Magic Kingdom breakfast options are pretty scarce.
Especially for those of us traveling on a budget.
The most popular places to eat breakfast in the Magic Kingdom, Cinderella’s Royal Table and The Crystal Palace, will cost you a pretty penny (twenty-six to fifty-eight bucks for adults).
They also require reservations, which can be next to impossible to score last minute and during busy months.
While we would generally caution fellow cheapos to avoid eating their first meal of the day in the theme parks, we realize that sometimes it’s unavoidable.
So, for those in search of a quick and cheap Magic Kingdom breakfast, here are four places you can fill up your belly for under five bucks.
Main Street Bakery (Main Street USA)
Located on Main Street (hence the name), Main Street Bakery offers the most (and dare I say “healthiest”) cheap breakfast options in Magic Kingdom. Here you’ll find a variety of breakfast sandwiches and wraps ($4.99) including Bacon & Gouda, Ham & Cheddar, Sausage & Cheddar, and Spinach, Feta & Cage Free Egg White.
The Main Street Bakery also offers a variety of smoothies ($4.49), with flavor options like Orange, Mango, Chocolate, and Strawberry.
By the way, if you’ll be grabbing a cup of coffee, the Main Street Bakery offers the best bang for your buck! They serve Starbucks Coffee starting at only $2.19.
Gaston’s Tavern (Fantasy Land)
One of the newest dining options on the block, Gaston’s Tavern, serves up a few sugary breakfast treats. Here’ you can satisfy your morning sweet tooth with the cinnamony goodness of a Warm Cinnamon Roll ($3.99) or indulge in a Chocolate Croissant ($2.99).
Cheshire Cafe (Fantasy Land)
The Cheshire Cafe offers a few simple and cheap breakfast staples. You can choose from a variety of Fresh Fruits ($1.69), Assorted Cereals with Milk ($3.69), and muffins ($2.99).
Sleepy Hollow (Liberty Square)
Another purveyor of sweets, Sleepy Hollow serves up a few waffle options ($4.99). You can choose to have this breakfast favorite covered in cinnamon or some oh so heavenly powdered sugar (disapproving looks not included).
What’s that? How are you gonna wash down your cheap Magic Kingdom breakfast? The cheapest (and free) option is to ask for a complimentary cup of ice water (all ya gotta do is ask). Of course, if you don’t mind ponying up some extra cash, you can also grab a Coffee, Tea, Hot Cocoa, Milk, Juice, or bottled water for a little over two bucks more.