For the last number of Walt Disney World vacations I have created at snack list for myself. A list of food I want to enjoy over the course of our vacation. This all started from my sister’s pregnant trip to Disney World where a disappointment of missing out on rides led to focusing on delicious snacks. So from that point on I’ve followed suit. Making a list of my own, filled with delicious looking and sounding snacks. I search them out on social media or browse the menus. Coming up with a list of items that I can’t wait to indulge in. I really enjoy putting the list together and branching outside of our normal haunts to find these delicious treats. Below is the list of snacks I plan to eat during our upcoming trip.
Gideons Bakehouse Cookie. Disney Springs.
I’ve been wanting one of these cookies for years. The chocolate chip cookies have so many chocolate chips that there’s more chocolate chips than cookie dough. They look large and memorable. I have high expectations for this snack.
Big Top Souvenir Treat. Magic Kingdom.
There are a couple of lunch style snacks that I wanted to put on my list for our Magic Kingdom day but I’m not 100% sure where we’ll end up around lunch time. Sticking to our route that day is more important to me that my snack. But a treat from Big Top Souvenirs is always a must. So I’ve decided to stick to an old faithful for this day.
Caramel Cluster. Epcot.
Epcot’s World Showcase has multiple country pavilions giving guests a sample of that area of the world. At the Germany pavilion there’s a shop called Karamel-Kuche, it’s a Werther’s store. Recently I saw someone post a Caramel Cluster from this shop. It looks like a treat that is right up my alley, so onto the list it went.
Coconut Macaroon. Boardwalk Inn.
The Boardwalk has a delicious bakery that has a variety of baked goods both sweet and savoury. I saw this coconut macaroon posted on someone’s instagram page the other day and knew this had to be added to my list. This macaroon doesn’t look like the macaroon delicacies you find in the France pavilion. This is chocolate dipped and much more flakey.
Ridiculous Beaches and Cream Sundae. Beach Club Resort.
We are heading to Beaches and Cream Soda Shop for a lunch during our vacation and eating one of their iconic sundaes is definitely on the list. Which one I will choose is still up in the air.
Black Caf Cold Brew. Hollywood Studios.
I love my coffee, any time of day. Which makes this black caf cold brew a great addition to my list. It’s found at Docking Bay 7 in Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Despite having visited Galaxy’s Edge before, we didn’t enjoy any of the food or beverages on our last vacation. That is going to change this vacation.
There’s no denying that I will certainly be enjoying more than the treats listed but these ones fall out of the ordinary and will enrich my Disney World vacation. For my previous snack lists check out the links below: