Are you a Disney foodie? You know… do you think about where you’re going to eat on your next trip while your countdown is still going for your current trip? Do you have a list of must have snacks, and check them off as you go? Do you plan your
Do you find yourself craving your favorite Disney snack after you’ve returned home? Does your mouth water at the thought of your favorite dish at that must-do Disney restaurant? Don’t fret! You can recreate many of your favorite Disney snacks and dishes in the comforts of your own home! Recently
Disney World is known for many things, one of those being their FOOD – they have consistently served up a huge variety of freshly prepared food that uses the best ingredients, oh, and it also TASTES great too! But there is more to Disney Dining than just breakfast, lunch and
Hey there guys and gals Anonymouse here. I am sure by now many of you have read how Michelle Obama has talked with Bob Iger at Disney on changing the way we advertise foods to our children. If not you can read it here. But did you know it goes beyond that??
Been awhile since lunch and too early for dinner? Snack time! There’s one thing you definitely won’t have to worry about on a Disney trip—going hungry. In fact, there are so many options, it’s often hard to choose. Some fan favorites, like the Mickey Premium Bar ice cream treats, are
Where can you find it? Disney’s Animal Kingdom-Safari Pretzel Kiosk OR EPCOT-World Showcase-Fife and Drum Tavern What is it? A jalapeno cheese stuffed pretzel Why you want it- It is a delicious soft baked jalapeno bread stuffed with lots of melted cheese! Despite it’s name it’s not super spicy but
Every photo has a story. One of the more well known Disney Christmas decorations found outside the gates of the Magic Kingdom is the victorian era inspired Gingerbread House at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa. Walt Disney World pastry chefs use a classic gingerbread recipe from Austria to create their gingerbread
Walt Disney World allows you to bring a cooler into Walt Disney World, given you follow a few simple rules. So why not take advantage, you will save money and let your snack credits stretch further – a double win! Snacks are great to keep handy for little ones at
When I’m visiting Walt Disney World (WDW) one of my hobbies is snacking. (It’s my trip – I can call eating a hobby, right?) And WDW offers plenty of tasty Disney snacks to satisfy the rumbly in my tumbly. Now, many guests think of the theme parks when the Disney
Disney cinnamon roll, found at Disneyland’s Blue Ribbon Bakery. Where to find it: At Blue Ribbon Bakery on Main Street, U.S.A., Disneyland Park What it is: A fresh-baked, soft but not soggy extra-large cinnamon roll. Why you want it: This cinnamon roll is as big as your kids’ eyes – which
After a long day of encounters with pirates and soaring through the sky with Dumbo and Peter Pan, any Disney guest needs a little boost! Fortunately, the Magic Kingdom offers plenty of delicious eats to help you recharge and we have listed some of the best places to find them!
Those with a sweet tooth who have visited Walt Disney World know that there are other attractions at the parks besides the rides and shows, such as Disney snacks! There are so many delicious, Disney treats available all throughout Walt Disney World that it’s difficult to pick only a few; but
I’m as much a Disney “snackie” as a Disney foodie, and don’t always want to eat as much food as Disney serves. At least a couple of times during my Walt Disney World vacations I’ll use snack items as a light lunchtime meal. Doing so curbs my appetite just enough
Disney foodies know there are plenty of desserts and snacks that can provide that sugar rush. But not only does Walt Disney World (WDW) offer inventive desserts, ice-cream concoctions that defy gravity, and the famous Dole Whip, it’s home to candy that would make Willy Wonka proud. Disney candy connoisseurs