There are still some affordable snacking options if you know where to look. All of these Magic Kingdom treats under $10 are currently available to guests.
Disney World is getting more expensive and the snacks at Magic Kingdom have steadily gone up in price, too. Getting a treat for under $10 is harder than ever because so much is still closed and lots of Disney snacks cost about as much as an entree. Luckily, there are still some really great snacking options if you know where to look. All of these Magic Kingdom treats under $10 are currently available to guests.
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There are very few featured specialty items available right now at the Magic Kingdom. Every meu is pretty stripped down, especially if you are looking for a quick treat. However, Aloha Aisle cannot be stopped. Never satisfied with having the most popular treat on Disney property, they constantly have something new to offer returning guests and lovers of Insta-worthy eye candy. The Kakamora is another Moana inspired treat. The Coconut soft serve pineapple float is topped with blue curacao syrup and a cake pop.
Dole Whip (In a Souvenir Cup)
The Dole Whip is a must for some, overrated for others. It used to be more special, but now it’s become ubiquitous. Plus there are so many other flavors all over the resort. Still, if you love Dole whip, none of that really matters. They taste great. They’re smooth and creamy and full of tropical flavor. Even more amazing is that this iconic treat is still under $10 even if you buy it with the souvenir bowl!
Warm Cinnamon Roll at Gaston’s Tavern
There are three things to get here. LeFou’s Brew is over the price target, but it is a tasty treat. Gaston’s is also one location where you can get the great stuff which is more of a compulsion for some people than an actual threat. If you like cookies and cream, get it. It’s fine. but it’s not exceptional. Exceptional is the unassuming cinnamon roll that is different here than any other you can get in the park or Disney World at all. This is the real treat Gaston’s Tavern is known for. It’s the best snack in Fantasyland and it’s one of the best Magic Kingdom treats under $10.
Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich at Sleepy Hollow
Sleepy Hollow is the go-to place for a filling snack that doesn’t break the bank. They usually have fun limited time offers, but things are more streamlined these days. If you don’t have dining reservations at Liberty Square, Sleepy Hollow may be your best chance at a taste of the area. Plus there is an excellent view of the Castle and moat. While you are there, you can’t go wrong with this perennial Sleepy Hollow offering.
Cream Cheese Warm Stuffed Pretzel
While in Tomorrowland How can you resist grabbing a bite at a place called the Lunching Pad? This quick counter-service eatery serves up typical theme park fare, but their cream cheese stuffed pretzels come and go. Right now, their back and they are one of the best Magic Kingdom treats under $10.
When thinking about Magic Kingdom Treats under $10, I couldn’t help but think about the pickle. Pickles used to be near Dole Whip status for Disney snacks. Something happened though and I blame Instagram. They may not look great, but they’re the same as ever and they are super cheap. It’s not exactly on-trend, but you can still get your $1.99 Disney pickles at the Liberty Square fruit stand, where they also sell $12 turkey legs.