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  • On Oct 23, 2011
    Jennifer Asked

    We have ADR for breakfast and dinners, mainly character and signature dining. Hence left snacks credits for lunch, what are the "must have" snacks in the 4 major theme parks will you recommend?

    Hi, Jennifer:

    You had me at "snacks". I'll break down my personal favorites from each of the Parks, starting with the Magic Kingdom:

    1 - Choose from the famous Dole Whip in Adventureland - a freezy, creamy concoction of pineapple (or orange) and vanilla ice cream, or perhaps the wildly yummy chocolate chip ice cream sandwich from the Main Street Bakery. If you are in the mood for crunchy and warm, go for the funnel cake at Sleepy Hollow Refreshments in Liberty Square.

    2 - At Epcot, please indulge in some School Bread from the Kringla Bakeri og Cafe (Norway Pavilion). Creamy and coconutty, this cake is rich enough to satisfy, but not dense enough to slow you down. Or wander over to France and sample something from the beautifully authentic patisserie.

    3 - Animal Kingdom Lodge is the home of Zebra Domes in the Mara food court. These little treats feature liqueur, ganache, and heavy cram. How can you go wrong? The Harambe Fruit Market in Animal Kingdom proper is home to delicious fresh fruit, including crazy-juicy pineapple and sweet bananas.

    4 - My absolutely favorite treat is available for purchase at the Writer's Spot, a tucked-away cafe in Disney's Hollywood Studios. The decadent Carrot Cake Cookie never fails to delight: two moist rounds of carrot cake bookend the richest cream cheese frosting you'll find around. For that park, there is not alternative!

    These snacks will allow you to try some of the freshest, tastiest and most popular offerings at the Parks, rather than grabbing the standard bag of pretzels or chips. Enjoy the sampling!

    See you later,celebrator!
    -Deborah B.
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Meet the Panelist: Deborah, Florida

As a Florida native, my life has always included Walt Disney World. Now I share that magic with my husband and my sons, ages seven and eight. In between trips to the World, I teach for the Department of English at the University of South Florida. Learn More About Deborah

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