Listen, if you are a foodie, then you are going to have a hard time when you visit the Disney Parks. There is seemingly an unlimited amount of options to choose from, whether you’re settling in for lunch or just looking for a mid-afternoon snack. It doesn’t matter if you are a sweet or salty type of person, there is guaranteed to be a delectable food item to satisfy your taste buds.

Disney offers a variety of options in each of its parks, which can make it even more difficult to narrow down which ones are the absolute best. However, based on avid Disney enthusiasts and park dwellers the best of the best have been narrowed down into one cohesive list. These are the 10 best things you can eat at Disney parks.

10 10. Cheshire Cat Tail

This sugary treat can be found in Magic Kingdom at the Cheshire Cafe. Its pastry filled with cream and chocolate chips, pretty much like a cannoli! But considering this is Disney, it had to be themed so it’s drilled with pink and purple icing stripes. Cheshire Cafe is located in Tomorrowland so you can make this your first stop to cure that inevitable afternoon hunger.

9 9. The Grey Stuff

It really is delicious! The Grey Stuff might as well have been the entire reasoning behind Disney’s opening of Be Our Guest restaurant. The Beauty and the Beast themed dessert is a grey whipped masterpiece made up of chocolate mouse and cookie crumbs. It’s served on a cookie platter plate and topped with white and grey edible pearls. On the inside, you’ll be surprised to find a red velvet cake, raspberry, and a little bit of jam!

8 8. Turkey Leg

You can never go wrong with a good ol’ turkey leg. This classic treat weighs a whopping 1.5 pounds and is a relic from the 1980s. This salty mammoth of a snack is favored by Disney visitors everywhere. It’s so big, it can even be a substitute for lunch. It’s a whole 750 calories, so it’s not the best choice for health-cautious eaters. You can find Disney’s famous turkey leg at any of its parks.

7 7. Chicken Waffle Sandwich

A little bit a sweet, a little bit of salty. If you haven’t tried this recent food trend, Disney could be the first place if you’re feeling adventurous! The combination of chicken and waffles may sound odd, but there’s a reason this combo is so popular.

The chicken waffle sandwich served at Sleepy Hollow in the Magic Kingdom has been praised for its sweet and savory flavor blast. There’s also a Nutella fruit waffle for anyone with a major sweet tooth!

6 6. Macaroon Ice Cream Sandwich

Has your mouth started to water? Disney sells ice cream by the cone, cup, and now by the macaroon! If you can’t decide between picking up a few dozen macaroons at L'Artisan des Glaces or getting the famous Mickey Mouse ice cream bar, Disney has provided the ultimate solution. These macaroon ice creams sandwiches are available at the France pavilion at EPCOT. They are the perfect dedication to the French culture which is famous for these light and airy sweet treats. The strawberry and vanilla combination is said to be one of the more favored combinations.

5 5. Mickey Bars and Pretzels

If you teeter between the choices of sweet versus salty, then try these both on for size! Mickey-shaped ice cream bars and pretzels are available at any Disney park. They have been a staple food item for decades and these delightful treats aren’t disappearing anytime soon. They are the perfect solution to saturate your hunger needs, especially after a fun-filled day riding the rides. So when someone starts feeling hangry, you can make a quick shop at virtually any Disney food kiosk and grab them one of these gratifying treats!

4 4. Breakfast Cone

Can’t wait to get to Disney a second longer—even for breakfast? Try Disney’s visionary breakfast on the go, which takes shape in a cone. That’s right, Disney offers an entire breakfast meal in its secure waffle cone. The cone itself is made up of a crispy, maple goodness and is stuffed with bacon and eggs.

It’s available at the counter-only service stop at the BoardWalk Bakery on Disney’s Boardwalk.

3 3. Baked Mac and Cheese

This American classic is a favorite at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The cheese-cheese-drenched noodles also come equipped with pulled pork, topped a zesty a blend of coleslaw, and is topped with onion rings. Disney-goers can expect to find this concoction at the Flame Tree Barbecue inside Animal Kingdom. You can find a similar bowl at the Eight Spoon Cafe Here, their baked macaroni dish can be served with either shrimp or pulled pork!

2 2. The Ultimate Chilli Cheese Dog

If you’re ready to take on a challenge, Casey’s Corner in Magic Kingdom has one waiting for you. This foot-long sandwich is smothered in chili sauce and more shredded cheddar than you could ask for. The potato roll that it’s served on is the standard American hot dog bun, and the dog itself is tastefully salty. If chili isn’t your thing, Casey’s has plenty of other hot options for you to choose from. Dig into the Classic Hot Diggity Dog that is burdened with hash browns, cheddar, bacon, onions, and drizzled with ranch sauce.

1 1. Dole Whip

If you go to any Disney park and you don’t get a Dole Whip, you are Disney-ing wrong. Disney’s Dole Whip is a frozen work of art in the form of a soft serve classic. It’s the holy grail of Disney park foods, made of Hawaiian pineapple goodness that makes it unlike any other ice cream from the parks. Disney treats this famous food like a coveted secret, with no signs advertising this ice cream delight. However, you can definitely ask for the Dole Whip at Disneyland in the Enchanted Tiki Room located in Adventureland. If you’re in Disney World, you’ll find it in Aloha Isle in the Magic Kingdom.

The Dole Whip is also exclusive to Disney parks so get it while you can!