Magic Kingdom: Snacks
I’m in Orlando, Florida on a business trip. My conference ended today so I purchased an after 2pm ticket to Magic Kingdom.
I didn’t have lunch except for a couple of pieces of fruit so I was pretty hungry when I entered the park. There are a lot of choices of snacks to eat at Magic Kingdom. What would I have? My friend back home at that moment had just text me to not to forget to have a giant turkey wing. Ooh, that sounded good to me. I felt like I needed some protein. I was fairly close to Frontierland where there is a stall that sells this carnivorous item.
As I got closer and closer to the wagon selling the turkey, I passed several people biting into what was actually gigantic smoked turkey legs. It took me about five minutes to get through the line to buy the drumstick. I personally love smoked meats as well as eating turkey parts. This turkey leg was temperature hot, fresh, moist, juicy, and very flavorful. Although I felt somewhat awkward holding and eating this huge piece of meat, it was worth feeling this way as it was delicious.
About an hour later, I was ready to dive into a sweet snack. Unlike the turkey leg, I knew I was getting this next snack before arriving at Disney World.
In Magic Kingdom at Adventureland, you can get dole whip at a stand called Aloha Isle. Dole whip is a pineapple flavored soft serve. The last time I had it, I was in Anaheim at Disneyland. Although I got a plain soft serve, you can also get a float with pineapple juice.
These snacks were great and held me over until dinner.