Carla Rea loves going to Disneyland when she can. And of course, what better way to enjoy the park then to eat your way through it? There are so many delectable bites from churros, dole whip, wine, and more! The wide selection makes it hard to pick just five. We hope you get as hungry, reading this list,  as we did! Enjoy.

CHURROS: Picture: Carla Rea

Probably one of the most iconic snacks at Disneyland! Fried dough rolled in cinnamon and sugar – the best! If you’re adventurous you can enjoy them with a dipping sauce, like warm caramel. Great on the run, or while waiting in line, and you can find them throughout the park. A great snack that doesn’t leave you feeling too full or sluggish after you’re done.

[Carla Rea] via BMG Las Vegas

StarWars Land’s Blue / Green Milk

The Blue Milk is a Plant-based blend of Coconut and Rice Milk with yummy fruity flavors. Not too sweet, either.
The Green Milk  is also a Plant-based blend of Coconut and Rice Milk, but with citrus and tropical flavors. Again, not too sweet, and both are a great cool off on those warm days.


Ok, more fried dough, but this one adds awesome toppings – chocolate, ice cream, cinnamon, and sugar. It’s hard to decide what combination is best.  Sleepy Hollow in the Magic Kingdom has Funnel Cake topped with Strawberries and Whipped Cream – true doughy bliss.


Who’s not a fan of the Dole Whip?! Pineapple soft-serve frozen dessert. Get it floating on top of pineapple juice, and you have the iconic Dole Whip Float. Everyone should try one at least once.


Eat outside on the terrace – especially when you need a serious calming break, some good food, and wine! The world’s top wine-growing regions are represented, but if you’re not quite sure what wine to order, do a flight! Try the Spaghetti Aglio Olio, or the Salmon!

Mickey Beignets:

Dusted with powdered sugar – sometimes flavored for holidays – they’re kind of a must-eat in Disneyland. You can  pick up a bag at the Mint Julep Bar.

The Mint Julep:

This tasty drink can be found in New Orleans Square. It’s kind of hidden behind the French Market. The mint julep is actually on-alcoholic, but it’s amazingly good!