But, if you haven’t been to Disney World since it reopened, you may be wondering…“Can I still get some of my favorite snacks?” Some of our favorite treats have disappeared or are unavailable at the moment, but these 10 snacks are still available and ready for you to enjoy!
The DFB Mini-Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks e-Book is packed with salty, savory and sweet munchies that make a day at the Magic Kingdom even more memorable! You know how much I love food-inspired crawls, so today I’d like to share with you the details of the I Heart Mickey Snack Crawl we developed for our Magic Kingdom Snacks guidebook.
I can’t promise that you’ll run into Mickey Mouse during this icon-enriched tour, yet you can honor our favorite mouse by feasting on these Mickey-shaped treats in the Magic Kingdom!
Here we go…
Travel to your starting point — Sleepy Hollow in Liberty Square — to enjoy the ever popular Mickey Waffle. We’re going for the plate-sized Mickey waffle, here; and this is one of the only places in the World you can get them!
Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bar
I’ve been having fun sharing my latest restaurant reviews and there’s lots more on the way from our March trip to Disney World.
Plus, stay tuned this week for a 2011 WDW Foodie Fest announcement.
Let’s start with the latest news:
- The Disney Food Blog Restaurant Search Tool was launched in Beta. Search for your dining locations now!
- New specialty hot dogs at Casey’s Corner
- Vinylmation cupcake designs coming soon
- Disney focuses on healthy food
DFB Guide News & One-Day Discount Sale
And there are more stellar reviews of our e-Book, The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining to share this week. Hooray! About.com Theme Parks Guide, Arthur Levine, gave us a shout-out. Read it here. All’s Fare Food Blog also gave the book a thumbs up. Learn why the book is helpful to veteran visitors to WDW here.
You can purchase your own copy here: http://DFBGuide.com. Use code: DFBA11 for a 20% discount today only!
Now, on to the round-up!
Disney History shows a vintage commercial for Baker’s Instant Chocolate with Jiminy Crickett.
Eating (and Drinking) Around WDW creates Korean Lettuce Wraps with Roast Pork and Kimchi Slaw from the 2010 Epcot Food and Wine Festival South Korea booth!
Main Street Gazette taste tests a Mickey’s premium ice cream bar.
Imaginerding shares an early Disney marketing effort for the Globetrotter milk and bread program.
StudiosCentral shares a fun look at some photos with the theme of “drink.”
Disney Parks Blog highlights wine tastings and five-course specialty dinners offered at Jiko.
The Disney Go To Girl: A Luxury Travel Blog takes us to France. Well, Epcot’s France and highlights Les Chefs de France with a beautiful picture tour.
Illuminating Epcot braves the “Battle of the Steaks”.