Let’s be honest — there are LOTS of snacks in Disney World.
Sometimes, all those snacks can get quite overwhelming, not to mention expensive! While there are some Disney snacks you can get for $1, the vast majority of them are more expensive and will take some budgeting and planning. If you’ve got your budget all secured and need to know how much you want to allocate for snacks, allow us to help with this guide to the best Disney World snacks for every budget!
We’ll be looking at 3 categories of snacks today — Under $5, $15 and Under, and the Splurges (Over $15).
Lunch Box Tarts from Woody’s Lunch Box
Over at Woody’s Lunch Box in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, you can find the Lunch Box Tarts for $4.49.
This spot always has a few consistent flavors you can get at any time, like Chocolate-Hazelnut, Raspberry, and Lemon-Blueberry, but also has seasonal flavors that come and go. They’re a great fun choice for kids, picky eaters, of if you’re just looking for something simple.
Caramel Butter Bar from Karamell-Küche
We’re big fans of Karamell-Küche in EPCOT, and you can get the Caramel Butter Bar for $4.99!
This simple sweet treat has been a favorite of ours for a while. It’s a light snack that will satisfy anyone’s sweet tooth, and if you love caramel, we highly recommend it!
Carrot Cake Cookie from Trolley Car Cafe
Another long-time DFB favorite is the Carrot Cake Cookie from Trolley Car Cafe for $4.99.
Not only is this a relatively cheap, delicious snack, but it’s HUGE! This sweet treat is certainly shareable, making it an even greater deal. We will warn you though, this treat is REALLY sweet, so prepare yourself ahead of time!
Pongu Lumpia from Pongu Pongu
This is the cheapest snack on our list for only $3.79 — the Pongu Lumpia from Pongu Pongu!
This is a bit of a controversial snack, as it’s a warm pineapple-cream cheese spring roll. The flavors are delicious if you enjoy pineapple and don’t mind warm cream cheese!
$15 And Under
Cheshire Cat Tail from Cheshire Cafe
Another DFB favorite, we’ve got the Cheshire Cat Tail for just over $5 at $5.79.
For a little while, this snack was replaced with the Cheshire Cat Paw, but just recently, the beloved Cat Tail returned. This is a simple pastry with melted chocolate chips inside and pink and purple drizzled frosting as decoration. This is a snack we highly recommend if you’re looking for something simple yet delicious.
Cookies from Gideon’s Bakehouse
These are ginormous half-pound cookies that are easily shareable or can be eaten in multiple servings. Located in Disney Springs, this popular spot is very hard to miss — just look for the long line!
Cheeseburger Steamed Pods from Satu’li Canteen
Of course, the Cheeseburger Pods have to make the list too! You can grab these at Satu’li Canteen in Animal Kingdom for $13.29, or as a kids’ meal for $8.59.
These remind us of McDonald’s cheeseburgers, just stuffed in a bao bun! If you’re not super hungry, you can get the kids’ meal and save some cash. It’s a great meal for pickier eaters because while the flavors are familiar, the presentation draws you into the world of Pandora!
Ronto Wrap from Ronto Roasters
This is a very filling meal that consists of Roasted Pork, Grilled Pork Sausage, Peppercorn Sauce, and Tangy Slaw wrapped in Pita Bread. It’s an awesome way to immerse yourself in the world and eat a delicious meal at the same time!
Spring Rolls from the Spring Roll Cart
Another one that was a given for this list — Spring Rolls from the Magic Kingdom Spring Roll Cart for $9.50!
The Spring Roll Cart isn’t always in business, however, so sometimes it can be hard to grab these. Which is why we strongly encourage you to grab some if you see that it’s open! Flavors change often, so sometimes it’s a surprise what will be on the menu for the day.
Petit Cakes at Amorette’s Patisserie
Petit Cakes at Amorette’s Patisserie are certainly expensive, ranging between $20-$22, but they never fail to look beautiful!
Amorette’s often releases new petit cakes for new seasons or special events, and while they’re normally a variety of different flavors, we encourage you to make sure you’ll like the flavors of the cake. That way, you’ll enjoy eating it as much as you’ll love taking photos of it!
Kitchen Sink at Beaches and Cream
Beaches & Cream Soda Shop has tons of delicious options to choose from, but one of the best is the Kitchen Sink for $36!
This giant sundae is made for 4 people and includes every single flavor of ice cream and every topping the restaurant has! You can also get a Chocolate Lovers or Neopolitan version!
Air Pirate’s Cargo Loaded Pretzel at Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar
Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar is located in Disney Springs and is home to the Air Pirate’s Cargo Loaded Pretzel for $22.
This shareable meal is Prosciutto, Sliced Brats, Artisan Pepperoni, Smoked Cheddar, Black Diamond Cheddar, Caraway Pickles, Spicy Mustard, and Beer Cheese Fondue served with a large pretzel. Even shared between friends, this can easily act as a meal, so split between multiple people, the price is pretty reasonable!
Fried Green Tomatoes at Homecomin’
Lastly, we’ve got the Bay Haven Bay Fried Green Tomatoes at Homecomin’ in Disney Springs for exactly $15!
These tomatoes are served with Shaved ham, rémoulade sauce, and dressed local greens. It’s technically considered a starter on the menu, but if you’re not insanely hungry, it could act as a meal!
And there you have it! The best Disney World snacks for every budget. If you’re still on the hunt for more snacks to grab, there are new beignets you can try, spicy new Galaxy’s Edge snacks, and all the offerings at EPCOT’s Festival of the Holidays! As always, stay tuned to DFB for all the latest Disney snack news.
What snack would you add to this list? Tell us in the comments below!