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  • On Feb 27, 2024
    Priscilla from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi, I was seeing if you could point me in the right direction for allergy friendly, specifically peanut allergy, treats? I know a lot of the candy stores have peanuts of some form in their candies, but do those stores offer any nut friendly treats treats?

    Hi there, Priscilla!

    Welcome to planDisney! I am very glad that you reached out to us about allergy-friendly treats! Our family has many food allergies, and I understand the importance of finding safe, tasty snacks on vacation. I love that I can always find delicious food that everyone in my family can enjoy at Disneyland Resort!

    Fortunately, there are many peanut-free treats at Disneyland in my experience! Some of our favorite peanut-free snacks can be found in outdoor vending carts located throughout the parks, including popcorn (which often contains coconut oil), pickles (they are extra tasty at Disneyland), Nestle Mickey's Premium Ice Cream Bars, churros, and Minute Maid Frozen Lemonade.

    My kids also love Daisy's Goody-Goody Donuts at Cafe Daisy in Mickey's Toontown. These house-made mini-donuts are covered with cinnamon sugar and served warm. I can't stop eating them! DOLE Whip® Pineapple Soft Serves and Pixar Pier Frosty Parfaits (which often contain coconut) are also a hit with our family. Green Milk and Blue Milk are other refreshing options that can be found at the Milk Stand inside Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge. I am Team Blue Milk, although my kids are divided on which one is their favorite!

    Candy Palace in Disneyland Park, as well as Bing Bong's Sweet Stuff and Trolley Treats in Disney California Adventure Park, usually have peanut-free, prepackaged candy. My kids always take home at least one bag of Gummi Disney Characters. When I was there last month, I found bags of adorable Gummi Butterflies featuring Daisy. I bought one package for my children and another one for me! We usually avoid the freshly made items at these locations because many of the treats contain nuts in the display case. 

    Did you know that you can mobile-order food on the Disneyland mobile app? Many quick-service restaurants have allergy-friendly options that can be ordered directly from your phone! Look for the "Peanut/Tree Nut Allergy-Friendly" section on the menus. Flo's V8 Cafe, Galactic Grill, Alien Pizza Planet, and Smokejumpers Grill have some of our favorite allergy-friendly offerings that can be mobile-ordered. 

    Some peanut-free items are made in the same facility or on the same equipment as peanuts or other nuts. I always recommend checking ingredient lists for all food and talking to a Cast Member before deciding what 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 countless times, and we will continue to do so! 

    Priscilla, I hope this information was helpful. If you have additional questions about dining with food allergies at Disneyland Resort, feel free to contact me directly!

    Wishing you a Great, Big, Beautiful Tomorrow!
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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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