Updated: Mar 1
Cinderella's Castle-Magic Kingdom
As a child I loved Disney World. It was magical...just like they say. The first time I went I was three years old. My only memory is shaking Mickey's hand. I come from a large family so going to Disney was a big deal, we arrived when the park opened and left when it closed.
As I got older my dad and I would often bring a family friend who had never been to Disney for the day. My mom would stay at the house as this would make the trip more affordable. These were long days, but I remember them fondly.
Over nine years ago my daughter and I were diagnosed with Celiac, about six months apart. I finally figured out the cause of her on going stomach issues when I realized I had Celiac. At the time she was four years old. As any of you who have been, or have children that have been diagnosed with Celiac, know it's a bit of a learning curve. It became hard to eat out, never mind vacation without our own kitchen.
I had heard great things about Disney and their gluten free options. When my children where five and seven we went to Disney. It was WONDERFUL! Not only was it magical for them because it was Disney but my youngest and I could eat anywhere.
Gluten Free Macaroni & Cheese