March 27, 2024 | Jane O'Shea

13 Secret Menu Items At Disney World You Need To Try


What's A "Secret Menu" Item?

Disney World may be the most magical place on earth, but they're hiding something from you: Their secret menu items! These are the foods you have to be in-the-know about if you want to order them, because they won't appear on any restaurant's menu.

Here are the best Disney World secret menu items, and how to order them. 

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Christmas Pudding

Who doesn't love a secret dessert? Well, the Christmas Pudding is just that. It's a chocolaty, whipped-cream delight that's also plant-based for all the vegetarians out there.

A Glass with Coffee with Whipped Cream and Chocolate on TopFranco Monsalvo, Pexels

How To Order A Christmas Pudding

Believe it or not, you can nudge the waiter and order the Christmas Pudding at the Rose & Crown Pub over in Epcot at Disney World.  

Epcot - Rose and CrownLee, Flickr

Blue Wilderness

This blue beauty is made from Blue curacao (hence the name and color) along with Zodiac black cherry vodka, pineapple juice, and lemon. It's tropical and refreshing.

Woman drinking Blue cocktail Beside In-ground PoolOleksandr P, Pexels

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How To Order A Blue Wilderness

If you're looking for a Blue Wilderness, head to the Geyser Point Bar and Grill near the Copper Creek Spring's pool at Disney's Wilderness Lodge and ask a server for it. 

Coworking cafe workers using laptopKetut Subiyanto, Pexels

Pao De Queijo

This traditional Brazilian cheese bread is absolutely delicious, especially as Disney serves it alongside chimichurri cream cheese.

Pão de queijo is originally a Brazilian snacknecopunch, Flickr

How To Order Pao De Queijo

You can get Pao de Queijo if you're over in Disney World by the Jungle Skipper Canteen. The skipper who serves you this secret menu item is bound to be impressed. 

Signage for Skipper CanteenHarshLight, CC BY 2.0, Wikimedia Commons

Frozen Brown Elephant

The Frozen Brown Elephant is one of the best Disney secret menu items around. It's not hard to see why: This frozen Coca-Cola, milk, and Amarula mixture goes down so easy. 

Frozen Capuchino in takeaway cup on wood and blur green background.SUKSAN TOJAROENWIWAT, Shutterstock

How To Order A Frozen Brown Elephant

If you're ever over at the Refreshment Outpost in EPCOT (between the China and Germany pavilions) in Disney World, ask for a Frozen Brown Elephant and you shall receive.

Disneyland And Walt Disney World factsUnknown Author, Pxfuel

Frosty Pineapple

This one has one of the best names of all the secret menu items, and the way it tastes is just as good. It has Prosecco, plus pineapple and apple flavor. A Frosty Pineapple kind of looks like a pineapple, since its garnish is two pineapple leaves.

Frosty Pineapple.Andrew, Flickr

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How To Order A Frosty Pineapple

This one can only be found at Disney World at the Jungle Skipper Canteen..

Skipper Canteen restaurantHarshLight, Flickr

Secret Sauce

Disney had secret sides too, including this mayo-based, aioli-lke "secret sauce" that is a dip for spring rolls.

Paper Bag with Spring Rolls and dipping sauce.Valeria Boltneva, Pexels

How To Order The Secret Sauce

You can get this finger-licking sauce at the Spring Roll Wagon just outside of Adventureland in Disney World. 

Fingers of a Woman Dipping in a White Dipping SauceValeria Boltneva, Pexels

Raspberry Fizz

If you're looking for something soothing, fruity, and refreshing, look no further than the Raspberry Fizz, made with Bacardi Raspberry, Sprite, and cranberry juice. It also comes garnished with an adorable strawberry. 

Raspberry Fizzrawpixel, Pxhere

How To Order A Raspberry Fizz

You can pick up a Raspberry Fizz in Restaurantosaurus Lounge in Disney World's Animal Kingdom.

Empty tables at snack bar.Valeria Boltneva, Pexels

Virgin Colada

Disney has plenty of secret adult drinks, but what about for the kids? Or for people who don't drink? Well then, go find the Virgin Colada, which is exactly what it sounds like: A Pina Colada minus the alcohol.

