Healthier Eating @ Disneyland?

Discussion in 'Disneyland (California)' started by princessKT, Jul 27, 2001.

  1. princessKT

    princessKT <font color=blue>I was proposed to at DISneyland (

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    I'm going in August and even though I have been there like three times a year since I was a small child, this is the first time I'm going while I'm watching my weight. Can anyone recommend a place that has good salads or something healthier? I've really never been one to notice anything but Churros ;)

    ((sorry if this has been posted recently, I really couldn't find a topic similar))
     
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  3. CBRDec00

    CBRDec00 Earning My Ears

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    Red Rocket's Pizza has some really good salads.
     
  4. BetsyAnn

    BetsyAnn Mouseketeer

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    Mouseplanet.com has menus listed for almost all the eating place at Disneyland.
    Hope that helps.
     
  5. princessKT

    princessKT <font color=blue>I was proposed to at DISneyland (

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    Oh yeah, I always forget about Red Rocket Pizza...and thanks for that link :)
     
  6. LuvTigger

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    I think most of the restaurants, including counter-service (i.e. "fast food") have little hearts or some kind of symbol to designate a healthy item. Also, I thought I read that some of them will serve fruit or carrot sticks in place of fries or chips?
     
  7. princessKT

    princessKT <font color=blue>I was proposed to at DISneyland (

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    Well yeah, that's the thing....every time I seem to go, I'll find a good place to eat and then the next time they've changed their menu a bit. I think Red Rocket stays pretty much the same though, so that would be a good choice for salad or pasta. :)
     
  8. WDW2002

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    What about meat-less alternatives?? I will be checking out mouseplanet.
     
  9. princessKT

    princessKT <font color=blue>I was proposed to at DISneyland (

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    thank you betsyann for sending that link, I learned a lot about the food there...i didn't notice anything about meatless alternatives BUT I know that CA is more of a healthy state, so I would assume they would.
     

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