The Best Treats at Walt Disney World

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Half of the fun of going to Disney World is trying all the yummy treats. With each new season, there are always so many fun new things to try. Disney sure does know how to make even the simplest of treats magical and delicious. We visited Disney World in November 2020 and I think it is safe to say, we tried nearly every seasonal snack that was available. There were a few closures, so we did miss out, but I will include the items that were mentioned many times in my research as well. Here are the best treats at Walt Disney World (November 2020).

The Best Treats at Walt Disney World

1. Orange Dole Whip Float

This orange treat tastes like a creamsicle but better. It is so yummy and refreshing.
Where to find it
Sunshine Tree Terrace- Magic Kingdom
Cost: $4.99-$5.99

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orange dole whip

2. Dole Whip

Basically pineapple ice cream but it is a Disney staple. You can find this other places around the states, but the dole whip at Disney is soo much better.
Where to find it
Aloha Isle- Adventureland, Magic Kingdom
Pineapple Lanai- The Polynesian Resort
Tamu Tamu Refreshments- Africa, Animal Kingdom
Cost: $4.99- $5.99

3. Chocolate Cake

Chocolate Cake with a crunchy cookie layer and banana cream topping. This dessert was so good. We all loved it and would definitely get it again.

Where to find it
Satu’ li Canteen- Animal Kingdom
Cost: $5.29

4. Mickey Mousse

Chocolate chiffon cake, dark chocolate mousse and white chocolate mousse. This dessert is so good and pretty and you don’t even have to go to a park to get it.

Where to find it
Amorette’s Patisserie- Disney Springs
Cost: Around $9

5. Crepe with Homemade Hazelnut and Chocolate Spread

The name says it all- this crepe was full of flavor and so good

Where to find it
Crepes des Chefs de France- France Pavillion, Epcot
Cost: Around $7.25

6. Creamy Bacon Macaroni and Cheese Tots

Creamy macaroni, crispy tots, served with bacon, onions, and sour cream. We also tried the bacon macaroni and cheese, but the tots were soo good. I highly recommend skipping the plain Mac and going for the tots.

Where to find it
The Friar’s Nook- Magic Kingdom
Cost: $10.99

7. School Bread

Sweet Roll bread filled with custard and dipped in coconut. This was such a delicious unique treat. We had them wrap it and it tasted good throughout the day.

We also got the Norwegian Kringla- a pretzel shaped pastry with almonds on top. This one was not as good and I would choose the school bread over it.

Where to find it
Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe- Norway, Epcot
Cost: $6.79

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8. Cream Cheese Warm Stuffed Pretzels

Where to find it
Check the app, there are a lot of locations:)
Cost: $6.79?

9. Chicken Dumplings

Comes with three and they are perfectly crispy and so delicious.
Where to find it
Mr. Kamal’s- Asia, Animal Kingdom
Cost: $5.99

10. Korean Fried Chicken Sandwich

This sandwich was one of my favorite things we tried from the trip. It was so good. It also comes with fries.
Where to find it
Yak and Yeti- Asia, Animal Kingdom
Cost: $13.99

korean fried chicken sandwich

11. Pork Egg Rolls

Comes with two- these were crispy and really good
Where to find it
Yak and Yeti- Asia, Animal Kingdom
Cost: $6.99

12. Mickey Bar

What is a trip to Disney without a mickey bar or mickey ice cream sandwich
Where to find it
All over the parks
Cost: $6.49

13. Mickey Pretzel

Mickey Pretzels are classic.
Where to find it
There are lots of locations in the parks

14. Caramel Gingerbread Cookie Sandwhich

Sandwich made of two soft gingerbread cookies with cream cheese frosting and decadent caramel in the middle of the cookie sandwich. This is pretty big and definitely shareable.

Where to find it
Karamell Küche: Germany, Epcot
Cost: $5.99

15. Pongu Lumpia

Pineapple Cream Cheese Spring Roll- this was so good, I think we got three
Where to find it
Pongu Pongu: Animal Kingdom
Cost: $3.29

Disney World Holiday 2020 Treats

1. An Orange Bird Christmas

Orange–scented white chocolate mousse filled with orange curd. Available November 6-December 30, 2020
Where to find it
Sunshine Tree Terrace- Magic Kingdom
Cost: Around $6.99

2. Pumpkin Ice Cream Sandwich

Vanilla Ice Cream sandwiched between two pumpkin cookies decorated with fall sprinkles Nov. 1–30)
This cookie is huge and definitely shareable.
Where to find it
Dino Bite Snacks- Animal Kingdom
Cost: Around $5.99

3. Let it Snow Taco

Sugar cookie “taco shell” filled with salted caramel and spiced chocolate mousse. I liked how thin the shell was, and the flavor was nice. I didn’t love the spiced mousse as much, but overall it was yummy. (Nov. 6 – Dec. 30)

Where to find it
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe- Magic Kingdom
Cost: $5.99

4. Frozen Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate

This drink was so delicious. Definitely really sweet and shareable (ask for an extra cup). It comes with the cutest glow cube too
Frozen salted caramel hot chocolate topped with marshmallows, green sugar, and a chocolate drizzle served with a souvenir Mickey Glow (Nov. 6 – Jan. 4)

Where to find it
PizzeRizzo, Backlot Express, ABC Commissary, and Rosie’s All–American Café- Hollywood Studios
Cost: $5.49

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5. Holiday Cannoli

Cannoli shell filled with pumpkin cheesecake and holiday sprinkles. This was yummy but the pumpkin flavor was very mild.

Where to find it
PizzeRizzo- Hollywood Studios
Cost: $4.99

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6. Christmas Churro

Mini Churros served with chocolate dipping sauce

Where to find it
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe- Magic Kingdom
Cost: $5.89

7. Yuletide Wishes

Chocolate cake filled with chocolate mousse and covered in chocolate ganache. This cake was really rich and delicious. If you like chocolate, you will love this.

Where to find it
Pinocchio Village Haus- Magic Kingdom
Cost: $4.99

8. Gingerbread Mickey Cookie

Disneyland has my all time favorite gingerbread cookie, but this was a close second. It was soft and delicious and had really good flavor
Where to find it
Main Street Confectionary- Magic Kingdom
Cost: $5.99 (I think)

9. Peppermint Bundt Cake Shake

This peppermint shake was amazing. The bundt cakes, while they were a cute decoration, they tasted a little stale. The shake was totally worth it though and so yummy.
Where to find it
Hollywood Scoops- Hollywood Studios
Cost: $8.49

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Disney World has so many delicious treats and foods. With so many things to try, you will never lack something to eat. Let me know in the comments below if you have any favorites that I haven’t tried. Hopefully this guide helps you in planning and budgeting for the best treats in Walt Disney World.

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