School is about to be back in session, friends! We know you’re planning out all the school supplies and items you’ll need before the semester starts.
But, one of the supplies you might be forgetting is a pantry full of Disney snacks! Don’t worry, though — we’ve got you covered with the BEST Disney-themed after-school snacks for your family!
After a long day of the kids working hard at school and you working hard as well, we’re sure you’re looking for an easy snack to make. And, we’ve got JUST the Disney Recipes for you!
Main Street Bakery Cinnamon Rolls
If you can have breakfast for dinner, why can’t you have breakfast for a snack too? And, the cinnamon rolls from Main Street Bakery are some of the best morning or afternoon snacks around! While you may not be able to find these in the parks anymore, you can still make your own at home!
You can find ingredient substitutions to make these cinnamon rolls even BETTER than you remember, so your kids have the perfect pre-home snack.
Num Num Cookies
If we could have a Num Num Cookie every day, we absolutely would. While the buttery and chocolate treat might seem difficult to perfect, they’re actually SUPER easy to make!
So, pull out your cookie tray, your mixing bowls, and get baking!
Tiana might be able to make a whole batch of her famous beignets quickly, but you can also make Mickey Beignets on your own too! And, we’re more than happy that we can have these fluffy treats outside of the parks (and your kids will be as well).
The recipe makes 10 jumbo beignets or 2 dozen smaller ones, so everyone can have as many as they’d like!
Did you know that authentic Dole Whip is one of the easiest Disney snacks to make? There are two ways you can do it, and both require very little effort.
So, what are you waiting for?! We know you’re craving one, just as much as your kids!
Carrot Cake Cookies
The good ole’ days used to have the wonderful Carrot Cake Cookie Sandwich that existed at the Writer’s Stop. When it closed, though, the recipe changed when the cookie made its way to the Trolley Car Cafe.
But, it’s a good thing that we have the ORIGINAL Carrot Cake Cookie recipe that will make your tastebuds happy and your family even happier.
Mac and Cheese
Put down that Kraft Mac and Cheese box! We’ve got one of the best cheesy mac recipes this side of the Disney Recipe realm. Jiko at Disney’s Animal Kingdom is a GREAT restaurant for its incredible food, but the Mac & Cheese there isn’t like anything you’ve ever had.
And, you can try it for yourself without ever leaving your kitchen with our recipe!
Although we have a love for Mickey Pretzels, some of the best pretzels you can find in the parks are over in EPCOT’s Germany Pavilion! If you’re craving something savory, then you can actually make your own Disney Pretzels from the parks to share with everyone.
Of course, we recommend a cheesy dipping sauce for that extra kick that your whole family will love!
But, if you don’t feel like making anything and just want a quick snack, there are plenty of great options at your local grocery store as well!
Although we love plenty of Disney’s sweets, you can also give your kids healthy choices that are just as delicious! The Disney Foodles Crunch Pak comes with peeled apples, cheese cubes, and Mickey-shaped crackers for only $2.89 for a balanced snack.
There are even the Frozen Go-Gurt Tubes with Vanilla Flurries and Strawberry Ice Castle flavors with 16 tubes in a box for $4.69.
We don’t even feel guilty having seconds with these healthy Disney snacks!
Many of us grew up on Goldfish as an after-school snack, clearly making them a must-have on this list. But, now you can even snag Disney-inspired Goldfish snack packs on the shelves of your local store! There are Mickey Goldfish with Mickey head-shaped snacks…
…as well as the Mickey AND Minnie version, where Minnie gets a little bow of course.
Or, you can opt for the Disney Princess Goldfish, whose designs feature Cinderella, Jasmine, Moana, and the like.
Each of these Goldfish versions costs $1.79 per 6.6 oz pack, so there’s plenty to go around with your whole family.
Pixar Fruit Snacks
Betty Crocker’s Pixar Fruit Snacks with designs inspired by all your favorites, like Finding Nemo, Toy Story, and The Incredibles.
You can take home a pack of 10 fruit snack pouches for $2.19. That means you can have one along with your kiddos after school!
While the frosting only has a slight pineapple flavor to it and not too much Dole Whip emphasis, the flavor of that amazing Lofthouse sugar cookie is definitely worth it.
The Disney Parks aren’t the only spots you can grab that famous Disney ice cream! You can head to the freezer aisle at a nearby store to find lots of Disney-themed ice cream treats!
Those aren’t the only Disney frozen treats you can find, though!
If you have any Disney Princess fans at home, you can give them one of the Frozen Mini Ice Pops that come in Berry, Cherry, or Raspberry flavors…
…or you can give your little superheroes one of the Spider-Man Popsicles that come in Strawberry, Blue Raspberry, or Lime instead! Each popsicle pack costs only $4.29 with 18 mini pops in the Frozen box and 6 bars in the Spider-Man box.
Are you craving Disney World popcorn like we are? Well, we have a surprise for you: Disney’s popcorn is available at the grocery store! That’s right, Disney World’s official popcorn partner is Pop Secret!
We’re sure your kids will be all over these awesome Disney snacks! And, you can even have a few or as many as you’d like to! You can keep up with us to check out, even more, eats and treats we find in the parks and beyond. Stay tuned with DFB for the latest Disney dining, entertainment, and news coming soon!
What’s your favorite Disney snack to have at home? Let us know in the comments below!