Dole Whip in the Magic Kingdom.
I heard a story that Disney bases the price on data related to guest purchasing habits. That they determine how much cash the average guest brings into the park and how they spend it. This gives them a ballpark figure of how much dough mom and dad are carrying around when its close to the end of their park visits. And that has an impact on the price per box of corn.
Think about it, it's nearing the end of the day -- just before that evening parade. They crank up the poppers and the aroma fills Town Square. And the rug rats say, "Hey mom can I get some popcorn?"
Mom looks in her purse and -- lo and behold -- she has just enough money to score a box.
The kid gets fed, mom gets to be a hero and Disney manages to snag those last couple of bucks before the guests can escape. :o)
Out of this list, I would say ice cream...in various forms.
Guess I'll go with ice cream.
I don't mind soft pretzels...when I'm at the mall. Graeters Ice Cream at Kings Island? I'll take that over any pretzel.
Since I'm lacking a COAS option, I had to go with a funnel cake. Of course, I get my funnel cakes with ice cream on them, but I could only vote for one.
Oh, and Dole Whip. Pineapple Slice on the side to make it even better.
or as Stewie Griffin would say "Dooohle Whhhhip"
HOWEVER, I would have voted for rice cream from Norway in Epcot, had it been on the list. I love that stuff and get some every time I'm in Epcot!
Second would be a pizza shaped cookie from BGW.
I'll be eating one soon. I can't wait.
Either that or curly fries drowning in a thick yellow goo that (according to the FDA) can be marketed as something called "Cheezicious" TM
("Cheezicious" is a registered trademark of the Monsanto Corporation. All rights reserved. For information on ingrediants and nutrition please contact the Monsanto Department of Food-Like Products and Pesticide Development).
Or... something way too fancy and high-class to be considered a "theme park snack."