The 7 BEST Weird and Wonderful Disneyland Snacks You Must Try!

Are you ready to dive into all the best Disneyland Snacks?

I have visited Disneyland fortunately more this year than I have in previous ones, and my goal has been to try more of the best Disneyland snacks.

I have always found Disneyland food to be superior to Walt Disney World’s.

The same goes for the snacks, as I have had the pleasure of trying a few amazingly delicious ones that the park is known for.

From Churros to turkey legs, you’ll find some classics and some weird, innovative ones on this list.

As a foodie, I simply HAVE to tell you all about 7 of the Disneyland snacks that I have tried and that you need to add to your must-do list on your next visit!

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1. Cheesy Garlic Pretzel Bread (Fantasyland in Disneyland)

This snack is currently the most popular at the moment and can be found at two locations. It can be found at Maurice’s Treats and Edelweiss Snacks, both in Fantasyland.

Cheesy Garlic Pretzel Bread 1 in the shape of Mickey Mouse at Disneyland. Keep reading to learn more about the best things to eat at Disneyland.
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For $7.49, you’re truly getting a steal!

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It’s a truly simple creation: Pretzel bread stuffed with a cheesy garlic spread. However, its portion size is pretty darn big!

Personally, I wasn’t able to finish the whole thing and saved the rest as a snack.

Cheesy Garlic Pretzel Bread with sprinkled with salt and in the shape of mickey mouse. Keep reading to learn more about the best Disneyland snacks.
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It is very greasy but it is absolutely, positively an ooey gooey masterpiece of a snack that will keep you filled up for a good chunk of your park day.

This snack is available for mobile order but there usually isn’t a long wait at either location.

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2. Pork Belly Skewer (Adventureland in Disneyland)

Bengal Barbeque is somehow still a hidden gem in Adventureland. I’m sure the locals are pleased with this though.

Bengal Barbecue at Disneyland where you can get pork skewers and theme park guests standing at the counter. Keep reading to find out more about the best Disneyland snacks.
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The quick-service restaurant serves up delicious meat and vegetable skewers that are very filling and excellent portion sizes.

 
 
 
 
 
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They serve chicken, beef, and even bacon-wrapped skewers.

The favorite of those who visit is the Pork Belly Jungle Skewer. This delectable snack has pork belly covered in hoisin sauce, pickled carrots, and daikon topped with cilantro.

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It is a bit greasy However, it is always very well-seasoned, has excellent flavor, and fits the vibe entirely of Adventureland. Plus it’s available for mobile orders.

And we love an affordable, filling snack for only $7.99!

3. Baymax Macaron (San Fransokyo Square in Disney California Adventure)

You can find this sweet snack in the brand-new San Fransokyo area.

San Fransokyo Square at Disney California Adventure Park at Hamada Bot Shop with Hiro Hamada and Baymax where you can get the Baymax Macaron. Keep reading discover more about the best Disneyland snacks.
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While many are aiming for the Baymax-shaped sourdough bread, my sights are set on the Lucky Fortune Cookery.

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Within the belly of this lovely establishment, you will find the adorable Baymax macaron. This one is for the Instagram girls.

You can rest assured that you can find the most delicious entrees here but don’t skip out on the Baymax macaron. It’s filled with a chocolate hazelnut spread and buttercream at a cost of $6.99.

Baymax Macaron (Lucky Fortune Cookery) filled with chocolate-hazelnut spread and buttercream. Keep reading to learn more about the best things to eat at Disneyland.
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And of course, it is decorated to look exactly like our favorite healthcare companion.

This treat pairs well with Thai Tea which boasts sea salt cream and brown sugar boba. It’s not too overpowering of a combo, but just enough to satisfy a sweet tooth before meeting Hiro and Baymax.

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4. Bacon Mac n Cheese Cone (Cars Land in Disney California Adventure)

This snack has been a classic staple since the inception of Radiator Springs. As you walk through, you will pass by a bunch of large cone-shaped snack stands.

Cozy Cone Motel sign with no vacancy in Disney California Adventure Cars Land Radiator Springs where you can get the bacon mac and cheese cone. Keep reading to find out more about the best things to eat at Disneyland.
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Do yourself a favor and stop by Cozy Cone Motel 3 for a Chili Cone Queso.

 
 
 
 
 
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The land is all about Americana and this $9.99 snack takes a classic and puts a Carsland twist on it that is truly yummy and filling.

Chorizo and Eggs Breakfast Cone at Cozy Cone and Alternative to Bacon Mac and Cheese. Keep reading discover more about the best things to eat at Disneyland.
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Enjoy this snack on a nearby bench as you watch the hustle and bustle of Carsland, and the sounds of the 1950s and racing cars in the distance.

5. Cream Cheese Filled Pretzel (Paradise Gardens Park in Disney California Adventure)

In Paradise Gardens at Disney California Adventure, you can find more than just beers and cocktails at Bayside Brews. You can pair a wide variety of pretzels to go with your brewsky.

