New: Easter Grand Floridian ‘Grand Cottage’ Allergy and Gluten Free options 2023

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Located on the Monorail loop and a quick walk from Magic Kingdom, the Grand Floridian Resort offers fun seasonal options for different holidays.

This year we’re back with The Grand Cottage, a smaller version of the Gingerbread house offered during the winter holidays, and packed full of fun treats!

Last year we had some really good options, and I’m happy to see that more options have returned.

***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.***

The Grand Cottage at The Grand Floridian Resort 2023 Options

Located inside the Grand Floridian Lobby, this cute treat stand is a fun way to celebrate Spring!

All of these are ‘Gluten Friendly’ in that they are made in a shared bakery. There are all allergens present, and some allergy procedures used. Since nothing is labeled ‘ gluten friendly’ we have to assume that these items are made with shared equipment.

Prices are reasonable for the options, as this is considered a Deluxe Resort with Premium Offerings. There are more options than the 6 listed in this post. You can see the full offering on the Menu Price list image below.

The Orange Scented Cookie Sandwich contains Milk, Eggs, Soy

This is a 5/5. Not only is it super cute, but it’s delicious!

Gourmet Artisan Macarons contains Milk, Eggs, Tree Nuts

Milk Chocolate Easter Bunny contains Milk, Soy, Peanuts and Tree Nuts

The Grand Egg and Jellybeans contains Milk, Soy, Peanuts, Tree Nuts (Coconut)

Fruity Mickey Pop contains Milk, Soy

Caramel Chocolate Popcorn contains Milk, Soy, Peanuts and Tree Nuts

How to get to The Grand Floridian Resort to see the Grand Cottage

If you are staying at the resort, or at one of the other Monorail Resorts (The Polynesian, The Contemporary) head to the Main Lobby of The Grand Floridian.

If you are at Magic Kingdom, you will need to take a boat (not the ferry) or the Resort Monorail. The Walkway is currently closed.

If Driving, you may be able to come in, but most of the time, Security turns people away unless they have a Hotel or Dining Reservation.

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