We're (me, the wife and 2 kids, 3 & 6 years old) going in the February half term, but thanks to a job change (and a move from weekly to monthly pay) we're not particularly well off financially. So we're a little worried about the food costs while we're in DLP. Our current plan is:
Breakfasts: Fill up on our free hotel breakfasts. Make sandwiches for during the day. Controversial, I know.
Lunch: See above.
Drinks: We're bringing water bottles and a bottle of squash from home which should do us.
Dinners: Here's the worry. The McDonalds in the village seems to be fairly standard McDonalds price, so not too bad. We can do this once or twice. Annette's takeaway burger prices aren't that much higher either so we can probably stretch to that too.
Beyond that, we plan to go to the supermarket in the shopping center 1 stop away and grabbing some cheese, pate and baguettes for at least one dinner. That leaves 1 or 2 days left unplanned.
Any ideas? We'll be in Cheyenne so I believe we get a kettle, but nothing else to cook with. We're also bringing some pot noodles, porridge and other instant just add hot water food from home to fill any gaps, but I don't think there are many (decent) kettle only dinners we can either bring with us or buy at the local supermarket and eat back at the hotel.
Any other good, budget options? Anything the supermarket has that won't require refrigeration or cooking which I'm missing?
fake edit: I've just realised a jar of hotdogs might not be a bad idea. Boil them in the kettle and buy the buns at the supermarket.