Hey y’all! In continuation of my favorite easy vegan foods, I thought it might make sense to do a post specifically on my favorite vegan options at Disney World. In recent years, the Walt Disney Company has gotten insanely good at catering to special diets and food allergies. This makes eating vegan at WDW so easy and so tasty!

Resort Wide

There are several snacks that are offered in several locations around the Walt Disney World resort. These include: pretzels, popcorn (simply butter FLAVORED), fruit, Tofutti and/or Rice Dream vegan ice cream, fries, and pineapple, strawberry, mango, lime and several other flavors of Dole Whip.

Magic Kingdom

Casey’s Corner: Starting on Main Street U.S.A., Casey’s Corner offers a vegan hot dog! This hot dog is made of Beyond sausage, and honestly, is more brat than hot dog, but still all around delicious.

Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and cafe: Next up is the beloved Pecos Bill’s, known for their loaded nachos and tacos. Here, my recommendation is the Plant-based Southwest Cheeseburger. These burgers are made of Beyond “meat”, with vegan jalapeno jack cheese and vegan avocado aioli all on a toasted bun. This was the first vegan option I ever tried in the parks, and sets the bars nice and high. I don’t like vegan cheese, but the jalapeno cheese is DELICIOUS. This is by far my most ordered Disney food.

Sunshine Tree Terrace: I know I already mentioned the various flavors of Dole Whip at the beginning, but Redd’s Revenge deserves recognition. This float is comprised of strawberry Dole Whip on top of strawberry fanta and topped with a chocolate hat. I simply ask for no hat and enjoy this delicious, cold, vegan treat. Although this snack is absolutely amazing, it will most likely only be offered limited time 🙁


Festivals: Epcot is a little different because of their rotating festivals throughout the year. During each festival, food booths represent different countries and offer dishes stylized towards that country. My favorite options for Flower & Garden Festival are the Farmhouse meatball at Trowel & Trellis (made of Impossible “meat”) and the Spring Rolls at the Lotus House (as long as you order sans the sauce). My go-to options for Food & Wine are the Hummus Fries (again, order without the sauce) at the Morocco pavilion and the Impossible Sliders at Earth Eats.

Sunshine Seasons: There aren’t many quick service options for vegans in Epcot because of the festivals, which can make it difficult to dine during the summer. Luckily, Sunshine Seasons has vegans covered. The Vegan Korma is white rice, Gardein Meatless Chik’n, vegetables, and a sweet and spicy coconut sauce. I just had it this past weekend and it was DELICIOUS. 10/10 recommend.

Coral Reef: This restaurant is such a unique dining experience, as you are dining inside the aquarium that is a part of The Seas attraction. My pick here is actually the only vegan option: Tempura-fried Cauliflower. Be ready to ask for a box because this dish is massive. I’m pretty sure I was able to spread it out into 3 meals. This dish is made of various vegetables, Beyond sausage crumbles, a wonderful sauce, topped with a head of cauliflower. They also have vegan rolls and butter upon request!

Animal Kingdom

Satu’li Canteen: The newest quick service is Animal Kingdom, this cafeteria style restaurant specializes in build-your-own protein bowls. The vegan protein option is Chili-Spiced Crispy Tofu. I’m not one to usually enjoy basic tofu, but this stuff is good! There are currently two vegan bases: Red and Sweet Potato Hash, and my pick, Rice and Black Beans. The vegan sauce is the Charred Green Onion Vinaigrette. Even prior to going vegan, this was my go-to sauce anyway.

Nomad Lounge: This location is a chill lounge adjacent to the signature Tiffins. Here at Nomad, you can order the Impossible Sliders, as long as you order without the aioli. These sliders are an appetizer, however, the order comes with 2 sliders and yucca fries (which are like huge french fries). This lounge also has several alcoholic and non-alcoholic specialty drinks, which are great on a hot, humid day at Animal Kingdom.

Hollywood Studios

Fairfax Fare: There are not many vegan options in Hollywood Studios, but my favorite is the 7-Layer Rice Bowl with Vegan Chili. With this dish, make sure you order without sour cream. Honestly, this dish isn’t even that great, it’s just the only option in DHS other than Vegan Burgers offered at ABC Commissary and Backlot Express and vegan pizza options at PizzaRizzo.

Disney Springs

Blaze Pizza: I describe Blaze as the Subway of pizza. You can order a specialty pizza or build-your-own, all for the same price. They offer Daiya vegan cheese and, last time I went, spicy vegan chorizo. Be sure to specify that you are vegan when ordering.

Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC: All the sweets and treats within this bakery are 100% vegan, gluten-free, and delicious! Offerings include cupcakes, donuts, breads, and soft-serve.

Polite Pig: As a BBQ restaurant, there aren’t many vegan options, but what they do have is delicious. My pick here is the BBQ Cauliflower (without sour cream). The cauliflower is crispy, the barbecue sauce is wonderful, and they compliment each other perfectly!

Remember that this list is simply MY personal favorites. If you would like to see a complete list of all of the vegan offerings at Disney World, check out http://vegandisneyworld.com I absolutely love this blog and refer to it almost every time I am in the parks! So thank you to everyone over at Vegan Disney World for being such a great resource for vegan park-goers.

So now you have my favorite vegan options! If you liked this, or even if you didn’t, leave a comment down below on what you want to see more of here on Life of Lizzi May. Love y’all and I’ll see ya real soon (: