A visit to the amusement park is always colourful and exciting for children. Even adults like to look into the elaborate dream worlds that the parks offer, trying out the latest roller coasters, shows and attractions. Of course, that makes you hungry and food in the amusement park is fairly highly priced. But what if you want to save money and still enjoy culinary delights? Try preparing food and drink yourself to take with you.
The gastronomic offerings in amusement parks today is enormous and far more varied than even a few years ago, offering guests a wide range from snack stands to excellent restaurants.
While families often shy away from the prices, that is not the only reason to at least partially rely on self-sufficiency. The food trend is clearly towards sustainability and regionalism—you want to know what's in your food and where it comes from. Bringing your own food in the amusement park is a good way to know exactly what you’re eating.
Most amusement parks easily allow patrons to take care of themselves when it comes to food. Often, there are designated picnic areas, where you can feast with your family and enjoy your healthy snacks. But you can also bring snacks to enjoy while on the move. And if you walk all day through the park, especially on hot days, you’ll want to bring water to drink regularly and stay hydrated.
Try preparing some delicious juices with the Panasonic Slow Juicer so you can enjoy something healthy rather than sweetened soft drinks. You can also prepare snacks in the microwave such as vegetable chips, which are easy to prepare and season to your personal taste. Enjoy between rides, so you can keep your energy up for a full day of adventures!
Looking for some good snack or drink ideas? Try out these recipes: