Allergy Friendly Offerings at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party

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What’s better than Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party? Mickey’s Party with inclusive Allergy Foods! While Disney doesn’t label items besides gluten for the Holiday Party, I went around and check on ingredients during the party to bring you this complete guide.

Below you’ll find all of the Holiday Festive Treats for Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party with Allergy Details. Be sure to check in real time with staff, as I’m not employed or endorsed by Disney.

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party is a Hard Ticket Event, separate from your regular park tickets. It runs select nights at Magic Kingdom from November 9 through December 22. The party officially begins at 7, with entry to Magic Kingdom starting at 4 pm and it wraps up at Midnight. In the party you’ll find exclusive Character Meets, Shows, Food, Merchandise, Photoshoots and more.

This Guide covers the 2023 MVMCP for Allergy Friendly Guests. See the guide for Gluten Free offerings.

***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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Allergy Details for Party Exclusive Treats for Easy Planning

Below you’ll find the listed Allergens for some of the Party Treats. Please check in person with qualified staff in real time at Disney as this information may change.

-Letter to Santa at Main Street Bakery (Starbucks on Main Street USA) Contains: Dairy/Milk, Eggs, Corn, Soy (oil and lecithin), Gluten/Wheat (???? undisclosed, not in ingredients)

-Winter Milk Shake at the Friars Nook in Fantasyland Contains:

-Cranberry Citrus Float at Sunshine Tree Terrace Contains: Milk/Dairy, Corn, Coconut Oil

Santa’s Belt Buckle at Sunshine Tree Terrace Contains: Gluten/Wheat, Dairy/Milk,Egg, Soy, Peanut, Treenut, Corn

Lump of Coal in your Stocking Milk Shake at Auntie Gravity’s in Fantasyland Contains: Gluten/Wheat, Dairy/Milk,Egg, Soy, Corn

Christmas Cookie Cake at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe Contains: Gluten/Wheat, Dairy/Milk,Egg, Soy, Peanut, Treenut, Corn

There are 5 locations for the Holiday Cookie Stroll, and they all have an Allergy Friendly Cookie option. I’ve include all of the cookies (both the Allergy option and the Common Option with details) in this guide post.

The locations are:

  • Tomorrowland Lunching Pad
  • Tomorrowland Cosmic Rays (entrance in front of Tomorrowland Speedway)
  • Fantasyland Pinocchio Haus (behind the Castle)
  • Frontierland Columbia Harbour House (in front of Haunted Mansion Ride)
  • Adventureland Tortuga Tavern (in front of Pirates of the Caribbean Ride)

Open Dining Locations that can accommodate Allergens

There are quite a few locations open for Dining at the Party, but not all of the can accommodate Allergies. The following are places I would recommend for eating a meal once the park opens at 7. The list below is for the Top 9 Most Common Allergens. If you have other Allergen Needs, please eat at the Resorts before the Party, Dine at 4 inside Magic Kingdom with your party ticket, or Bring in Food.

Open Dining Locations for MVMCP that have Allergy options:

  • Casey’s Corner (Limited Menu)
  • Peco Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe
  • Cinderella’s Royal Table (Reservations Strongly Recommended, Table Service)
  • Be Our Guest Restaurant (Reservations Strongly Recommended, Table Service)
  • Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe

Two Strategies for getting the most out of your Ticket while eating Safely

1.Since you can get into the park at 4 with your Party Ticket, I would recommend getting reservations or enjoying other quick serves, before they close at 6. See more in the Allergy Friendly Magic Kingdom Guide.

2.Stick to Quick Serve options (Casey’s, Peco, and Cosmic Ray’s) and Skip Character Dining at Be Our Guest and Cinderella’s Royal Table. This will help you spend those extra 1-2 hours in the park doing the Party exclusives, instead of at a Character Meal. I’d recommend the Character Meals for your regular park ticket days.

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