Have the Disney Dining Plan, but you have all the Disney snacks left. How can you use up all the Disney snack credits before you leave your Walt Disney World vacation? How about using those snack credits towards a food crawl in the Disney style way!
Au Gratin Macaroni is a popular side dish served at the Be Our Guest Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom. Be Our Guest is one of the newer dining areas in The Magic Kingdom.
Tonga Toast is served at the Kona Cafe at Walt Disney’s Polynesian Resort. This Disney breakfast is legendary. Bananas, sourdough and cinnamon sugar are what make Tonga Toast amazing!
Strawberry soup is a classic Disney food at the Grand Floridian resort. You can find the Disney foodie favorite at the 1900 Park Fare buffet. This strawberry soup is a must try!
Banana Toffee Mousse on Cocoa Crunch is a dessert that is served up in Disney’s Hollywood Studios signature restaurant, The Hollywood Brown Derby. Introduced in 2014 for the holiday seasons, this pastry created by Pastry Chef Andreas Born is a trifecta of deliciousness!
Sweet Corn Cheesecake was the dessert favorite of Epcot’s 2014 Food and Wine Festival in Mexico. This sweet Mexican cheesecake was a surprising hit!
One of the highlights of Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival is the lobster roll. Enjoy this New England Lobster Roll while enjoying Eat To The Beat Concerts!
Turn of the century charm is what the Crystal Palace in the Magic Kingdom. This Disney buffet has many food options, including this pasta salad.
Beverages at Epcot’s annual Food and Wine Festival is a must try! In 2012, The Epcot International Food and Wine Festival had Frozen Cherry Limeade! The Frozen Cherry Limeade wonderful thirst quencher!
Zebra Coffee Domes has been popular Disney dessert since Boma Disney opened at the Animal Kingdom Lodge in 2001. These zebra domes are so popular that they have gone beyond the Boma menu! Now you can get the zebra domes at Mara anytime you want!