All The Best Snacks at Disneyland to Try in 2024

All The Best Snacks at Disneyland to Try in 2024. Make a day of munching your way through Disneyland Resort with classics like churros and popcorn to new delicious bites like the Cheesy Garlic Pretzel Bread. Plus, a Disneyland snacks map coming your way soon!

My personal favorite Disneyland Park snacks include:

  • Cheesy Pizza Flop-Over at Cafe Daisy in Mickey’s Toontown
  • Mickey or Minnie Cake Pop at Candy Palace on Main Street, U.S.A.
  • Cheesy Garlic Pretzel Bread at Edelweiss Snacks in Fantasyland
  • French Fries at Galactic Grill in Tomorrowland
  • Pineapple Skewer various fruit cart vendors around the resort
  • Chocolate Croissant at Jolly Holiday Bakery on Main Street, U.S.A.
  • Mickey Beignets with a Mint Julep at Mint Julep Bar in New Orleans Square
  • Mickey Mouse Pretzel (also available stuffed with jalapeno cheese or cream cheese) at Refreshment Corner on Main Street, U.S.A.
  • Dole Whip or Dole Whip Float at Tiki Juice Bar in Adventureland
  • Popcorn at carts throughout the resort

Keep reading for even more snack options in California Adventure Park, along with mobile order tips and how to create your own plan for snacking your way around Disneyland Resort.

Disneyland Snacks Voted Most Popular

Snacking at Disneyland could be my full time job. Anyone else ready to apply? If you want to try some of the most popular snacks at Disneyland Resort, I have your Disneyland snack list right here!

These are the snacks almost everyone says you have to try. To make the most popular list these snacks have to be available year-round and NOT as a special, seasonal treat. Let’s eat!

Disneyland Park Most Popular Snacks

Where can I get a churro at Disneyland? If you can’t see it, you can smell it. Disney comes out with new and seasonal flavored churros all the time, but you can still get classics at nearly every churro cart.


Disneyland churro


Snack ItemRestaurant LocationMobile OrderNotes
Bengal BBQ SkewerBengal BarbecueAdventurelandYes
Caramel ApplesCandy PalaceMain StreetYesGreat to take home
ChurrosChurro CartsNearly every landNoSeasonal and regular at various carts
Cheesy Garlic Pretzel BreadEdelweiss Snacks and Maurice's TreatsFantasylandYes and NoAdd Marinara and/or Ranch to your order
Turkey LegFood CartsMain StreetNoNear Mickey & Walt Statue
Corn on the CobFood CartsMain StreetNoNear Mickey & Walt Statue
Raspberry Rose Mickey MacaronJolly Holiday BakeryMain StreetYesLimited supply, turns mouth red
Corn DogLittle Red Wagon and Stage Door CafeMain Street and FrontierlandYes
Giant PickleFruit CartsNearly every landNo
Mickey BeignetsMint Julep BarNew Orleans SquareYesSeasonal and regular options
Mint Julep Mint Julep BarNew Orleans SquareYesSeasonal and regular options
PopcornPopcorn CartsNearly every landNoIf the line is outrageous, it's because there's a limited edition popcorn bucket for sale
Mickey PretzelsPretzel CartsNearly every landNo
Dole WhipTiki Juice Bar and Tropical HideawayAdventurelandYes and No


Disneyland Snacks Ice Cream

When the air heats up for summer at Disneyland, it’s time to cool down with my favorite treat at Disneyland—a Mickey premium ice cream bar. It reminds me of when Costco sold ice cream bars at the food court. And since those days are over, I prefer my ice cream Mickey shaped and wrapped in a chocolate shell. 


Disneyland treats


Adorable Snowman Frosted Treats at California Adventure Pixar Pier has menu of $5 or less snacks. There are only two menu items that cost more than $5, and even then it’s not much more. Best known for the diary-free lemon soft serve ice cream, you can get a large in a cup or cone for less than $5. 

Need somewhere cheap to eat for lunch? Try one of these 10 California Adventure meals for about $10


Clarabelle’s Hand-Scooped Ice Cream on Buena Vista Street has lots of menu items hovering in the $6-7 range, but in a pinch you can grab single scoop in a sugar cone or cup for $5. 


cozy cone


Cozy Cone Motel in Cars Land gets your motor running with soft serve ice creams at Cozy Cone 2. Add toppings for a small fee and you’re good to go, all for about five bucks. 

Gibson Girl on Main Street, U.S.A. has one menu item for less than $5 which is just a single scoop. Trust me, if you walk in here you will want more than one scoop (two scoops pictured below)! I suggest grabbing a Sundae for a little more and splitting it instead. 


