Disney has become synonymous with some of its food and its presentation rife for posting on social media. The snacks don’t just look good, though, as some of them make for truly good treats that will soon become cannot-misses on your vacations.
Mickey Premium Bar
The iconic ice cream bar is more known for its shape than its innovation in flavor, but it’s a great ice cream snack that is perfect for a warm day. It’s just as good as the most famous ice cream bar brands, but this one looks way cooler in pictures.
Pandora’s night blossom frozen drink and lumpia snack made waves when the land first opened, and they’re still just as good over a year later. The lumpia, filled with cream cheese and pineapple, is warm and gooey and is perfect for breakfast or a snack of its own after dining at Satu’li Canteen.
The multicolored drink, on the other hand, is quite possibly one of the very best treats for a hot day in the parks. It’s not overly sweet or fruity, but finds a perfect balance in between, loaded on top with boba balls that are a bit of a rarity on property. The standard version is non-alcoholic, but there is one sold to adults that sees a healthy pouring of rum on top.
The dole whip has achieved near-mythical status, and for good reason. There’s no better snack on a warm day, with its soft serve ice cream and pineapple juice mixing to form one of Disney’s most unforgettable treats.
The ones at Aloha Isle in Magic Kingdom Park® are undoubtedly fantastic, but the ones at the Disney’s Polynesian Villa Resort might have the leg up on them. The resort offers vanilla soft serve instead of pineapple for a better balance of flavors and comes with shorter lines and unique views to boot. Either way, you can’t go wrong.