Allergy Friendly Mickey Waffles at Disney World (ingredients, photos, tips!)

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Mickey Waffles are amazing… need I say more? So it’s extra exciting when we get to have Mickey Waffles that are allergy friendly!

This special breakfast is available at several locations (list below!) but you will find that there are several mixes used across Disney World. All of the allergy friendly mixes are listed below, you’ll need to confirm on your trip how each of the items are made and customized to your allergies!

Looking for more stress free Allergy Eats? These guides are designed to make dining at Disney World with allergies easy and low worry.

Do Mickey Waffles have Dairy?

Disney World offers plant based Mickey Waffles at most locations, and these are Dairy Free Mickey Waffles! If you don’t ask, it’s likely that dairy is being used in the regular mix or ingredients needed to make the mix.

Are Mickey Waffles Peanut Free?

None of the current Disney Waffle Mixes contain Peanut (making them free from peanut). There may be issues with cross contact depending on the location and how the waffle mix was made, so you will need to check with a Chef, Coordinator or Manager to confirm.

Just Gluten Free? See the Gluten Free Waffle Guide

***As Always, please speak to a qualified restaurant employee when ordering food. In order to see the most accurate ingredients and risk assessment, you will need to confirm allergy safety in real-time. This is my personal experience, I am not employed or endorsed by companies or brands mentioned.***

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Do you have to request Allergy Waffle Mix ahead of time?

This is a question that is common on forums and other groups… because in many locations you have to request modifications early.

But at Disney World, if they have the mix, if does not need to be requested ahead of time. 90% of the locations at Disney World (that are owned by Disney) have the gluten free mix in the kitchen. There are other locations that are not owned by Disney World (the third party operating vendors) and those locations may or may not have the Gluten Free Waffle Mix.

What Brands are used for the Allergy Friendly Mickey Waffles at Disney World?

There’s a few brands on property that we’re seeing right now.

Disney uses a variety of mixes, and it’s important to note that you won’t find the same mix at all locations. If you need a specific mix, you will need to ask if they have it. I’d love to give you a list of all the places that have each mix, but this changes weekly based on supply and the lotto system Disney has in place for food service items.

Golden Malted Gluten Free and Allergen Free Mix

This is the newest mix Disney is using in 2023, and this mix is resort wide!

It is made by Golden Malted brand, but is certified Gluten Free.

This Mix contains: Rice Flour, Corn Flour, Sugar, Baking Powder (monocalcium phosphate, cornstarch, sodium bicarbonate), canola oil, salt, natural flavor, xanthan gum.

It is mixed only with Water, and has no Top 9 Allergens.

The Top 9 allergens as recognized by Disney are: Wheat/Gluten (listed together, ask in person for specifics!), Dairy/Milk, Soy (typically soy protein, sometimes leaves out lecithin and oil from menus), Egg, Peanut/Treenut (listed together, ask in person for specifics!), Fish/Shellfish (listed together, ask in person for specifics!). As of 2023, they are adding Sesame to new menus and menu updates.

Bloomfield Farms Allergy Friendly Waffle Mix in 2022

The first brand that’s becoming more common is Bloomfield Farms Brand. This is a mix that was created by Disney Chefs for mass production… but they are no longer carrying this product.

It is produced by a Third-Party Company (Bloomfield Farms owned by Blend Pak). This Mix contains: Rice Flour, Sorghum Flour, Sugar, Tapioca Starch, Baking Powder (Sodium Acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate, corn starch, monocalcium phosphate), xanthan gum, baking soda, kosher salt.

Golden Malted Regular Mix


Golden Malted Gluten Free

Golden Malted also makes a Gluten Free version on shared equipment. Golden Malted Gluten Free. Here’s the ingredients for the Gluten Free Golden Malted: WHITE RICE FLOUR, DEGERMINATED YELLOW CORN FLOUR, SOY FLOUR, SUGAR, MONOCALCIUM PHOSPHATE, SODIUM BICARBONATE, SALT, CORNSTARCH, NATURAL VANILLA FLAVOR, XANTHAN GUM. (grabbed from Golden Malted’s Website)

Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free

The next mix they use that’s common at the resorts especially, is the Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Pancake Mix.  Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Pancake Mix. This is made in a Gluten Free Facility. The ingredients for the Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Pancake Mix are: Gluten Free Flour Blend (Sweet White Rice Flour, Whole Grain Brown Rice Flour, Potato Starch, Whole Grain Sorghum Flour, Tapioca Flour, Xanthan Gum) Sugar, Baking Powder (MonoCalcium Phosphate, Cornstarch,Sodium Bicarbonate) Sea Salt.

Namaste Mix

I am no longer seeing Namaste Mix at Disney World (it wasn’t a favorite as the chef’s really struggled with it). Namaste was very popular 2019 and before. This means that it will be hard to find a true all forms corn free option for Mickey Waffles.

It may be possible to contact Disney Special Diets to see if Namaste Mix is used anywhere on property for those folks that need this blend.

Mickey Mouse Waffles

Let’s talk about where you can find these Allergy Friendly Mickey Waffles

Below you’ll find a combination of Quick Serve (like fast food), Table Service (sit down) and Character Meals.

Friendly reminder, you do not need to be staying on property or have a park ticket to visit the resort locations (but you will need a reservation for many of them if you are driving)

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    I’d suggest getting a reservation for one of the Table Service Locations, or heading to a nearby Resort when you are at the parks for the day. Not familiar with the concept? Here’s a post with info about how to go to Disney Dining outside of the parks (including without a ticket!)

    Key: (R) = Reservations Recommended, (QS) = Quick Serve, no reservation required

    Park Restaurant NameLocation
    Near Magic KingdomChef Mickey (R), Steakhouse 71 (R), Contempo Cafe (QS) The Contemporary
    Near Magic Kingdom‘Ohana (R), Capt’n Cooks (QS) The Polynesian
    Near Magic KingdomGrand Floridian Cafe (R), Gasparilla Island Grill (QS) Grand Floridan
    Near EPCOT Ale and Compass (R)Yacht Club
    Near EPCOT Trattoria Al Forno (R)on the Boardwalk
    in between EPCOT and Hollywood Studios Topolinos (R)Riveria Resort
    Near Hollywood Studios Landscape of Flavors (QS) Art of Animation (you can take the Skyliner)
    Hollywood Studios Hollywood and Vine Character Meal (R)Hollywood Studios
    Near Animal Kingdom Boma (R)Animal Kingdom Lodge
    Animal Kingdom Tusker House Character Meal (R)Animal Kingdom Park

    Here’s a full guide about how to get those Reservations, including the hard to get ones!

    More Allergy Friendly Content for Disney World

    Disney World Food Allergy FAQ

    Restaurants to skip if you have Food Allergies at Disney World

    Eating at EPCOT Festivals with Food Allergies (how to guide)

    Character Meals with Food Allergies

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