When it comes to Disney World snacks, Magic Kingdom ranks high on our list of places to find a seemingly endless supply of unique goodies. But with six themed lands across the park, it’s easy to get carried away and get full before you even reach the end of Main Street!
So, if you had to make room in your stomach for only ONE snack in each of the lands in Magic Kingdom, which should you pick? We have our top choices to share with you today!
Main Street, U.S.A.
No matter where your Magic Kingdom day takes you, every guest starts and ends their day along Main Street, U.S.A. If you’ve visited Disney World recently, however, you may have noticed that a lot of our favorite food spots along Main Street are closed!
As of this writing, we’re STILL waiting to hear on the opening status of Casey’s Corner, Main Street Plaza Ice Cream Parlor, and Main Street Confectionery. If you’re looking for a quintessential Disney World snack, you can still grab a tasty Mickey Cinnamon Roll at Main Street Bakery.
This Mickey-shaped breakfast treat costs $6.49 and pairs wonderfully with a cup of coffee — a winning morning combo if you ask us! It even comes with seasonal holiday overlays if you’re visiting during certain times of the year. We’re crossing our fingers tightly in the hopes that more dining locations along Main Street reopen soon!
Let’s head over into Adventureland, where it should come as no surprise what we picked for your one snack of choice: the Dole Whip. You’ll find this classic Disney World dessert at either Aloha Isle and Sunshine Tree Terrace. If you aren’t a fan of pineapple, don’t worry — there are many other flavors of Dole Whip to choose from, including raspberry and coconut.
If you want your Dole Whips to be extra fancy, consider trying one of the many floats Disney offers! They’ll often rotate through seasonal varieties of floats, but one of our favorites is of course the Kakamora Float.
If you’re looking for something savory, we also have to give a shoutout to our beloved Spring Rolls from the Adventureland Spring Roll Cart! These come in a variety of flavors, like Cheeseburger and Pepperoni Pizza.
Adventureland is one of our favorite Magic Kingdom lands from a snack P.O.V., and it’s easy to see why!
Our number one snack of choice in Frontierland is a bit of an imposter! That’s because normally, we would tell you all to grab an order of Corn Dog Nuggets from Casey’s Corner on Main Street, U.S.A. But since Casey’s is STILL closed (yup, it’s been well over a year at this point), you’ll have to head over to Westward Ho to find these bite-sized treats.
While we wait for Casey’s Corner to reopen, we’ll gladly make a little pitstop in Frontierland to grab an order of Corn Dog Nuggets!
Liberty Square is where you’ll find Sleepy Hollow Refreshments, home of the Fresh Fruit and Nutella Waffle Sandwich. This is perhaps the most shareable of the snacks we’ve mentioned thus far — trust us, you’ll want to have a friend to help you tackle this beautiful monster of a sandwich!
Right now, this snack is back to being served only in the mornings before 11AM, so be sure to start your day on the right foot by ordering one of these for breakfast!
It’s big, it’s warm, and it’s covered in icing — what more could you want?
We know we just told you to grab a Fresh Fruit and Nutella Waffle Sandwich at Sleepy Hollow for breakfast, but maybe save a little bit of room in your stomach for a Cinnamon Roll, too!
Last but certainly not least, we have to talk about Tomorrowland! One of our favorite snacks from Tomorrowland has got to be the Stuffed Pretzels from The Launching Pad. These come in a few different varieties, including Cream Cheese and Jalapeno Cheese.
Alright, we knew this was our top ONE snack from each land…but we lied a little. We couldn’t talk about our favorite snacks from Tomorrowland and not mention the Cheshire Cat Tail. This dessert recently found a new home in Tomorrowland since its usual place of residency, Cheshire Cafe, remains closed as of this writing.
We hope this list gave you a good starting point when deciding what to snack on when you visit Magic Kingdom! There’s a huge variety of delicious snacks not only this park, but in the other three parks as well. If you need more ideas, we have a list of the 50 bucket list Disney World snacks you have to try at least once — click the link below to read more!