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Old 02-18-2011, 06:00 PM   #1
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hidden snack tips, please!

on my last trip, i planned very little as i knew very little about WDW (it was a convention trip, and my first to 'the world'). we ended up with one great meal at yachtsman, one fabulous night eating around the world in epcot, and two other ok dinners not worth mentioning. it was a great trip food-wise, considering. what we missed out on was the little places i didn't know about--caramel shop in germany, i'm looking at you! dole whip? i hadn't even heard of it! imagine!

so while i have my lunch and dinner reservations made for this upcoming trip, what i'm looking for are suggestions of 'other'--yummy things i need to be sure to not miss.

it would also be nice to have someone say 'it is ok that you are obsessing over pictures of the caramel covered cupcakes'. i'm not usually someone who likes sweets, but i guess disney brings out the kid in me! by the last day there, i was having this for breakfast...



i walked into a shop on main street--i don't know what it was called, but there was a lot of fudge--and the smell...i can still smell the smell!

so...where should i go and what should i try? sweet or savory, it doesn't matter. they are going to have to ROLL me onto the plane!

EDIT--i'm NOT on the DDP, so when i ask for snack recommendations, i mean 'things that are not meals that i can pay for'. i thought i typed that at some point, to avoid confusion, but clearly i backspaced it. not sure why. perhaps because i was busy fantasizing about cupcakes?
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We'll start with the big thing:
It's okay that you're obsessing over pictures of the caramel covered cupcakes!

To hear some of us plan our Disney trips, you'd never know there were theme parks in Orlando -- you'd think we only went for the food.

Now, as to your other question.
I try to use my snack credits on things I can't easily get at home. So I was pretty miffed in Dec. when DH used three of them at once on plain pretzels in Germany.
I'm a big fan of Kaki gori in Japan (I know! It looks like a sno cone -- but it's sooooo much better!)
And schoolbread in Norway. Pretty much any pastry in France.
And Dole Whips. And Mickey bars. Who says you have to choose between the two?

I've heard great things about the cupcakes in DHS -- I think they're at Starring Rolls. That's for "next trip" for me.

You can also use them on a cup of soup in some places and make it a light lunch. Or a bagel or cinnamon roll for breakfast.

Have you seen the Snack list?
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At Epcot, I always like to grab a pastry at Boulangerie Patisserie in France, and another favorite snack is fish & chips from the stand in UK next to the Rose & Crown. The school bread in Norway is good, as someone mentioned. We just tried the caramel corn in Germany on Monday and it was really delicious. But there were so many other things I wanted in that shop -- I'll definitely need to add that to my list of places to go on every trip!

At DHS, Starring Rolls Cafe has the most amazing cupcakes. Chocolate peanut butter is my favorite one, but they also have red velvet, Butterfinger, and several others. There are also muffins and other pastries (as well as some savory items).

At MK, I like to get ice cream from the ice cream shop on Main Street.

At AK, the last 2 trips we've taken have been in cooler weather, so we've stopped by the tea stand in Asia (near Yak & Yeti) for some hot tea. They also sell a few muffins, fritters, etc. Yak & Yeti also has a CS location, though we've never tried it. We've only ever eaten at the TS location. But I know you can get their famous Yak Attack drink at the CS location -- does that count as a snack?

On a hot day, I'd opt for a Mickey Bar or the frozen fruit bar. Both are yummy (though one is decidedly more low cal than the other!). I just had my first Dole Whip on Sunday(!) It was good, but next time I'd like to try the float.


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The ice cream cookie sandwiches are a great option for a snack credit. My DH has gotten these several times. Main Street Bakery has them, but I think he also got one at POFQ food court.
I used several of my snack credits for a yogurt parfait at POFQ. It was $4.29, but they said I could use a snack credit for it.
I have also heard great things about the carrot cake cookies at Writers Stop in DHS. I have not tried one of these yet, but it is definitely on my list! They look awesome! Two yummy carrot cake cookies with cream cheese frosting in the center! What's not to like??
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We'll start with the big thing:
It's okay that you're obsessing over pictures of the caramel covered cupcakes!

To hear some of us plan our Disney trips, you'd never know there were theme parks in Orlando -- you'd think we only went for the food.

Now, as to your other question.
I try to use my snack credits on things I can't easily get at home. So I was pretty miffed in Dec. when DH used three of them at once on plain pretzels in Germany.
I'm a big fan of Kaki gori in Japan (I know! It looks like a sno cone -- but it's sooooo much better!)
And schoolbread in Norway. Pretty much any pastry in France.
And Dole Whips. And Mickey bars. Who says you have to choose between the two?

I've heard great things about the cupcakes in DHS -- I think they're at Starring Rolls. That's for "next trip" for me.

You can also use them on a cup of soup in some places and make it a light lunch. Or a bagel or cinnamon roll for breakfast.

Have you seen the Snack list?
first, thank you for validating my obsession!

thanks for the kaki gori tip. i keep seeing it in dining reports and yes, i do think 'well gee, that's a sno cone'. i will be sure to try it now, knowing that it truly is a step above. thanks!

i had the school bread in norway. actually, i think that's where this whole obsession started. when i saw it i thought 'well gee, that's clearly a doughnut'. ummm...no. it is a pastry made by angels.

dole whips are definitely on my list, and while mickey bars don't look thrilling, i'm thinking that might be the secret to really great food in disney--it doesn't look impressive, but it IS. adding that to the list, too. man, i'm going to have to make an actual list!

starring roles is also added! (admission--i just did a google image search. drool!)

finally, i just edited my original question, because i realize it seems like i'm asking 'what should i spend my snack credits on?'--but i'm not on the dining plan, so snack credits are not an issue (though looking at that list might help!) i just really like to eat!
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At Epcot, I always like to grab a pastry at Boulangerie Patisserie in France, and another favorite snack is fish & chips from the stand in UK next to the Rose & Crown. The school bread in Norway is good, as someone mentioned. We just tried the caramel corn in Germany on Monday and it was really delicious. But there were so many other things I wanted in that shop -- I'll definitely need to add that to my list of places to go on every trip!

