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Best snacks on the Disney Dining Plan (most expensive by park)

Best snacks on the Disney Dining Plan (most expensive by park)

Although we have no problem listing out all of the Table Service and Quick Service values on the Disney Dining Plan, snacks are much harder because there are just so many.

Instead, we have assembled a list of the highest priced snacks by park for those trying to maximize their dining plan credits.

What is a good snack credit value?

As we compute the cost of the dining plan and the credits you get with each, we’ve figured out that anything over $6 is a good snack value.

It won’t surprise you to know that most snacks that are eligible are less than $6, which is why we’ve put together this list that includes the cash price for each.

How do you know what’s a snack credit?

Disney uses a DDP icon on their menus to indicate items that are eligible to be purchased with snack credits.

You’ll see this at snack carts, Quick Service locations, and Epcot festival booths.

Best snacks by park

If you don’t want to memorize or reference this list, you might just want to remember that these items tend to generally be great snack credit values:

Want more info? Here are some great options by park.

Magic Kingdom

Mickey Pretzel or Pepper Jack Pretzel

  • Location: Frontierland Churro Cart (across from Country Bear Jamboree)
  • Price: $8.25

Rapunzel Sundae

  • Location: Storybook Treats (across from Seven Dwarfs Mine Train)
  • Price: $7.79

I Lava You Float

  • Location: Sunshine Tree Terrace (in Adventureland, across from Swiss Family Treehouse)
  • Price: $7.29

Ice Cream float or sundae with hard ice cream

  • Location: Plaza Ice Cream Parlor (on Main Street)
  • Price: $6.79-8.79

Soft-serve float, milkshake, or ice cream sundae

  • Location: Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies (in Tomorrowland, across from Astro Orbiter)
  • Price: $6.29-8.29

Mickey Pretzel or Cream Cheese Pretzel

  • Location: Lunching Pad (in Tomorrowland, under PeopleMover and Astro Orbiter)
  • Price: $7.79


Mickey Pretzel with cheese sauce

  • Location: Block and Hans (in American Adventure on the side closest to the Japan pavilion)
  • Price: $8.25

Traditional Poutine

Traditional Poutine Refreshment Port
  • Location: Refreshment Port (near Canada pavilion)
  • Price: $7.50

Festival snacks

One of the best values of snack credits is at Epcot festival booths (when they’re available).

Look for the DDP icons on the menus for each festival:

Hollywood Studios

Mickey Pretzel

  • Location: Ice Cream/Treat Carts (throughout the park), Studios Popcorn (near Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway), The Market (across from Walt Disney Presents), or Anaheim Produce (on Sunset Blvd.)
  • Price: $7-7.79

Funnel cake

  • Location: Epic Eats (next to entrance for Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular)
  • Price: $7.29-8.49

Sweet and Savory Popcorn

  • Location: The Market (across from Walt Disney Presents, not likely to be listed on the menu but it is available here)
  • Price: $7.99

Outpost Puff

  • Location: Docking Bay 7 (Galaxy’s Edge)
  • Price: $7.79

Outpost Popcorn Mix

  • Location: Kat Saka’s Kettle (Galaxy’s Edge)
  • Price: $6.49

Kyryll Pork Rinds (available until 3 p.m.)

  • Location: Ronto Roasters (Galaxy’s Edge)
  • Price: $7.49

Rising Moons Overnight Oats (available until 11 a.m.)

  • Location: Ronto Roasters (Galaxy’s Edge)
  • Price: $6.99

Blue or Green Milk

  • Location: Milk Stand
  • Price: $8.99

Specialty non-alcoholic beverage

  • Location: Fairfax Fare (on Sunset Blvd.)
  • Price: $7.29

Ice cream scoops or sundae

  • Location: Hollywood Scoops (on Sunset Blvd. near Tower of Terror)
  • Price: $6.79-7.79

Mini churros with chocolate sauce

  • Location: KRNR (in front of Rock n Roller Coaster)
  • Price: $7.79

Candy Painted Cinnamon Rolls

  • Location: Ice Cold Hydraulics (near MuppetVision 3D)
  • Price: $8.99

Bouncin’ Mini Churros (savory)

