Magic Kingdom (MK) snacks
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Mom calls to check on me and reminded me to pay the gardener. I love her so much.
Disneyland was fun with flag retreat and pickles. I have a home here, thank you. GAC is NOT a "front of the line pass".
She is gone but keeping signature. Laundry is getting done. My purpose in life is to help poor people in FL. Farewell, will miss you.
Soft serve, floats and smoothies from Auntie Gravity's in Tomorrowland are a must-do for our family! The Nutella and fruit waffle from Sleepy Hollow is yummy too (as is the chicken one ) but big enough to be lunch, not just a snack!
the turkey legs from Frontierland are delicious, although, more like a meal.
They sure are good -- and BIG!
Just keep in mind that if you're looking for Dining Plan snacks, the turkey legs exceed the "standard" guideline of snacks being under $4. At $7.50, the turkey legs cannot be purchased with a DDP snack credit.
Baked potatoes @ Liberty Square Market
Chicken noodle Soup or French fries (loaded up with grilled onions and cheese from the toppings bar, yum!) @ Cosmic Ray's
Chili, Onion rings, or French Fries @ Pecos Bill's
Caesar side salad or Tomato basil soup @ Pinocchio Village Haus
Fudge or cupcakes from Main Street Confectionary
There are some things you just have to buy when you are at Disney like turkey legs and my son would say funnel cakes(which are not on the DP either. Hey we're at Disney and need to splurge for something!!!