by Allergy Free Mouse | May 30, 2019 9:58 am
At last, we have a menu with food allergy options at Disneyland! These menus are from Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo and they have many options. HOWEVER, be sure to speak to a chef if you have questions or may want to ask him or her to tweak something else you might like.
Disney hasn’t listed food allergy options for the following, but they may add options soon:
Milk Stand (while there are no food allergies mentioned here, the “milk” is “Plant-based blend of Coconut and Rice milks”)
Source URL: http://www.allergyfreemouse.com/2019/05/food-allergy-options-at-star-wars-galaxys-edge-disneyland/
by Allergy Free Mouse | May 28, 2019 3:10 pm
Still no details on the Batuu food allergy options at Galaxy’s Edge, other than we know the Blue Milk is dairy free and plant-based. But we don’t yet know which plants. We hope to find out more in the very near future. In the meantime, Disney released this video to tell everyone about the food and beverages at Disneyland’s Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge.
Source URL: http://www.allergyfreemouse.com/2019/05/video-star-wars-galaxys-edge-food-and-beverages/
by Allergy Free Mouse | March 2, 2019 1:35 pm
While we don’t yet have information about food allergies for the Galaxy Edge dining experiences, we are getting a sneak peek from our friends at Galactic Mouse about the types of food we’ll find in Black Spire Outpost. We expect, after the fantastic allergy-friendly options created for Pandora’s Satu’li Canteen, there will be similar options at the locations listed below.
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo: We all have to eat, right? Chef Strono “Cookie” Tuggs has traveled throughout the galaxy following his longtime gig as the chef at Maz Kanata’s castle on Takodana, surviving the attach of First Order. Now he brings exotic flavors and unusual dishes to his traveling diner “Tuggs’ Grub.”
A sampling of what you will find at Tuggs’ Grub, include the Ithorian Garden Loaf, a plant-based “meatloaf” that comes served with roasted vegetable mash, seasonal vegetables, and mushroom sauce. Another delicious option is the Smoked Kaadu Ribs, similar to country sticky pork ribs. They are accompanied by a unique blueberry corn muffin and cabbage slaw.
Ronto Roasters – This one features a unique twist, as a recycled podracing engine fires up a spit of exotic meats, meticulously turned by a former smelter droid, 8D-J8. Can’t wait to try that one!
Kat Saka’s Kettle – This one is a street market stalls, where the grain vendor sells the ever-popular Outpost Mix, which is a blend of sweet, savory and spicy popcorn.
Milk Stand – Another street market stall to get your farm-fresh blue milk or green milk, direct from Bubo Wamba Family Farms. Mmm, sounds delish. (of course, those with dairy allergies will skip this one entirely, unless the offer some dairy-free choices)
As you can see, no food allergy information, yet. We’ll pass it along as soon as we get it, likely in June or July, when we visit Disneyland’s Galaxy’s Edge. Read the latest Disney Star Wars news at Galactic Mouse.
Source URL: http://www.allergyfreemouse.com/2019/03/food-allergies-at-galaxys-edge/
by Allergy Free Mouse | March 2, 2019 10:39 am
This news comes from our friends at the Disney Food Blog, via their Instagram feed. The Magic Kingdom has added raspberry, lemon, and mango to the current lineup of pineapple and vanilla. Remember, the vanilla has casein. However, the new Dole flavors are all top 8 free according to the Soft Serve section of the Dole website.
With these new flavors, the Culinary Imagineers created some new treats and they can be found at the following locations:
Aloha Isle – Hei Hei Cone – Blue Cone filled with a layer of Pineapple Dole Whip®, Raspberry Soft-serve, Sugar-Piece Eyes and a Sour Candy ‘Comb’
Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies – Adventures Are Out There Cone – This “Up”-themed Mango Dole whip cone is covered with milk chocolate pearls held together with white chocolate!
Storybook Treats – The Lost Princes Cone – Lemon Dole Whip dressed up as Rapunzel with edible flower decorations!
Remember to check each location’s allergy book for the cone and other ingredients.
