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Old 10-31-2013, 02:37 PM   #1
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Kids dessert question

Is there a way to get my daughter a dessert other than a chocolate chip cookie with her cs credit?
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Old 10-31-2013, 02:43 PM   #2
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Not sure if you can use dinning credits, but someone posted pictures of cute Mickey Mouse red velvet cupcakes! Or, how about an ice cream sandwich?
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Old 10-31-2013, 03:25 PM   #3
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This thread might be helpful:
http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=2479727

It looks like there is usually an option of grapes (or some type of fruit), carrot sticks, applesauce, or gelatin. I think the only way to get a non-standard dessert using a child's credit is when you eat a venue that does not have a children's menu.
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At most restaurants, you have to take what is on the kids' menu.

I think there are a few restaurants where you can choose from a bakery whether you are using children's or adult's credits: Starring Rolls, Sunshine Seasons, the patisserie in France, Starbuck's.
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Unless you have more under 10 year old kids than adults, it is often just easiest to either split your dessert or to let them have it some of the meals. It worked really well for DD and I and interestingly, after a few standard CS fare chocolate/carrot cakes, she got bored with the adult dessert at every meal and suddenly the cookie didn't look so bad
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Old 11-03-2013, 01:44 PM   #6
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Would I be correct in thinking that if my child didn't like the dessert option on the kids menu that we could just order her an adults dessert and pay $$ to cover it on the bill?
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Would I be correct in thinking that if my child didn't like the dessert option on the kids menu that we could just order her an adults dessert and pay $$ to cover it on the bill?
Yes, you can order whatever you want and pay OOP for it.
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At most restaurants, you have to take what is on the kids' menu.

I think there are a few restaurants where you can choose from a bakery whether you are using children's or adult's credits: Starring Rolls, Sunshine Seasons, the patisserie in France, Starbuck's.
Last time we used a CS for lunch at Sunshine Seasons it was a choice of the standard sides for kids which meant I lost most of the strawberries off my strawberry shortcake
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