Gibson Girl ice cream cone


I know, I know the Dole Whip didn’t make the list. Even though it’s over $5 we still love it! I prefer the float version . . . and it you have littles, you can ask them to split it into two portions! What’s your top pick for ice cream at Disneyland? 

Disneyland Snacks Healthy Eats

We use the term “healthy eats” loosely here. These are often better choices, but check out our complete healthy Disneyland dining guide and Keto friendly meals here too


Fresh fruit stands Disneyland


Bengal Barbecue in Adventureland has a little more oomph to their snacks. You can get one of their famous meat or veggie skewers for right around $5. I like the outback skewer for under $5, especially when I am counting WW points at Disneyland. 

Edelweiss Snacks in Fantasyland has buttered corn on the cob, which you can also find

Fairfax Market in Hollywood Land has hummus with sugar snap peas and tomatoes, Cuties brand oranges, carrots and other fresh fruit and veggie items for less than $5. 

Fillmore’s Taste-In in Cars Land has pickles, fruit and cuties—all under $5 and at zero points if you’re counting WW points

Fruit Carts, along with those listed here, you can grab fresh fruit for $5 or less at Disneyland:

  • Critter Country Fruit Cart
  • Fairfax Market
  • Fantasyland Fruit Cart
  • Filmore’s Taste-In 
  • Main Street, U.S.A. Fruit Cart
  • Ship to Shore Marketplace
  • Mortimer’s Market
  • Tomorrowland Fruit Cart
  • Toon Up Treats
  • Tropical Imports

Tropical Hideaway in Adventureland hosts not only the Dole Whip (sadly, it’s over our $5 budget), but a pineapple spear, fresh mango and watermelon. 

Eating healthy at Disneyland is possible with a little pre-planning. But if you must indulge, try sharing it with someone instead of eating it all by yourself. 

Disneyland Snacks $5 or Less | Pastries

Disneyland pastries just seem to taste better than pastries anywhere else. Which one are you ordering?

Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Cafe on Buena Vista Street hits the spot when you’re serious about your pastries. Croissants, muffins, scones, cinnamon roll, you name it and they’ve probably got it. All these snacks for under $5.  


Disneyland pastries


Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe on Main Street, U.S.A. is one of my top spots to eat for any meal or snack. Filled with assorted desserts like lemon blueberry bundt cake, mousse brownie, Matterhorn Macaroon, sugar cookies and more. You’ll be glad you made a Disneyland snack stop here.


Raspberry macaroon

Disneyland Snacks $5 or Less | Popcorn

Don’t even get me started on popcorn. It’s my obsession. The smell gets me every time I am near it. 


Disneyland popcorn


My ultimate weakness can be found throughout the Disneyland Resort for less than $5 including these popcorn carts:

  • Near Carthay Circle Restaurant on Buena Vista Street
  • Central Plaza in Disneyland
  • Near City Hall in Disneyland
  • Fantasyland Theatre 
  • By Gadget’s Go Coaster in Mickey’s Toontown
  • Popcorn at Grizzly Peak Airfield
  • Near Haunted Mansion
  • Near Hyperion Theater, take in inside the Frozen show with you!
  • At small world Promenade
  • Popcorn near Mark Twain Riverboat
  • On Pixar Pier
  • Near Star Trader in Tomorrowland 

Disneyland Snacks $5 or Less | Pretzels & Carbs

I prefer the jalapeño stuffed pretzels from Refreshment Corner, but they’re a bit overpriced for our $5 limit. Here’s some other pretzels and carb loading you can do on a budget at Disneyland. 


Mickey Pretzel


Bengal Barbecue in Adventureland is where you can sink your teeth into a Tiger Tail Breadstick topped with garlic, herbs and cheddar cheese. 

Hungry Bear in Critter Country has fries and onion rings you can order to-go. You can also get fries at Smokejumpers Grill in California Adventure, Stage Door Cafe and Red Rose Tavern. 

Pretzels are all that they are wrapped up to be, whether it’s in Mickey shape or your standard fare: 

  • Bayside Brews in California Adventure
  • Pacific Wharf Distribution Co. 
  • On Big Thunder Trail near Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
  • Pretzels near Hyperion Theater
  • At small world Promenade
  • Pretzels near Star Tours – The Adventures Continue
  • Refreshment Corner on Main Street, U.S.A.

Before you go, be sure to get your discount Disneyland tickets from my ticket partner and to help you stay on a budget even more, I suggest getting Disney Gift Cards and use those only for snacks. Once the money runs out, snacks to do. 

Need more Disneyland on a budget ideas? Here’s 10 Meals for $10 at Disneyland to help you save even more during your vacation to the happiest place on earth. 

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By Jessica Sanders

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