If you are on the dining plan you are going to have to watch what you pick in order to get the value out of the expense. So I am breaking down the highest dollar snacks at the Magic Kingdom you should spend your snack credits on. This will help you get the best Disney Dining Plan value snacks at the Magic Kingdom. Another important thing you should know that for 2018 a snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan is worth around $5.
When looking at a menu it is easy to spot what items qualify as a snack on the Disney Dining Plan. Simply look for the purple and white DDP square next to an item on the menu. It’s always best to consult the menu before ordering because some items that are snacks at one location are not at others!
The majority of the items that qualify for a snack credit redemption can be found at quick-service restaurants and snack carts located throughout each of the Disney World theme parks. However, there are qualifying snack items that can be found in gift shops as well. These would be things like bottled drinks, rice crispy snack and more, just look for that little DDP symbol!
Prices last updated December 2017
Starbucks – $6.59
Did you know you can use a snack credit for any Starbucks beverage? Stop in their location off of Main Street USA and get the largest size you can. Plus most pastries or cakes are included as a snack credit as well!
Funnel Cake with Powdered Sugar, Strawberries, and Whipped Cream – $7.79
Sleepy Hollow Refreshments is the home of this funnel cake! This little walk-up window is tucked off to the side of the entrance of Liberty Square, when you enter from the hub.
Pineapple Upside Down Cake – $6.49
This brand new item over at Aloha Isle is a fantastic value! If you aren’t up for cake opting for a Dole Whip float is another great value when using a snack credit.
New England Clam Chowder – $6.29
Columbia Harbour House in Fantasyland serves up this soup!
Strawberry or Raspberry Smoothie – $6.19
Auntie Gravity’s in Tomorrowland is where you will find these fruit smoothies!
Mickey Pretzel with Cheese Sauce – $6.00
Hub Snack Cart, this is the area in front of Cinderella’s Castle, has this Disney classic snack.
Ice Cream Cookie – $5.99
Head on over to the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor in the Magic Kingdom. It’s right at the end of Main Street USA and has seating that overlooks Cinderella’s castle. I can’t think of a better way to eat ice cream, can you?
So if you want to make sure you are getting your value out of the Disney Dining plan make sure you are picking a snack that is at least $5 or more. We love the options we have found above, they are some really delicious snacks. What is your favorite snack at Disney World? What have you found to be the best use of a snack credit at Disney World?
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