snacks, etc for Disney

Posted on: Sun, 03/04/2007 - 12:38am
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We are going to disney world this month with my peanut/TN allergic child.

I am looking for some good snacks to bring to disney world to tide the kids over until the next meal. IDEAS?

Also, we plan to bring some breakfast foods to save money in the morning. IDEAS?

I would appreciate any/all snack and breakfast ideas or any disney world tips as it has been some time for our family and it was before the PA child. Last time we brought peanut butter crackers which makes me cringe now b/c others might do the same. (it is hard coming up with a non-perishable protein food)

I have seen the recent Disney post from 2/07.

(I posted this in the wrong place yesterday.)
Thank you in advance.

Posted on: Sun, 03/04/2007 - 1:25am
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Pre-washed fruit is sold at Disney. The last time I was there (5 years ago), it was sold in the Toontown area and near the stockades (is that FrontierLand?).
From what others have posted, it looks like Divvies brownies are sold at the Main Street Bakery.
For snacks to pack rather than purchase...maybe apples, easy-to-peel oranges, or grapes? Crackers? I believe safe popsicles are available in the parks. (Itzakadoozies were safe when I was last there, but please do recheck.)
Have a great trip! Let us know how it goes -- we're planning a trip to Disney next month, so I'm eager to hear about your experiences.
--Debbie

Posted on: Mon, 03/05/2007 - 9:50am
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We travel with containers of safe dry cereal - things like Mini Wheats, Kix, whatever we have on hand, or buy on the way. Sometimes the kids snag the little boxes from the breakfast buffet on our way out of the hotel.
Cereal bars, too, the Canadian Quaker ones, Special K, Nonuttin.

Posted on: Thu, 03/08/2007 - 3:27am
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We just got back from Disney with our PA Child...and I was very nervous about the trip...But it worked out well....Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom had McDonalds food....and i took snacks into the parks ...we found fruit and pop-tarts inside the park...i stayed away from baked goods and ice cream ...and i always asked the chef...

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