I love the Main Street Confectionery. Not only can you watch them make all those delicious temptations, you can use snack credits as well. Everyone knows how much I like to utilize those snack credits! My favorite is the fudge and the cake pops look divine, but I might be tempeted by one of those apples next trip.
Watch this video on the confectionery that came out today, it is pretty awesome!
I have finally experienced the famous Ice Cream Sandwich at the Main Street Bakery. The cost was $4.19, but it is still considered a snack credit. We had a choice of cookie: chocolate chip, sugar or oatmeal raisin. I went with the traditional chocolate chip. They put 3 scoops of vanilla ice cream on one giant cookie and then topped the ice cream with another. It was so huge that we cut it into 4 portions and everyone had plenty! This is now my favorite snack at Disney and had surplanted the following list!
Here is a short list of my other favorite desserty snacks:
Disney Dining Plan can be confusing. If you don’t do the background research, you definitely will not get the best value for your money. It can be a very positive experience and save you a ton of money on an already expensive trip. I like the Dining plan because our meals are paid for before we leave. We don’t come home from a trip having spent more money that we wanted to spend (except on drinking maybe).
Disney Dining standard plan costs $58.66 per adult and $18.88 per child (3-9) for each night of your stay. Yes, Disney considers children “adults” from age 10. There is a less expensive quick service plan, which doesn’t include table service restaurants. The Deluxe plan gives you 3 meals each day, either quick or table service, but this is upwards of $100 per person. Continue reading →