The kits appear to be identical at each restaurant and the same kits are listed under breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus. One of the adult kits includes a bagel and cream cheese, greek yogurt, cereal and a small low-fat milk, fresh fruit, and simply orange juice served with butter, jelly, utensils, and napkins for $8. The other adult kit is $10 and has a turkey and lettuce wrap, fresh fruit, carrots, chips, chocolate chip cookie, and large Dasani water served with condiments, utensils, and napkins.
There are gluten/wheat allergy-friendly and vegetarian versions of the kits as well. Though some of them say breakfast and some say lunch, there isn’t a major difference.
For kids, there is a breakfast kit including cereal and a small low-fat milk, raisins, apple slices, peanut butter packet, Dannon Danimals smoothie, and Minute Maid apple juice served with a spoon and napkins for $6. The kids lunch kit includes a PB&J Uncrustable, grapes, fresh fruit, carrots, chocolate chip cookies, and a small Dasani water for $7.
Though these items are currently listed on the My Disney Experience menus, they are not available for mobile order. It seems they have been added pre-maturely or may go through a test period before becoming a more permanent fixture at quick-service restaurants during hurricane season.
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