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Gluten free snacks?

bsmartin2000

Active Member
Original Poster
Does anyone know where I can get a list of gluten free snacks? We have the DDP for our trip in August and my grandson is allergic to gluten and beef.
 

Lynn13

New Member
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Hello....this was my concern originally, but after extensive research, ;), I'm quite satisfied that I'll have no trouble finding gf snacks and great counter service, sit-down dinner choices! Even at buffets, if you inform staff, the chef will even come out and walk you down the line. Most pizza restaurants have gf pizza crusts, and what I'm looking forward to the most, the gf battered fish and chip dinner at Raglan Road! I thought I'd never eat at an Irish pub again! :) all our dinner reservations have a gf note attached, and even the snacks like marshmallow squares at our resort are gf,...gf Rice Krispies, I guess...lol. just do a search for " gluten free snacks at Disneyworld" and you'll be pleasantly surprised. I am packing my favourite gf snack bars for the flight, etc. Don't worry, if I'm not in a panic, you'll be fine. We leave in 2 weeks! :)
 

meyeet

Well-Known Member
The QS next to Raglan Road also has lots of GF options if you're looking for something speedier than a sitdown. We've never had any problems finding GF, Dairy Free or Beef free options on all our trips. The staff is well trained at answering all our questions. Enjoy your trip!
 

Lynn13

New Member
The QS next to Raglan Road also has lots of GF options if you're looking for something speedier than a sitdown. We've never had any problems finding GF, Dairy Free or Beef free options on all our trips. The staff is well trained at answering all our questions. Enjoy your trip!
Thank you!! :)
 

Chip Chipperson

New Member
Some of the QS restaurants have pre-packaged GF brownies and chocolate chip cookies. The brownines are Manifesto brownies and the cookies are by David's, although they could theoretically change the vendors in the future. I prefer the brownies myself, but both are good. I'm not sure if they are DDP-eligible, though, since we haven't used the Dining Plan in a few years. Also, look for gluten free bags of snacks in the resort gift shops. They sometimes have GF snacks packaged as "Snacks With Character" that seem to be Disney-branded versions of snacks you can buy in grocery stores - but be sure to check the labels to make sure they're GF. They usually have soft-baked mini chocolate chip cookies that I think are made by Wow. Again, I'm not sure if they are eligible for snack credits, though.

I wholeheartedly agree with the recommendation to go to Erin McKenna's at Disney Springs. The brownie cupcakes are incredible and have multiple icing flavors available. They also have large thin mint cookies and other cookies, assorted donuts, cakes, crumb cake, brownie bites, etc.
 
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