Ideas for breakfast in your room

Discussion in 'Disney World Tips' started by nicdanh, Jun 27, 2006.

  1. nicdanh

    nicdanh DIS Veteran

    Jan 10, 2004
    We are staying at the Dolphin in September and are planning on picking up some food at the grocery store prior to check in. We are hoping to eat most of our Breakfasts in the room to save money and time. I plan on picking up bagels, Oatmeal (use the coffee pot to heat water) and fruit bars. We are planing on also picking up a styrofoam cooler to keep water and juice cold. Just like to hear what your tips are on this.

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  3. GIOny

    GIOny DIS Veteran

    Feb 1, 2004
    I have never stayed at the Dolphin but I know in some of the other resorts they supply (or sometimes you can request) a refrigerator. Are there any fridges available at the Dolphin? We would always bring our own cereal in the mini boxes or the ones that have a bowl included with them, as seen here: If you are in a hurry one morning you could try the cereal bars, they come in just about every cereal brand. I always like fresh fruit at breakfast, you could pick up some fruit already cut up, just remember to bring or pick up some plastic utensils and small throw away bowls, if needed. :cutie:
  4. autumnsmommy

    autumnsmommy <font color=darkorchid>And I still eat raw cookie

    Mar 28, 2006
    I packed a bunch of green bananas in my carryon, ripened more as the week went on. We did ME, so no car. Granola bars are good for breakfast or park snacks.
  5. sistertrip

    sistertrip DIS Veteran

    Jun 25, 2003
    I love the little mini boxes of cereal. They're so easy, but I must have milk with cereal, so it would really only work with a fridge.
  6. aubriee

    aubriee <font color=brown><marquee>Chocolate always makes

    Dec 3, 2004
    The 'oatmeal to go' bars are pretty good and can be eaten on the way to the parks.
  7. ChrisLei

    ChrisLei Dreaming of the Disney Magic!

    Jul 2, 2005
    We went to Disney last November and we did he same thing. We took those mini cereal boxes, bagels, cereal bars, and muffins. Ate breakfast in the room 5 of the 6 days and it was perfect. Saves time and money.
  8. TruBlu

    TruBlu <font color=green>I was very excited to see how yu

    Mar 21, 2006
    We had Garden Grocer deliver cereal, milk, cookies, poptarts, bread, peanut butter, etc. Then just let the kids pick what they wanted. Normally they could never have a PB&J for breakfast, but when in Disney...

    I couldn't find bowls on the Garden Grocer website, so the boys had cereal in coffee cups. Next time we will pack bowls! Luckily we had remembered spoons, plates and napkins.
  9. missummer

    missummer Mouseketeer

    Jun 8, 2006
    We are staying at the Swan, and we just placed our order with Garden Grocer, too! We also called to see if the Swan could empty out the mini bar, and found out that they rent refrigerators for about $12. So, we went ahead with that! Saves time and money to eat in the room! :cool1:
  10. mommiepoppins

    mommiepoppins <font color=red>I miss sitting in a bucket

    Feb 18, 2006
    here is what I am packing pop tarts 5 different flavors and ceral bars. I have some go gorts and I also have 2 boxes of ceral. family of 7 :thumbsup2

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