Maximizing Snack & Quick Service Options
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I am looking for a comprehensive site or app where I can find the best choices (aka most expensive) for maximizing snack and quick service credits on the DDP. I have found many references to sweet treats , "junk food" or items you can buy during the F&W Festival, but I am looking for healthy choices. Can anyone steer me in the right direction?
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For healthy choices in the parks, look for the fruit stands. We have gotten cut up fruit bowls, fruit juices, and soft pretzels. I think the one at MK also has a baked potato option. You can also get things like low fat smoothies at places like Auntie Gravity's, frozen fruit bars at ice cream carts, and even fresh pineapple on a stick at Aloha Isle in MK.
In Epcot, we like the kaki-gori ices (Japan). At AK, we enjoyed mango orange smoothies (Odwalla) from the fruit stand in Africa, and exotic hot and cold teas in Asia. At our resort, my husband likes the fruit and yogurt parfaits, either for a light breakfast or as dessert with dinner. And don't forget popcorn! Whole grain and shareable, and available at all parks.