- Juice Boxes (I usually pack at least 2 per child)
- Gatorade for Mom & Dad
- Bottle Water
- Fruit Cups
- Yummi Pouches filled with just about anything-applesauce is my kids favorite
- Fresh fruit
- String Cheese makes a great snack
- Gold Fishies
Yummi Pouches are a must have for any vacation especially WDW
If you are traveling with a baby you can use the microwaves located in the Baby Care Centers to heat up food. Another great way to save money on dining is to eat in your room before you go to the parks. If you are in a hurry and don't want to waste any time doing that then I recommend making your own 'breakfasts to go' bag. You can make these ahead of time at home. Include items that are easy for your children to eat on their own, mess free and that do not require refrigeration. Poptarts, cereal bars, etc also include napkin, sippy cup or orange juice box.
My family usually returns to our hotel after lunch time for a mid afternoon break. We relax, the children nap and this allows for us to be able to prepare a quick dinner before heading back to the park. If you do not have a kitchen you can order a pizza to be delivered to your room. Or if you have a microwave you can heat up some easy mac for your children or hot dogs. Eating dinner before returning to the park will save a significant amount of money.
If you do not have a car to get to the grocery store or you simply do not want to have to go to the grocery store (when I'm on vacation grocery shopping is the last thing I want to do) you can have groceries delivered!