Thursday, 25 May 2017

Snacking, Disney style!

It's been two weeks since we got back from Walt Disney World and I'm still suffering from an extreme case of holiday blues. For all the reasons I detailed in my last blog post, it's so difficult to leave such a spectacular place behind at the end of an amazing fortnight. It really does get a little bit harder to leaveevery time.

I thought blogging about our holiday might make me feel better and, after posting a quick poll on Twitter because people haven't had enough voting opportunities recently (!), I've decided to start with some blog posts on the food we ate at Walt Disney World.

The Disney Dining Plan was included with our booking which meant we had 14 table service credits each, 14 quick service credits each, and 28 snacks each. Today, I'm going to focus on the snacking element of the plan.

Snacks generally cost up to $6 and are widely available across all parks and resorts - just keep a look out for the purple Disney Dining Plan icon to find out what's eligible. We quickly realised that 2 snacks each per day is a huge amount of food on top of the other meal credits, so we used a few of our credits on bottled drinks in the parks rather than on food items or more fancy drinks. However, we still managed to fit in a substantial number of fun snacks as you'll see below, as well as some boring fruit snacks which I didn't photograph!

It's amazing to think that all the food and drink below was completely free and didn't chip away at our spending money. Although I don't think we'd ever pay outright for the Disney Dining Plan, it's a definite perk when it's tagged on to your booking.

Scroll down to find out what we decided to spend our snacking credits on this year...



A Disney snacking classic. Mickey pretzel!



One of my favourite snacks of the lot - churro!



Ice cream from the legendary Plaza Ice Cream Parlor at the Magic Kingdom. 



A giant cookie with little sugared Mickeys from our resort's selection of snacks.



Another Disney classic. Mickey ice cream lolly!



Dole Whip on our first morning.
This is like a meal in itself and requires both a spoon and a straw!



One of my favourite pastries - a hefty cinnamon roll from Epcot. 



A new snack choice for this holiday - giant pink doughnut!



Frozen strawberry lemonade on one of the hottest days of the holiday.



Definitely NOT the only apple danish pastry I ate over the two weeks. 



Giant Oreo chocolate cupcake from Candy Cauldron in Disney Springs.



Cookies 'n' cream and strawberry ice cream from Beaches & Cream at the Beach Club.



This frozen Violet Lemonade from Epcot's Flower and Garden Festival was
another first-time snack for this trip. 



LeFou's Brew from Gaston's Tavern - terrible photo but amazing concoction. 



Yes, it's just a diet Coke, but look at the label!
Unfortunately, I was too parched to walk to the castle for a more suitable backdrop. 



Are you hungry yet? Keep a look out for my next food-filled blog post! 

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