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Young@Heart
07-15-2008, 11:42 AM
We usually do breakfast in our room, other than one character breakfast. We've been brainstorming to find a variety of breakfast options, and I was hoping others could add to it. We like things that are ready to eat (ie: no preparing, no milk needed, etc) and can be stored w/out a fridge, since we won't have one at POP.
So far we have-

pop tarts
honey buns
cereal/granola bars
fresh fruit
muffins

Generally, we're not very big breakfast eaters. I just want to make sure everyone gets something in their tummy so nobody gets sick.
TIA for any help! :mickey:

Tick-Tock
07-15-2008, 12:40 PM
fruit snacks
dried fruit
nuts
peanut butter and crackers
trail mix

DisneyDog
07-15-2008, 04:14 PM
If there is a coffee maker in the room you could probably heat up water to make instant oatmeal.

Minnie Imagineer
07-15-2008, 06:16 PM
well something that is quick and gives you a ton of energy: store yogurt in the fridge, put it in a bowl, add granola to it, mix, and then add slices of fruit that you could put in your fridge (I know the 'minimarts' there have apple slices or fruit salad to go you can use as fruit)
yum!

azdisneymom
07-15-2008, 08:36 PM
We bring peanutbutter and mini chocolate chips from home to make a dip for apple slices. You can buy a bag of those already sliced apples and keep them chilled over night in the ice bucket filled with ice. This also makes a great snack for walking around the parks. Just fill a few small disposable containers with the dip before you leave your room.

We have made those grocery stops on the way to our hotel to purchase food and a styrofoam cooler. I was amazed at how long the ice lasted. Usually adding ice before we headed out to the parks and once we returned was more than enough. We kept drinks and Gogurt in it. The cooler got tossed when we checked out.

Young@Heart
07-16-2008, 12:10 AM
We bring peanutbutter and mini chocolate chips from home to make a dip for apple slices. You can buy a bag of those already sliced apples and keep them chilled over night in the ice bucket filled with ice. This also makes a great snack for walking around the parks. Just fill a few small disposable containers with the dip before you leave your room.

We have made those grocery stops on the way to our hotel to purchase food and a styrofoam cooler. I was amazed at how long the ice lasted. Usually adding ice before we headed out to the parks and once we returned was more than enough. We kept drinks and Gogurt in it. The cooler got tossed when we checked out.

That sounds like a great idea! Thanks! :mickey: