Walt Disney World snacks are the topic of the day. Jen Pease joins me to countdown our top 5 snacks, include some over-hyped snacks and ones we want to try. Jen also has a book that came out earlier this year and she shares some of her trip planning tips from the book.
You can find more information about Jen at:
Book My love of Disney: A personal account of how one Disney lover caught the Disney fever and how she became a Disney lifer
Pinterest Board with pictures from her vacations.
On this episode, you can hear Jen and I rank our favorite snacks.
5 – Caramel Pecan Bar at Germany pavilion in Epcot.
4 – Raspberry Macaroon at Epcot France pavilion.
3 – LeFous’ Brew at Gaston’s Tavern in the Magic Kingdom.
2 – Ohana’s bread pudding at the Polynesian Resort.
1 – Zebra Domes at the Animal Kingdom Lodge. You can find them at either Boma and at the quick service, The Mara.
Over-hyped – The turkey leg.
Want to try – Boardwalk Bakery has a Peanut Butter, Banana, and Candied Bacon Pie.
5 – Marshmallow’s at the campfires on Disney resorts
4 – Candy Apples found around the property. Don’t forget to ask for them to be cut up for ease of eating.
3 – Chocolate covered frozen bananas – found everywhere but I usually eat them at Animal Kingdom theme parks.
2 – Ryan (Kim’s husband) added beer and pretzels from the Germany pavilion of Epcot.
1 – Dole Whip
Over-hyped – Zebra Domes from the Animal Kingdom Lodge and Carrot Cake Cookies
Want to try – Cheese soup from the Canadian pavilion offered during Food and Wine Festival.
Purple Magic Bands are here.
Premium Parking spots at Walt Disney World – Pay a whopping $35 to get premium parking spaces at the parks. The charge is a $15 premium on top of the base parking rate of $20. I will put this as a rumor for now since WDW Magic is the only site I see talking about this.
Walt Disney World Dining Plan increases – 3% increase with no changes in what’s included.
Resort Fees Coming – Guest surveys have been asking the question about the addition of a $15 resort fee. This after the recent price increases makes it feel like Disney is grabbing at our pocketbooks at an alarming rate.