Who’s up for some CHURROS?
Pecos Bill’s Tall Tale Inn and Cafe
We sure are! (Then again, when aren’t we?!) So our Magic Kingdom stop today is Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe in Frontierland!
Perhaps you were expecting a visit to the Frontierland Churro Cart or the Storybook Pretzel Cart? Fret not, you can still find them there, along with Mickey Pretzels and cold drinks to wash down your snack of choice. But when the menu at Pecos Bill’s underwent a complete change from burgers-and-fries to Mexican fare, Churros suddenly appeared as a dessert option here as well (along with some no-longer-available Sopaipillas).
The take is a bit different, though, at the Tall Tale Inn, so we’re here to have a peek… and a bite or two, of course .
Here we go!
Of course, Churros have been a long-time favorite of ours (and possibly yours, too). They’re a go-to snack for many guests in both Disney World and Disneyland. So it wasn’t a huge surprise to spot Churros on the updated Pecos Bill menu.
What was less expected, perhaps, is the style in which they’re served.
Just as a reminder, a typical churro is a single-serve stick.
Here at Pecos Bill’s they’re mini churros! And they taste every bit as delicious — fried to a nice crisp on the outside and coated in cinnamon sugar. I counted ten of them in my order (and methinks they actually add up to be a little more than a typical Churro as well as a slightly larger batch compared to the Churro Bites I was served at Cozy Cone Motel in Disney California Adventure).
A side of Milk Chocolate Dip comes with your order to add a little extra sweetness, if you prefer. (The Chocolate Dipper is sold separately at the Churro Carts for a buck, so the inclusion here means that the $4.99 price tag at Pecos Bill’s is equal to what you would pay for a regular-sized churro with the dipping sauce added).
Though small, they have the same crunchy outside and chewy inside that you would expect.
The bite-sized presentation makes these a great option for sharing, and you get just a wee bit more of that famous cinnamon sugar, since each piece is individually coated. Plus you’ve got the the handy option for an air-conditioned and storied setting inside the Tall Tale Inn. So grab a seat, or take a batch along to continue your Frontierland stroll. Either way, it’s a tasty way to sweeten up your visit!
Don’t Miss Out on the Best Snacks in the Magic Kingdom!
Want the skinny on more (like, 180 more!!) great snacks in the Magic Kingdom? You’re in luck! The DFB Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks 2016-2017 Edition has just been released! This guide is guaranteed to help you find the best snacks and treats for your family while visiting the Magic Kingdom, or your money back — we all know that treats at the Magic Kingdom are just as nostalgic as our first flight on Dumbo!
With a 100% money-back guarantee, you have nothing to lose!
The DFB Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks e-Book 2016-17 Edition includes:
- Full-color photos of over 180 of our favorite snacks
- Current prices and Disney Dining Plan snack credit status. Don’t waste those snack credits!!
- Snack locations
- “Hidden treats” and add-ons that aren’t published on menus or that aren’t widely known
- Disney Food Blog reviews of all snacks
- Tips and tricks from experienced snack eaters
- Special Bonus items you’re going to love! (Of course…how could we not include these?)
Know what you’re getting BEFORE using a precious snack credit or spending limited vacation dollars. Whether you want sweet, salty, crunchy, healthy, or something in between, The DFB 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 thank you for your support of the blog, we’ll be offering the Guide for 20% off its purchase price for a limited time! Order your copy now. To secure the discount, use code MAGIC16 at checkout.
Will you be stopping by Pecos Bill to grab these miniature Churros? Leave us a comment and tell us your thoughts!