There are plenty of treats to go around at Walt Disney World. Some of them are more traditional theme park fare and some offer something a little more special. As you tour the parks and resorts of Walt Disney World looking for something good to snack on, be on the lookout for these must try treats.
Pineapple Upside Down Cake
Arguable the best treat in Magic Kingdom. You can get your Dole Whip in more locations now, but Aloha Isle in Adventureland is the only place you can get this fluffy sweet cake topped with everyone’s favorite pineapple soft serve.
Just down the jungle a little way is another Adventureland staple that is sure to hit the spot. The citrus swirl provides a winning combination of orange and vanilla. It’s best as a float served in orange soda.
No Way Jose
Way outside of Magic Kingdom, in the Epcot resort area is Beaches and Cream, a classic soda fountain at the Beach Club resort. This place is famous for the kitchen sink, but the chocolate and peanut butter overload of a No Way Jose is all you need to get your fix of creamy deliciousness.
Lunch Box Tart
This exciting gourmet spin on the classic toaster pastry is not only brand new, but an instant success. You can only get it at Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land over at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Your choices are raspberry, or chocolate and hazelnut topped with bacon crumbles.
Colossal Cinnamon Roll
The gigantic cinnamon roll shaped like a mickey head in Animal Kingdom is delicious, sharable and a great way to start your jungle trek. You can find it in Creature Comforts, which is a very large Starbucks with prompt service, for those in desperate need of their morning pick-me-up.
Also in Animal Kingdom is a fantastic treat found at Zuri’s Sweets Shop in the Africa section of the park. The chocolate Mickey’s come in two tasty combinations. Dark Chocolate and chili, and milk chocolate and banana. For a unique treat, get the banana, but if you like spicy (it’s pretty hot) get the chili.
This coconut topped cream filled pastry is the Dole Whip of the Norway pavilion. It’s a quick stop at the kiosk as you pass through or head for the line to Frozen ever after.
This is a truly special and unique treat found at L’Artisan Des Glaces. The premier location for ice cream in Epcot is at the France Pavilion in World Showcase. It’s your choice of ice cream and sauce pressed into a sort of sandwich, in a homemade brioche.
For the shaved ice fan, looking for something special, Kakigori features exotic flavors and a delicious, sweet cream topping. This uniquely Japanese treat can even be enjoyed with sake.
One of the most exquisite selections among many of the top treats in Epcot. Karmel Kuche in the Germany Pavilion is the ultimate place to visit in Disney World for caramel treats.
What’s your favorite?
Have you tried any of these amazing treats? Do you have a favorite must have treat that you didn’t see here? Let us know about it!