be the first of many mini-guides to be published on your favorite Disney food topics. We couldn’t fit this detailed information into our overview book, The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining, so we decided to create a new Mini-Guide series that covers specific information — like photos, reviews, and information about our favorite snacks — in great detail!

Why did we start with Magic Kingdom snacks? Because you asked us to! We received dozens of emails asking for more details about snacks, so we figured this would be the perfect place to begin!

And there’s no waiting to satisfy your snack cravings! We’ve made this mini-guide instantly downloadable. It’s a PDF guide with 85 pages of information and advice on over 70 delicious snacks that you can savor in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom.

Don’t Miss Out on the Best Snacks in the Magic Kingdom!

This mini-guide is guaranteed to help you better plan your snacks and treats in the Magic Kingdom, or your money back — we all know that treats at the Magic Kingdom are just as nostalgic as our first ride on Dumbo!

The DFB Mini-Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks e-Book includes:

  • Half-page photos of over 70 of our favorite snacks
  • Current prices and Disney Dining Plan snack credit status
  • Snack locations
  • “Hidden treats” and add-ons that aren’t published on menus or that aren’t widely known
  • Snack reviews
  • Tips and tricks from experienced snack eaters
  • Special Bonus items you’re going to love! (Of course…how could we not include these?)

Those new to Disney World, and veterans alike, will appreciate knowing what they are getting BEFORE using a precious snack credit or spending their limited vacation dollars. Whether you want sweet, salty, crunchy, healthy, or something in between, The DFB Mini-Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks e-Book tells you where to find a snack to match your craving!

Don’t forget — for easy access in the parks, put the guide on your smartphone or ipad!

To celebrate the grand launch and to thank you for your support of the blog, we’ll be offering the Mini-Guide for 20% off its standard rate for one week only! Order your copy now for only $6.95 (regularly $8.95). To secure the discount, use code MAGIC at the check-out.

For more detailed information and screen shots from The DFB Mini-Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks, head over to!

With a 100% money-back guarantee, you have nothing to lose! :-)


  1. terri says

    love the new mini guide! the photos are excellent. will you be doing the same type of mini guide for epcot?? that would be very, very valuable. please tell me you are working on this!! thanks!

  2. says

    Hi Terri — You bet!! We’ll have Mini-Guides out for all of the parks as well as the resorts and Downtown Disney!

  3. says

    Hi – loving the mini guide and as always the site :-) Could you mail me if you have a minute, I’ve got something I’d love to chat to you about :-D



  4. says

    Terri — Epcot guide probably won’t be out by September, but we can always try! LOTS of research to do there; it will be at least twice as big as the MK guide since there are so many snacks in the countries!

    Rich — Will do!

  5. Keith C (TheFugitiveGuy) says

    I just downloaded the new mini guide, and I love the format! Great pictures of each snack, with just enough information to be informative, without being overwhelming. I tried viewing it on my iPod Touch, but really it needs the screen real estate of my iPad for the full glory :)

    I was showing this to my wife tonight, when my dear six-year-old daughter happened to be looking over, and got very interested in looking through it herself. Wanting to always support a love of Disney in my kids, I happily handed over the iPad so she could scroll through on her own. After a few minutes, she looked up very disappointed and said: “Daddy, this is all just *food*. I want desserts!” Then I realized she had started in the savory section, when clearly what she was interested in was the sweets section. I guess to a six year, there’s “food”, and then there’s “dessert” :)

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