If you know me at all, you know that my family and I spend an almost disgusting amount of time in Walt Disney World, and we've definitely eaten our fair share of snacks in all the parks. It's cheaper to bring food to eat for meals, but its nearly impossible to not buy some of the adorable snacks that the park has to offer. I'm a sucker for anything that is cute, packaged cute, or is Disney themed. Rest in peace bank account.
While this may not be a "snack" per say, we had a reservation for an early morning visit to Be Our Guest, a totally gorgeous newer restaurant thats tucked nicely in the back of Fantasyland. The meals are over the top expensive, so we opted to order cupcakes and enjoy the pastries that the servers brought out with our order. It may be unconventional, we saved some cash and still had some early morning magic.
Back to legitimate snacks, the trip isn't complete without Dole Whips. I know a lot of people haven't tried them, and its total insanity to my whole family. We need to pick up a couple at least once while we're in the parks, as they are only available within Adventureland and at the Polynesian Resort. We've had knock off Dole Whips at Menchie's Frozen Yogurt, but it isn't the same. If you haven't had one yet, you need to try one on your next trip.
The Main Street Confectionary is adorable. While we don't always buy snack here, I couldn't help but look at all the cute snacks that they had to offer there on my last trip. We've had the Mickey Mouse Candy Apples in the past and they were too cute and yummy. It's a great little spot to cool off during the day, and you can watch the cast members make cotton candy and the sweets!
There are a bunch of little Joffrey's coffee stands through out the parks and right by the monorail at the Ticket and Transportation Center. This was my first trip picking up one of Joffrey's donuts. They're around the size of my head, and totally yummy.
I'm not going to lie, these were my breakfast on more than one occasion because they're pretty cheap, and super yummy. The youngest with us is OBSESSED with these donuts, and had us tracking them down for snacks.
While the parks do pump in scents near the food stands to make you want to buy snacks, I'm a sucker for the popcorn buckets. The buckets are always adorable, and are refillable for your entire stay for only $1.50, which makes for almost endless snacking for me. I picked up my Christmas bucket in Epcot, and got my refills in the parks the rest of my stay. Well worth the money.
On the last day of our trip, we picked up some frozen treats to cool off in the sun. Another must have, my mother had a Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bar and the youngest had a frozen lemonade. I had a bite of both, and it was a great end to our trip.
I hope these are some affordable and yummy options to try on your next trip back to WDW! If you've tried these before, feel free to leave a comment, or let me know what your favorite treat is in the parks!