Mom With Kids After RunDisney; Mickey Fantasia Hat; Donald Duck Hat; Goofy Hat
  • On Jul 4, 2015
    Lynn Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    traveling with my daughter 6 yrs with a severe peanut allergy wondering about dining in all types of places table, quick serve and of course ice cream/ desserts. Also was wondering if there is a food delivery service that will deliver to our room thanks

    Hi Lynn!

    My son has multiple food allergies and our family has found all of the Chefs and Cast Members at Walt Disney World Resort have done an amazing job with his Special Dietary Requirements! I like to use the Walt Disney World Resort section of to help get an idea of the restaurants that may be safe for my little Mouseketeer. You can enter the food you are avoiding and the resort area you will be visiting to get an idea of Guest experiences at the area's restaurants. I find it really helpful to get an idea of how other Guests with similar dietary requirements experienced each location.

    If you are dining at a table-service restaurant, note the peanut allergy on your reservation, notify your server of the allergy and speak to the Chef to select a safe and tasty meal for your daughter. One Chef even making him "bread" from pizza dough so the entire family could enjoy bread service together. For quick-service restaurants and stands, notify a Cast Member or manager of the allergy and they can help you select a safe food option. They usually have an allergy binder at the location that contains ingredient lists for options on the menu. Walt Disney World Resort will be rolling allergy-safe menus out to table-service and quick-service locations, which will be incredibly helpful in ordering safely.

    My fellow panelists recommend Garden Grocers for grocery delivery services and I will be trying them on our next visit. When accommodating food allergies, I recommend bringing a special treat, such as safe chocolate or fruit snacks, to avoid disappointment if something just isn't safe. It isn't the same, but will go a long way to distract until you can find other magic in the park!

    T-T-F-N, ta ta for now!

    ~Crystal B.
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Meet the Panelist: Crystal, Colorado

Hi! I’m Crystal and I’m a wife and mommy to three little Mouseketeers. My husband and I have been enjoying Disney Parks since before we were married, and now we take our children to see Mickey and the gang as often as we can, while  managing my oldest son's food allergies. Planning is key for my family to ensure that everyone has a safe and fun trip to our favorite place and it can be just as exciting as the trip itself. I can’t wait to help you plan your next adventure there, too! Learn More About Crystal

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