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Top Breakfast Options at Walt Disney World You Don’t Want to Skip

Everyone always says that breakfast is the most important meal of the whole day.  While we agree, because we love breakfast food, we also know it can be hard to find at Walt Disney World.  Although sometimes we opt to bring our own breakfast times to the Disney Parks on those early mornings, we also enjoy some of the excellent and unique, Disney breakfast options throughout Walt Disney World Resort.

We are going to look at ten delicious and unique breakfast options that you won’t want to skip the next time you visit Walt Disney World.  These are great for fueling your body so you are ready to tackle the magic.

Sleepy Hollow Magic Kingdom
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Sleepy Hollow Nutella Waffle Sandwich- Magic Kingdom

One of our favorite breakfast spots in Magic Kingdom is Sleepy Hollow found in Liberty Square right next to the castle.  Not only do we love this location, but the breakfast options are amazing as well.

Guests can get the large Mickey waffle here as well as the beloved Nutella waffle.  This large waffle comes with a hazelnut spread and fresh fruit.  Guests can enjoy this sweet and delicious waffle all day long.  As it is extremely popular, don’t forget to place your mobile order early.

We love getting breakfast from Sleepy Hollow and enjoying some beautiful views of the castle while we eat.

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Pongu Lumpia at Pongo Pongu- Disney’s Animal Kingdom

A breakfast item that gets mixed reviews is the Pongu Lumpia.  This spring roll is found in Pandora at the Pongu Pongu location.

Pongu Lumpia is a pineapple-cream cheese spring roll.  This combination is often a hit or miss with Guests.  We personally enjoy the pineapple and cream-cheese combo, but be aware it isn’t for everyone.

If you have picky eaters, you can also find french toast sticks at this location for them while you try something new.

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Ronto Morning Wrap at Ronto Roaster’s- Disney’s Hollywood Studios

A top breakfast item in all of Walt Disney World is found in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge on the planet of Batuu.  The ronto morning wrap is a very popular and best breakfast choice among Guests.

The morning ronto wrap includes grilled pork sausage, eggs, shredded cheddar, and a peppercorn sauce.  This is all wrapped into a piece of nice pita bread.  Because this wrap is so popular, the wait can be long.  Make sure you skip that by placing your mobile order as soon as possible.

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Cheshire Cat Tail- Magic Kingdom’s Cheshire Cafe

It might look simple, but the Cheshire Cat Tail in Magic Kingdom is a delicious pastry.  There isn’t much to this breakfast, or snack, item but it sure is good.  A flakey pastry that is filled with chocolate and then drizzled with lots of icing, you can’t go wrong with this for breakfast.

It might not seem like much, but once you start eating it you won’t want to stop.

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Woody’s Lunch Box Lunch Box Tart- Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Andy is ready for breakfast with the lunch box tarts found at Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land.  After you have ridden Slinky Dog Dash and had a friendly battle on Toy Story Mania and maybe even spun around with some Aliens, head on over for a quick breakfast at Woody’s Lunch box.

The lunch box tarts are sold throughout the day and make for a good, quick breakfast as you race around Disney’s Hollywood Studios.  The tarts come in both raspberry and chocolate hazelnut most days and then Guests can find seasonal flavors as well throughout the year.

It isn’t a big breakfast, but it is a good option if you are looking for something you and grab and keep on moving.

cinnamon roll
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Colossal Cinnamon Roll- Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Where the lunch box tart is small, the colossal cinnamon roll is BIG.  This cinnamon roll found in Disney’s Animal Kingdom at Kusafiri or Creature Comforts is Mickey shaped.  It is big enough that two could share.

Filled with yummy goodness, this is the perfect sweet breakfast item if that is what you prefer.  Full of icing and all things yummy you won’t want to skip this one.

Let’s look at some top options from some of the Disney Resorts.  There are two main breakfast items we want to draw your attention to when it comes to the Disney Resorts.

Tonga Toast
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Tonga Toast- Disney’s Polynesian Resort

Tonga Toast is truly a Disney icon when it comes to breakfast items.  Found at the beautiful Disney’s Polynesian Resort at both Captain Cooks as well as Kona Cafe.

Tonga toast is banana-stuffed sourdough bread that is then battered, deep-fried, and dusted with just the right amount of cinnamon sugar.  If you are hungry after reading that, you aren’t alone.

Don’t skip out on this amazing and unique breakfast option.  Not only do you get a good meal to start your day, but you get to start it off at Disney’s Polynesian Resort.

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Mickey Beignets- Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter 

There is nothing better than starting your morning with warm, delicious Mickey-shaped beignets.  These are found only at Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter.  Guests can choose from a bag of six, a specialty beignet, or even the Baton Rouge beignets those over 21 can add their choice of alcohol.

Even though it might not be super easy to make your way over to this Disney Resort, it is well worth it for these amazing beignets.

Breakfast is an important part of the day, but it can sometimes be hard to find at Walt Disney World.  These are some of the top breakfast items you can find both at the Disney Parks and at some of the Disney Resorts.  Don’t skip out on trying some of them out during your next Walt Disney World vacation.

Jennifer Retzlaff

Jennifer became a lifelong Disney fan during her first trip to Walt Disney World in 6th grade. From that moment, Disney became a big part of her life. She quickly started to introduce her love of Disney to her family with a Disney honeymoon and then family trips when her youngest was 18 months old. She loves the magic that Disney brings to people through theme parks, cruises, and adventures. As a teacher, she tries to bring Disney magic into her classroom to help kids believe that “If You Can Dream It, You Can Do It.” She is also part of the Magic Vacation Planner team as a personal travel advisor. With this team, she can now help others plan magical vacations. She loves bringing her love to Disney to readers with How to Disney.

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