Favourite WDW snacks!!

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Favourite WDW snacks!!

I'm on a mission to find the best Disney snacks in preparation for my visit in July! I haven't been back to WDW for a couple of years now so I feel a little behind with the times now. What's new that people can suggest? I've tried the classics, dole whip, turkey leg, carrot cake cookie etc- in need of some new food goals! Thankyou in advance mickey

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Cheeseburger Eggrolls if you can find them. They are now supposed to be in Animal Kingdom in Dinoland USA, didn't see them last trip.

Chocolate covered pineapple found in all parks I think. Germany's Caramel shop has it with dark and milk chocolate and caramel drizzle. Their chocolate and caramel covered strawberries are really good too

Eggrolls and fried rice at AK Yak and Yeti Local Foods

these are just a couple favorites I get each time and of course an oldie but goodie... POPCORN!!!!

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The absolute best snack is the croissant doughnut from the Refreshment Port in Epcot. Warm, flaky and covered with cinnamon sugar. awesome

I also like Mickey ice cream sandwiches but that doughnut is to die for.

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JanJ wrote:
The absolute best snack is the croissant doughnut from the Refreshment Port in Epcot. Warm, flaky and covered with cinnamon sugar. awesome

I also like Mickey ice cream sandwiches but that doughnut is to die for.

No doubt about it, that is the best. awesome

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Vettelover wrote:
JanJ wrote:
The absolute best snack is the croissant doughnut from the Refreshment Port in Epcot. Warm, flaky and covered with cinnamon sugar. awesome

I also like Mickey ice cream sandwiches but that doughnut is to die for.

No doubt about it, that is the best. awesome

Absolutely. Even the seagulls love them! rolling

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JanJ wrote:
The absolute best snack is the croissant doughnut from the Refreshment Port in Epcot. Warm, flaky and covered with cinnamon sugar. awesome

I also like Mickey ice cream sandwiches but that doughnut is to die for.

Ugh why do I keep forgetting about that one gaah I'm going to have to make it my mission to try one next trip!

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I just saw a doughnut sundae on the Disney food blog ( sold at the Plaza ice cream parlour) that looked delicious!
I like the chocolate macaron ice cream sandwich in France, milk chocolate s'mores square at the confectionary, the classic Mickey bar mickey samosas at animal kingdom ( kiosk called mr Kamals).

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Tinkerbell wrote:
in need of some new food goals! Thankyou in advance mickey

At Disney Springs make a stop at

  • Amorette's Patisserie, I had the fall seasonal mini cake and it was amazing.
  • Sprinkles Cupcakes, to use the cupcake ATM
  • Morimoto Asia Street Food for Bao Tacos
  • Coca-Cola Store Rooftop Lounge, coke float sampler

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The carrot cake cookie is my fave!

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Nutella and fruit waffle at Sleepy Hollow! Dole Whip with Rum at Tamu Tamu in AK.

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JanJ wrote:
Vettelover wrote:
JanJ wrote:
The absolute best snack is the croissant doughnut from the Refreshment Port in Epcot. Warm, flaky and covered with cinnamon sugar. awesome

I also like Mickey ice cream sandwiches but that doughnut is to die for.

No doubt about it, that is the best. awesome

Absolutely. Even the seagulls love them! rolling

I saw a girl about loose her fish and chips Sunday. She was walking to her table, it swooped down from behind her. She is so lucky she didn't drop it, the bird hit her head!

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JMed wrote:
JanJ wrote:
Vettelover wrote:
JanJ wrote:
The absolute best snack is the croissant doughnut from the Refreshment Port in Epcot. Warm, flaky and covered with cinnamon sugar. awesome

I also like Mickey ice cream sandwiches but that doughnut is to die for.

No doubt about it, that is the best. awesome

Absolutely. Even the seagulls love them! rolling

I saw a girl about loose her fish and chips Sunday. She was walking to her table, it swooped down from behind her. She is so lucky she didn't drop it, the bird hit her head!

Haha, those seagulls are not shy at all. I wish I had a picture of Ken's face when that one stole his croissant donut.

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I haven't been to WDW yet, but at Disneyland its churros.

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JMed wrote:
Cheeseburger Eggrolls if you can find them. They are now supposed to be in Animal Kingdom in Dinoland USA, didn't see them last trip.

Chocolate covered pineapple found in all parks I think. Germany's Caramel shop has it with dark and milk chocolate and caramel drizzle. Their chocolate and caramel covered strawberries are really good too

Eggrolls and fried rice at AK Yak and Yeti Local Foods

these are just a couple favorites I get each time and of course an oldie but goodie... POPCORN!!!!

Ooh cheeseburger egg rolls sound interesting! I have tried the chocolate strawberries they are delicious! Didn't know about the pineapple will definitely look out for it x

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JanJ wrote:
The absolute best snack is the croissant doughnut from the Refreshment Port in Epcot. Warm, flaky and covered with cinnamon sugar. awesome

I also like Mickey ice cream sandwiches but that doughnut is to die for.

I think I will definitely try the croissant doughnut, what a brilliant combination!

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I'm a big fan of the waffle with Nutella and berries.. The kids and I make these at home on weekends, sometimes.. They're Nutella fanatics, like me!! Good Stuff!! awesome

Allie wrote:
Nutella and fruit waffle at Sleepy Hollow! Dole Whip with Rum at Tamu Tamu in AK.

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I love the cinnamon glazed pecans and almonds.. awesome They're a great snack that'll fill you up when you need a boost of energy... I know they are sold at AK and along the Boardwalk. I'm sure other parks have them as well..

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Another vote for the carrot cake cookie! awesome

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The croissant donuts in Epcot!! So good with a dole whip. And sugar fix for a month.

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Going back Jan 2018 and I ALWAYS look for the Dole Whips. I love the other items ( not so much the carrot cookie) but the Dole Whip IS Disney to me. muchlove

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