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Old 03-07-2014, 09:03 AM   #16
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My kind of snacking!
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Old 03-07-2014, 09:19 AM   #17
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While I love the suggestions above, I must say that two of my favorite snacks are purchased out in Downtown Disney. I take the Monorail over and first walk to the Jazz Kitchen Express to get my beignets. I have had the ones in NOS, but the ones here are just better in my opinion. Also, before getting back on the Monorail, I stop off and get a bag of Caramel flavored Kettle Corn.
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Old 03-07-2014, 09:29 AM   #18
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While I love the suggestions above, I must say that two of my favorite snacks are purchased out in Downtown Disney. I take the Monorail over and first walk to the Jazz Kitchen Express to get my beignets. I have had the ones in NOS, but the ones here are just better in my opinion. Also, before getting back on the Monorail, I stop off and get a bag of Caramel flavored Kettle Corn.
Where is the Carmel flavored Kettle Corn? That sounds amazing!!
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Old 03-07-2014, 09:43 AM   #19
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A Tigger..

..tail inPooh Corner, would love to have this with a big glass of cold milk !

A corn dog but as a meal not a snack.

Oh huh I cannot believe I almost forgot....a big loaf of sourdough from the Pacific Wharf; Mickey or Mater to rip up and share.

A dole whip in DL or an Orange Float at the Ice Cream place on the Boarwalk just past Ariel's before you walk down to Screamin'.

A Frozen Lemonade around the Rivers of America if it is super Hot outside. Had these in October 2012 when the temperatures were above 40 degrees Celsius ( 100 deg Farh.), we took a solid half hour and sat across from the exit to BTMRR in a nice shady spot and savoured the slow enjoyment of Frozen Lemonade

Honestly though too much snacking and I find we ware only hungry enough for lunch or supper not both.
I did want to get some cut mango with chili at the market stand outside of the Jungle Cruise...but alas we were not hungry when we walked by last time.
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Old 03-07-2014, 10:05 AM   #20
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Where is the Carmel flavored Kettle Corn? That sounds amazing!!
As you get off of the Monorail and exit the station, turn left and take the bridge towards the parks. There is a Kettle Corn cart on the bridge, (the last time I was there, it was on the right side of the bridge).

They also have a regular Kettle Corn cart outside of World of Disney.
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Old 03-07-2014, 10:07 AM   #21
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A Frozen Lemonade around the Rivers of America if it is super Hot outside. Had these in October 2012 when the temperatures were above 40 degrees Celsius ( 100 deg Farh.), we took a solid half hour and sat across from the exit to BTMRR in a nice shady spot and savoured the slow enjoyment of Frozen Lemonade
Not many know this, but at this location only, you can ask for a Vanilla Lemonade. It may not be to everyone's taste, but I like it.
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Old 03-07-2014, 10:14 AM   #22
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Not many know this, but at this location only, you can ask for a Vanilla Lemonade. It may not be to everyone's taste, but I like it.
You have me curious!
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Old 03-07-2014, 10:28 AM   #23
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No one has mentioned the cheese garlic bread stick thing (not at all sure of the real name) at Maurice's.......it was my favorite snack last trip.
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No one has mentioned the cheese garlic bread stick thing (not at all sure of the real name) at Maurice's.......it was my favorite snack last trip.
It's called the Cheddar Garlic Bagel Twist. They also have a Strawberry Twist and a Chocolate Twist at Maurice's Treats (Fantasy Faire). The Jolly Holiday Bakery has a Raspberry Almond Twist and a Cinnamon Twist, both of which are very similar to the sweet Twists at Maurice's.
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Old 03-07-2014, 11:09 AM   #25
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Hmmm, let's see:

Giant cinnamon roll and venti tea from starbucks!
corn dog for lunch
Gibson girl cookie sundae for dessert
Beignets from Jazz kitchen at some point

What I'd like to try but haven't yet:

Pretzel bites from Cozy Cones
Pomegranate cocktail at Cozy Cones
Pork shank (I'm assuming it's not boneless??)
Funnel cake at Stage door cafe/Golden horseshoe
Cheese muffins at Carthay (I know, you would have to sit for these)
Chocolate covered pineapple spear
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Old 03-07-2014, 11:40 AM   #26
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Pork shank (I'm assuming it's not boneless??)
There is one big bone! No small tendons like the turkey leg, so all in all, it's much easier to eat.
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Old 03-07-2014, 11:47 AM   #27
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There is one big bone! No small tendons like the turkey leg, so all in all, it's much easier to eat.
That's a nice looking piece of meat. It would make a Viking happy. I think as a snack anyway.






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There is one big bone! No small tendons like the turkey leg, so all in all, it's much easier to eat.
Thanks Figment! The turkey leg kinda grosses me out. This looks much better!
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As you get off of the Monorail and exit the station, turn left and take the bridge towards the parks. There is a Kettle Corn cart on the bridge, (the last time I was there, it was on the right side of the bridge). They also have a regular Kettle Corn cart outside of World of Disney.
Thank you! Our first trip is in May, I'm making a note to track down this kettle corn!
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Old 03-08-2014, 09:37 AM   #30
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My son would drag us to the turkey legs.

My daughter would drag us to the dole whips.

I would drag everyine over to the cozy cones for mini Churros with chocolate cinnamon dipping sauce.

My husband simply enjoys them all!
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