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How To Order A Virgin Colada

You'll find the Virgin Colada in EPCOT at Disney World, in the Mexican pavilion. Ask for it at La Cava del Tequila.

La Cava del Tequila - Mexico pavilionBrett Kiger, Flickr

Tealasaurus

The Tealasaurus looks fun and tastes amazing. With Bourbon, blue curacao, triple sec, lemon juice, and lemonade, it's sweet and zingy. The servers will also garnish it with two lemons that look like Mickey's Ears. Adorable. 

Blue Cocktail In A Plastic CupAl Pavangkanan, CC BY 2.0, Wikimedia Commons

How To Order A Tealasaurus

If you're looking for a Tealasaurus, you'll find it at Restaurantosaurus Lounge in Animal Kingdom at Disney World. Now, I'm not saying making dinosaur noises when you order it will help...but it might.  

Disney World Florida: Magic KingdomMatt Clare, Flickr

Pork Satay Skewers

The idea of pork satay skewers probably needs no introduction, but Disney serves them (if you know how to find them) in a delicious soy-ginger sauce, with a side of pickled-onion slaw. 

Pork Satay SkewersAlpha, Flickr

How To Order Pork Satay Skewers

You can get the skewers over at the Jungle Skipper Canteen in Disney World, if you ask nicely.  

Logo on menu for Jungle Skipper Canteen at Magic Kingdom Park.Steven Miller, Flickr

Cretaceous Cooler

The Cretaceous Cooler used to be a regular menu item that you could order at a lot of lounges throughout the Animal Kingdom, but it's since been taken off and is now "Secret." This blue-green drink is garnished with a slice of pineapple.

A Person Holding a Pineapple CocktailMagda Ehlers, Pexels

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How To Order A Cretaceous Cooler

If you want to go back to the good old days with the Cretaceous Cooler, you can pull aside a server and ask for one at the Restaurantosaurus Lounge. You'll probably be pleasantly surprised at what you find!

Pineapple Juice in Clear Drinking GlassAnil Sharma, Pexels

Scotch Egg

This one might be Disney's most top-secret menu item of all, because only Passholders can ask for it. It's the Scotch Egg, a delicious dish that's a hard-boiled egg wrapped in pork sausage and breadcrumbs.

Scotch Egg on a plate.Adam Garratt, Flickr

How To Get A Scotch Egg

You can find the Scotch Egg in Disney World's Animal Kingdom, at Restaurantosaurus. Just remember: They'll only serve it to you if you're a Passholder!

A traditional English Scotch eggs.Kolforn, CC BY-SA 4.0, Wikimedia Commons

Cerulean Blue Sangria

Sometimes, the adults at Disney want a little secret something too. In that case, you should whisper an order for "Cerulean Blue Sangria," made from a Riesling and hints of orange. It comes garnished with a beautiful flower on top.

tiki cocktail on the bar in the night clubMateusz Gzik, Shutterstock

How To Order A Cerulean Blue Sangria

This one comes from the geniuses at the Jungle Skipper Canteen again at Disney World, and they'd be happy to serve you up (if you're of age, of course!)

Herbal Iced Tea Cocktail with Edible Flowers and Crushed Ice.Alp Aksoy, Shutterstock

Spiked PB&J Milkshake

The PB&J Milkshake is one of the most beloved items on Disney's menus, but did you know you can order it spiked at well? Well, now you know!

Chocolate Malt Milkshake - Avalon Diner - Houston TexasMarc Majcher, CC BY-SA 2.0, Wikimedia Commons

How To Order A Spiked PB&J Milkshake

When you're in Disney World, head on over to the Tune-In Lounge at Disney's Hollywood Studio to get this secret menu item.

Disney's Hollywood StudioJedi94, CC BY-SA 3.0, Wikimedia Commons

Passion Fruit Sangria

This delectable secret menu item is, obviously, made with passion fruit, but pineapple and Prosecco add an extra kick. Its beautiful peach coloring is worthy of a big toast. 

Passion fruit sangriaJenn Vargas, Flickr

How To Order A Passion Fruit Sangria

If you want this secret menu item, head on down to Disney World and the Jungle Skipper Canteen to get your classified fix.

Butterfly booth in Jungle Skipper Canteen at Magic Kingdom Park.Steven Miller, Flickr


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