CS subsitute for all those desserts?

Discussion in 'Disney Dining Plan' started by nevadadis, May 3, 2009.

  1. nevadadis

    nevadadis Earning My Ears

    Mar 23, 2009
    My son and I are doing the regular dining plan. This will allow us to do a lot of character meals which will be nice for him. My question is about the desserts with each cs at lunch. I never eat dessert at lunch and my little guy is a very small eater since he is also tube fed. Are there things you can ask for instead of the dessert? fruit or yogurt or even water? At a TS dinner can you ask to have the dessert boxed to go? Again I don't see us being able to eat the desserts most of the time. Obviously at the buffets this is not an issue but I am hoping we could get something else instead of all those desserts! Thanks.
  2. SherylWrites

    SherylWrites Mouseketeer

    Jan 3, 2008
    We were so full at our table service meals that we usually took dessert to go. As long as it doesn't have ice cream, they will pack it up for you, usually with a plastic fork and napkins too!
  3. catne

    catne DIS Veteran

    Mar 1, 2008
    it will depend...the standard is no substitutions, but people have reported that they have been able to get fruit instead of sweets for dessert at counter service places. Some of the counter service desserts are prepackaged and you can take them with you for a later snack
  4. bouldertcr

    bouldertcr Mouseketeer

    Oct 28, 2007
    I have read in previous DDP reports that people were able to get bottled water instead of the desserts for the CS meal. I am not a big dessert eater at lunch either so I was going to see if I could get a bottled water instead as others have reported doing so.
  5. tjmw2727

    tjmw2727 DIS Veteran

    Feb 21, 2001
    We did the QS plan a couple weeks ago and found the counter service restaurants very flexible with the dessert. Many times one of my dd's got the carrots & celery as a dessert, the other got a cookie and they split both. They were always allowed to have fruit as a dessert as well.


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