It’s the best time of year at Disney World… and the best time to have food restrictions! Disney has actually outdone themselves this year (a trend we hope continues).
All of these items below will be found at the Disney resorts during various times (I’ll add the times next to each item!). We’ll be there to try the treats and give feedback, so follow along on the blog or social media!
Also at the resorts, you can find the gingerbreads, which are in this seperate 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.***
Available at Various Resorts
Peppermint Bark at Various Locations
Likely Allergens: No top 8 or Dairy/Soy. Made in Shared Facility.
Walking in a Plant-based Snowland at All Value and Several Moderate Resorts Dec 1.- December 31st
Confirmed Allergens: No Top 8 Allergens. Contains Corn. Labeled Gluten Friendly and Plant Based
We also had a Fall Cupcake this year with the same base… looks like this is going to be a fun seasonal item!
Suspected Gluten Friendly- All Star Christmas tree at All Star Resorts Dec 1- Dec 31.
Likely Contains Dairy, Eggs and Treenuts.
‘Olu Mel Christmas Float at the Polynesian from Dec 22- Dec 26.
Labeled Gluten Friendly. Lime Dole Whip contains coconut. Chocolate Medallion contains Dairy and Nuts (ask to modify!)
Peppermint Mickey Beignets at Port Orleans Scat Cat’s resort December 1-December 31.
Santa’s Forest: Peppermint Cheesecake, chocolate cake, and fondant holiday décor at Roaring Fork in Disney’s Wilderness Lodge (Available Dec. 18 through 29)
Likely allergens: Labeled Plant Based and Gluten Friendly, likely contains Soy and Treenuts and Corn.
Winter-rita: Teremana Tequila, Triple Sec, white cranberry juice, and lime juice with lime wheel and red salt rim (New) (Available Nov. 28 through Dec. 31)
Teremana is certified gluten free.
Also note, there are many meals in this guide, and it’s likely that with the right Chef, they can modify or substitute options for your allergy. This is an area that I would encourage a reservation and contact Special Diets as soon as possible to ask about Holiday offerings over the week of December 25th.
That’s all for that guide
See the original Disney Foodie Guide here
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