***NEW 2013 Confirmed Snacks PHOTO Thread *** Please submit photos!

Discussion in 'Disney Dining Plan' started by Dizneydaz, Apr 21, 2013.

  1. lfortin16

    lfortin16 Mouseketeer

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    Last time we visited, we had a bunch of snack credits left.:confused3
    After seeing all these snacks- I think we're going to run out!!
    LOL:lmao:
     
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  3. Dizneydaz

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    First time we use DDP we left with unused snacks credits-gasp! We even treated a dad and son to an ice cream before we left. We didn't think to bring snacks home and there weren't that many choices. This was in January 2005 shortly after DDP started. Now I know so much better. That's one of the reasons I maintain this thread-the more you know the more you save...

    Have fun! I love the AKL!:goodvibes
     
  4. Dizneydaz

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    Les Halles Boulangerie & P√Ętisserie


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    Chocolate Croissant

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  5. brunelldara

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    Does anyone know how much the Karamel popcorn is in Epcot and if it is covered by the dining plans under snacks?
     
  6. Hooves

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    If you mean the caramel popcorn from Karamel Kuche in the Germany Pavillion of World Showcase then when we went in August 2012 we were able to have it as a snack credit :) Hoping that hasn't changed :)
    I don't know how much it would cost to pay for though.
     
  7. brunelldara

    brunelldara Trip Coordinator

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    Thank you! That is what I was wondering. We have some picky eaters in my family but the picture in this feed of it looked really good.
     
  8. Dizneydaz

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    As PP has said, it is a SC. The small one $3.99. The large one, $5.99 is not.
     
  9. ChrisNY2

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    I bring some home every trip! 2 smalls if I'm using snack credits or a large if I'm paying :)
     
  10. lfortin16

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    Thanks!! I appreciate it!!:thumbsup2

    I'm definitely going to get the caramel corn in Germany-Epcot. I've never been to this fabulous food find!!:banana:
     
  11. Dizneydaz

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    BRADLEY FALLS-AK
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  12. Dizneydaz

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    AUNTIE GRAVITY'S-MK
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    FRUIT SMOOTHIES-made with non-fat yogurt
     
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    GRITS-Many resorts

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    COOKES OF DUBLIN

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  15. cheerful chickadee

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    I have what might be a stupid question...we're DDP newbies.

    We always put a credit card on our KTTW card for charging purposes. If we go to a QS or a kisok for a snack but don't want to use a dining credit, can we just tell the CM that we want to charge it to the room instead of using a credit? Do they automatically just use a snack credit?

    I don't want to waste snack credits on bottles of water, I'd rather just charge those to our room.
     
  16. Dizneydaz

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    Yes, just tell them you want to charge it and not use a SC. Then check the receipt after to make sure they didn't deduct a credit. Every time you use a DDP credit there will be a recap at the bottom of your receipt telling you how many credits you just used and how many of that credit you have left. If you are using a credit and paying OOP at the same time you will get separate receipts so there's no confusion.

    I agree, we don't use SC for bottles of water (in fact we usually get the free cups of ice water). Save those SC for the more expensive items. :goodvibes
     
  17. cheerful chickadee

    cheerful chickadee I heart Disney World

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    thanks a bunch! I have a whole list of yummy things I want to try as snacks and water is not one of them! :laughing:
     
  18. Dizneydaz

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    New BOARDWALK BAKERY

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  19. sharonabe

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    WHY do you have what looks like honey on your grits??? They are not a sweet treat for breakfast. As a southerner, pleae let me educate you....you put butter or ham gravy on grits, NOT sugary stuff. :thumbsup2
     
  20. ugadog99

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    I was wondering the same thing. Although I must say when I was very, very young my mother did put some sugar on mine. Well...until granddaddy saw it!
     
  21. Fivemuggles

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    Haha! I grew up in Missouri, but live in New Orleans now- the first time my friends down here saw me put milk and sugar in my grits they though I was crazy!
     

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