A key part of any Disney World vacation is the treats it serves. Planning out your treat purchases is a vital part of planning if your stomach rules your world like mine does.
The Must Eat Disney Treats Countdown
I know this one isn’t very unique to just Disney but it’s just something I find myself seeking out trip after trip to the parks.
9. Mickey Carmel Apples
8. School Bread
This is a lesser known treat that can be found inside the Norway Pavillion at Epcot. So what exactly is School Bread? It’s a sweet bread roll, injected with vanilla pudding or custard, then covered with sweet icing and toasted coconut.
7. Zebra Domes
This treat is off the beaten path over at the Animal Kingdom Lodge but it is worth the trip. These treats are filled with a delicious chocolate mousse and are unlike your typical sugary desert.
6. Turkey Leg
Disney Turkey legs are like the ones you see at Thanksgiving but on steroids. These supersized monsters are a lot to eat and the perfect treat to share! Turkey legs are
5. Casey’s Corn Dog Nuggets
I have to admit I didn’t find out about this until recently. We got trapped in a rain storm and I noticed this delicious treat. Come to find out it’s very popular and well loved by Magic Kingdom visitors. You can pick Corn Dog Nuggets up at Casey’s Corner in the Magic Kingdom.
4. Masters Cupcake aka The Grey Stuff
You can’t go all the way to Disney and not try the gray stuff, c’mon it’s delicious! It’s a chocolate lover’s dream with chocolate sponge cake and a chocolate icing.
3. Mickey Rice Krispy Treats
Of course, another Mickey-shaped treat tops our list. There are so many varieties of these Rice Krispy treats you can find throughout the park we could write a whole post on just that! If you want the ultimate version you can go make your very own at Goofy’s Candy Co. in Disney Springs.
2. Mickey Mouse Premium Ice Cream Bar
This treat is simple and sweet. It is vanilla ice cream dipped in a milk chocolate coating. Any food Mickey-shaped is automatically more delicious in my book.
1. Dole Whip
The Dole Whip has become a staple of our visits to the resort. I even have several tee shirts dedicated to my love for Dole Whip. Never heard of a Dole Whip? It’s a pineapple soft serve ice cream that will change your life! Did I mention it’s a 100% dairy free for all you folks out there like me who normally avoid ice cream made with milk.
Looking for some more inspiration? Check out our Top Ten Snacks on the Disney Dining Plan for some more ideas on what to eat during your next Disney World vacation.
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