Snack Credits - Best Bang for your buck?

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  1. Loopner

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    I remember seeing either a blog entry or a thread here on the DisBoards about which snacks get you the most bang for your buck.

    We're doing the DDP for the first time on our next trip so I wanted to educate myself more on which snacks (besides the basic stuff) count for a snack credit and where would we find the best bang for our buck?

    That said, I know my kids will probably use their credits for pretzels or ice cream, but DH and I might want to venture out a little bit this time and try a few new things!

    TIA!

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  3. aidansmom

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    Les Halles has some amazing choices (we loved the bacon cheese bread), ice cream sundaes at the Plaza, carrot cake cookie at The Writer's Stop.
     
  4. spodie

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    The ice cream cookie sandwich at Sleepy Hollow Refreshments at MK or at Hollywood Scoops at HS. This thing is HUGE! I didn't believe everyone when they said it was massive until I got one myself! Wow - don't know how one person could finish this!
     
  5. tink97

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    I would say Kaki Gori (sp?) definitely... We split it into two cups when we got it and it was more than enough for all 4 members of my family. Everything at Karamel Kuche (sp?) is delicious also especially the dark chocolate with caramel topped with sea salt and the caramel popcorn. I hope this helps! Have fun!

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  6. Loopner

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    Ooooh fun! I'm going to suggest this to my boys and maybe get them to also try something new! :)


     
  7. Loopner

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    Thank you both for your responses! I love hearing stuff like this.... keep 'em coming! :cool1:

     
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    Create Your own Rice Krispies Treat at Goofy's Candy Company in Downtown Disney
     
  9. JHS2

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    Dizneydaz has posted a great resource for confirmed snacks that can be used on the DDP. I would link you to the post but I do not know how.
    I know you can look up post started by Dizneydaz and find it from there.
    It is a very extensive list for each park location.
     
  10. Mousemommy1

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    A box of chicken fried rice at the Yak and Yeti takeout window. It's huge, delicious and counts as a snack! :goodvibes
     
  11. Loopner

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    Ooooh that's awesome! Thanks for sharing. LOL!!!

    :banana:


     
  12. Dizneydaz

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    The link is in my siggy below. Thanks for the plug!

    BTW, I am heading for WDW in just 4 days and I will be updating the list, even though for the first time in 8 years we will NOT be using a DDP. :scared: so no free meals for us!
     
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    Great thread!
     
  14. WendyLou

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    Love this thread!
     
  15. summermac

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    Just be careful to not "save" your snack credits for bigger & better and then end up not using them. Not that I speak from experience or anything...
     
  16. Loopner

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    Awesome!

    I hope you have a great trip. pixiedust:

    I hope more people add their thoughts or ideas to this thread, too! I'm really excited about having snack credits now. LOL



     
  17. Loopner

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    Bump!

    Hoping for some more ideas!

    Thanks!

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  18. sifko36

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    I always make sure to get chocolate covered strawberries from the Main Street Confectionary :thumbsup2
     
  19. Loopner

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    Yum! That sounds like a great snack! :wave2:

     
  20. PinkLemonade7503

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    School bread from Norway is amazing, but it is cheap, so we usually pay for it.
     
  21. MinnieLovesMickey12

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    You can get a Ham and Cheese Croissant sandwich at the bakery in France (Epcot) for a snack credit.
     

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