When making your Advance Dining Reservations, be sure to note that you are diabetic.
Bring a carb count guide book with you.
Pack 2-3 times the amount of supplies as needed, then pack them in two separate bags and put your name and cell phone number on everything.
Moderate and Deluxe resorts have small fridges in the hotel rooms. At a value resort, request a refrigerator and tell them that you need it for medical supplies. Medically necessary fridge rentals are complimentary.
AllEars.Net has a great resource on Diabetic dining in WDW.
For guests that must restrict their sugar intake, you too can enjoy delectable treats in WDW!
Sugar Free items are clearly marked at buffets as well as on menus. Even the Tomorrowland Terrace Fireworks Dessert Party clearly marks their sugar-free items so that guests can make informed choices. However by noting your dietary restrictions when making your Advance Dining Reservation, you’ll give the restaurant time to create a fabulous dessert for you. For instance, the Yachtsman Steakhouse has been known to serve a delicious, sugar-free chocolate cake.
For snacks, Minnie’s Bake Shop Sugar Free cookies are sold in 7.2 oz packages.
Other suggested desserts:
Main Street Ice Cream Parlor in the Magic Kingdom – Edy’s No Sugar-Added Butter Pecan, Sugar-Free/Fat-Free Chocolate and Vanilla Swirl. Opt for your ice cream in a bowl rather than the cone or waffle bowl. Carbs turn into sugar!
Writer’s Stop in Hollywood Studios – sugar-free cookies
Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe in Epcot – sugar-free chocolate mousse
Restaurantosarus in the Animal Kingdom – no sugar-added brownies
Boardwalk Bakery – no sugar-added cheesecake
Goofy’s Candy Company – sugar-free chocolate
For more information, visit our Special Diets Resources Page.
For more Disney dining information, including details on dining discounts, restaurants, dining plans, menus, and more, visit our Disney Dining Reference Page.