They have Mickey-shaped pretzels and even Jalapeno cheese-filled pretzels if you like your snacks to have a little bit of kick to it.

Paradise Gardens Grill sign that says Garden Dining by the Bay and Live music at Disney California Adventure where you can get the Cream Cheese Filled Pretzel. Keep reading to learn more about the best things to eat at Disneyland.
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But for our list, we recognize the cream cheese-filled pretzel as the truly superior of the three. This may be controversial being that the Mickey-shaped pretzel is a classic staple with Disney snacks.

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We find that the slightly sweet cream cheese filling adds a flavorful twist to the familiar snack.

Its just enough that it can be appreciated and enjoyed without the need for the plastic cheese that we have come to love as Disney fans.

Cream Cheese Filled Pretzel at Disney California Adventure shaped like Mickey. Keep reading to find out more about the best things to eat at Disneyland.
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Everything you need is within the pretzel and its simplistic. You can grab it for $6.49 and if you still need your cheese cup, for an additional $1.39.

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6. Beignets (New Orleans Square in Disneyland)

Within Disneyland Park, you can grab Tiana’s man catching beignets at her new restaurant, Tiana’s Palace.

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These beignets have a Disneyland twist to them, meaning they aren’t traditional.

These are filled with a lemon ice box pie filling and topped with a lemon glaze. Very sweet, tart, and good for what it is.

Tiana’s Palace Menu Item – House-filled Beignet at Disneyland
House-filled Beignet (Tiana’s Palace at Disneyland Park in Anaheim, Calif.) – featuring lemon ice box pie filling topped with lemon glaze. (David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

However, some would prefer the New Orleans original style and you can certainly have it at Beignets Expressed in Downtown Disney.

Here they have original and specialty glazed beignets, but for the purpose of our list, we are going to stick to the classic style.

Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen at Downtown Disney District in Anaheim, California where the Beignets Expressed is located with outdoor seating and second level seating with wide open window views. Keep reading to find out more about Disneyland food.
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The price is dependent upon how many beignets you decide to buy. Small size features 4 pieces and costs $9.99, large size features 6 pieces and costs $12.49, and 10 pieces will cost $15.99.

Disneyland Mickey Beignets Fluffy and with White Sugar Powder. Keep reading discover more about Disneyland food.
Disneyland Mickey Beignets

But rest assured, you will get that true New Orleans-style beignet taste with plenty of powdered sugar!

7. New York’s Tastiest (Avengers Campus in Disney California Adventure)

Ending our list might be an unexpected one, just as unexpected as the end credits scene that introduced the snack itself into our marvel-loving hearts!

Guardians of the Galaxy Cosmic Rewind with characters standing in front of the sign at in Avenger's Campus at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure. Keep reading to learn more about best food at Disneyland.
Avengers Campus in Disney California Adventure

Heading into the heart of Avengers Campus, passing Mission Breakout and the Inner Sanctum, you will find a small and modest food stand named, Shawarma Palace.

Shawarma Palace in Avengers Campus California Adventure with theme park guest ordering at the booth. Keep reading to find out more about best food at Disneyland.

After finding great success through the endorsement of Earth’s mightiest heroes, the owner of the stand was offered a chance to expand to Avengers campus!

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I’m sure you have been wanting to try the snack that the Avengers decided to fuel up on after their first big battle and now you can.

New York's Tastiest at Avengers Campus in Disney California Adventure one of the best snacks at Disneyland Resort
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New York’s Tastiest is a chicken shawarma wrap with creamy and delightful coconut yogurt tahini sauce. It is a great snack to walk around with as you explore everything that the campus has to offer.

Avengers Campus - Shawarma Palace menu with New York's Tastiest in Disney California Adventure. Keep reading to learn more about the best Disneyland snacks.
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It’s the priciest on the list at $13.99 but it keeps you powered up for quite a while!

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Wrapping Up…

I hope that you found this to not be your average snack list!

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When it comes to Disney snacks, Disney tries to deliver out-of-the-box, unique, and tasty options for their guests.

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Sp, you should try something out of the ordinary, at least for a theme park snack anyway!

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Use this list to treat yourself to one thing you wouldn’t normally try as a Disneyland snack and share your thoughts in our Facebook group when you do!

Until next time, Happy Park Hopping Hipsters!

Victoria Wade Disney Writer at ThemeParkHipster

About the Author

Victoria is a professional solo traveler here to make your solo trips as stress free AND enjoyable as possible for you.

She has over 5 years of Disney and Non-Disney travel experience and was featured by POPSUGAR as one of the Top 50 Black Disney Creators you should follow.

She is a Proud Native to Baltimore, Md but always will call Disney World home. You can find her at Disney Tea with V.

(Original Article Date: November 6, 2023/Updated by Editor on May 1, 2024)

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