What are your favorite foods at Disney World?

Question? What are your favorite foods to eat while at the Walt Disney World resort in Orlando, Florida?

Answer: Disney World has so many amazing food choices all across the property, it really is tough to narrow it down to my favorites. Below, I highlight my current top 5 favorite dishes from my trip to Disney World in November of 2016. There are many other dishes that didn't make the cut, but be sure to try them out as I am sure you will find your own favorites somewhere on property!

  • Sweet and Spicy Chicken and Waffle - Found at Sleepy Hollow in the Magic Kingdom - Breaded chicken in a slightly spicy sauce on top of a fresh cooked waffle, served with cole slaw on top
  • Morimoto Baby Back Ribs - Found at Morimoto Street Food in Disney Springs - Pork Ribs, Cilantro and Hoisin Sweet Chili Glaze cooked to "fall off the bone" perfection
  • Dole Whip - Found at Aloha Isle in the Magic Kingdom - One of my all time favorite snacks, this Pineapple non-dairy frozen dessert is a real family favorite! To make this at home, check out my recipe here.
  • The Maelstrom Margarita - Found at Cava Del Tequila in the Mexico pavilion at EPCOT - Whether drinking around the world, or relaxing with a drink and some chips and salsa, the Maelstrom margarita is a great selection as a blend of tequila, mango puree, orange liquor, habanero peppers, blueberries, basil, and a tajin chili powder on the rim!
  • The Grey Stuff - Found at Be Our Guest Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom - Of fame from the movie Beauty and the Beast, the Grey Stuff is a chocolate cupcake with special grey frosting! A must try, because it's delicious and if you don't believe me, just ask the dishes!

  • What do you think of my favorites? Let me know on twitter by sending me a message @theCookingMaven!


    Maven Ben with Chef Goofy in 2016







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