Welcome to this month’s Blogorail Green Loop. Today we are discussing the best ways to use your Disney Dining Plan snack credits.
Everybody loves a good Disney snack and one of the best ways to enjoy a wide variety of Disney snacks is to take a snack tour. Today’s snack tour is going to take us through Magic Kingdom. We are going to start our tour on the right side of Main Street work our way through Tomorrowland into Fantasyland cross-over into Frontierland and Adventureland before working our way back down the left side of Main Street and exiting the park 😦
The springtime weather in Orlando and Walt Disney World has been on the unseasonably warm side. To me, this is the perfect time to think of the top frozen snack that guests can find in Walt Disney World. A frozen snack can help cool you from the inside and help you (along with shade and hydration) from keeping things like heat exhaustion and heat stroke at bay. Nobody wants to spend time during their Disney vacation at the First Aid station.
Yesterday, I gave you a great tip on a free item at Walt Disney World which can help you save some snack credits. Today, I’m going to help you spend some of those saved snack credits on some tasty Disney snacks. Disney snacks come in all shapes and sizes. I’m going to bring you some of my favorites and maybe some of my favorites are some yours as well.
Friday’s article on the top five counter service restaurants was a big hit so I thought I would continue the food theme with today’s article on snacks. To me, there are five “snack categories” at Walt Disney World. Those categories are: salty, sweet, frozen (ice cream division), frozen (non-ice cream division). and “meat on a stick.”. I’ll go over my favorites for each of those categories and what just missed the cut. After reading the article, please respond with your favorites. Your favorite could become my new favorite which means I’ll need to do taste tasting of these favorites. 🙂 ON TO THE SNACKS!