Disney Dining Plan Snack Credits (And Sprinkle Sugar Cookie Recipe!)

Do you know about the Disney dining plan? It’s a magical little thing that allows you to “prepay” for all your food needs while at Walt Disney World in Florida (not available at Disneyland in California).  

I would like to write a full guide to the Disney Dining Plan, but this is not that.  This post is going to focus on my favorite part of the dining plan — snack credits

source: Disneytouristblog.com

While at Disney world, you may have noticed a little symbol that looks like this while you perused a menu.  Or maybe you were so focused on getting the grub you don’t notice them…

source: Easy WDW

Either way they are there.  This symbol means this item is available as one snack credit on the dining plan.  

source: The Mouse For Less

In years past, snacks used to be mostly ice cream items, pretzel, popcorn, bakery item, a soda, etc.  However, just recently, snack items have upped their game

source: Disney Food Blog

Now you can get pulled pork bbq nacho cheese fries or Loaded Mac and cheese for one snack credit each.  I consider those a meal!

source: Disney Food Blog

I look forward to posting videos and recipes of those in the future… But for now… We are hearkening back to the old school times and grabbing a classic snack credit bakery item — sprinkle sugar cookies.

 

These declectable cookies are perfect for a day in the Parks, or a day at home.  I made mine with the kids and they loved it!  Easy to make and yummy to eat — a winner of a recipe if you ask me!

I would also recommend these Mickey Mouse Sprinkles if you want an extra magical treat!  (Affiliate Link)

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Disney Parks Sprinkle Sugar Cookies
Cookies just like the ones you can get on Main Street, or any bakery on Disney Property. Recipe from hugsandcookiesxoxo.com
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  1. Cream the Butter and Sugar together in a bowl.
  2. Add the Eggs and Vanilla
  3. Combine the Flour, Baking Powder, and Salt and add to the other ingredients
  4. Roll dough in your hand to the desired size you want
  5. Press ball into a bowl of sprinkles.
  6. Put sprinkled ball onto a parchment lined baking sheet and flatten a little more
  7. In oven preheated to 350, bake for 15-20ish minutes or until the bottom just barely browns. DO NOT OVERBAKE!
  8. Allow to cool slightly on the pan before moving to a cooling rack.
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