We went swimming at the Polynesian Resort one day and stopped for lunch at Captain Cooks. The chef made me a lovely rice noodle stir fry. It had rice noodles and some vegetables.
In the heart of Downtown Disney, located next to Pollo Campero, is a small bakery called BabyCakes. Pretty much free of all allergens, I stopped there a few times for some tasty treats.
Among the cupcakes, cinnamon rolls, cookies, doughnuts, and other deliciousness, I think my favorite was the cookie sandwich. Two cookies with a schmear of frosting in the middle. YUMMMM!
The first night I ate at Sanaa at the Animal Kingdom Lodge. They do have a separate gluten free menu, so be sure to ask for one. Also, the chef came out at the beginning of the meal and helped me decide what would be the best things to eat.
I started out with the Pappadam Bread service (lentil 'crackers') with coconut chutney, coriander chutney, and the red chile sambal.
For dinner I had the Vegetarian Sampler with stewed lentils, spicy peas/chickpeas/tomatoes, and basmati rice
For dessert I had mango and raspberry sorbet with fresh berries.
This restaurant was very, very tasty, and I definitely recommend it. I will certainly make it a staple during each Disney trip.
By the way, this was my view while I was eating dinner....!
Since Nathan and I are crazy, we splurged and got the premium season passes, which includes admission to Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. It was great fun going to these water parks on the hot days.
I really like Typhoon Lagoon because the wave pool has a surfing wave! Instead of the generic bobbing of a wave pool, it comes out with a wave that is like in the ocean. It is great for body surfing! I also like that you can go snorkel with the sharks!