kid's desserts at cs?

Discussion in 'Disney Dining Plan' started by tessieg, Aug 29, 2007.

  1. tessieg

    tessieg Mouseketeer

    Aug 13, 2005
    The last two years we vacationed using free ddp. The kid's could choose a kid's meal and then a dessert off the menu. Is this still the case? I see some kid's menus list cookies or jello as available substitutions. I'm just unsure about kid's desserts now; I'd appreciate anyone who's been recently with kids under 9 who could clarify!

  2. Samandmom

    Samandmom <font color=purple>Curvy WISHer<br><font color=tea

    Mar 27, 2003
    We were on the Dinning Plan last week. For the kids counter service they don't get a dessert like last year. They get to choose two sides with the main entree. (some the sides are carrots, grapes, cookie, jello, pudding, applesauce,
  3. skater

    skater <font color=blue>Change sometimes stinks.. doesn't

    Jul 11, 2005
    This isn't CS, but my "favorite" was when my DS couldn't get ice cream at Teppanyaki - it wasn't a big deal because I was too full to eat mine anyway, but I thought it was a little sad that a kid at the happiest place on earth couldn't order ice cream as part of the DDP :rotfl: .
  4. Tam1067

    Tam1067 LOVES LOVES LOVES the Poly

    Mar 29, 2006
    We were there in July and found differences in CS places.

    Most had kids' dessert options, generally a pre-wrapped chocolate chip cookie, chocolate pudding, or jello. Sides were carrots, applesauce, or grapes.

    At some CS places, the kids got a total of two choices, which could in theory be two desserts, two sides, or one dessert and one side. At some CS places, kids got two sides PLUS a dessert. In July, we found no consistent pattern.

    My advice--when you order, tell the cashier you're on the DDP and then ask what you get with the kids meals. If you get the 'bonus' dessert, look at it as a treat. If you only get two items, then look at that as the meal you're entitled to.

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