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Old 06-20-2012, 11:14 AM   #31
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OMG...I have been weepy already just looking at the pics and reading about other positive gluten free experiences at Disney. I was thinking it was because I was tired but I think it is just that Disney Magic. Bring on the tears! I am ready!

DD has had 2 years of surgeries/tests and pain....and it has been better now that we finally have some answers. She was a trooper through it all and kept her straight A's and 3 sports with band as well. We went on 2 Disney Adventures in France and Italy where she struggled with stomach issues. Not this time!!
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Old 06-20-2012, 11:15 AM   #32
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Looking forward to following this thread! I love looking at all the food pics. My son has over 20+ food allergies and we were on the dining plan on our visit last Aug. With all his allergies, there was only one place he could order from the kids menu. He was treated as a Prince the whole week! I will post pics later.
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Old 06-20-2012, 11:23 AM   #33
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OMG...I have been weepy already just looking at the pics and reading about other positive gluten free experiences at Disney. I was thinking it was because I was tired but I think it is just that Disney Magic. Bring on the tears! I am ready!
Yup, a little weepy here too. On our first day of our last trip for lunch at LTT, I got choked up when my sons were served two of the biggest, best looking burgers I've ever seen. The look on their faces was pure magic! Sorry, no pictures though.

It is such a wonderful thing for our kids to get to experience eating in a restaurant, like "normal" kids, and to be treated so wonderfully. I look forward to contributing to this thread after our next trip.
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Old 06-22-2012, 08:46 AM   #34
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Cape May

Rice milk Flan made for my son. The chef called me before our trip and made this for him. The chef also prepared some fresh food for him.

Cosmic Rays'

There was nothing DS could have at Cosmic Ray's, so the manager and chef went to another place and brought him back 2 salads. They weren't sure if he would like lobster or tuna better. He also got ELF cookies, orange juice, and grapes while he was waiting. All for the price of one qs kid's credit!
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Aug 2009- DS first trip! -POP
Tons more trips before then offsite with my first trip at only 6 weeks old. My cousin that went as our babysitter is now a CM!

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Old 06-22-2012, 08:59 AM   #35
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Cape May

My DS is allergic to over 20 foods, but can actually have seafood. Yes, he ate this whole bucket of clams! You can also see the fresh fish and green beans in the background the chef made for him. He had crab legs too. Out of all the places we tried all week, he ate the best at Cape May. He was a tiny (still is tiny) 4 yr old at that point. We will be going back there, and I hope on every trip.

POP

We stayed at POP, and most of his snacks and qs meals came from there. The chef called me several times before our trip, so he would be prepared for him. He ordered the watermelon just for him. He prepared special shrimp for him too. He got OJ for a drink and Divvies popcorn with his meal. The was one qs kids credit. Because my son is allergic to soo many things, he isn't able to order off the kid's menu for the DDP. They catered to him, and prepared what he could eat. As far as meats go, my son can only have seafood and lamb. (sorry I don't like posting my son's pics all over the internet, so I blacked him out.) I will post more pics later.
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Old 06-22-2012, 04:25 PM   #36
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While gluten free is great for those who need it, that is not an issue for me. Dairy but can have eggs, shellfish but fine with mollusks and fish, mango and aspartame for sure and now I am having issues with beef as well. Any pics of food available with these issues. Diabetic as well but not totally sugar free.
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Old 06-23-2012, 05:02 PM   #37
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I have a gluten intolerance so the pics below are all of GF foods:

Citrico's short ribs - Wish I could remember what the exact item was called. I think those are mashed potatoes under the short ribs.


Citrico’s Tropical Fruit Creme Brulee - with Mango, Pineapple, and Passion Fruit


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French Meadow brownie with whipped cream and fruit. I don't think Disney carries this brand any more. I will probably bring my own on my next trip
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Old 06-23-2012, 06:45 PM   #38
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Wonderful pictures!! Yummmo!
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Old 06-23-2012, 10:03 PM   #39
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More GF items:
Narcoosee's cheese plate with toast made from Ener-G bread


Narcoosee's free range chicken breast with mashed potatoes, spinach, and applewood smoked bacon vinaigrette


Electric Umbrella chicken tenders and baked fries

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Old 06-24-2012, 08:31 AM   #40
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The cake was really yummy. Even my DH who doesn't typically like our gluten free foods enjoyed helping us with it. I also like that they use agave nectar instead of regular sugar and that the flours aren't just standard rice flour but rather they're a bit denser and higher in fiber so that the cake is easier on DH's blood sugar (he's a T2 diabetic). I will warn you that if you're not used to gluten free then it does have a flavour that kind of makes me think of a health food cake but my family definitley gobbled it all up.
My DD also has a tree nut allergy among others and I was hoping to try Babycakes on our next trip. When I read their website it does say the flour they use is processed on a line with almond flour.

We typically stay away from any products that could have this cross contamination risk.

Has anyone had these same concerns about Babycakes or have encountered any kind of reactions from this?

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Old 06-24-2012, 09:34 AM   #41
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My DD also has a tree nut allergy among others and I was hoping to try Babycakes on our next trip. When I read their website it does say the flour they use is processed on a line with almond flour.

We typically stay away from any products that could have this cross contamination risk.

Has anyone had these same concerns about Babycakes or have encountered any kind of reactions from this?

Thanks!
Did you also read their practice regarding tossing the first 30lb? Obviously only you can decide if this is sufficient for you or still poses a risk.
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The Narcoosee's cheese plate with toast made from Ener-G bread looks awesome!!!!!!
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My DD also has a tree nut allergy among others and I was hoping to try Babycakes on our next trip. When I read their website it does say the flour they use is processed on a line with almond flour.

We typically stay away from any products that could have this cross contamination risk.

Has anyone had these same concerns about Babycakes or have encountered any kind of reactions from this?

Thanks!
I have a peanut, tree nut, egg, and oat allergy (along with some other things...). I eat at babycakes all the time here in LA. My tree nut allergy is not as severe as my peanut allergy (that allergy is very severe) and I've never been concerned about eating there. I probably eat 5-6 things from there every month and have never had any problems. But obviously, its up to you and your comfort with it. But HTH!!
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Old 07-04-2012, 06:03 PM   #45
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I love this thread! Count me in on posting some pictures soon for gluten free and dairy free meals. Loving pics already posted!
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