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Last Updated 2/14/2017

If you have a new special dietary needs sheet and want to share it with readers, you can send menu images to me via email.

Magic Kingdom

Epcot

Hollywood Studios

Animal Kingdom

All Stars Movies Resort

All Stars Sports Resort

Animal Kingdom Lodge Resort

Jambo House

Kidani Village

Art of Animation Resort

Beach Club Resort

Boardwalk Resort

Caribbean Beach Resort

Contemporary Resort

Fort Wilderness Resort

Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Old Key West Resort

Polynesian Resort

Pop Century Resort

Port Orleans French Quarter Resort

Port Orleans Riverside Resort

Saratoga Springs Resort

Wilderness Lodge Resort

Yacht Cub Resort 

Disney Springs

Blizzard Beach

Disneyland

Disneyland Hotel

Disney’s California Adventure

Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel

Universal Orlando

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25 Comment

    1. Jessica says: Reply

      Do you have any information on gluten free dining at the Intermission Food Court in the Disney All Star Music resort in DW?

      1. Sarah says: Reply

        I don’t have the menus listed for All Stars Music, but if you check out the ones for All Stars Sports and Movies, they should be the same or very similar. Hope that helps!

  1. MchL Mills says: Reply

    Thanks so much for your website. My question is – are these the only places at WDW with a dedicated gluten free menu? Will I be able to find some gluten free things around the parks as long as I ask at the restaurant or snack place I am visiting? I plan on taking some food with me. I am gluten free and dairy free as well. Thanks for your help.

    1. Sarah says: Reply

      These aren’t the only places that have dedicated “gluten free menus” (there are a few more). Disney is testing these out but most restaurants don’t have them. That doesn’t mean you won’t be able to get options while at restaurants. To the contrary! Disney is a bounty for gluten free & dairy free options. Just ask the cast member at any snack kiosk or restaurant and they will be able to assist. Not all locations (especially snack carts) have options but most do. My go to snack is Disney popcorn! It is gluten free & dairy free, believe it or not (made with coconut oil!). Let me know if I can help with any specific questions or restaurants!

      1. Rob says: Reply

        Do you have any information about Gluten and dairy free menu at ‘Ohana Restaurant’ in Polynsian Hotel please

        1. Sarah says: Reply

          Hi Rob – I don’t have the updated menu options right now (6/15) however, I’m dining there in July 2015 and will have updated information then! Stay tuned to the blog! 🙂

          1. Rob Quick says:

            Hi Sarah, thanks for coming back to me. We have a family group going to DW on 19/12/15 to 1/12/16, we’re told to book early for our Christmas Day family meal (there are 14 of us) and we can book as of 21/6/15 just 3 days away. So if you have any suggestions where we could book safe in the knowledge that there will be suitable Dairy and Gluten free options it would be great to hear them.

            Thanks, Rob

          2. Sarah says:

            Always happy to help to help Rob! Feel free to drop me an email at gfdf [dot] wdw [at] gmail [dot] com and we can talk about some suggestions! If you list personal food preferences and if you’ve dined at any other Disney resorts that will be helpful too!

        2. Rebecca says: Reply

          Just curious if you were able to dine at the O’hana Restaurant and if you had any further info? Thank you, love your blog, SO helpful!

          1. Sarah says:

            I’ve dined at Ohana recently and should have a review up soon! They still do a great job with special dietary neesd (and don’t have an allergy menu currently). I would recommend checking out some of my previous reviews as they haven’t changed much in the offerings. So glad to hear that you’ve found the blog helpful! 🙂

  2. MchL Mills says: Reply

    Wow! You’re fast with a reply! Thanks for the information. After I posted my question, I did see where you had other restaurants listed with gluten free dairy free options. Makes me feel more confident about eating there. I really appreciate your insight. Many thanks.

    1. Sarah says: Reply

      You’re so welcome! I eat a lot all throughout the parks & resorts, so definitely ask if you have a specific restaurant in mind. Chances are I’ve covered it, at least once! 🙂

  3. Gina Maffie says: Reply

    Hi,
    I have been looking around and haven’t found that much info on the snacks in the park, particularly ice cream. Do you know if the Mickey ice cream bars or those Itzakadoozle (not sure if I got that right) ice pops are GF?
    Thanks!!

  4. Tanya Bae says: Reply

    LOVE THESE! Thanks for having a place to share them!

  5. Shari R says: Reply

    I’m going to Disney in October 2015 and I went about 4 years ago when my daughter. My daughter is 8 and is highly allergic to Dairy which makes eating things away a little harder. I know Disney has Silk milk and a few other things that are Dairy free. I just read today the Popcorn is dairy free (very exciting!) and the pretzels (in most cases) Do you know if the Dole Whips are dairy free? AND Do you know if most places have dairy free (Daiya) cheese? I can always give her fruit and make a jelly sandwich but that gets old quickly. Just trying to prepare, We have to start planning our meals in another 30-45 days 🙂

    1. Sarah says: Reply

      The Dole Whips are technically dairy free; however, I would get them from the Polynesian’s Pineapple Lanai location because they have individual dispensers to avoid cross contamination! Some locations carry Daiya but not most. I would recommend contacting Disney’s special diets department and they will give you a list of the current locations that carry Daiya! Hope that helps! 🙂

  6. Laura says: Reply

    During my recent trip to the pineapple Lanai, I was told that the vanilla Dole Whip is not dairy free because it has casein. Not sure about the pineapple flavor though.

    1. Sarah says: Reply

      Yep, the vanilla is not dairy free because of the casein but the fruit flavors are gluten free and dairy free (and do not contain casein). The Pineapple Lanai also has some reduced cross contamination because they mix the flavors in different containers from what I’ve been told.

  7. Rob Quick says: Reply

    Sorry Sarah, should read until 1/1/16

    Rob

  8. Ashton says: Reply

    Oh wow, so La Hacienda doesn’t have any GF dessert choices? I thought I saw on GFinorlando that they had a few.

    1. Sarah says: Reply

      It looks like they didn’t list them, but I thought that Alexis from GF in Orlando had noted that they had some (I think the corn ice cream). I would check with the restaurant to see if they can offer any items.

  9. Newsie says: Reply

    Thank you!!!!!!!!

    1. Sarah says: Reply

      You’re welcome! I’m glad it was helpful! 🙂

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