REVIEW: New Footlong Corn Dog Stands Tall at Sleepy Hollow Refreshments in The Magic Kingdom

Are you tired of all the Mickey-shaped, multicolored, Instagrammable snacks on Disney property? In the mood for something basic and traditional? Need it to be at least 12 inches long? Well, head on down to Sleepy Hollow Refreshments in Liberty Square at the Magic Kingdom. Their new footlong corn dog just screams “traditional American amusement park food”, and honestly, what’s more American than measuring your food by the foot?

Sleepy Hollow Refreshments added a hand-dipped corn dog to their menu back in 2017, but that one has been missing in action for a while now.

The new option is just listed as a “Foot-long Corn Dog”, with no mention as to the process by which it is dipped.

Foot-long Corn Dog with House-made Chips – $10.99

Foot-long Corn Dog with House-made Chips – $10.99

The corn dog is indeed of impressive size. I didn’t pull out a measuring tape to confirm its length, but it’s easily a foot long. Flavor-wise, it’s pretty straightforward. It’s a corn dog. It’s not bad in any way, but there’s nothing interesting about it. It was served hot, and it didn’t taste like it had been sitting around or had been frozen at any point. We didn’t see them making them at Sleepy Hollow, but they very well might have been. The coating was nice and crispy without being overly so.

It’s served with “house-made chips”, which are the same chips you can get at multiple locations in Magic Kingdom. These were crisp and fresh.

I’m one of those heathens who like to eat their corn dogs with ketchup, but alas they did not have any on the condiment bar. All they had was mustard. If that bothers you, Casey’s Corner is just a stone’s throw away with all the ketchup you could want. Just don’t carry your corn dog in your hand during the walk, you’ll put someone’s eye out.

Is it good? Yes. Is it great? Well, it doesn’t hold up to Disneyland’s corn dogs, which many consider to be the gold standard. It’s not too far off, though. It’s definitely the least interesting thing on Sleepy Hollow’s menu, but it’s not a bad choice. The price seems a little steep, too, in my opinion. If it were a couple bucks cheaper, it would make a really good parade watching snack. If you’re a fan of corn dogs, go for it. Otherwise, there are plenty of more interesting options in the Magic Kingdom.

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Corn Dog King
Corn Dog King
1 year ago

Did someone say STAND TALL???

Ken G
Ken G
1 year ago

Hope it was an all-beef dog! I ate a dog at Casey’s back in 2014 (the last time I was there) and it was awful. Tasted like a chicken dog.
Nothing is worse than getting a hot dog that is not all-beef… well… maybe putting ketchup on one! *-)

Henry Taylor
Henry Taylor
1 year ago
Reply to  Ken G

They did not disclose the content of the dog, and I didn’t think to ask. It tasted very similar to Casey’s current dogs, though, which I believe are all-beef these days.

Lisa
Lisa
1 year ago

Corn Dogs are never boring. Buy one! Eat it!

Jack
Jack
1 year ago

So what’s the meat? Guessing not all beef

James Patterson
James Patterson
1 year ago

I thought this was a family website.

Tom Corless
Admin
1 year ago

It’s a Disney website and that’s a Pixar short.

Shelly Johnson
Shelly Johnson
1 year ago

I agree. Lol.

Shelly Johnson
Shelly Johnson
1 year ago

This pic is just wrong, wrong I tell you. LoL.

Jeffrey
Jeffrey
1 year ago

All beef? A true tasty hot dog is a frank blended with beef AND pork. You have been brainwashed by the beef lobby. And if a foot is too long or expensive for you, they were selling short cheaper ones from a cart in Fronteirland.