Disney Eats Part 3

Hi everyone!

It’s time for another Disney post! Gosh, just writing about it makes me wish I was back there. The past two posts I wrote were all about what I ate on the first day, but I’m going to jump ahead a little bit to the fourth day, partly because the dinner I had that day was one of my favorites.

The Fort Wilderness campground is home to one of the most famous restaurants in Disney, the Hoop Dee Do Revue. However, it is also home to the Trail’s End restaurant. It is a sit down-buffet style restaurant that serves all the food in Hoop De Do and more. It just doesn’t have the show.

The reason we went though was not about the food (though it was incredible), but it was because one of the greatest chefs in allergy history works there: chef TJ. He is widely known for being super accommodating with allergy guests.

Unfortunately, we just so happened to go to the restaurant the exact day chef TJ was moving into a new house, so he was not there, but Chef Steven, was just as amazing!

He walked me through the buffet and told me what was safe and what wasn’t and then asked what I wanted from the buffet and got it straight from the kitchen to avoid cross contamination.

I said I wanted some chicken, ribs, and mashed potatoes, but I had no idea how much I was going to get!

He totally filled my plate like crazy! I counted about eight pieces of fried chicken and a bunch of ribs! I think my favorite part of the dinner was the chicken. I love fried chicken so much, and that was by far the greatest fried chicken I’ve ever had.

I was stuffed when I finished, but I managed to make room for desert!

Chef Steven made me a giant ice cream sundae with cookies. It was one of my favorite desserts all trip, and it was so big that I couldn’t finish it.

That was one of the best meals I’ve ever had, and I would totally recommend this place to anyone visiting Disney.

Until next time!


Disney Eats Part 2

Hi there!

If you’ve read my previous post, you know that my next few posts are all going to be devoted to the treats and eats I had over at Disney World during my birthday vacation.

If you read my last post, you would also know that almost immediately after getting off the plane at Orlando, my family headed over to the Magic Kingdom, where we each proceeded to eat foot long hot dogs.

Shortly after that, we gathered up all of the remaining space we had inside of our stomachs and headed over to the Be Our Guest restaurant for dessert, and any kid with allergies will agree that a safe dessert is VERY exciting.

Later on in the trip we went to Be Our Guest for dinner, but during this visit, we decided to order one of each dessert and split them amongst ourselves.

There were two concerns when ordering desserts from here. The first was that the desserts were each covered in edible pearl garnishes. Those weren’t safe, so we had to get our desserts from the kitchen instead of the dessert carts, as the desserts in the carts had pearls.

Also, the “Grey Stuff Cupcake” has a sort of shell on the outside that holds in all the frosting on the inside. Apparently that shell isn’t safe for me.

Other than those two things, I was free to eat to my hearts content.

There were multiple desserts, including a triple chocolate cupcake, a strawberry cupcake, a lemon cupcake, a chocolate cream puff, and an éclair.

Personally my favorite was, is, and always will be the triple chocolate cupcake. Its amazing, and uses three different types of chocolate for the frosting, the batter, and the filling. It’s like a dream. I also really liked the éclair, but I would pick the cupcake over it any day.

The other desserts were okay. I was surprised by how strong the lemon taste was in the lemon cupcake, and the strawberry cupcake was VERY sweet. When I went to the restaurant later in the trip, I avoided those desserts. The cream puff was sort of middle of the road for me. I enjoyed it more than the two crazy cupcakes, but not as much as the éclair or the triple chocolate goodness.

Of course these are all my opinions. If you have eaten at Be Our Guest before, feel free to comment what your favorite dessert is from that restaurant.

Until next time!


Of course, before enjoying any of the food I post about, double check with your allergist and make sure to talk to the chef and read the ingredient lists.  Your food restrictions may differ from mine.