What’s the best use of a snack credit at Disney World? Well, like everything, this is a subjective list based off of our preferences. Also, please note that Disney food changes often and without notice, so it is possible that some things could not be worth a snack credit based on the time of this posting. How do I know if something costs a snack credit? Check this post.
A general rule of thumb for snack credits and anything on the Disney Dining Plan is to try to get the most expensive thing with your credits to get the most value. However, just like everything in life, some things are just expensive to be expensive, so you may have to use your judgement. Do what your heart tells you.
Pineapple Upside Down Cake
The Pineapple Upside Down Cake can be found at Aloha Isle in Magic Kingdom. It’s a pineapple cake with your choice of of frozen goodness, vanilla, pineapple, or swirl.
Peter Pan Float
This is subjectively our favorite float at the Magic Kingdom. It’s lime soft serve with Sprite and a chocolate Peter Pan feather. So good! The Peter Pan Float can be found at Storybook Treats in Magic Kingdom.
The classic Mickey Pretzel can be found at most parks in Disney World. They are usually served out of little carts or stands. Get this guy with cheese sauce. Seriously, do it now!
Orange Swirl Float
This is another Magic Kingdom classic. The Orange Swirl Float can be found at Sunshine Tree Terrace in Magic Kingdom. It is orange and vanilla soft serve served in orange Fanta. It is orange goodness in a glass.
We love cupcakes. And we love fancy Disney Cupcakes. Disney cupcakes can be found all over Disney World, with some of the more creative options often found at Pop Century food courts, All-Star resorts food court, and Contempo Cafe.
Funnel Cakes with Ice Cream
If you read our blog you know how this is one of our very favorite uses of a Disney Dining Plan Snack Credit. This huge funnel cake with ice cream and your choice of strawberry or cookies and cream topping can be found over at Epic Eats in Hollywood Studios
What do you think? How’d we do? What’s your favorite use of a snack credit at Disney?