Here is the current master list of most of the items available at Disney World for the 50th Celebration!
UPDATE: As of January 4th, NO MODIFICATIONS OF ANY KIND will be allowed *per* Disney. So dietary needs, or religious needs are being denied to ‘preserve the image of the 50th treats’
>Update for February 2022- No word back from the multiple emails I’ve sent, but this looks like it’s only at StoryBook treats, Aloha Isle and Sunshine Tree Terrace in Magic Kingdom. All other places are allowing modifications for 50th items. See the breaking news here
While I’m always one to get excited over new allergy friendly options, there’s been so many additions that my stomach can’t keep up. If you enjoy one of the items not listed, send me a message on instagram and I can add your thoughts below!
This does *not* include the fun options at the table service restaurants (as there are many that we hope to review over the coming months!)
Instead, this guide focuses on easy win snacks and desserts that can be found throughout the parks that can be eaten/modified by those with top allergens. (but I still recommend you pack snacks and some other things for a successful food allergy friendly vacation!)
Need more planning help? Be sure to check out our touring guides and food allergy guide books
Disney’s 50th Anniversary Allergy Friendly Snack and Treat Options
EARidescent Sip-a-bration Lemonade is found at various sit down table service locations (this is from Plaza Restaurant in MK). It is a non-alcoholic drink and is made from Minute Maid Lemonade.
The fun part (and why it’s 10 dollars) is that you get to drop in a little candy character to make a magical swirly display.
We weren’t able to drink our character (as no allergen info) but you might have better luck with ingredients. Instead we got lemonade and a fun cup to take home.
50th anniversary treat at Sunshine Terrace- the Sparking Sunshine. Find this in Magic Kingdom, and see ingredients and special notes here.
Also at Magic Kingdom is the Mislabeled Gluten Free Celebration Cake. Read more about that here!
This is found at starbucks, and while the labeling is better, they have still decided to keep this mislabeled cake!
50th Anniversary Dessert Cheesecake (seen below!)- gluten free. (contains dairy, soy, treenuts shared facility)
It’s SO shiny! I was very surprised to see how sparkly this was in person, and that alone made me want to get it! The bottom layer is an almond cake, and the top is a raspberry cheesecake dome (my husband said it tasted like strawberry gogurt). If you feel comfortable mobile ordering, this can be acquired at many of the quick service restaurants at the resorts. 5.99
50th Anniversary Celebration Macaroon– gluten free. (contains dairy, soy, egg, shared facility) 5.99
Made with purple and blue coloring, and a beautiful castle emblem on top, this macaroon is small yet delightful. (Husband said it was mildly crunchy, very sweet, he wouldn’t get it again). If you feel comfortable mobile ordering, this can be acquired at many of the quick service restaurants at the resorts.
50th Anniversary Dole Whip– comes in lime or pineapple, with a dairy based 50th emblem. Find this at the Pineapple Lanai at The Polynesian. Price is 6.99. This is easily modified to remove the chocolate, and the glitter does contain Red Dye #40.
Classic Mickey Bar, yet make it 50th Anniversary 6.69 Hand Dipped 50th Celebration Mickey’s Premium Bar. Contains Milk and Soy lethcin and Soy oil, Coconut oil. Find it at Drinkwallah in Animal Kingdom.
50th Anniversary Celebration Cupcake– peanut/treenut free. Contains egg, milk, soy and wheat. No CC warning so check in person! this beauty is found at many quick serve locations and Starbucks locations across the parks. Cost is 5.99
50th Celebration Mickey Mouse Dome – peanut/treenut free. Contains egg, milk, soy and wheat. No CC warning so check in person! this beauty is found at many quick serve locations and Starbucks locations across the parks. Cost is 5.99
The Bakeries/Disney Confectionaries have brand new 50th treats. Inside each of the various locations in the parks and Disney Springs you’ll find cookies, cupcakes, marshmallows, candy apples, and crisped rice treats. Learn more about the ingredients.
Popcorn got a 50th makeover. Popcorn is free of most top allergens, it does contain corn and coconut oil. Just follow your nose to find it all over, and grab a disposable or reusable 50th popcorn bucket.
Doom Berry Blackberry Ginger Beer with Earidescent sugar and a haunted mansion straw. 4.99 Contains Fever Tree Ginger Beer, Monin Blackberry flavor, Hartles Blue Raspberry Slushy Syrup. This is found at Sleepy Hollow in Magic Kingdom. I did modify to remove the blue raspberry syrup for dyes. This is a top allergen free item!
Giant Milk Chocolate with Popping Candy found at various resorts. This contains Milk, Soy, Red Dye #40 and Corn. It is produced on shared equipment with wheat, peanuts and treenuts.
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