DDP snacks as meals

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  1. disneyworldaddict

    disneyworldaddict Mouseketeer

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    I was hoping to start a list of snack options that could double as small meals. Anyone with suggestions should list the snack that is currently on the Dining plan as a snack option, along with the places it can be purhased. Some examples would be a single serving disposable bowl of cereal or yogurt sold at most resorts food courts. Or an egg roll served in China. Also, maybe post the time frame you had it, in case it is no longer an option. The egg roll was from August 2010, not sure if its still a snack option. Thanks!
     
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  3. PictureJumpr

    PictureJumpr At Least 'til it Rains

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    Egg rolls are still an option at the MK in Adventureland, at the Tea Stand in China at Epcot, and at AK in Asia at the Local Foods Cafe or whatever it is they call the Yak and Yeti QS.

    The Yak and Yeti QS also has fried rice for a snack credit.

    Boulangerie Patisserie in France at Epcot has soup and also ham-and-cheese croissants.
     
  4. roannamb

    roannamb Mouseketeer

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    I have a whole list of this! Unfortunately, it's on my work computer and I'm on vacation...


    Here are some if the things I remember. I will try to include where to get them, but I can't be totally sure without my master list.

    - Miso soup from Japan
    - Edamame from Japan
    - Baked potato (lots of places)
    - Chili (from Pecos Bills in MK???)
    - Egg rolls

    Once I get back to my master list, I'll add any that are still missing from everyone else's comments.
     
  5. angierae

    angierae DIS Veteran

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    The fried rice at the Yak and Yeti QS was a fairly big portion. I wouldn't say it doubled as a meal, but it certainly kept me full for a while.
     
  6. figment_jii

    figment_jii DIS Veteran

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    There is a thread with a list of the items that qualify as a snack:
    http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=3039087

    There aren't a lot of really big snack credit items, but if you combine more than one you might make a meal.
    -Anything at the F&W Festival (if you're going when it's happening)
    -Croissant or one of the larger pastries at Les Halles
    -Potato Leek soup (lunch) at BOG
    -Pretzel (Germany, Fife & Drum)
     

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