At DHS, Starring Rolls Cafe has the most amazing cupcakes. Chocolate peanut butter is my favorite one, but they also have red velvet, Butterfinger, and several others. There are also muffins and other pastries (as well as some savory items).

At MK, I like to get ice cream from the ice cream shop on Main Street.

At AK, the last 2 trips we've taken have been in cooler weather, so we've stopped by the tea stand in Asia (near Yak & Yeti) for some hot tea. They also sell a few muffins, fritters, etc. Yak & Yeti also has a CS location, though we've never tried it. We've only ever eaten at the TS location. But I know you can get their famous Yak Attack drink at the CS location -- does that count as a snack?

On a hot day, I'd opt for a Mickey Bar or the frozen fruit bar. Both are yummy (though one is decidedly more low cal than the other!). I just had my first Dole Whip on Sunday(!) It was good, but next time I'd like to try the float.
good to know about the caramel corn. i THINK that's my first choice, but how does one choose in a store full of caramel??? thinking about it now, i don't know why i made any ADRs--i could snack my way around the world!

also, i have never heard of this yak attack drink. will be looking it up...now! OH it is alcoholic! do you know me? have we met? that's PERFECT! i didn't even know they sold alcoholic beverages in AK. that is officially added to the TOP of the list. i'm so glad i posted this question on here....!!!
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The ice cream cookie sandwiches are a great option for a snack credit. My DH has gotten these several times. Main Street Bakery has them, but I think he also got one at POFQ food court.
I used several of my snack credits for a yogurt parfait at POFQ. It was $4.29, but they said I could use a snack credit for it.
I have also heard great things about the carrot cake cookies at Writers Stop in DHS. I have not tried one of these yet, but it is definitely on my list! They look awesome! Two yummy carrot cake cookies with cream cheese frosting in the center! What's not to like??
carrot cake cookies? with cream cheese frosting in the middle???!!!??? my wedding cake was carrot with cream cheese frosting. that is how much i love that. thank you!!!!
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ok...whew...i haven't had dinner yet, so i'm sure that's affecting my decision making here, but given the above suggestions, i've just added the following to my list of must-haves...

kaki gori
caramel corn
cupcakes from starring rolls
yak attack beverage
mickey bar
carrot cake cookies

dole whip, which i've never had, and school bread, which i love almost more than i love my husband, were already on the list, as was 'something else from the caramel shop'.

jeeze...good thing i'm going two times in the next four months. i don't think i could fit that all into one trip!

this may be the best question i've ever posed on here, with the very best (and most yummy) responses! thanks everyone!
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Not in the parks, but I think worth the trip...Zebra Domes @ AKL. Plus, the resort is beautiful and worth a look around.
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Me and the DH personally can not go a trip with out getting at least one soft pretzel each from Kringla in Norway. They have ones that have a chocolate drizzle and ones that are coated and I do mean coated in almonds. So good. We also love the fat free vanilla chocolate swirl ice cream cones from Plaza Ice Cream Parlor. Yummy. That has to be my top two. Another treat I enjoy is the mickey shaped rice Krispy treat on a stick
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Are there rides in WDW?

I thought just restaurants! I have the carrot cake cookie on my list to try this next trip. It sounds totally yummy!
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almond coated pretzel? it is officially added!

ditto on the 'rides?' question! ha! i guess i'll just snack while i stand in line? is that allowed???
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The cinnamon rolls at the main street bakery
the rocky road type popcorn at the candy shop on main street
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Oh my gosh there are so many but here are some...

MK-
1. cinnamon rolls & fresh baked chocolate chip cookie ice cream sandwiches at Main Street Bakery.
2. Funnel cake covered in strawberries and whip cream at the entrance to Liberty square from main hub.
3. Not just a dole whip...but a dole whip float!

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geesh so many but..

1. School bread in Norway- I dream of this stuff. Puffed bread piped with custard covered in glaze and coconut.

2. Jelly candies, ramune sodas in store in Japan.

3. Grand Marnier Slushie and napoleans in Frnace.

4. Fish and Chips in UK

5. Anything in the Werthers store lol- Germany!
5. Margaritas in Mexico

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1. Starring rolls is the place to check out. Brownies with white chocolate chips and cupckaes.
2. PB &J shake from prime time cafe

Contemporary resort- the cupcakes in the contempo cafe are delicious and always change!

Poly-
Hawaiian pizza!

AKL-
Zebra domes

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interesting cupcakes such as elephant and zebra cupcackes at kusafiri coffee shop. Good frozen drinks like frozen chai and smoothies at Andapur tea company.

GF @ Xmas time- gingerbread!

Boardwalk Bakery- yummy treats!
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it would also be nice to have someone say 'it is ok that you are obsessing over pictures of the caramel covered cupcakes'. i'm not usually someone who likes sweets, but i guess disney brings out the kid in me! by the last day there, i was having this for breakfast...




EDIT--i'm NOT on the DDP, so when i ask for snack recommendations, i mean 'things that are not meals that i can pay for'. i thought i typed that at some point, to avoid confusion, but clearly i backspaced it. not sure why. perhaps because i was busy fantasizing about cupcakes?
You're funny - and where can I find the cupcakes????
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