Grand Launch! The DFB Mini-Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks e-Book, 2013 Edition

We’re thrilled to announce that 2013 Edition of The DFB Mini-Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks e-Book is now available!

And in honor of our grand launch, you can get the new mini-guide for $2 off the regular purchase price for a limited time — just use code MAGIC13 at the check-out!

The Disney Food Blog Mini-Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks e-Book

The DFB Mini-Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks e-Book is one of six fantastic Disney Dining e-Books offered by Disney Food Blog!

We received hundreds of emails asking for more details about snacks, so we figured this would be the perfect place to begin! Now we’ve updated our best-selling DFB Mini-Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks e-Book with even more great information, photos, and…yep!…snacks!

DFB Mini Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks 2013 Citrus Swirl Sample Page

And there’s no waiting to satisfy your snack cravings! We’ve made this mini-guide instantly downloadable. It’s a PDF guide with 114 pages of information and advice on well over 100 delicious snacks (over 30 more than in our previous edition!) that you can savor in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom.

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The DFB Mini-Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks e-Book includes: [Read more…]

Snack Series: German Chocolate Caramel

We’re headed back to Epcot’s Karamell-Küche this afternoon for another bite of yummy, chocolate-y caramel goodness. This time, I find it imperative that I introduce you to the German Chocolate Caramel.

Karamell-Küche German Chocolate Caramel

This awesome snack consists of chewy Werther’s caramel infused with toasted coconut and covered in [Read more…]

Snack Series: Tomato Basil Soup at Pinocchio Village Haus

I’m a soup-lover from way back, and one of my favorites has always been tomato basil. So when I was on a recent research trip at the Magic Kingdom, I was very excited to find tomato basil soup listed on the menu at Pinocchio Village Haus!

Soup is a great snack — cheap, filling, and usually carrying fewer calories and fat than other snacks at the Kingdom.

But, at the time, I thought to myself — how good could it be? I’ve had exceptional tomato basil soup, but I’ve also had plenty of versions that don’t come close to making the cut.

Pinocchio Village Haus menu

Without too many expectations, I found a seat upstairs at the Village Haus and dug in — and it was amazing! I’m not kidding you. I don’t recommend something to you if I don’t love it, and I’m telling you this soup is gorgeous. Savory, buttery, creamy, and very flavorful. Usually when I’m researching, my companions and I split it and I only take a few bites, but I’m pretty sure I commandeered this cup of soup and just about ate the whole thing!

Tomato Basil Soup at Pinocchio Village Haus

So, just a quick post to let you know, if you like soup as much [Read more…]

Snack Series: Fried Corn on the Cob

Sometimes you come across a new snack item in Disney World and you’re really really really excited and you can’t wait to try it…

…and then you finally have time to get back over to Liberty Square Market to indulge in what you know is going to be an amazing new savory snack…

Fried Corn on the Cob Wrapped in Foil

…and it’s vegetarian and that’s exciting so you can’t wait to try it and what if it’s too HOT since it’s been FRIED in OIL and that’s going to taste AWESOME…

Fried Corn on the Cob

…and it even LOOKS delicious, all bright yellow and yummy, and it’s [Read more…]

Snack Series: Boardwalk Bakery’s Cheesecake Brownie

On the same trip to Disney World’s Boardwalk Bakery where I found the (life-altering) peanut butter cupcake, I tried one of the bakery’s famous Cheesecake Brownies for the very first time!!

Boardwalk Bakery Cheesecake Brownie

This brownie has been around for quite a while — its recipe is even highlighted in Disney’s Delicious Disney Desserts cookbook — and there’s a reason why this snack/dessert has stood the test of time.

The rich, tangy cheesecake taste coupled with that strong, super-sweet dark chocolate brownie offers the perfect marriage of two delicious desserts; but I will say that this snack is both large, and super-rich — it’s ideal for sharing!

Cheesecake Brownies at Boardwalk Bakery

As far as I know, Boardwalk Bakery is [Read more…]

Snack Series: Strawberry-Filled Churros At Friar’s Nook in Magic Kingdom

Check out this tasty looking new snack found at Friar’s Nook! Located in the Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland, stop by for a treat after visiting the Hundred Acre Wood pals on your honey-pot ride, or after spending a few sunny minutes on Dumbo!

And, of course, an inside [Read more…]

Snack Series: Beignets at Port Orleans Resort, French Quarter

Made famous at Cafe du Monde in New Orleans, Louisiana, beignets are a delicious, doughnut-like treat. And if you’re lucky enough to visit Sassagoula Floatworks food court at Port Orleans Resort, French Quarter, in Disney World, you can try some yourself!

Sassagoula Floatworks Food Court

Sassagoula Floatworks Food Court

In fact Sassagoula Floatworks, which is themed after a Mardi Gras float-building warehouse, is worth the trip. The spectacle of the partially constructed float decor is a photo-trip in itself!

Sassagoula Floatworks Food Court Decor

Sassagoula Floatworks Food Court Decor

Sassagoula Floatworks Float Decor

Sassagoula Floatworks Float Decor

On my recent WDW trip, I had my first taste of beignets, and I can safely say I’ll be back for more! What I find particularly interesting is that the beignets are not pre-made. In fact, when we ordered them, we had to wait 5-10 minutes while they were made.

First, raw dough was brought into the kitchen from the back and pounded thin.

Step 1 in making the beignets

Step 1 in making the beignets

Second, the beignets were put into the fryer.

Making Beignets Step 2

Making Beignets Step 2

And third, the beignets were removed and dusted with scads of powdered sugar.

Beignet Making Step 3

Beignet Making Step 3

They were as fresh and hot as can be — delicious!

Finished Beignets

Finished Beignets

Inside, the beignets are hollow

Inside, the beignets are hollow

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