Disney’s on-going program to provide nutritional options at WDW includes The Mickey Check, which helps you find the best nutritional options for meals.
And now Disney has launched “Better for You Goodies,” a guide to finding snacks in all four theme parks of WDW that are delicious, but nutritious, too.
Below is just a sampling of nutritious snacks and where you can find them:
- Prince Eric’s Village Market: bottled juices, waters and teas; whole and cut fruits; for dipping – hummus, Greek yogurt dips
- Gaston’s Tavern: soy milk; sliced apples with sugar-free caramel sauce
- Chesire Café: bananas and oranges; lowfat milk
- All Popcorn Wagons offer oranges and crisp apples
- All ice cream stands offer no-sugar-added strawberry bars
- Discovery Island Gardens Kiosk: vegan and gluten-free granola bars, cupcakes, cookies and brownies Harambe Fruit Market: whole and cut fruits and juices
- Mr. Kamal’s Kiosk: hummus and veggies, edamame salad and Asian noodle salad
- Mission Space cart: Ocean Spray Craisins and Ocean Spray Trail Mix
- Future World Space Ice Cream stand: mixed fruit (apple, watermelon and cantaloupe)
- African Cool Post: Perry’s Power Pack, a “Phineas and Ferb“-themed lunch box with Smuckers PB&J Uncrustable, carrot sticks, Dannaon Danimals strawberry yogurt and Minute Maid Apple Juice
- Food Stands throughout the park: whole and cut fruits and veggies, granola bars, Ocean Spray Craisins and Ocean Spray Trail Mix
- KRNR the Rock Station on Sunset Boulevard: smoothies made with nonfat yogurt
You can enjoy preparing snacks in your Orlando timeshare rental kitchen, but when your family is touring Walt Disney World you’ll be glad to know that you will find many healthy snacks for your kids there, too.
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