A wise woman once asked, “Why would anybody ever eat anything besides breakfast food?” And, we have to say we agree.
Not only is breakfast delicious, but it also happens to be one of the cheapest meals you’ll have in Disney World. We’re on a mission to help you stick to your budget in the parks and hotels, so let’s dig into our favorite Disney World breakfasts under $10.
Saving money in Disney World is easy with these cheap, favorite breakfasts we love that are under $10!
Fresh Fruit Waffle from Sleepy Hollow
The Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich is available for $8.49. It’s a decently large waffle covered in a chocolate hazelnut spread and fresh strawberries, blueberries, and bananas. Trust us when we say this sandwich is usually piled high with the fruit. The chocolate hazelnut spread can be a little light at times, but it doesn’t make this sandwich any less filling.
This is also great to share, because that waffle will, once again, fill you up faster than you think! Overall, if you’re looking for a simple, quick-service meal to share with someone, we strongly recommend heading over here. These are solid options that continue to impress us. However, there is barely any outdoor seating here, so keep that in mind!
Gaston’s Tavern Cinnamon Roll or Pongu Pongu Cinnamon Roll
This is a two-for-one because we happen to love both of these cinnamon rolls and can’t decide between them. So there. Gaston’s Tavern Cinnamon Roll is available for $6.79 and you can get it anytime this Magic Kingdom spot is open — not just for breakfast.
Another recent favorite is the new Cinnamon Roll from Pongu Pongu. This one is $6.49, and like other cinnamon rolls, it’s several layers of rolled dough with cinnamon and sugar in between, but this one is topped with plain icing and sprinkles.
This one is only available during breakfast!
Breakfast Sandwich from Friar’s Nook
We love grabbing the Breakfast Sandwich made with Sausage, Egg, and Cheddar served on a Pretzel Bun with Tots for $9.25.
We loved the flavorful sausage, which was tender. The eggs were light and fluffy. That, paired with the bold flavor of the cheddar, made for the perfect breakfast sandwich. We will say, though, that we wished this was a little bigger, but it does come with tots, so it’s still pretty filling. If you’re looking for a quick way to fuel up in Magic Kingdom, this is a great option.
Breakfast Bowl from Woody’s Lunch Box
You can find the adult Breakfast Bowl at Woody’s Lunch Box ( in Toy Story Land in Disney’s Hollywood Studios) for $8.79. The bowl is packed with potato barrels, smothered in smoked brisket, scrambled eggs, and country gravy. The finishing touch is the green onion garnish on top. A kid’s version is also available for $5.49.
This bowl was a very hearty portion! If you’re a fan of a light breakfast, you can split it with someone else. But if you’re like us and like large portions for breakfast, then you can get this bowl for just yourself! The bowl came with a lot of gravy, which was delicious, warm, and creamy. The green onions were fresh and crisp.
Tonga Toast from Capt. Cook’s
The Tonga Toast from Capt. Cook’s at Disney’s Polynesian Resort is available for $10.49, which technically makes it more than $10 but hey, we’ll take it. This features Banana-stuffed Sourdough Bread, Battered, Deep-fried, and Dusted with cinnamon sugar served with Bacon or Sausage.
This stuff is what dreams are made of. Imagine a cinnamon French toast stuffed with bananas. It’s so, so good.
Pancake Sandwich from Drinkwallah
Over in Animal Kingdom, the Stuffed Pancake Sandwich from Drinkwallah is a new recent favorite — but for a reason. For $8.99, you get a pancake stuffed with sausage, guava paste, egg, and cheese.
We thought that, overall, this tasted very similar to a sausage and egg biscuit that you might find at a fast food restaurant. However, the guava jam gave it an extra element that elevated the flavor by adding some sweetness.
Waffle Platter from Hollywood Scoops
Hollywood Scoops is servin’ up Mickey Waffles! For $9.49, you’ll get your waffles with blueberries, whipped cream, and syrup. We’ve also had strawberry compote served on the side before.
It’s not a surprise that these waffles were SO. Good. We loved the addition of blueberries to a classic Disney snack.
We’re always sharing Disney World snack tips like this, so stay tuned to DFB for more!
What’s your favorite breakfast in Disney World? Tell us in the comments.