Disneyland 2009!

We had such a great time in Disneyland! The whole trip was fun but the best part (dare I say) was the gluten-free food!

I ate:

-Pepperoni pizza with a delicious crust.
-A hamburger complete with bun and fries (fried in a dedicated fryer).
-A grilled chicken sandwich with bun and fries.
-Ratatouille with a savory corn cake.
-Cheese enchiladas with carne asada.
-Mocha almond fudge ice cream.
-Pineapple whip.

So, if you are gluten-intolerant, a Celiac-sufferer, or have a wheat allergy, I HIGHLY recommend kicking it at Disneyland! I'm not a breakfast eater but several places offered gluten-free pancakes and waffles! All of the food service workers knew exactly what was gluten-free and what wasn't and had the protocol down. It was fantastic. My pizza and ice cream was served to me directly by the chef which made me feel ultra-special.

We drove down through St. George where we had lunch at Chili's (they have a GF menu). Then we stopped in Barstow and ate at Baja Fresh where I ordered the chicken fajitas with no tortillas. When we drove up to Davis we ate at Wendy's twice. They have a gluten-free menu on their website. Some salads and the potatoes are safe. The morning we came home, we got smoothies at a Jamba Juice where all smoothies are GF if you stay clear of the boosts. On the way home, I ate all junk food including Lay's Stax, Starbursts, and Sour Patch Watermelons.

I didn't get sick once.

So, fellow gluten-freers, it is possible to go on a road trip!!


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