Walt Disney World: 5 must try food items that you may or may not have heard of

Updated (Org. pub 10/5/17)

Disney Food: This is just the opinion of one humble blogger, but… in my opinion… these are the food items that I’ve enjoyed the most, buy the most and that I consider must try. In no particular order:

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Photo source: https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/dining/hollywood-studios/50s-prime-time-cafe/

Belgian Waffles: To my knowledge you can only get these during the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival, which typically runs from late August through mid-November. There’s something about these darn little things that bring me so much joy. Not only are they delicious but they’re fun to eat.

They usually have three varieties to try: Berry Compote with Whipped Cream, Warm Chocolate Ganache and then they usually have a savory flavor. This year: Beer-braised Beef with Smoke Gouda Mashed Potatoes. Yum! I like them all, but for most people (judging by numerous other internet posts) the berry compote seems to be the most popular.

Corn Dog Nuggets: You can get these at Casey’s Corner in Magic Kingdom. It’s located on Main Street, USA and is in the same block as The Emporium (huge merchandise store at the front of the park.) They are the perfect combination of crunchy and soft and I just absolutely love them.

Nudel Gratin/Mac n Cheese: This dish is also located in Epcot, and luckily you can get it year round in the German Pavilion. It’s crusty cheesy baked heaven.

Macadamia Nut Chocolates: These are made fresh and shipped in from Hawaii. You can find them at Disney’s Polynesian Resort in the gift shop. There are typically four varieties: milk chocolate, dark chocolate, caramel and toffee. They are all delicious… and deliciously addictive.

Best Milkshake Ever?: Well I don’t know about “best” because let’s face it when it comes to milkshakes it’s hard to go wrong, Even so, the milkshakes at 50’s Prime Time Cafe in Hollywood Studios are the best of the best. Peanut Butter and Jelly is their signature flavor, but I’ve had several other flavors and they are always to die for.

Hint: 50’s Prime Time has a bar area where you can order drinks… so, you don’t even need to get a table to enjoy these wonderful milkshakes.

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