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Where to Find The Best Cheap Disney Snacks for Under $10

Let’s face it: Walt Disney World is expensive. Between the price of travel, Disney resort hotels, and Disney park tickets, it can feel overwhelming to plan a family vacation. However, there are actually a lot of great cheap Disney snacks available throughout the Walt Disney World parks and resorts that can save you money on your next trip!

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There are a lot of changes coming to the Walt Disney World Resort in 2024, but one of the biggest is the return of the Disney Dining Plan. Guests can already add the dining plan to existing reservations or new reservations for dates starting on or after January 9, 2024.

Two new plans are available: the Disney Dining Plan and the Quick Service Dining Plan. Both plans offer one snack credit/nonalcoholic drink per night of stay and one resort-refillable mug per Guest. The Disney Dining Plan additionally offers 1 table service meal and one quick service meal per night of stay, while the Quick Service Dining Plan offers two quick service meals per night of stay.

From Mickey-shaped snacks to quick meals in the parks and cocktails by the pool, paying for food at Walt Disney World can add up during your vacation. Even though meals and snacks can get quite pricey, there are also many delicious cheap eats you can find for under $10!

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Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich, $8.49

Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich
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Sleepy Hollow in Magic Kingdom’s Liberty Square serves sweet and savory waffle delights. The Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich is a great snack that offers good bang for your buck. For $8.49, this warm waffle is topped with strawberries, bananas, blueberries, and chocolate hazelnut spread. This dining location also offers Mickey waffles and Funnel Cakes, all for less than $10.

DOLE Whip Pineapple Juice Float, $6.49

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom is home to Tamu Tamu Refreshments in Africa, serving Disney’s iconic DOLE Whip. You can find frozen DOLE Whip delights throughout the Walt Disney World Resort, but this dining location offers the DOLE Whip Pineapple Juice Float for just $6.49. For another cheap Disney snack, try the Pineapple Crisp Sundae when you visit.

Warm Cinnamon Roll, $6.99

Cinnamon Roll from Gaston's Tavern
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Gaston’s Tavern in Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland serves delicious eats inspired by Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (1991). The Warm Cinnamon Roll is a great cheap Disney snack, available for $6.99. The tavern also offers The Grey Stuff Cupcake for $5.79.

Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich, $7.79

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In Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Dino-Bite Snacks serves tasty prehistoric treats in DinoLand, U.S.A. Grab the Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich for $7.79. This dessert features freshly baked cookies sandwiching vanilla ice cream.

Lunch Box Tart, $4.79

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Woody’s Lunch Box in Disney’s Hollywood Studios serves toy-sized eats all day for you to enjoy. One of our favorite cheap Disney snacks to grab in Toy Story Land is the Lunch Box Tart. This homemade pastry is available in raspberry, as well as additional seasonal flavors throughout the year.

Waffle Platter, $9.49

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Hollywood Scoops in Disney’s Hollywood Studios may be one of the most underrated dining locations in the park. This restaurant serves a unique Mickey Waffle Platter, topped with fresh blueberries and whipped cream. This whole meal is available during breakfast for $9.49, just under $10.

Werther’s Original Caramel Butter Bar, $5.29

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Our next cheap Disney snack is found at Karamell-Küche in EPCOT’s Germany Pavilion. This World Showcase bakery is home to the delicious Werther’s Original Caramel Butter Bar. This snack features Werther’s Original Caramel layered into buttery shortbread for $5.29.

Kakigori with Sweet Milk Topping, $7.00

Kakigori at Kabuki Cafe
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For a refreshing frozen treat, head to Kabuki Cafe in EPCOT’s Japan Pavilion. This cafe serves Kakigori with Sweet Milk Topping for $7.00. This Japanese dessert is sweet and refreshing, perfect for a hot park day.

Black Forest Baumkuchen, $5.49

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The Black Forest Baumkuchen is one of the most unique snacks that you can find at Walt Disney World, especially for under $10. This “tree cake” is a multilayered cake designed by Pastry Culinary Director Stefan Riemer. You can enjoy this delicacy at Connections Eatery in EPCOT for $5.49.

Carrot Cake Whoopie Pie, $4.99

Carrot Cake Cookies The Trolley Car Cafe best cheap disney snacks
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If you love sweet desserts, you’re going to love the Carrot Cake Whoopie Pie (formerly known as Carrot Cake Cookie). This Disney snack features two slices of carrot cake sandwiching a velvety cream cheese filling. You can grab this snack at Trolley Car Cafe in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Pork Egg Rolls, $8.99

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If you’re craving a savory snack, look no further than Yak and Yeti Local Food Cafes. This quick service restaurant is found in Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Asia. For $8.99, you can enjoy two crispy fried pork egg rolls.

Mickey-shaped Beignets, $7.49

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You’ll find one of Disney’s most beloved snacks at Scat Cat’s Club Cafe. This restaurant is found at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter. For $7.49, you can enjoy three Mickey-shaped beignets, a sweet and rich fried snack. These beignets are served with your choice of caramel, chocolate, or raspberry sauce.

Zebra Domes, $4.59

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The Mara at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge is the home of our final snack, Zebra Domes. These chocolate desserts are available four for $4.59.

This post originally appeared on Disney Dining

Megan Losey

As a Disney foodie, I love writing about Disney food and snacks. Some of my favorites are the Carrot Cake Cookie from Trolley Car Cafe, the Mickey Beignets from Port Orleans French Quarter, and the Apple Blossom from Port Orleans Riverside. When I'm visiting the parks, you can find me on Main Street taking in the good vibe of Magic Kingdom or relaxing with a drink at the Polynesian watching the fireworks from the beach. As a previous Cast Member, I will always have a special place in my heart for the Magic Kingdom, especially Main Street U.S.A.

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