Source URL: http://www.allergyfreemouse.com/2019/03/new-dole-whip-flavors-at-the-magic-kingdom-top-8-free/
by Allergy Free Mouse | February 28, 2019 4:28 pm
The Disney Culinary Imagineers did an amazing job putting together a menu with many delicious and unique allergen-free meals. First, it’s a bit different from most other quick service locations, which is probably due to its Asian influences. First, you select your protein, like chicken, beef, tofu or shrimp. The chicken and beef are wood-grilled at a station visible upon entering the canteen. The tofu is chili-spiced and fried. Next, you select a base, such as rice or noodles, then you pick a sauce. They also have a list of combinations to make ordering easy. See the menu for the full list.
Our favorite is the chicken, rice and bean sauce, which is more of a mildly spicy vinaigrette sauce. It’s delicious and we always ask for extra. This option is straight off the menu and is free of dairy, peanut and tree nut. However, we still specify our allergies when ordering. They do have an allergy menu, of course. However, after discovering this fantastic combination, we only consult it to make sure nothing has changed. You may notice on the allergy-friendly menu, most of the options are the same across allergen categories, except for fish/shellfish and soy.
As a Disney World Passholder, we have the luxury of entering a park just for a meal. On this last trip to Disney World, we made the trip on the fabulous Disney Transportation System bus all the way to Animal Kingdom just for lunch at Satu’li Canteen. It is that good. Of course, we also stopped at Tamu Tamu for a Dole Whip.
Source URL: http://www.allergyfreemouse.com/2019/02/satuli-canteen-with-dairy-peanuts-and-tree-nuts/
by Allergy Free Mouse | February 26, 2019 6:44 am
We first met Chef Ricardo back in 2013 at The Pepper Market in Disney’s Coronado Springs resort. Later, as many chefs do, he moved on, landing at Cabana Bay Resort (with Chef Paul and other former Disney Chefs) and continued to take excellent care of us and others with food allergies.
Well, look who we ran into at Disney’s Grand Floridian resort! He works in the kitchen that serves 1900 Park Fare, The Grand Floridian Cafe and Gasparilla Island Grill. Stop by either and, if you ask for the chef, you might find Chef Ricardo, who will take great care of you.
P.S. We stopped in at Cabana Bay Resort two days later and caught up with Chef Paul!
Source URL: http://www.allergyfreemouse.com/2019/02/our-old-friend-is-back-at-disney/
by Allergy Free Mouse | December 30, 2018 2:06 pm
We stopped for a dairy-free, nut-free snack of French fries at Electric Umbrella. The cashier told us the fries were cooked in a dedicated fryer but forgot to note the food allergy. When I noticed the omission on the receipt, I asked her about it so there was no possibility of cross-contamination in the kitchen. She called a manager and the manager personally prepared the fries.
Source URL: http://www.allergyfreemouse.com/2018/12/quick-snack-at-electric-umbrella-in-epcot/
by Allergy Free Mouse | April 10, 2018 12:12 pm
We have eaten here a few times and they do a great job! My daughter is allergic to wheat, dairy, all nuts and shellfish. They prepared a safe meal for her, and even had warm rolls for her to start! We will certainly be there again on our next trip to Disney World!
If you would like to review Hollywood Brown Derby or any Disney restaurant, submit a food allergy dining Quick Review.
Source URL: http://www.allergyfreemouse.com/2018/04/hollywood-brown-derby-dining-free-of-wheat-dairy-nuts-and-shellfish/
by Allergy Free Mouse | April 10, 2018 12:00 pm
It was my first time eating GF at Disney. Chef Boone came out and spoke to me personally, letting me know what was safe and what wasn’t. I got my own GF rolls, and a plate of rice, vegetables, and delicious chicken wings. The salad and all the meats were safe. I also got my own dessert of chocolate chip cake and ice cream with fresh berries. Chef Boone and the staff were great, and my meal was excellent! I highly recommend ‘Ohana for GF dinner!
If you would like to review ‘Ohana or any Disney restaurant, submit a food allergy dining Quick Review.
Source URL: http://www.allergyfreemouse.com/2018/04/ohana-gluten-free-quick-review/
by Allergy Free Mouse | March 25, 2018 10:54 pm
Welcome to our seventh episode! Amy, Larry, Lizzie, and Jeff discuss food allergy menus, dining tips and what to expect when dining at Disney World with food allergies.
Source URL: http://www.allergyfreemouse.com/2018/03/food-allergy-fastpass-7/
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