How Much Do You Know About Disney Food?
People don’t just go to Walt Disney World or Disneyland for the rides and character meetings. They also go for the food! From the infamous Dole Whip ice cream to the simple but tasty Mickey waffles, the only way to really enjoy a trip to the Disney parks is to eat the best snack, dessert, or full meal you can find. They even have themed drinks that will never let you forget you’re in the happiest place on Earth.
Since they started a dining plan, in which a guest prepays for certain types of meals and food items, the need for better food in the Disney parks became more important than ever. Slowly, Walt Disney World and Disneyland began coming up with food items that people literally plan their trips around due to seasonal limitations.
Even the Walt Disney World resorts have classic menu items, like Tonga Toast from the Polynesian resort. But what else do you know about your favorite Disney food items?
Disney food is more than just a hot dog or ice cream. It's a specifically designed food item on the menu located within all the Disney theme parks. These treats have become part of the experience of taking a vacation to Walt Disney World or Disneyland. From Disney Springs to Magic Kingdom to Hollywood Studios to Animal Kingdom, each part of Walt Disney World has its own unique treats.
Mickey Mouse could not have done a better job at coming up with some of these food items that pull in the fans and keep them coming back for more. There are Disney superfans that take specific trips to Disney parks just for seasonal treats. There's also a huge food festival at Epcot every year.
The recipes for almost all the best Disney food items are simple and known throughout the world, but they always taste better at the Disney Parks. It must be that Disney magic. You can snack on some classic French beignets in Disneyland. You could try some frozen drinks, like Goofy's Glaciers, at the Magic Kingdom. Or, maybe you want to eat some Mickey waffles instead. Even their soft serve ice cream is delicious. None of it is free, but if you want tasty Mickey Mouse-approved food items, then cost shouldn't matter.