Family travelers, bring your appetites on your next Disney trip!
Disney travel planning experts at MagicGuides recently revealed the most popular Disney Park treats on Instagram.
The study analyzed Instagram hashtag counts of more than 50 food and beverage options exclusively available at Disney Parks worldwide. Dole Whips ranked in the top spot with more than 300,000 Instagram posts, more than the rest of the top 10 combined. The refreshing soft-serve treat also receives more than 58,000 average Google searches monthly.
In the battle of the milks, Blue Milk won, with more than 55,000 posts compared to Green Milk’s nearly 30,000. Mickey-themed snacks proved popular with four appearances in the top 10 in pretzel, waffle, beignet and ice cream bar form.
The top 10 most Instagrammable Disney Park snacks are:
- Dole Whip
- Blue Milk
- Mickey Pretzel
- Green Milk
- Mickey Waffle
- Disney Popcorn Bucket
- Mickey Beignet
- Night Blossom
- Disney Churro
- Mickey’s Premium Ice Cream Bar
“These findings emphasize the unwavering popularity of the iconic Dole Whip, which has been a park staple since first introduced in 1986. The research also highlights that practically any snacks or treats shaped as Disney’s iconic Mickey Mouse are popular to post online, with four Mickey-shaped treats in the ranking,” stated a spokesperson from MagicGuides.
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