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When you can’t go to Disney World, the next best thing is to cook up a treat in your own kitchen. Our family loves the Cheeseburger Pods at Satu’li Canteen. And while they used to be available as an adult entree, they are now available only as a kid’s entree.
But that doesn’t change how delicious they are! We often purchase kids meals as adults so that we have room for snacks later. Park touring tip: portion sizes at Disney are large enough that an adult entree is often enough for two adults. You can save money by purchasing a kid’s meal or splitting an adult meal.
Afterwards we added the mustard, pickle, and cheese.
When it came to the biscuits, we found that pulling them apart by their seams worked better than trying to cut them in half. Also, next time we decided that we would use a rolling pin and flatten the biscuits just a bit so that they would be easier to pinch closed- and may actually stay that way after baking.
Once we added the filling, they were pinched closed.
We didn’t have the ability to steam them, so we just baked the pods in the oven. We followed the directions on the can of biscuits and started by cutting the time in half but ended up adding about 5 minutes to that.
And then we ate!
Overall, extremely good- and probably would have been better if we could have steamed them, but still a great treat.
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I am an annual passholder, runner, and teacher from Ohio. I am becoming a veteran of runDisney as I have completed 4 race weekends (2 Star Wars Half Marathons, 1 Wine and Dine Half Marathon, and 1 Goofy). I generally do Disney by myself, with a small group of friends, or my mom. I am a champion of the short weekend trip on a race weekend.