I’m going to be honest, when I think about Hollywood Studios, the first thing that doesn’t come to mind are snacks.
For a park that has Star Wars Galaxy Edge, Rock’n Roller Coaster, and Tower of Terror, you would think there would be some equally as awesome snacks.
Unfortunately, there are only a handful worth trying.
So to help you save your money by not wasting it on poor snack choices, here are the 5 best Hollywood Studios snacks that are worth trying in 2019.
Just note that a lot of snacks at Hollywood Studios tend to be seasonal or short lived but I can almost guarantee that the ones below are here to stay.
Best Snacks at Hollywood Studios (2021)
Here are my top picks that you must snack on while at Disney’s Hollywood Studios:
1. Jack Jack Num Num Cookie
After hearing the rave reviews about this cookie at Pixar Pier at Disney’s California Adventure, I was excited to learn that it has made it way to the east coast.
With the Jack Jack Num Num Cookie, you’ll get a huge, warm, chocolate chip cookie that’s big enough to share with 2 to 3 people.
You can find this right before the entrance of Toy Story Land. Technically, it’s right across the old entrance of Toy Story Midway Mania before it moved.
2. Funnel Cake
If you ever walked passed Indiana Jones, chances are you’ll smell hot and fresh funnel cakes.
There’s not much to say about this beside the fact that once you see someone walking by with a funnel cake in their hand, your tastebuds will somehow urge you to make your way to Oasis Canteen.
3. Carrot Cake Cookie
This is the last OG Hollywood Studios snack that you can still enjoy. Now although the photo above is a little outdated, the cookie itself will not disappoint, especially if you love carrot cake.
What you get is two soft carrot cake cookies (taste more like cupcake/muffin tops) and a rich serving of cream cheese icing.
You can get this from Trolly Car Cafe (aka Starbucks).
4. Lunch Box Tart
At first bite, I wasn’t impressed by the tart. But after my second one, I really started to appreciate this treat.
Sweet, soft, and delicious. Literally tastes like a gourmet Pop Tart.
There are two choices, a seasonal one (lemond blueberry pictured above) and the chocolate hazelnut.
You can try it at Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land.
5. Peanut Butter and Jelly Milkshake
Peanut butter milkshake that’s literally mixed with grape jelly. Only thing missing are two pieces of white bread.
Although this is a staple at 50’s Prime Time Cafe, you can actually order this at the bar, no reservation needed. The hardest part would be trying to find a seat.
6. Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich
This is more of a bonus snack only because you can find this at Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom. With this, you can get your choice of scooped ice cream sandwiched between two soft, freshly baked chocolate chip cookies.
You can find this snack at Hollywood Scoops which is right before the entrance of Tower of Terror.
7. Green or Blue Milk
Delicious and refreshing, plant-based blend of coconut and rice milk with unique citrus and tropical flavors. The only downside is that it’s a tiny portion for $8.
Also I’m Team Blue all the way.
Get this from the Milk Stand at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
8. Outpost Mix
A sweet and faintly spicy, colorful kettle corn that’s a nice change of pace from the normal buttered popcorn scattered throughout the park.
Get this from Kat Saka’s Kettle inside Batuu.
9. Ronto Wrap
Roasted Pork, grilled pork sausage, peppercorn sauce, and tangy slaw wrapped in a Pita Bread. Honestly, I prefer this than any of the other quick service options available in Batuu.
Get this from Ronto Roasters inside Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
10. Bavarian Pretzel
(forgot to take a pic, smh…will get one soon)
Warm, massive pretzel paired with beer cheese and spicy mustard.
Get this from Baseline Tap House.
Thanks for reading and hopefully you enjoy my Hollywood Studios snack recommendations.
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