Kids’ meals are something we end up purchasing more often than not when we sit down for a meal at the parks. We used to be big on finding bigger entrees & sharing with our kids, but as they get older, we find they need a little something extra OR their own little meal. Food from home is allowed into the parks, so we also always bring some of our own healthy eats if we’re looking to save a little $. If you do bring your own food, coolers larger than 6-pack size are not permitted. Coolers 18″ wide x 25″ high x 37″ deep can be stored in an unrefrigerated locker outside the Disneyland main entrance.
Back to Kids’ Meals! Pictured is the Kids’ Mickey Check Meal Turkey Sandwich with Dannon Danimals Smoothie, Season Fruit & it also comes with a Lowfat Milk or small Dasani water bottle (can be substituted for another small beverage). Also pictured is the Toddler Meal – Mac & Cheese with a GoGo SqueeZ Applesauce and small Lowfat Milk (can be substituted for another small beverage). We feel that the options for meals are a pretty good deal for what you get! Most restaurants offer Mickey Check Meals which are meals meet Disney’s nutritional guidelines for complete meals without substitution.
TWO other meal options for kiddos include “Toddler Meals” most restaurants offer Macaroni & Cheese w/ a GoGo squeeZ Applesauce & low fat milk & “Kids’ Power Pack” – Dannon Danimals Smoothie, Sliced Apples, Carrots, Petite Banana & Goldfish Crackers with choice of a small low-fat milk or small Dasani water.
Restaurants also offer other types of Kids’ Meals (hamburgers, pizza, etc. – served w/ sliced apples & carrots), that aren’t considered “Mickey Check Meals” – to our kids, these options are known as the good stuff!
Toddler Meals are $4.49
Kids’ Mickey Check Meals are $6.99
Kids’ Power Packs are $5.99