All that and more inside ‘Food Allergies at Disney World Made Easy’
Disney World is the most magical place on earth… unless you’ve spent countless hours researching, worrying about what to eat, and all the other needed information (and you haven’t even left for vacation yet!)
Don’t let the planning and fear get in the way of a magical trip full of precious memories…
Join 100’s of other families who’ve discovered the magic of a Disney World Vacation while eating delicious and safe allergy friendly foods across the resort.
In order to have the right expectations, it’s important to know that there is no fully comprehensive food guide available for Disney World. It doesn’t exist by Disney, a blogger or a travel agent. (it would have solved a lot of problems for me if it existed!)
Because suppliers change, and supply chain issues happen, this is a Touring Plan + Top 8 allergen Snack Guide (including some corn/sesame/dyes). So that you’ll know where to eat at the parks and resorts, what to do about breakfast, what snacks to get, how to change plans last minute, secret menu items and more.
Just like a ride could take 5 minutes to 20 minutes to an hour, but it’s still a recommended ride, no two allergy meals will be exactly the same.
This guide is guaranteed to make your vacation easier, it will give you the blueprint you need to plan your vacation, and will save you at least an hour looking for safe snacks (or your money back!)
– are confident eating out
-know exactly what to ask the Chef or Manager to avoid cross contact for your allergens
-Can easily change plans if your safe food isn’t available
-just need to know recommended places to eat for your allergies
-and what snacks to grab based on the allergen info
Any of these apply:
– this is your first Disney World Trip
– You are new to dietary needs
– You are coming from outside the United States
-There is a teen/young adult who is headed to Disney Solo and managing food on their own
-There are caregivers or other family involved ordering for a child with food allergies
This is the 2022 update! I’ll update this guide if something serious happens, or as 5 or more snacks/restaurants get changes to make sure it stays relevant (without spamming you with minor changes!)
This is a great guide for you! You’ll see the best places to eat, the snack options available to you, and know what to expect when ordering food.
All top 8 common allergens recognized in the US, plus gluten.
The top 8 allergens are Wheat, Dairy, Soy, Egg, Peanut, Treenut, Shellfish and Fish.
Sesame labeling goes into effect in 2023 and I will update the guide to reflect that new information.
Disney has recently started listed Corn, so where the information is available I am updating the guides to provide it.
Instead of focusing on the just restaurants, this food allergy guide emphasizes strategies and information important to know for your vacation.
Yep! Everything is immediate access. You’ll get an email for any updates.
This guide is guaranteed to save you at least an hour of research. If this doesn’t save you at least an hour of planning and research time, Let me know within 7 days and receive a refund. Instances past 7 days will be a case by case basis. Please email me! Seely @ mouseearmemories.com
Hi! I’m Seely,
If your here, then you understand that food is both a welcome source of energy and a big source of stress.
Now there’s extra work, extra anxiety and extra research just to do normal everyday things.
It’s not all bad news thought… this free from community is amazing. Happy to Internet meet you!
Even better? You’ve got all the research and tips for a magical allergy friendly vacation at Disney World right at your fingertips
From a mom who gets it,
Disclaimer: This information is assembled in good faith, The Author is not employed, endorsed, sponsored or affiliated with Disney World, it’s parent companies or subsidiaries.
The author makes no claims for accuracy as Disney and company can modify menu and offerings at any time.
This is not a medical device.