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  • [Question] Fantasmic Dessert-Gluten Free?

    BFF & I are considering doing the Fantasmic Dessert on our next trip. I haven't been able to find much info on whether or not they offer a GF option & if so is it any good.

    Has anyone here ever done or asked about a GF Fantasmic Dessert? If so, what did you have & was it any good.

    I'm trying to decide if it's worth paying the price just for a reserved seat for F! if all that is available for me is a box of stuff I either can't eat or can eat but is inedible.
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    Re: Fantasmic Dessert-Gluten Free?

    Originally posted by Stormy View Post
    BFF & I are considering doing the Fantasmic Dessert on our next trip. I haven't been able to find much info on whether or not they offer a GF option & if so is it any good.

    Has anyone here ever done or asked about a GF Fantasmic Dessert? If so, what did you have & was it any good.

    I'm trying to decide if it's worth paying the price just for a reserved seat for F! if all that is available for me is a box of stuff I either can't eat or can eat but is inedible.
    They do not have a GF box. The box includes several cheeses (with water crackers), grapes, a mini cheese cake, a couple truffles, a couple cookies and a mini lava cake. Also, all you can drink of various sodas/hot chocolate/coffee/tea/water.
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      Re: Fantasmic Dessert-Gluten Free?

      Errrr, don't know about gluten free specifically but I do know they do have options for dietary restrictions....just can't remember what they are or offer. Call the reservation # and ask, you would set that up upon your initial call any way so they should be able to tell ya.

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        Re: Fantasmic Dessert-Gluten Free?

        Originally posted by ParkHopper1 View Post
        Errrr, don't know about gluten free specifically but I do know they do have options for dietary restrictions....just can't remember what they are or offer. Call the reservation # and ask, you would set that up upon your initial call any way so they should be able to tell ya.

        I'd thought of that & will give them a call for sure to see what they may offer. Problem is that although they 'may' have a GF option, as with many restricted-diet related products, some are wonderful & some are down right nasty tasting. Was hoping someone had 'personal experience'.

        Personally, I think the GF dessert box could just substitute the sweets with a bunch of the chocolate chip cookies they have at Jolly Holiday. Those were really good!
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