Must get Treats at Disney Springs Gluten Free Bakery (Erin Mckenna’s)

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There’s nothing like a bakery made for you, and Erin Mckenna’s in Disney Springs is likely made for you!

So many great treats to choose from, and so few allergens to worry about. It’s Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Egg Free, Peanut Free, Soy Sensitive and Treenut Sensitive (they use Coconut in the bakery and Bob’s Red Mill which has shared lines with strict allergen procedures).

But the thing with a new place, it’s hard to know what the best options are. And as much as we’d like to buy everything in the store (and you might do that), it’s nice to know the fan favorites ahead of time! So next time you’re headed to this gluten free bakery in disney springs , be sure to grab one of the favorites below.

⭐ If this is your First Time to Disney World, you’ll want all the insider tips and done for you plans found in the Food Allergies at Disney World Made Easy Guide , If you’ve been here before and just need the best places to eat and snacks, see the Touring Plan and Snack Guide. Just Gluten Free? There’s a guide for that too!

***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.***

Quick Info about Erin Mckenna’s Gluten Free Bakery at Disney Springs

Erin Mckenna’s in Disney Springs is Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Soy Free, and Egg Free. They can also accommodate Corn Free options with advanced notice.

What about Erin Mckenna’s in Disney Springs Nut Free? Per Erin Mckenna’s posted signs, they are technically nut free, but due to FDA’s classification on Coconuts, they cannot claim nut free status as they use Coconut in the bakeries.

The bakery is 100% Peanut Free, but they do use a flour from Bob’s Red Mill that is processed on shared Treenut equipment including almonds, pecans, walnuts, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts and cashews. While Bob’s Red Mill uses strict allergen procedures, some people feel that this is out of their comfort zone.

Learn more about Erin Mckenna’s Allergy Friendly Bakery Here

The Best items from Erin McKenna’s Gluten Free Bakery Disney Springs

Erin Mckenna’s is a crowd pleaser, and some options are better than others! Here’s the top 7 favorites.

7. Kitchen Sinks

Several folks have mentioned the Kitchen Sinks, and I’m also a fan! These do tend to sell out earlier in the day, and sometimes they can be very dry (as they are the leftover product from the days before).

But the good news is that there are packed full of treats, and reasonably priced!

6. Pineapple Upside Down Cake

I’ve never been able to try this personally (hello pineapple allergy!) but this little cake gets rave reviews! Plus side, it’s a bigger serving and I’ve never heard anything bad about it (haven’t tried it with a pineapple allergy!)

5. Thin Mints

Maybe your like me and millions of others who grew up with girl scout cookies, but thin mints were my jam as a kid! So it’s a good thing Erin McKenna’s does a bang up job with their own allergy friendly thin mints (they are so good it literally time travels you to better times).

4. Whoopie Pies

My number one request on the ‘is it any good list’ is the Whoopie Pies. I get so many questions about these little pies (And so many comments about how good they are!).

Super creamy, bigger than Whoopie Pies you find in the store, and sometimes with seasonal flavors, these are a win!

3. Coffee Cake/ Lemon Tea Cake

Number three starts the ‘These might be sold out when you stop by’ section of favorites at Erin McKennas!

The Tea Cakes, which come in several flavors, are ridiculously good. They are very moist and heavy, with perfectly balanced flavors! If there’s an item you want to get for breakfast, I’d absolutely recommend these tea cakes!

2. Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich

New this year, and worth every dollar (of which they are many) is the Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich. It’s perfection and so big you can split it with a friend (or risk brain freeze for yourself, but like I said #worthit).

  1. Donuts

If there’s one thing most people can agree on, it’s the donuts. These are loved by many folks, including those who don’t need to eat gluten free or vegan or any of the above. Erin McKenna’s just makes a really good classic donut! 10/10 recommend!

There’s more great eats at Disney!

So many treats that it’s hard to list them all. There’s the top Gluten Free Treats, some of these beignets that people rave about (including myself) and this list of allergy friendly snacks at Disney World

Everyone should eat well on vacation! Learn more common questions and concerns in the Food Allergy FAQ or the Gluten Free Disney FAQ.

Plus the latest Disney News when it comes to Food Restrictions, eats, and offerings. Connect with the MouseEarMemory Allergy Community at the socials listed below or @Mouse.Ear.Memories

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