Snacks At Walt Disney World

 

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Walt Disney World has a ton of incredible, delicious snacks! Guests can find them in the parks, the Boardwalk, Disney Springs, and the resort hotels. There are plenty of classic options, like the Turkey Legs, Mickey ice cream bars, Dole Whips, and School Bread plus seasonal choices at the various festivals and special parties. No matter the time of year you visit, you’re sure to enjoy the Disney snacks! Next time you are ordering a snack consider the following tips.  While Florida can be hot one of the worst ways to spend a snack credit is by getting a bottle of water. You can get free cups of water just about anywhere so no need to use up a snack credit! The same logic holds true for items like whole fruit or a bag of chips. Consider a quick cost-value analysis before scanning for the credit. A good rule to use is a snack isn’t worth the credit unless it’s at least $4. Otherwise, save your snack credits for something more special and use cash. Also, consider using a snack for a light breakfast, like a bagel; or a not-so-light cinnamon roll from Gaston’s Tavern or a quick visit to Starbucks. Just about every drink on Starbucks menu is a snack! That includes extra pumps of syrup, extra espresso shots, and dairy-free milk. Now that all four parks and Disney Springs have a Starbucks, this is an easy and tasty option for a snack. Also, many of the snacks at Walt Disney World are fantastic desserts. Next time at dinner, consider skipping dessert and get it later from a snack stand. Sometimes getting ice cream or a cupcake later is a great option.

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