Snacking Around the World: A Review of the Disney Food Blog Mini-Guide to Epcot Snacks

If you’ve ever looked for information on the internet about Disney food or Disney dining, you’ve undoubtedly come across the work of AJ Wolfe, owner of the Disney Food Blog.  In the past few years, she’s not only written many informative articles on her blog, but has also authored several e-Books, including The Disney Food Blog Guide to Walt Disney World Dining.   Her most recent endeavor is the Disney Food Blog Mini-Guide to Epcot Snacks, and I had the pleasure of checking out this new guide last week.

The Mini-Guide to Epcot Snacks comes in PDF form.  The great thing about that is that regardless of the platform you’re using – Windows, Apple, Android, even Linux – as long as you have a PDF reader downloaded, you can access this guide.  As someone who has lamented the inability to download some cool apps because of my Android phone status, this is especially appreciated.  The PDF form also allows you to do a key word search that will easily take you to exactly what you’re looking for, so that is nice as well.

Just about every place you might consider getting a snack from in Epcot is included in the guide.  You’ll find color photos and information, including prices, and for those of you on the Disney Dining Plan, whether or not the item is snack credit eligible.  She has even included some of my favorite “snacks” at Epcot, the drinks!   More than just a list of options at the park, the guide also includes a few “extras” such as some suggested “snack crawls” and snack pairings.  I can tell you that even as a veteran visitor to Epcot (countless times over the last 16+ years), I personally found there was plenty to discover in this new mini-guide.

One additional thing I wanted to make mention of is that if you are viewing the guide on an internet connected device, it will also allow you to access, via links within some of the snack descriptions, further information on the item(s) contained in articles on her blog.  For example, when I got to that legendary treat of the Norway Pavillion, “School Bread,” not only was I able to read AJ’s description in the guide, I was able to click on a link which took me to her full review of it on the blog.  I really enjoyed this feature.

If you’re interested in picking up this e-Book, or AJ’s other currently available e-Books, I have placed links for them on our home page.  Note that you will get access to five copies of whichever e-Book you purchase via the download link you receive, so you can easily download it to all your PDF-friendly devices.  All of AJ’s e-Books come with a 100% money back guarantee.  If you decide you are not satisfied with your purchase, you simply contact her and your purchase price will be refunded.

Finally, I’d like to thank AJ for not only providing me with a copy to review, but also for the additional copy she is providing for us to give away to one of our readers.  We will be including that with this month’s “25” giveaway prize pack.  I know whoever wins it, will love it.

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