List Your Favorite LOW CARB Foods at Disney World

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  1. dr28326

    dr28326 She is our Princess!

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    Had a request to start a new thread where everyone can list their favorite..or worst... LOW CARB Foods at Disney World.
    This is good for the Gastric Bypass and Lap Band People.
    There is another thread for fat free and sugar free also.
    START LISTING!!
     
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  3. GailT

    GailT <font color=blue>I'm ba-ack!!!!<br><font color=mag

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    I'd also like the answers to this, I could be sarcastic and say water. :lmao:
    (SORRY, I couldn't help myself)
     
  4. catne

    catne DIS Veteran

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    the turkey legs sold in the parks are the only thing that comes to mind...

    although you can get various salads at most table service & some counter service.

    Note...I do eat very low carb the rest of the year, but Disney is my fantasy-come-true place to eat high carb on the DDP...yummy.
     
  5. Hawk

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    Same here! :thumbsup2

    Tim/Hawk
     
  6. catne

    catne DIS Veteran

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    o.k., I thought hard on this...if you're at the buffets, almost all of them have prime rib or roast sirloin...always good for low carb/high protein. Also, there's usually some plain green veggie available like steamed/buttered broccoli or grean beans. Usually salad bar at the buffets, too. Some have piles of peel & eat shrimp.

    At the table service restaurants, virtually all have some sort of steak, usually has a veg with it (tell them to leave off the potato/rice, skip the rolls) If you ask for no sauce, they will leave the sauces off veggies & meats. Most have a fish or chicken entree...you can ask for no sauce on these too.

    Restaurants all have some sort of no-sugar added dessert (but as you probably know, that's not necessarily low carb!)

    but I'm not the right person to answer this (except I do know which foods are low carb, even if I refuse to eat them at WDW.)
     
  7. 77SU

    77SU Earning My Ears

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    There's the Garden (Veggie) burger at some CS location, without the bun.

    My favorite was the salmon at Sunshine Seasons in The Land.
     
  8. PrincessMama605

    PrincessMama605 DIS Veteran

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    Me too! The thought of being able to pig out on of all the high carb treats at WDW (school bread, grand marnier slushie) is what keeps me eating low carb the rest of the year!

    I think all that walking helps balance it out!:rotfl:
     
  9. perla75

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    The no sugar added butter pecan ice cream in the MK is pretty good.
     
  10. DisneyDancin7

    DisneyDancin7 Loves the Smell of Columbia Harbour House

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    wow you took the words right out of my mouth! i'm the exact same way...I can't wait to splurge in March!!! For now, back to my hamburger and broccoli...:rolleyes2
     
  11. DRS_Are_Best

    DRS_Are_Best Mouseketeer

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    DH and I are actively on Atkins -- granted we are taking a break when we're on vacation. But you can get steaks ANYWHERE! Just look for the high-fiber stuff and stay away from the bread products.
     

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