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Snack Series: Frozen Pineapple Bar at Disney Parks

Frozen eats are a favorite for many Disney guests, and we just reviewed the Triple Blast Ice Pops that replaced those twisty-turny Itzakadoozies last year!

But while I love my share of Mickey Ice Cream Bars and Sandwiches, I decided on a recent trip to go back to one of my favorites — the Nestle Delicias Pineapple Bar — since I’d never written about it for you guys before! (It’s no Dole Whip, but I still like it!)

Pineapple Pop -- Under Wraps

Out of the wrapper, it looks just like the picture on the sign, a frozen pop of pineapple juice and pineapple chunks. It’s actually somewhat similar to the paletas that I sampled at La Cantina de San Angel.

Pineapple Pop -- Up Close

Inside, you can see the sweet, almost creamy consistency, with chunks of pineapple suspended in the sweet frozen juice.

Pineapple Pop -- Inside

The treat has just right amount of sweetness, and it’s a perfect refresher when you need something cold on a hot day (of which there are many in Orlando)!

Pineapple Pop in the Florida Sunshine

It’s also worth noting that the pop is gluten free and kosher. (Really. I checked Nestle’s website.) They are not, however, dairy free, so keep that in mind.

What’s your favorite Disney frozen treat? Let us know in comments!

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3 Comments

  1. Tom says:

    it is hard to not answer with the mickey ice cream bar, however another favorite of mine and my family is a frozen orange juice drink that we discovered at one of the walk up service stops in adventureland.

  2. Claire says:

    I finally pried the Mickey head from my husband’s hand and got him to try one of these and he loved it!! I discovered them a couple of trips ago and was happy I did. We enjoyed a couple of them last week at Magic Kingdom when it was really hot, and they really satisfied. Even my 3 year old loves them, in fact she ditched her triple blast to eat my pineapple treat!

  3. Galloping Gourmand says:

    I always go for the Kai-gori in Japan @ Epcot.

    I love all things pinapple. I haven’t had one of these in a while but I liked how straight forward it is. Despite the fact that the first ingredient is milk, the only real taste is pinapple. Only 110 calories, low sugar. It’s a snack you don’t have to feel bad about if you are watching calories or want to save space for a nice big dinner.

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