*This post contains ingredient information from July 24, 2016. Always double-check with a cast member to ensure that an item is safe for your special dietary need before consuming.
Orlando can be a very warm place, no matter the time of year, so if you’re visiting Walt Disney World, chances are you’ve been looking for a cool treat. In a past podcast episode, I covered some of my favorites cool treats (including the No Way Jose sundae from Beaches & Cream), but in this post we’ll be looking at the ice cream cart offerings which you can find at any Disney theme park.
On a recent visit, I stopped by one of the carts while checking out information about the freshly popped popcorn at Disney and asked if I could see the information about ice cream. Here are some of the photos from the special dietary needs binder. I will be adding to this post, as I did not get photos for all of their special dietary needs offerings.
One of the most popular Disney ice cream treats is the Mickey Bar. As you can see, the ingredients do not note that it contains gluten and there does not appear to be any “made in a facility” warnings either (you will see those on some other ingredients images).
Mickey Bars have often had mixed information about whether they are gluten free or not. By the current ingredients, they do look to be gluten free.
The Frozen Olaf Bar is gluten free and dairy free, but does contain a warning that the items are processed in a facility that also processes those ingredients.
Sadly, the Mickey Ice Cream Bar sandwich is a no go for gluten free and dairy free.
The frozen fruit bars are something I’ve been offered a lot, and I’m not really a fan of. I would probably avoid this due to the processing in the same facility warning.
What are your favorite cool treats at Disney?