1. disneyamy4

    disneyamy4 Mouseketeer

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    We all know the wonderful range of snacks that walt disney world has on offer, cinnamon rolls, dole whips, cookie ice cream sandwiches, etc.

    We are heading to Disneyland Paris in december and i would love to know all of your favourite eats!

    I know about the scrummy hot chocolate and the yummy mickey brioche.

    Anything else?
     
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  3. Gwendolen

    Gwendolen Mouseketeer

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    In the village they were roasting chestnuts! Really Christmassy !
     
  4. tinks_1989

    tinks_1989 <font color=teal>need a <b>like</b> button<br><fon

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    Oh this sounds good :p
     
  5. Happy Tappy

    Happy Tappy Yo Ho! Yo Ho! A pirates life for me!

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    My favourites:

    Crepes - in Fantasyland between Dumbo and Teacups
    Honeycomb popcorn - after fort in Frontierland
    Churros - Fuente Del Oro
    Pretzels - outside Pinocchio
    Candy Floss - back of the castle
    Mickey Brioche - Cable car bake shop
     
  6. megarasweet

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    Nothing beats the brioche for me, however last year I had some amazing chocolate dipped strawberries in Disney Village. The chocolate was still soft and warm :lovestruc
     
  7. jillrobinson

    jillrobinson DIS Veteran

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    Definately the churros I'm also very fond of the Croque Monsiour, nicest one I've had in the Parks was at Blockbuster Cafe.
     
  8. MrsSDW

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    Definitely the churros from the wee kiosk near Fuente Del Oro. I have never seen a snack disappear down into my DD's tummy so quickly! :rotfl:
     
  9. kizzabel

    kizzabel Eating poisonous apples since '86

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    Im going to buck the trend and say I just dont "get" the churros. I thought they were greasy and dipping them in hot coco only barely improved it but I must agree with the croques and Jill I agree blockbuster cafe do the nicest ones. I would love one right now!
     
  10. Linda67

    Linda67 Has a Masters in Margaritas

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    Can you believe I have never tried a churro!

    I had a lemon and sugar crepe in Fantasyland last year and it was awful :(

    Are the Mickey Brioche still Mickey shaped?
     
  11. daiseyirl

    daiseyirl DIS Veteran

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    I dont even know what a churro is:confused3 i might have had one un know to myself, i usually just point at what looks nice:rotfl:

    is a mickey broiche a doughnut type thing???
     
  12. Happy Tappy

    Happy Tappy Yo Ho! Yo Ho! A pirates life for me!

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    Churros:

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    They're a bit like sugar dougnut sticks with a dipping sauce.

    Mickey Brioche:

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    It's sweet bread with chocolate/Nutella inside.
     
  13. tinks_1989

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    I wish they were still mickey shaped
     
  14. daiseyirl

    daiseyirl DIS Veteran

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    aw thanks happy tappy ive had the mickey broiche and yes they are yum:) must try the churros in march as they sound yummy too.
     
  15. Hannikins

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    Apart from the brioche I would really struggle to recommend another snack, it's just not geared around food like florida, which is a shame :confused3
     
  16. Tink'sMum

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    The brownie in the Sportsbar was really good...
     
  17. JintyB

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    The new flavour popcorn is grim :(

    Best snack I had last w/e were the peanuts served with a cocktail on the side at DLH...or it might have been the other way around...:lmao:
     
  18. megarasweet

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    I just thought I'd mention our not-so-wonderful experience with the waffle cart in Fantasyland as a word of warning! It was a cold evening so the promise of a some hot waffles was very tempting, however both that we bought were heated on the outside but frozen in the middle! Not ideal.

    On a more positive note, I love getting candyfloss from the sweet shop behind the castle. Very generous portions! :cloud9:
     
  19. threegoodfairies

    threegoodfairies Earning My Ears

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    This time I rather liked the chestnuts from the village. Although I did break a tooth :( But still had a great time :)
     
  20. IsobelJackmummy

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    I love the candy floss, not tried the churros so must add that to the list for next time
     
  21. DLPDreams

    DLPDreams I am like a child in a sweet shop, hyper on sugar!

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    Churros for me too - love them! Hope we can get some later this week :cool1:.

    Also if you are a shareholder, they do the most amazing choco nut pastry things in Salon Mickey. I don't think we saw them anywhere else in the park, but truly they are amazing - like an almond sort of pain au chocolate :goodvibes.

    My DD1 had her first ever taste of candyfloss at DLRP (from behind the castle as Megara says) - she was 3.5 years old and I will never forget her face - it was like she was on cloud 9! It was as big as her I'm sure - had to help her eat it ;). Ah, the memories :flower3:.
     

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