  • Location: Ice Cold Hydraulics (near MuppetVision 3D)
  • Price: $8.99

Animal Kingdom

Ice cream float, sundae, or sandwich

  • Location: Dino-Bite Snacks (in front of Restaurantosaurus, near Dinosaur attraction)
  • Price: $6.29-8.29

Mickey Pretzel

  • Location: Ice Cream Treats Cart (throughout the park), Harambe Fruit Market (near Kilimanjaro Safaris), Eight Spoon Cafe (near It’s Tough to Be a Bug entrance/exit), or Isle of Java (next to Flame Tree Barbecue)
  • Price: $7.25-7.79

Dole Whip treat (cup or float)

  • Location: Tamu Tamu Refreshments (in Africa, near bridge)
  • Price: $5.49-6.79

Mini Mango Pie or Parfait

  • Location: Yak & Yeti Local Cafes (in Asia section)
  • Price: $8.49

Colossal Cinnamon Roll

  • Location: Creature Comforts (Discovery Island, just before bridge to Africa)
  • Price: $7.49

Get the quick reference graphics

Here are some helpful charts you can save to your phone to use during your trip.


What counts as a snack on the Disney Dining Plan?

Anything listed on menus located at snack carts, Quick Service locations, and Epcot festival menus with the DDP icon next to it counts as a snack credit.

Can I use my snack credits for anything other than snacks?

No, they can’t be used for anything other than items noted as snacks.

Can I use my snack credits for alcohol?

No, there aren’t snack credits for alcohol. However, 1 alcoholic drink can be added to Quick Service and Table Service meals where available.

Can I save my snack credits and use them all on the last day?

You can! Although the number of credits you get is determined by the number of nights of your stay, you can use them anytime between check-in and midnight on your checkout day.

Are there gluten-free or allergen-friendly snack options available on the dining plan?

Yes, definitely. Since there’s such a huge variety of items available, many of them are allergy friendly.

If mobile ordering, scroll all the way to the bottom to see which items 1.) fit with your allergy and 2.) count as snacks. This only works if you have 1 allergy since that’s how the menus are organized. You’ll have to ask in person if you have multiple food allergies.

Where can I use my snack credits?

Snack credits can be used anywhere you see the DDP icon on menus in the parks, resorts, and Disney Springs.

Can I combine snack credits to make a meal?

You can definitely use multiple snack credits at once to get items that will make a meal. We especially like doing this at Epcot festival booths.

What you can’t do anymore is use a Quick Service credit as 3 snacks.

Are there any healthy items that are available as snacks?

Although the highest priced items don’t tend to be healthy items, you can definitely use snack credits for things like fruit, yogurt, hummus, and bottled water.

Do my snack credits expire?

Snack credits expire on midnight of your checkout day.

Is Starbucks included in the DDP?

Yes, it sure is. In fact, 1 of the best uses of snack credits is Starbucks drinks that cost $6+ because all of the extra pumps of flavors that you’d normally have to pay for a la carte are included in the snack credit.

Some food items at Starbucks locations are also snacks. Learn more about how Starbucks works at Disney World.


Have others you’d add to the list or have questions? Feel free to let us know in the comments.


Tuesday 16th of April 2024

If there is a snack that I would like, can I use my Disney dining snack credit and pay the difference with cash or credit card?

Shannon Albert

Wednesday 17th of April 2024

No, you can't do that. A snack is either eligible on the Disney Dining Plan or it isn't.


Wednesday 27th of March 2024

It looks like a lot of snacks have actually been removed with the new dining plan.


Thursday 21st of March 2024

There are actually a couple of alcoholic drinks listed as snack credits at Tamu Tamu

Shannon Albert

Thursday 21st of March 2024

We went there and didn't see anything listed currently. It appears they used to be available though.

Shaun Watkins

Saturday 24th of February 2024

Are the crepes at the Crêpes À Emporter by La Crêperie de Paris listed as snacks on the DDP and if so, would they be a good use of snack credit?

Shannon Albert

Monday 4th of March 2024

That location isn't on the Disney Dining Plan, unfortunately.