AA Family at Disney's California Adventure; eating; coaster; Farris Wheel
  • On May 22, 2024
    Natalie from Surrey Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello! Is it possible to please receive an allergen list of some of the snacks that can be purchased in Disneyland? My daughter has allergies to milk, egg and nuts / peanuts, and I am vegan but can't have gluten! Thanks so much!

    Hello, Natalie!

    Thank you for reaching out to planDisney. I am happy to help out another family with food allergies and restrictions. Our family has food allergies, and I have always loved that we can find tasty food for our entire family to enjoy at Disneyland Resort. 

    I have found many snacks without milk, eggs, tree nuts, and peanuts during our frequent visits to Disneyland. Daisy's Goody-Goody Donuts are at the top of my kids' "must-eat" list! These plant-based, house-made mini-donuts can be found at Cafe Daisy in Mickey's Toontown in Disneyland Park. We eat them during every trip! I noticed that Daisy's Goody-Goody Donuts have recently been modified with the addition of blueberries, icing, and crunchy cereal. Ask the Cast Member to share the ingredient list before purchasing to ensure they work for your daughter. 

    For a frozen treat, you and your daughter may be able to eat DOLE Whip Pineapple Soft Serves or Pixar Pier Frosty Parfaits. Both are plant-based in my experience, although they usually contain coconut. Another plant-based, refreshing option that typically contains coconut is Blue Milk. Both Blue Milk and Green Milk can be purchased at the Milk Stand inside Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge. Maybe you can sample both and decide which one is your favorite! I am definitely Team Blue Milk!

    The outdoor vending carts located throughout the theme parks offer classic Disneyland treats that may work for your family. Popcorn (which often contains coconut), pickles (one of my favorite snacks!), and Minute Maid Frozen Lemonade are usually plant-based and gluten-friendly. The IncrediCookie is a Gluten-friendly Jam-filled Cookie at Jack-Jack Cookie Num Nums, although it might not be plant-based. I recommend asking to see the ingredient list before consuming anything.

    Bing Bong's Sweet Stuff and Trolley Treats in Disney California Adventure Park, as well as Candy Palace in Disneyland Park, usually have allergy-friendly, prepackaged candy. My kids always pick out at least one bag of Gummi Disney Characters to take home at the end of our vacations. We generally avoid freshly made items at these locations because many treats contain nuts in the display case. 

    Guests with four or more allergies should email Special.Diets@Disneyland.com between 7-14 days prior to your trip to receive updated guidance and suggestions. Additionally, some items are made in the same facility or on the same equipment as some of you and your daughter's allergies. I always recommend checking ingredient lists for all food and beverages, as well as speaking to a Cast Member before deciding what items you feel comfortable consuming. Ingredients can change anytime, and Disneyland cannot guarantee that any item is completely free of allergens. However, my family has safely eaten at Disneyland many times, and we plan to keep doing so! 

    Natalie, I hope this information was helpful. If you have additional questions about dining with food allergies at Disneyland Resort, you are welcome to contact me directly

    Magic Happens!
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Meet the Panelist: Jen, Nevada

Hello from Nevada! I'm Jen - a married mom, social worker, and lifetime collector of Disney experiences. Disneyland Resort has been my "home away from home" since I was a child, and Walt Disney World Resort has become one of my favorite vacations spots as an adult. Whether it's celebrating special occasions, dining with food allergies, or making use of digital tools, I love helping Guests maximize their time and fun while visiting Disney destinations!  Learn More About Jen

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