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Old 07-05-2008, 12:29 PM   #16
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Main Street Bakery (we paid cash, but you could use a SC):



Main Street Bakery - frozen latte:



Main Street Bakery - ice cream cookie sandwich:



Flame Tree BBQ - Animal Kingdom

Key lime pie - we got these as CS desserts, but they count as snacks too



Frozen lemonade:



Onion rings (chocolate milk could be snack too):



Germany - Sommerfest: pretzel was dessert part of CS meal, but can be a snack.



Boardwalk Bakery:

banana split cake:



Chocolate pretzel:



Mickey cake:

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Old 07-05-2008, 12:32 PM   #17
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Boulangerie Patisserie:

Frozen latte (ick)



chocolate mousse:



Assorted drinks:



Artist Palette SSR - yogurt parfait:

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Old 07-05-2008, 12:34 PM   #18
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using up the snack credits a Goofy's Candy Co to take home. I am pretty sure the family sized items don't count anymore:

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Mickey Cake from the Boardwalk Bakery.

This was a white cake with sprinkles coated in chocolate frosting. The face is chocolate. This can easily be shared.
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Here's another view of the snacks from Goofy's Candy Company. We ate on these things for days. We had one of the gingerbread Mickey's, one rice crispy Mickey and two sets of pretzels. The only thing I didn't care for was the gingerbread-just seemed kind of weird with chocolate . DS sure ate it up though. Next trip I want to try the marshmallow on the straw.

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Our favorites of the trip (both from Goofy's Candy Company at Downtown Disney):

My choice - Mickey's rice krispy treat dipped in dark chocolate with dark chocolate chips on back, pecans on front and drizzled with white chocolate



DD's choice - Mickey's rice krispy treat dipped in milk chocolate with the bottom half in M&M's and the ears in rainbow sprinkles, then drizzled with white chocolate and caramel




Trust me - Willy Wonka's got nothing when compared to Goofy!!
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We just got back from 18 days of Free Disney Dining and had LOTS of snacks. I am trying to upload and post them, but it might take me a while. So here is a start to our snack "feast".



We spent out first snack credit on this "make your own" marshmellow treat. Dipped into dark chocolate and then dipped into chopped pecans and oreo crumbs, drizzled with white chocolate





This is a giant fudge cookie dipped into dark chocolate, then dipped into crushed M&Ms and peanuts, drizzled with caramel. Unfortunately some of the caramel got stuck on the box.



And here's a photo of the CM making it - both were very yummy!
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Snacks, snacks, & more snacks!

Okay...as promised I took a few pictures for everyone. We were on the deluxe plan which equaled 8 snacks per day for us. I've only been through one card so far so more will be coming. For now I have these to share.

Frozen Lemonade from DHS (Sooooooooo yummy!)


A corn dog from the Magic Kingdom (not too shabby)


The Cappucino float! OMG! This thing is so good! We had a few of these during our stay!


Here is the window full of snacks at Norway. We only tried the Cappucino Cheesecake (which was also delicious I might add). She told me everything pictured here is considered a snack on the DDP.

More stuff in Norway...




And this is the yummy cheescake we tried!





At Goofy's candy store in DTD we tried the Pretzel rods (you get three for one snack credit)


You can also get the caramel apple w/ or w/o nuts


And of course the rice krispie treats...


They also had a make your own cookie thing too as a previous poster showed ya. It looked very good too!

This is the Funnel cake from the MK


The Minnie Strawberry bar....these were really good too!!!


The Mickey Ice Cream bar


And again


The itzakadookie?


The Ice Cream cookie sandwich from the MK


Popcorn




The spicy cheese filled pretzel from DHS (YUM)


The plain salted pretzel from DHS (they also offer an apple stuffed pretzel as well)


Tinkerbell sour frozen drink from the MK...one of my faves!


They've taken away most of the resort snacks. You used to be able to get a box of donuts, big bags of pretzels, chips, cookies, etc. Not anymore. The crackers and cookies you can get are in small boxes. The candy is limited in the resorts as well. You used to be able to get almost anything under $4. Not now. Your best bet is using the snacks in the parks or at DTD. You get more for your money there. I'll add the others as soon as I go through my other media card. For now this is enough to keep ya busy for a while.

If you want to see more Disney food check out my Trip Report. I'll be listing all of the places we experienced this time...it may take me a few days but I promise it'll be a good read!
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Old 09-12-2008, 10:01 AM   #24
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My DD and I shared a very good strawberry crepe for a snack credit. We purchased it at EPCOT from a crepe stand in France.
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Just got back last night. Here's a few of our snacks

Blizzard Beach (yes you can use your DDP there-several locations)


From Artic Expeditions-Snowball

here's the menu as well



Rootbeer Float from Dino Bites at AK--------------------------------------------- Menu too


Pretzel and Frozen Lemonade (Slushie) from Asia Slush Cart at AK, near Kali River Rapids


Breadsticks and Marinara Sauce at Pizzafari (you get four sticks for one Snack credit)

more to follow....
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Here we've got desserts from Boulangerie Patisserie from France at the WS. Each one of these was just one snack credit!
Top left is the chocolate cake, to the right is the chocolate mousse (amazing!), bottom left is the cheesecake and
right is the chocolate croissant which made a great breakfast.
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Snacks

I posted some a while back so if there's a repeat I apologize. I finally got all of the pictures uploaded so here are some more snack credit options.

Corn Dog from the MK's cart. These are sold in Adventureland and Frontierland. Not sure where else.


This is the Cappucino Float from Adventureland's Sunshine Tree Terrace

This was very good! Especially the bottom of it!

We bought these from a cart near Japan in World Showcase. Very good on a hot day!





These items came from France. I think she said everything was included. I'm not sure but there is a huge selection here. The place is called Boulangerie Patisserie.









Here are some of the items you can get in Morocco. It's located inside the Tangierine Cafe.







Some snacks we picked up at the resort...



















I know everything else was definitely in the previous post. I can't wait to see all the goodies offered at the Food and Wine Festival.
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Old 10-01-2008, 07:02 PM   #29
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Here are a couple to hold you over...

NOTE: Both of these are 2 snacks combined on one plate so DH could carry them.

The lobster rolls were my favorite!


Crab cakes


Both were from the Hops & Barley Market to the right of the American Adventure. The line was really long everytime we walked by and in the hot hot sun.
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I just have to share this one. During a trip in '06, my oldest had an ice cream sandwich and couldn't wait to get one again when we were there over Spring Break. I read somewhere about a place outside the dinosour ride that had ice cream sandwiches and HOLY COW...it was as big as her head.

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