I can't wait to review all the snacks and places we try while we are there, but this post is all about planning. Today I am sharing some great resources when planning your trip. I have found that especially with travel, it is great to be prepared when you need to eat gluten free. The most frustrating thing while on a trip is to be looking for a place to eat while you are hungry.
These are some of the blogs/websites I have been frequenting to compile my list of safe places.
The great thing about Disney is that most any place can make sure you have something safe to eat or snack on.
There are also a few things you should do before you get to the parks!
ONE When you make your Advance Dining Reservations, make sure to note your special diet on each reservation
TWO When you are 30 days out from your trip (they ask this is the earliest you do it because the menus/ingredients periodically change) email the Special Diets department at Disney SpecialDiets@DisneyWorld.com; or call them at (407) 824-5967
They can send you a list of safe items, or the best places to eat
You can also ask them to make extra notes in all of your reservations about your special diets. Make sure you check especially with the hotel you are staying at to be sure about breakfast options.
THREE Talk to the Chef or Restaurant Manager when you arrive the restaurant.
For the full list of gluten free items at 2014 Food & Wine festival at Epcot visit the Disney Food Blog
Any extra tips? Be sure to leave them below!