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  • On Nov 20, 2018
    Catherine from CO Asked

    What foods are considered snacks on the dining plan?

    Hi Catherine,

    Thanks for visiting Disney Parks Moms Panel with your question.

    I hope your Walt Disney World vacation planning is going great so far! Your vacation will be here in no time, I'm sure, and there's lots of magic awaiting you.

    Adding a Disney Dining Plan to your Walt Disney World vacation package is a great way to enjoy delicious eats all around Walt Disney World with the added convenience of pre-paid meals peace of mind. On a recent trip, we added the Plus Dining Plan that included 1 Quick-Service Meal, 1 Table-Service Meal, and 2 Snacks for my wife and myself for each night of our stay, and we found it to be just the right dining option for us.

    The food items that are considered Dining Plan snacks will vary among food service locations. In general, think of a snack as a single serving food item such as novelty ice cream treats, sweet treat baked goods like cupcakes and brownies and cake pops, a bag of chips or soft pretzel, whole fruit., or a scoop of popcorn. Snacks can also be beverages like a bottle of Coca-Cola or bottle of water. You can spot snack items on a menu by looking for the purple and white Disney Dining Plan logo. On our trip, we often used our snack credits at Main Street Bakery to pick up our favorite Starbucks beverages, which we could order in any size.

    There are so many yummy snack options all around Walt Disney World that you can enjoy lots of sweet and savory satisfaction.

    Catherine, here's wishing you a magical stay.

    Enjoy your Disney!

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