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10 Best Magic Kingdom Snacks

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Updated: 2019

Here are the best Magic Kingdom snacks to help keep you energized as you tackle the “Most Magical Place on Earth”.

Bella and the family toast each other with our Dole Whip cups at Aloha Isle

You may not want to have a sit down meal once you read this list. After all, there is nothing wrong with snacking your way through a day at the Magic Kingdom!

WDW Snack Series

We’ve put together lists of the best snacks for each of the Disney theme parks and Disney Springs, so be sure to check those out:

10 Best Magic Kingdom Snacks

When I think of my favorite Magic Kingdom snacks, I think of foods that are fun and quick. The snacks that made the cut are both sweet and salty, and are sure to satisfy any type of craving you might have.

Main Street Popcorn

Disney cast members stand at the ready to serve popcorn from a cart in Town Square in Magic Kingdom.

Location: Popcorn Cart, Main Street U.S.A.
Price: $5.00 (1 DDP Snack Credit), $10.00 in a souvenir bucket, $2.00 refills (DDP) (length of stay).

While popcorn is widely available throughout Walt Disney World, there’s nothing like diving into a bucket while sitting on Main Street waiting for a parade or fireworks.

Splurge for the souvenir popcorn bucket and you get a cool souvenir which you can also refill at any park for the length of your stay for just $2.00!

Loaded Tots and Fries

Tater tots in a bowl, topped with shredded buffalo chicken, blue cheese, and chopped celery.

Location: Friar’s Nook – Fantasyland
Price: $9.99 – $10.99

When we first made this list, this spot belonged to Frontierland waffle fries. They’ve since been retired and thankfully these tots arrived to take their place. Currently, the loaded tots come in 2 different varieties: Loaded Buffalo Chicken Tots ($9.99) and Creamy Bacon Mac & Cheese tots ($10.99).

For Kids, The Friar’s Nook has Tots with Cheese for $7.19

Other loaded fries in the Magic Kingdom:

  • Casey’s Corner Bacon Mac & Cheese Fries ($6.49/1 DDP Snack Credit)
  • Casey’s Corner Loaded Fries of the Month ($6.49/1 DDP Snack Credit)
  • Golden Oak Outpost Chili Queso Waffle Fries ($6.49/1 DDP Snack Credit)

Cheshire Cat Tail

A Cheshire Cat Tail pastry in its container on a brick ledge in front of a flower bed

Location:  Cheshire Cafe, Fantasyland
Price: $5.49 (1 DDP Snack Credit)

The Cheshire Cafe is an underrated spot to get a treat. This is where you can grab the flaky sweet pastry known as the Cheshire Cat Tail. The colorful purple and blue icing makes it resemble the mischievous feline from Alice in Wonderland. And just like the Cheshire Cat, this chocolate and cream filled treat will disappear quick!

The Cheshire Cat Tail makes for a great snack, or even breakfast!

Chocolate-Covered Pineapple Skewer

a row of skewered pineapple slices sits next to a row of chocolate-covered pineapple skewers in a case at Big Top Treats

Location: Big Top Treats, Storybook Circus
Price: $4.29 (1 DDP Snack Credit)

Big Top Treats is a great place to refresh on a hot day in the Magic Kingdom. You can go inside, browse the merchandise, and grab a tasty treat from their large selection.

One of our favorites is the Chocolate-covered pineapple skewers. It’s a healthy way to beat the heat!

Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich

Half of a Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich left in the container. The Waffle is folded, and strawberries, bananas, and blueberries are piled on top of a layer of Nutella.

Location: Sleepy Hollow, Liberty Square
Price: $8.29

We mentioned this one in our 10 Best Snacks at Walt Disney World, but it’s so good it deserved to be repeated. This Nutella and fruit smothered waffle is big enough for the entire family to share. As you can see from the picture, it was half gone before we could get the camera out!

Mickey Kitchen Sink Ice Cream Sundae (Mickey Pants)

An ice cream sundae in a plastic sink that looks like Mickey Mouse pants sits on a table outside the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor. Cinderella Castle can be seen in the background.

Location: Plaza Ice Cream Parlor, Main Street, U.S.A.
Price: $16.99

Top off your day at the Magic Kingdom with this shareable mini version of the famous Beaches and Cream Kitchen Sink Sundae. It comes with your choice of two scoops of ice cream, topped with either hot fudge, peanut butter or caramel, and whipped cream, two cherries, all served in a souvenir plastic Mickey Pants sink!

Just make sure you have a plan for the sink after you’re done!

Corn Dog Nuggets

Corn dog nuggets in a basket with french fries at Caseys Corner

Location: Casey’s Corner, Main Street, U.S.A.
Price: $8.99 (meal with apple slices or fries), mobile ordering available.

These juicy mini hot dogs are wrapped in a golden coating of corn bread. They are a great grab and go snack. Opt for the apple slices over the fries, and then get loaded fries here or loaded tots at Friar’s Nook later.

Other corn dog options:

  • Foot Long Corn Dog – Sleepy Hollow Refreshments ($10.99)
  • Corn Dog – Werstward Ho ($8.99)

Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bar

Bella is about to take the first bite of her Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bar while wearing her pink sparkly Minnie ears.

Location: Various locations
Price: $5.75 (1 DDP Snack Credit)

Arguably the most iconic Disney World snack, the Mickey Bar can be found just about anywhere at the parks and resorts. But as good as they are, there’s nothing that compares to enjoying a Mickey Bar in the Magic Kingdom. Our visit just isn’t complete until that happens.

Dole Whip

A Dole Whip Cup in front of the Enchanted Tiki Room. A Tiki Statue and door are seen in the background

Location: Aloha Isle
Price: $4.99 cup, $5.99 Float, $6.99 Pineapple Upside-Down Cake (All 1 DDP Snack Credit), mobile ordering available

No list of Magic Kingdom snacks is complete without a mention of the popular Dole Whip. Purists can get theirs straight up in a cup, or you can opt to get the float or now even have it served on top of a slice of pineapple upside-down cake!

And you can skip the line at this popular spot by mobile ordering your treats using the My Disney Experience App.

Peter Pan Float

A hand holding up the Peter Pan Float in front of the Storybook Treats building

Location: Storybook Treats, Fantastyland
Price: $5.99 (1 DDP Snack Credit)

Other flavors of Dole Whip (Dole Soft Serve) have been popping up around the parks. One we have enjoyed is the Peter Pan Float which features Lime Soft Serve with Sprite, topped with a chocolate feather.

If the float is not appealing, give the Lost Princess Cone at try!

So, did your favorite Magic Kingdom snack make our list? Let us know in the comments!

Be sure to check out our favorite snacks from the rest of Walt Disney World. Happy snacking!

Walt Disney World Snack Guide

So many snacks and so little time. Here is our park by park guide to the best snacks to enjoy while at Walt Disney World.

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Micky Bars are now $5.00 :( :(

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Tuesday 5th of May 2015

Love the list, although I wished I liked the dole whip more.

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Thursday 13th of August 2015

It is an acquired taste. I didn't really love it at first myself!

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