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Tips from the DFB Guide: Three Must-Try Disney Snacks for 2013

Have you joined the Disney snack revolution? Whether you’re a veteran snack-seeker or new to the search for phenomenal Disney snacks, your next Disney vacation should include memorable eats.

And to help you and your family indulge, our The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World® Dining 2013 e-Book includes an expanded Snacks Chapter this year, along with our top 11 MUST-try snacks for 2013!

Today, we’re going to share three of our favorites from that list of 11 must-try snacks. But we’ve got plenty of recommendations where those came from in the DFB Guide! Pick up your copy here for an extra $4 off using code 2013 for a limited time!

Three Must-Eat Disney Snacks for 2013

Now without further ado, here are three of our 11 must-eat snacks recommended for 2013!

Potato Leek Soup

At the new Be Our Guest Restaurant, jaws tend to drop when taking in the imagineering marvels. While enjoying the scenery, treat your taste buds to the Potato Leek Soup.

Potato Leek Soup

For the biggest bang for your buck – and a filling option – the rich and creamy Potato Leek Soup is satisfyingly thick with potato chunks and leeks. It’s an incredible flavor that can be easily enjoyed as a light meal or unique snack.

Served at both lunch and dinner, the soup makes an awesome savory snack choice. Note that it’s marked as a Disney Dining Plan snack credit during lunch, but we’re not sure if you can use a credit at dinner.

Chocolate Mickey Ganache

An incredible Landscape of Flavors creation (found at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort), this snack speaks to our sweet cravings.

The Chocolate Mickey Ganache includes a chocolatey crust is filled with gooey chocolate ganache in the shape of Mickey Mouse! A white chocolate Mickey face adds a familiar smile.

Chocolate Mickey Ganache

Cheesy Pesto Bread

Another Landscape of Flavors creation offers innovative eats that are just perfect for a mid-day munchie!

Cheesy Pesto Bread at Landscape of Flavors

One of our top value finds for 2013, the Cheesy Pesto Bread is large enough for a meal or a shareable snack. We love the soft but crusty French bread, and these slices are uniquely topped with olive oil, pesto, and mozzarella cheese.

Broiled until bubbly then served with marinara for dipping, this menu item is prepared fresh. We deem this snack — worth the wait!

We have eight more must-eat snacks to try in 2013, and LOTS more snack recommendations — and they are shelved in our DFB Guide!

Now’s the time to order The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World® Dining 2013 for help with all of your Disney Dining concerns. We’ve taste-tested countless snacks and can help you make the best choices!

Our up-to-date snacking tips will help your family enjoy a delicious and budget-friendly trip! Click here to get your copy of The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World® Dining 2013 E-book — and use code 2013 for an extra $4 discount for a limited time!

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What snacks are you anxious to try in 2013? Share your snacking plans in the comments below!

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14 Comments

  1. CanadiansLoveWDW says:

    cant wait to try these.. Booked my flights for august …

  2. Sarah says:

    I plan on trying all 3, plus the grilled cheese from Beaches & Cream on my trip at the end of the month!

  3. Katie says:

    Wait- that mickey thing is completely filled with ganache?!?!? Now I have to try that. Thank you AJ for bringing out snacks that even seasoned snackers havent tried yet!

  4. Georgeanne says:

    Question about the Potato Leek soup: if you order it at lunch time, do you get bread with it? That and a strawberry cream cheese cupcake—-> color me happy:)!

  5. AJ says:

    CanaidansLoveWDW — Woo!! Let me know what you think!

    Sarah — Awesome! And I’m totally jealous of your Beaches and Cream grilled cheese!

    Katie — YES, ma’am! It’s gorgeous! Enjoy!

    Georgeanne — Ooh, great question! I’m not 100% sure on that. I’ll do some digging to try to find out!

  6. Andrew G. says:

    The cheesy pesto bread is on our schedule for our May trip! I would never have known about if it weren’t for DFB. Thanks for everything!

  7. AJ says:

    Andrew G. — You’re welcome! Thanks for reading!

  8. Janelle says:

    Just a note to West Coast visitors, I found the Chocolate Mickey Ganache at Disneyland on my last visit.

    My snack choices are usually fresh fruit or popcorn :)

  9. Heather says:

    I had the Chocolate Mickey Ganache at Jolly Holiday Bakery in Disneyland last summer. I am glad to hear it is available on the East Coast now too! It was delicious.

  10. Peggy says:

    Love ALL in information. We have reservations for Art of Animation in Sept. 2013 and we are looking forward to ALL the good food. I am waiting for the Fall Free Dining Plan. We always enjoy it so much. It really helps our family. This year there will be 9 of us coming. Thanks again for all your wonderful information.

  11. Stacy says:

    Hi there! Love this site. Helped us alot when we were at Disney. Just got back and ready to go back already!
    I wanted to tell you that we stayed at Art of Animation and the Landscape of Flavors did not disappoint. Our favorite place to eat was the Mongolian and Tandoori grill. The Naan is amazing. The Breakfast Sandwich was the family favorite in the mornings.
    I wanted to let you know that we tried the pesto bread and it was just ok. Maybe because it was late at night? It was very greasy.
    The chocolate ganache tart was delicious. I would definitely get that one again.

  12. Michelle says:

    I had the mickey ganache at the 2011 Party for the Senses and it was amazing. I might have had two or three…. If you like sweets, do not pass this dessert up!!

  13. Strange Angel says:

    I would LOVE to see Disneyland versions of some of these articles.. So cool.

  14. Diane says:

    I had Mickey shaped gingerbread beignets last night at Disneyland. Very good!

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