Surprisingly or not, Disney World has a long list of Vegan Friendly options. Disney World is very accommodating to allergies, often Restaurants will have an allergy friendly menu (or at least availability to ingredients). Many Chefs are also willing to accommodate, time willing, with most requests – just ask! Today read 10 Vegan Friendly options found through out Walt Disney World.
1. Dole Whip
Did you know a Dole Whip is actually a dairy-free & vegan snack? This delicious, and iconic, pineapple treat is the perfect way to cool down at Magic Kingdom and more. Plus, for those on the dining plan, Dole Whip is eligible for a snack credit use. Where to find Dole Whip at Disney.
2. Lemon Sorbet
Find a sugar free dessert option at Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano. The Lemon Sorbet is a No Sugar Added Sorbet recipe.
3. Vegetarian Falafel Burger
The Vegetarian Falafel Burger found at Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant in Hollywood Studios can be easily modified to vegan, just ask. Plus, they offer vegan friendly milk shakes! This is a great dining reservation to make in advance.
Find Beignets at Sassagoula Floatworks & Food Factory at Disney Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter. These small fried-dough like snacks are a sweet treat.
5. Grilled Vegetable Burger
While walking around the World Showcase, stop for a bite to eat at Liberty Inn at the American. Here try the incredible Grilled Vegetable Burger (even the bun it comes with is vegan).
6. Chili-Spiced Crispy Fried Tofu Bowl
Satu’li Canteen in Pandora – World of Avatar at Animal Kingdom is a great addition for vegan friendly options. On their menu is a Chili-Spiced Crispy Fried Tofu Bowl with all vegan base options.
7. Tonga Toast
Tonga Toast is a loved breakfast tradition to many, found at Kona Café in Disney’s Polynesian Resort. It can be made vegan friendly by substituting the first step of dipping in an egg wash.
There is a fruit stand at all 4 theme parks in Disney World. Learn Where to find fruit in all 4 Parks at Disney World for a nutritious snack during your next trip.
9. Epcot Food & Wine
If you can coincide your vacation with the dates of the annual International Food & Wine Festival at Epcot, the event is vegan friendly. Additional food carts will be located around the World Showcase, easily search the quick service stand menu and look for a “V”. Those meals marked with a “V” are vegan friendly.
10. Vegan Cupcake
This treat is a fun experience as well, found at Sprinkles in Disney Springs. Walk up to the Cupcake ATM, which is an actual ATM for cupcakes, and order the vegan friendly red velvet cupcake option.
Learn more about Walt Disney World Dining and get suggestions for where to eat, how to use the Disney Dining Plan and more.