Hey, DFB friends! It’s time for another round of what’s new at Disney’s Hollywood Studios!
Yesterday was…a LOT.
We saw literally HUNDREDS of price increases hit items at restaurants, lounges, and snack stands throughout Disney World’s theme parks, water parks, resort hotels, and more. Some of the increases were pretty small — only a matter of a few cents — but others were larger, in amounts of $1, $2, or even $3. They might seem small at first, but these increased costs can add up over a trip. There are a LOT of price increases to sort through though. Which price increases do you REALLY need to know about? We’re breaking that all down right here!
We’re a couple of weeks into 2022 now, but it still feels like the holidays in Disney World!
Holiday decorations are still up in the parks, and you can find plenty of ornaments, stockings, and Christmas PJs in the gift shops. Although it seems like the parks are clinging to holiday cheer for dear life, there’s one spot that has officially moved on from the festive season — and we’re actually VERY glad that it did!
Dining in Disney World can get pricey pretty fast, which is why we love sharing tips and tricks on ways to save a few bucks on your next vacation!
Today, we’re going to share fifteen snacks across Disney World that come in at UNDER $10! The best part is that many of these snacks are large enough to split with a friend, stretching your money even further. Some of these snacks can totally act as a substitute for a meal, so keep that in mind when you’re looking for something to eat in the parks, resorts, and Disney Springs. (You might be eating ice cream as that “meal” but it’s Disney World — it counts, right?!)
Disney World is known for some pretty unique snacks, but they also know how to take traditional treats to the next level.
Yes, you could always opt for a churro, Dole Whip (one of our absolute favorites), or specialty dessert, but what about the times that you find yourself craving something a bit simpler — a cookie? Well, we’ve got ya covered because we’re talking about ALL the places you can find the BEST cookies in Disney World!
Here at DFB, we certainly have our tried and true Disney treats we love.
From Dole Whip to Mini Mango Pie, all four Disney parks bring us some serious favorites. Perhaps one of our top cookies of all time is the Carrot Cake Cookie in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, but something seems to be afoot with this beloved treat… .
You know us — we love our Disney World snacks, and we LOVE our Disney World cookies! That is probably why we found ourselves standing in 3+ hour long lines to get the latest cookie flavor at Gideon’s Bakehouse (don’t judge us!).
But we’ve certainly got our favorites all over Disney World, and we’re going to share those with you today, so you can have the most ULTIMATE cookie crawl ever! So put on your stretchy pants and comfy shoes because we’re wandering all over Disney World eating cookies!
It was only a few years ago when Disney’s Hollywood Studios was barely a blip on anyone’s radar, and many travel sites called it a half-day park at best.
But that all changed with the addition of a few new lands and attractions, and Hollywood Studios is a park you could easily spend two days or more at now! [Read more…]
There’s no shortage of amazing eats at Disney World and just about everyone has some sort of Disney food bucket list. We even created the DFB’s Disney food bucket list with our #OnTheList series a couple of years ago!
And while you may be familiar with those classic snacks (hello Mickey Premium Bars), there may be quite a few Disney treats that you may have TOTALLY forgotten about! So, today we’re sharing our list of the 10 Disney World eats that you might have forgotten to add to your Disney food bucket list! [Read more…]
It’s no secret that we have some favorite snacks at Disney World, and we’re always sad when they go away, even temporarily!
We’ve been a fan of the Carrot Cake Cookie since we discovered it at Writer’s Stop at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. It later turned up at Sweet Spells. Now that both locations are gone, though, we see it often at the Trolley Car Cafe.