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Frozen Fruit Snacks

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Magical Blogorail: Frozen Fruit Snacks

Hello everyone, and welcome to this month’s Magical Blogorail post, were we explore some of the incredibly delicious frozen fruit snacks that can help you stay cool in the summer heat at Disney!

Picture this, if you please. You are at Disney’s Animal Kingdom park, it’s 100 degrees in the shade, the humidity is easily 80%, and you are looking for anything to help cool you down. Can you feel the heat, the sticky humidity, is it driving you crazy right now just imagining it? Well, one thing your family doesn’t do very often is go to Rafiki’s Planet Watch, simply because it’s kind of out of the way, but you decide to go because you’ve heard that it has air conditioning, and there is a train to ride, after all, and fans, etc. So imagine a day as hot as that, and as you are approaching the Conservation Station, you see a small snack cart selling the Minute Maid Frozen Strawberry Lemonade.  12 ounces of frozen deliciousness, only $4 at the time (a snack credit for those on the Disney Dining Plan).  Soft enough to spoon through and enjoy, big enough to share, yummy enough to give a good treat, and cool enough to lower the internal temperature a bit.  In short, a great treat for a hot summer day!

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As I was preparing to write this, all of a sudden I had thought — does this frozen treat count as a frozen fruit snack? Well, when I researched it, I did find that the Orangeade that you can get contains 28% fruit juice, but I couldn’t find any word on the Frozen Strawberry Lemonade, so I’m not certain.  However, here’s my thinking on it — it tastes great, it is fruity, so to me, it counts, even if it’s not a frozen banana or something like that.  In the 100 degree temperatures, I guess it’s a matter of semantics, but that’s the way my mind operates at times.

So tell us, please, what are your favorite frozen snacks, and why? I’d love to hear all about it, please let us know in the comments, and thanks for stopping by today!

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14 Responses to “Magical Blogorail: Frozen Fruit Snacks”

  1. OK, this is my all-time favorite Disney snack, but in the lemon flavor! You have to be careful if you ask a CM where you can get one, because they think you mean a lemonade slushy. And Mike, this is one treat i DO NOT share!

    • Well, I’ve never had the lemonade slushy, but I imagine I wouldn’t share that either! ;) But I know you are talking about the plain-jane original lemonade version of this tasty treat. Try the Strawberry version or the Orangeade version one day, and let me know what you think Lee!


  2. I’m a big fan of the lemonade flavor. It’s usually my back up if I can’t find a stand that sells the lemonade slush. But I will agree, it definitely cools you down quick.

  3. I just went to an outside concert (in florida) and was dying and had one of these! It was perfect!!

  4. I think frozen lemonade is one of the best things on a hot day!! I like to let it melt a bit so it is not too sweet. Of course that means my kids might eat it all before I get any.

  5. I’m not sure ever had one at Disney, but it’s my favorite treat at a baseball game! I totally but that it’s fruit based. :-)

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