Look what I found during my November visit to the Magic Kingdom – Peanut Butter and Jelly!
One of my favorite ‘saving money’ tips has always been to bring in your own sandwich making supplies for a picnic lunch. If you want to take a break from park food (as yummy as it might be) or need to supplement an extra meal not covered by your dining plan, PB&J is a classic standby meal with protein to help energize little ones and moms/dads alike!
Found at the trading post, in Frontierland, the prices for these brand name items were fairly reasonable. At approximately $3-4 each, you could probably feed your family for less than one quick service meal.
During my visit, neither the trading post nor Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe (located next door) had loaf bread (or slices) available. However, sliced bread is sold at most food courts and loaves of bread are available at resort shops servicing Disney Vacation Club rooms.
QUICK TIP – For smaller families and even more savings, bring your own Jif To Go cups from home. Purchase bread slices from your resort food court and pick up a couple of jelly cups from the food court condiment station.Add chips or pretzels and a beverage, and Viola! picnic lunch – Disney style!
What are your favorite tips for a picnic lunch at Disney?
PirateMomPenny enjoys helping others plan their Disney vacations (click to find out how she can help your family) and writing about how her family enjoys their Disney vacations at ScoutingWDW.com, TheDisneyMoms.com and iHeart-WDW.com.
Born and raised in the south, I now live in central New Jersey. My days are filled with homeschooling, reading, and ministry work. My son and I are active members of our local church and enjoy camping with the Boy Scouts of America.
We believe everyday is a day to celebrate and if you visit our kitchen, you will find us putting sprinkles on everything from pancakes to ice cream! Between baseball games and scouting trips, we enjoy dreaming about our next Disney vacation.