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    Default Disney Must-Have Snacks! Plz Help!

    So I been trying to keep track of things to do this year, and I am going to be adventurous and try new snacks. I am not much of a person to like sweets but I am going to give it a whirl.

    Here is my list so far (I know some of you are going to laugh at what I havent tried ):
    Dole Wipe (i know i know)
    Turkey Leg (MK)
    Beaver Tail (Canada)
    School Bread (is this from Norway?)
    Tie-dye Cheesecake (any idea where this is from?)
    Giant Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich (Main Street)

    ...please let me know what your favorite snacks/desserts are! Also if you have any other Food MUSTS (even meals/appetizers) please let me know!

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    Don't forget Mickey head Ice cream bars!!
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    The tie-dye cheesecake can be found at Pop Century. Hate to disappoint but the beaver tails are no longer in Epcot.

    Funnel cakes from Sleepy Hollow, anything from KarmelKuchen in Epcot, and the Churro cart at DHS are must haves for my boys.
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    Schoolbread is from Norway.
    Tie-dyed cheesecake is found at the POP food court.

    Even though I haven't had it yet, I'd add the caramel popcorn from Karamel Kuche (Epcot — Germany).
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    My new favorite snack is the jalepeno cheese stuffed pretzel.
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    Carrot cake cookie from the Writer's stop book store in DHS.

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    New favorite as of the last trip is the oatmeal-apple, caramel drizzled cookie in Germany! I would highly recommend it!
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    Croissant-berry pudding and a French Vanilla Iced Coffee from The Land.

    Tonga Toast from either Captain Cook's or Kona Cafe in the Polynesian resort.

    Dulce de Leche cupcake from Contempo Cafe in the Contemporary resort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faline View Post
    Don't forget Mickey head Ice cream bars!!
    I agree, no better snack in my opinion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Facilier View Post
    Tonga Toast from either Captain Cook's or Kona Cafe in the Polynesian resort.
    This sounds very interesting. What is it exactly?!

    And thank you all for the great responses! You doubled the size of my list! And confirmed many of my original ones and now I must change my shirt from drooling reading all these!

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    Be sure to try:
    Zebra Domes - They're available at The Mara at Animal Kingdom Lodge in the grab & go section. But I recommend eating at Boma & getting them from the dessert buffet if that's an option for you. Actually everything from the dessert buffet is awesome especially the banana bread pudding with vanilla sauce.

    Citrus Swirl from Sunshine Tree Terrace in MK

    Kaki Gori from Japan in WS

    BTW, Tonga Toast is similar to french toast only it's a large piece of sourdough bread with banana sandwiched in the middle. It's dipped in egg, deep fried, then rolled in cinnamon sugar & served with a berry compote. Amazing stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scar View Post
    My new favorite snack is the jalepeno cheese stuffed pretzel.
    Where can we get these? Sounds delish!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lettripp View Post
    New favorite as of the last trip is the oatmeal-apple, caramel drizzled cookie in Germany! I would highly recommend it!
    This sounds yummy!! I will look for it on my upcoming trip!!

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    yes no more beaver tails, been gone for a while
    schoolbread in Bakery in Norway.
    Dole Whip or float in MK. u can also get Dole whip in the Poly resort at Cap Cooks if ur by there,
    tie dye cheesecake is at POP...i dont remember being as great as some people say, but i mayb there in 3 wks so might try it again.
    i did see the jalapeno pretxels at epcot, i think by the America pavilion. theres funnel cake stand in between American pavilion and Japan also
    u know, i never tried Kaki gori, but i drink the sake in Japan every trip.
    hit the bakery in France
    or Fish & chips in England
    nachos in Mexico
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scar View Post
    My new favorite snack is the jalepeno cheese stuffed pretzel.
    YEP, this one is INCREDIBLE !!! There is also a sour cream and onion one at DtD. Wetzel
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    Tye dye cheescake is at the popcentury

    it is just a piece of colorful cheese cake so it is not a must try....


    and dole whip?? wow lol You need to get one, and one of the orange slushes I love those it's a tradition in my family to get one the first day or day we leave..
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    Cupcakes!!!
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    I love the dole whip FLOATS! so I'd suggest trying that (or one of each!). Tonga Toast is another favorite that is a must-have. I also always get the rice pudding with strawberries in Norway (and I saw where they have waffles now that look good too but I haven't tried them). Its family tradition to have Key Lime pie when in FL so I go to Sunshine Seasons for that. I also love the sweet-cream filled pretzels in Tomorowland and the frosty drinks at Sleepy Hollow are refreshing. We loved the caramel shop (especially the cookies and rice krispy treats) in Germany too and always do a make-your-own snack at Goofy's in DTD (my fav is the marshmallow). On our last trip I discovered the cupcakes in HS and they make a wonderful breakfast after rushing for TSM! What can I say...I love my food and sweets!

    I tried the tye dye cheesecake and like a pp said didn't find it to be anything extraordinary...it was too rich for me to eat a whole piece which is really saying something! but it is pretty
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    Oh yeah, the Citrus Swirl in Adventureland is delicious.

    You could also try a Cannoli from the stand outside the Italy Pavilion. Or ANY pastry from Boulangerie Patisserie, such as a Napoleon or Chocolate Mousse, or any fruit tart....oh man.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scar View Post
    My new favorite snack is the jalepeno cheese stuffed pretzel.
    This is my youngest son's favorite (he's 24). The best funnel cake I've had was at Boardwalk. If you're at Typhoon Lagoon, try the little donuts. Yum to the n-th degree.
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