Theme Park Food

by Lauren | Celiac Teen on June 28, 2008

Ok, so at the theme park I went to with a few of my friends, I brought a lunch.  Just my normal, standard, lunch that I used to use for school.  It was fine.  I was only sad that I couldn’t have the fries because they fried them in the same oil as chicken fingers (breaded ones).  

All of the rides were awesome, and obviously there were no issues there, me being a ride lover (with a strong stomach, puke-wise, thankfully).  If only all of my friends that I went with were okay with the spinning rides…  

Back to the food.  I actually ate some things there.  Not fries, or burgers like all my friends, but I’m not a burger person.  I asked, and the Cotton Candy was gluten free, so of course, I had to get some.  I didn’t bother with snocones or ice cream, because I didn’t really feel like either.  At the end, I did get some candy.  Just some (packaged) gummies, and a few circus sticks (lollipop in stick form).  I also kept hydrated, as much as possible, with some juice and lemonade drinks.
So thats pretty much all I ate.  It worked out great.  I would love to go again.  *hint hint* 
Enjoy your trips and outings,
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Faye April 13, 2010 at 5:35 pm

We still end up taking lunch bags from home. As my kids do not like the pizzas and fries. Only thing we buy is soda or ice creams.

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