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Old 06-09-2014, 10:21 PM   #1
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Sunshine season's GF breakfast

Do they have GF waffles, pancakes, or toast for breakfast.

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Have you visited Gluten Free & Dairy Free at Walt Disney World ? Sarah has menus, restaurant reviews, etc. for gluten-free eating!


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On our last trip we did a gluten free dairy free Sunshine Seasons for breakfast. They had the most delicious eggs. I don't know why they were so good, but they were the best I've had in years (maybe ever). And bacon and potatoes, fruit, juice, coffee, and those EnjoyLife candy bars were available there. They did have some sort of gluten free muffins or bread options, but they seemed unsure how to warm them and I didn't really care about it, so I opted to skip it. You can see our SS breakfast here. Enjoy! We ate here after riding Soarin
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Old 06-25-2014, 10:32 PM   #4
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On our last trip we did a gluten free dairy free Sunshine Seasons for breakfast. They had the most delicious eggs. I don't know why they were so good, but they were the best I've had in years (maybe ever). And bacon and potatoes, fruit, juice, coffee, and those EnjoyLife candy bars were available there. They did have some sort of gluten free muffins or bread options, but they seemed unsure how to warm them and I didn't really care about it, so I opted to skip it. You can see our SS breakfast here. Enjoy! We ate here after riding Soarin
Thanks for your review. I was hoping there was some GF toast. I loved the type I had at Kouzzina the last time. I actually loved my GF breakfast options there........sad to see it go. I will be at BWV in October, so I don't think there will be anything in that spot by then.
Trying to get some breakfast options. We have Cape May and Captain's Grill booked. Looking for something else close by. I would love Kona, but with no rental car this time, it's a pain to get there and back early in the morning.
Anyone with any other thoughts? I think we are getting the Deluxe Dining plan this time as we have a bunch of signature restaurants we want to do.
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The Captain Grill has a fantastic breakfast. In fact, all their meals were great. the chef who worked there when we dined there was very clever and accommodating and he brought us out some delightful dishes, modified for our allergies. The breakfast was a hit, for certain. I know we had gluten free waffles at Cape May, but it is very loud and chaotic in there (even for Disney) LOL! We do take cabs to other resorts for meals. I love breakfast at Wilderness Lodge. It's really fun and a lovely atmosphere, and they can make the gluten free and dairy free items there, as well.
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