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7 Disney Snacks We Always Take Home With Us

When planning a Disney vacation, you will probably have a list of Disney snacks you plan to enjoy in Lake Buena Vista. Snacks that may be on your list include Dole WHIP, a Mickey Ice Cream Bar, a Mickey pretzel, school bread, and funnel cake. However, Disney snacks are also a great thing to plan to take home with you. They help when the Post Disney Depression is real. They can also help you countdown until your next Walt Disney World Resort visit. Here are the best snacks to take home with you.

Candied Popcorn

Did you know that you can make your own Disney popcorn? It may be the most expensive popcorn in the Walt Disney World Resort, but it’s worth the cost. Available in Magic Kingdom Park, candied popcorn is made at The Kernel Kitchen in the Main Street Confectionery store. For $12.99, you can choose a popcorn flavor that is topped with your choice of two toppings and syrup. Additional toppings are available for $1 each.

After you have placed your order at the register, you can watch your freshly made, customized popcorn be mixed. It’s served to you in a Main Street Confectionery bag. Candied popcorn is the ideal treat when the Disney blues have kicked in. Eat it while watching your favorite Disney movie once you’re home from your Disney vacation. We recommend buying your candied popcorn the day before or of travel home. Doing so will mean that it’s still fresh when you’re home.

Candied Popcorn, Main Street Confectionery, Magic Kingdom
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Mickey Rice Krispie Treats

A favorite Walt Disney World snack for many Guests visiting the Disney Parks is the Mickey Rice Krispie Treats. Mickey Rice Krispie Treats are available throughout the Walt Disney World Resort. Pick up yours from your favorite store in a Disney Park, or pick them up from your Disney Resort hotel before you leave. Smaller Rice Krispie treats are already pre-packaged, allowing them to keep for a while after you arrive home.

Alternatively, larger and freshly-made Rice Krispie Treats are available from the Main Street Confectionery and Big Top Souvenirs in Magic Kingdom Park, Disney’s Candy Cauldron, and Goofy’s Candy Company at Disney Springs. Typically, you can expect to pay between $4 and $6 for each Mickey Rice Krispie Treat. They’re a great way to taste the magic when you’re home. You may even wish to start your day with a Mickey-shaped treat and enjoy one for breakfast!

Crisped Rice Treat, Walt Disney World
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Gideon’s Bakehouse Cookies

If Disney Springs is the final area of Walt Disney World that you plan on visiting before you leave, then you should plan to visit Gideon’s Bakehouse. Gideon’s Bakehouse sells a tasty selection of cookies and bites that can be enjoyed upon purchase or up to a week afterward. While there may be a line to enter the store, the wait is worth it for the delicious treats you’ll be able to purchase. Cookie bites come in a pre-sealed packet, while your choice of cookies are served in paper bags and a box. You can choose from their best-selling cookies, as well as limited-edition flavors too. You’ll be glad you treated yourself when you are home!

Gideon's Bakehouse Chocolate Chip Cookie, Disney Springs
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Mickey Shortbread Rounds

Another Disney snack available throughout the Walt Disney World Parks and Resorts is Mickey Shortbread Rounds. Disney Parks has joined Walkers Shortbread to bring you buttery biscuits with Disney detailing. A selection of Mickey Shortbread Rounds is available to purchase. You can choose from plain, chocolate chip, and chocolate-dipped shortbread. Mickey Shortbread Rounds are pre-packed, so they’ll last a while after you’ve returned from your Disney vacation. They also make a perfect souvenir for a loved one at home. Which flavor will you choose to take home with you?

Disney Shortbread Rounds
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If you enjoy macarons, you’ll want to stop by Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie during your last visit to EPCOT. For $13.50, you can buy the Macarons Collection. Each box of macarons contains various flavors, including chocolate, vanilla, raspberry, caramel, and pistachio. We recommend buying them from World Showcase just before you plan on exiting the Disney Park. Doing so will ensure your macarons aren’t affected by the Floridian heat. Packing them in your carry-on if you are flying will ensure they stay intact in your luggage. Macarons are gluten-free, so they are excellent for all to enjoy.

Les Halles Macarons, EPCOT
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Karamell-Küche Chocolates & Caramels

Another excellent place to buy treats in EPCOT is Karamell-Küche in the Germany pavilion. Karamell-Küche serves a selection of German delicacies, many of which are flavored by Werther’s Original. In particular, the chocolate and caramels are the perfect treats to buy and take home with you from the Disney theme park. Chocolates and caramels are available to order from the counter, including caramel, milk chocolate, dark chocolate, and caramel with sea salt. Each square is around $4.49.

Disney Fudge

If you enjoy fudge, you’ll be pleased to hear you can buy a helping of Disney fudge at the Walt Disney World Resort. Disney fudge comes in over twenty flavors and costs less than $4 per serving. Disney fudge is the ideal treat to purchase and take home with you, as it stays fresh once it is packaged. Each serving is large enough to satisfy your sweet craving without overindulging. Disney fudge is available to purchase throughout the Walt Disney World Resort, including:

  • Main Street Confectionery in Magic Kingdom
  • Big Top Souvenirs in Magic Kingdom
  • Screen Door General Store at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
  • Goofy’s Candy Company in Disney Springs
  • Disney’s Candy Cauldron in Disney Springs
  • Zuri’s Sweets Shop in Disney’s Animal Kingdom
Goofy's Candy Company, Disney Springs
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Which Disney snacks do you intend on buying to take home with you from your next Disney trip? Disney snacks are a great way to continue the Disney experience once your Disney vacation ends. If you plan on using the Disney Dining Plan in 2024, you may want to use some of your snack credits for the snacks you wish to take home, especially if you have some remaining at the end of your Disney trip.

Victoria Mills

Victoria is a Disney-loving, tea-drinking, Math teacher from Liverpool, England. Her motto is 'work hard, Disney harder'! Having taken part in the Disney College Program back in 2010, Victoria's love and appreciation for Walt Disney World only grew, and it's the place where she feels most herself - it's home!

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