Seasonal Fall Foods- Gluten Free and Allergy free Walt Disney World

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It’s fall, it’s fall! Kinda… ok, not really. It’s august.

BUT. Disney (and starbucks) have rolled out the seasonal goodies so it deserves a post and all the PSL! woooooo.

Seriously though. I just want to share the fun treats that those with allergies can enjoy. Find the goodies, the pics AND the menus below!

Check out the Allergy Free and Gluten Free Offerings at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party

Where’s it happening

It’s happening all over the place! Well for right now (till we get some more inside deets) we know that Port Orleans French Quarter and Magic Kingdom are the place to be!

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Pumpkin Spice Beignets- Port Orleans

Hello heavenly beingets. We love these when they are just the plain version, but the pumpkin spice version is delicious!!

Although- if you want my husbands opinion (kinda no, but Imma tell you anyways) he said it tastes similar to french toast. My non-gluten free aunt agreed with them. I’m pretended they didn’t say anything as I roll around (literally, these things are messy!) in powdered sugar and eat as many beignets as my poor stomach can handle.

these yummy seasonal treats (and the regular version) are top 8 free. You can see all the goodies at Port Orleans in this review.

Pumpkin Spice Milk Shake


I did NOT expect this to be good. Honestly I thought it was gonna be bad, or too sweet or something. Seriously though- it’s good.

Pumpkin Spice Milk Shake allergy ingredient list

Pumpkin Spice Soft Serve Sundae

And yes- besides the candy corns (I’m a horrible person, I know)- this is also a fantastically fun seasonal treat!

Pumpkin Spice Soft Serve Sundae allergen ingredient list

Spooky Rice Krispies

Don’t @ me for listing Rice Krispies. You can see the breakdown of why they aren’t truly gluten free here– but they still don’t list gluten (surprise surprise)


Here’s the ingredient list so you can check for yourself!


What’s the safest allergy free treat?

The safest option would be the beignets at Port Orleans. These are made by a chef, it’s not as rushed of an environment, and they are top 8 free. I’ve eaten these… at least 10 times, with no issue. The problem with some of these other offerings is the very high risk of cross contamination. My husband likes to live on the wild side so he isn’t concerned, but for our kids, we are very picky about where and what they eat. The beignets are great for them (and the restaurant and the entire area are super kid friendly)


YES! DISNEY- we want more safe and fun food offerings. I know I will be eating these all season long. 😍

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