Disneyworld is easily one of the most magical places in the world. Time spent at the park can make any adult feel like a child and any child feel like all their dreams are coming true. I seriously struggle with my favorite part of the parks. I love the rides, I love the shows, I love all the hidden details, I love the decorations but what I REALLY love is the FOOOD. Which is why I’m bringing you the “Best Food to Eat at Disneyworld”
Where to find it: Epcot France Pavillion
This alcoholic frozen cocktail is the perfect way to cool you down on a hot Florida day. If you’re on that “parent life” it will give you the 5 minutes of pure bliss while you tune out your kids for a little.
Where to find it: Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie (Epcot’s France Pavilion)
Easily some of the best whipped cream I’ve ever had in my life. I would suggest just starting off with 2 right away.
Where to find it: Katsura Grill (Epcot Japan Pavillion)
A savory alternative to the typical Disney food you’ll find around the park.
Where to find it: Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe (Epcot Norway Pavillion)
The perfect sweet but not TOO sweet treat.
Wheezy’s Breezy Freezy
Where to find it: Hey Howdy Hey Take Away in Pixar Place (Hollywood Studios)
This frozen drink is so yummy and helps to wash down a Mickey pretzel. Also available in Coke, Wild Cherry, Lemonade or Blue Raspberry flavors.
Where to find it: Available at all the parks
This pretzel is GIANT and it’s shaped like Mickey, need I say more?
For some reason Disney loves its footlong hot dogs, but as a serious lover of all things hot dogs, I’m all for it!
Mickey Ice Cream Sandwich
Where to find it: All over each park
It gets so damn hot in Disney that ice cream breaks are practically a must. This ice cream sandwich is perfect when you can’t find any shade but need to cool down.
The Night Blossom
Where to find it: Pongu Pongu in Pandora – The World of Avatar (Animal Kingdom)
Boba balls on top. I repeat BOBA BALLS ON TOP. Plus who can turn down a cocktail that looks more like a colorful popsicle?
Where to find it: Gaston’s Tavern in Magic Kingdom
To be honest, it reminds me a lot of Butterbeer that you’d find at Universal Studios. The composition is similar but the flavor is a bit different. VERY tasty overall.
Where to find it: Big Top Souvenirs in Magic Kingdom
If you’re on the hunt for a super decadent little pick me up then these cake pops are a must. Also, who can turn down a cake pop that looks like Mickey?! Look at those little buttons!!
Where to find it: Aloha Isle in Magic Kingdom
Yes you’ve probably already heard about this pineapple, creamy cult classic dessert. Yes it’s worth every bit of the hype
Where to find it: The Friar’s Nook in Magic Kingdom
This is probably one of the most extra desserts you can find at Disney. As if Twinkie’s weren’t already really bad for you Disney takes it up one notch and fries them. But DAMN they are so delicious.
Mickey Ice Cream Bars
Where to find it: Everywhere
Another contender in the Disney Ice Cream game. The chocolate coating is rich and delicious while the ice cream is perfectly creamy.
Where to find it: Epcot
This cocktail is only available during certain festivals but if you come across it in Epcot DO NOT SLEEP ON IT. Part drink, part meal and all the goodness that comes from a mid day Bloody Mary.
Where to find it: Tortuga Tavern in Adventureland, Prince Eric Village Market in Fantasyland, Liberty Square Market in Liberty Square. All of these places are found in Magic Kingdom. Fife & Drum Tavern in Epcot (American Pavillion). Yak & Yeti in Animal Kingdom
Turkey legs are a staple when it comes to Disney. If you’re determined to check that off your Disney foodie list be warned these bad boys are HUGE and super filling. Maybe wait a few minutes before hopping on Splash Mountain or Big Thunder Mountain.
Spicy Barbacoa Beef Fajitas
Where to find it: Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe in Frontierland (Magic Kingdom)
This restaurant alone is a steal. It’s no secret that meals at Disney can be pretty pricey but this place easily gives you the most bang for your buck. Along with each meal there is a full salad and salsa bar FOR FREE. You could fill up on a MASSIVE meal for less than $20 which is a Disney steal. Plus the shredded beef is wayyyy better than I was originally planning to give credit for.
The food at Disneyworld is part of the experience. So go ahead have that extra treat, cheat on your diet and enjoy the magic of Disneyworld. Have any suggestions on things to eat that weren’t mentioned here? Let me know in the comments!