Our Readers Describe Disney Snacks Using ONLY Emojis!

Did you really go to Disney World if you didn’t Eat your weight in Disney snacks?

Why do Disney snacks taste so much better than regular snacks?

Just for funsies, we asked DFB readers to share their top two Disney snacks using ONLY emojisand there were some creative emoji snack translations! Find out which Disney snacks made the list here — as emojis, of course.

We reached out to our readers on Facebook (give us a follow if you want to share your thoughts in the future!) and lots of readers shared their favorite Disney snacks — in emoji form! Take a look and try to guess each emoji combo before reading on!

To start, let’s begin with the classic Disney snack shared by several readers — the Mickey Prezel! Look, there are some delicious pretzel options in Disney Parks, but as you may know, anything Mickey-shaped tastes especially good.

Mickey Prezel

Along with your Mickey Pretzel, you can usually order a tub of plastic cheese for dipping purposes, and how do you make a pretzel even better? With plastic cheese. We don’t make the rules here, folks!

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If you guessed Citrus Swirl for this one, you’re right! Although many readers also shared the 🍍🍨 emojis (Pineapple Dole Whip!) as their favorite snack, the Citrus Swirl was definitely one of the most popular snacks commented. It’s made of vanilla soft serve and frozen orange juice slushy, and after it left the Sunshine Tree Terrace menu in July 2021, we have yet to see it return to Magic Kingdom. 😔 We will let you know when it makes its way back!

Citrus Swirl

Still, you can always grab a classic 🍍🍨 if you’re looking to satisfy your Dole Whip craving, and we’re still hoping to see the Citrus Swirl again someday!

Read more about the mystery of the Citrus Swirl here!

This one might be an easier one to guess — the Corn Dog! Disney World has a few versions to try, like the Hand Dipped Corn Dog for $10.99 at Sleepy Hollow Refreshments…


…or the classic Corn dog nuggets for $10.29 from Casey’s Corner. You can find both of these snacks in Magic Kingdom, but you can also find corn dogs and nuggets in other Disney World spots too.

Corn dog nuggets and plastic cheese

Corn dogs can be a great value for the price at Disney Parks. Disneyland is also known for their amazing corn dogs, so you might want to try one on both coasts!

Check out our review of the Hand-dipped Corn Dog here!

Okay, this one might be a little tougher. We’ve got a lion emoji and a sunset emoji, which make…the Simba Sunset! This treat is made with Dole Whip Pineapple and a red syrup flavored with strawberry, watermelon, and coconut for $5.99 from Tamu Tamu Refreshments in Animal Kingdom!

So. Much. Dole Whip.

It’s a BIG size for a Dole Whip, and it’s delicious too. You can also get it with rum added for $11 with the King’s Cooler!

Read our review of the Simba Sunset here!

Can you go any more classic than a Mickey Waffle with Strawberries (is that what you guessed?)?? You can get a JUMBO Mickey Waffle with strawberries, whipped cream, and powdered sugar from Sleepy Hollow Refreshments in Magic Kingdom for $6.79.

Mickey Waffle with Strawberries

This is a breakfast only dish at Sleepy Hollow, so make sure you visit before noon to check it out!

Read our review of the Mickey Waffle with Strawberries here!

You might not get this one if you’ve never walked around EPCOT with a huge piece of bread, but we’ll give you a second to think about it. One of Disney World’s cheapest snacks, a baguette from Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie in EPCOT, was a popular choice from our readers!


You can get a Whole baguette for $3.50or a Half a baguette for $2.25. You might feel a little silly, but trust us when we say that it’s a cheap, delicious, AND filling snack!

Find out which Disney World snacks are best when you’re on a budget!

We’ve arrived at another Mickey-shaped treat, and you’ve probably guessed it — the Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bar! In terms of flavors, it’s a basic combo of Vanilla ice cream with a chocolate coatingbut this classic snack is delicious whether you’re a kid or a fully grown adult.

We love Mickey ice cream bars

Mickey Ice Cream Bars recently had a price increased to $5.99 at Disney World, and you can generally find them all over around Disney Parks. And if you REALLY have a craving, you can grab a box of Mickey Bars in most local grocery stores!

Find out where to buy Mickey Bars at the grocery store!

This controversial snack was a frequent mention by our readers, and we had to laugh at the literal emoji combo. the Turkey Leg is one of those Disney snacks you either love or hate, and you can find it at Various spots around Disney Parksif you’re a Turkey Leg person, that is.

Ah, the turkey leg.

It’s basically what it sounds like — it’s a giant hunk of a meaty, salty turkey legand although we’re not exactly Team Turkey Leg herewe will at least acknowledge those of you out there who are!

Read more about the Disney World Turkey Leg here!

And lastly, did you figure out this group of emojis? It’s on Ice cream cookie sandwiches from several spots in Disney World, like Dino-Bite Snacks in Animal Kingdom. The typical menu item is Two freshly baked chocolate chip cookies served with vanilla ice cream for $6.99but Dino-Bite Snacks in particular occasionally serves specialty ice cream sammies too.

Ice cream sandwiches

For Disney World’s 50th anniversary, they released a new treat featuring double chocolate chip cookies covered in glittery celebration sprinkles with vanilla ice cream in between, and y’all, it’s GOOD. Head to Dino Bites in Animal Kingdom if you’d like to try it!

Here’s our review of the special 50th anniversary ice cream sandwich!

Can you think of any other fun emoji combinations for Disney snacks and treats? Remember to follow us on Facebook if you’d like to participate in a future poll, and stay tuned for more Disney news!

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