If you’re vegan and you’re planning a trip to WDW, you need this list of 5 vegan quick service meals at Disney World. Eating vegan at Walt isn’t hard or expensive, you just need to know where to look!
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We just got back from an exhausting, hot and sweaty, yet fun-filled weekend at Disney.
We mainly went for the Epcot Food and Wine Festival + the special festival events. Last year, we went to the Tequila Lunch in Mexico, French Family Meal Traditions in France, and the Party for the Senses. To me, the special events are the best part of the festival!!
This year, we attended the Parisian Breakfast, the Italian Food & Wine Regional Lunch, and we went back to to the French Family Meals Traditions Lunch because it was my favorite event from last year.
I’ll be writing reviews of each of the events we attended this year in the coming weeks. I’ll be sharing all the pictures and details of each event + the food that is on the event menu + the vegan option that I enjoyed.
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Unfortunately, I won’t be writing a full festival food review this year because I just didn’t find enough vegan options at the festival booths to write about. (Come on Disney, give us some more vegan tastes at the festival next year!!)
The only vegan taste that I really enjoyed from the festival is the Spicy Red Lentil & Quinoa Stew from the Africa booth. It was spicy, flavorful, and piping hot! On a side note, the Africa booth is located directly across from a shop that sells vegan-friendly soaps that would make a great souvenir!
I also heard that the vegan nachos at the Greece booth were tasty but they just didn’t look that appealing to me.
We still had a great time walking around the festival and trying a few cold drinks but it was excruciatingly hot. If you get to visit the festival, make sure you bring a small fan to help cool you off.
I LOVE my fan necklace, it’s seriously the only thing that gets me through a hot day at Disney!
During the rest of our trip, I was able to find a delicious vegan quick service meal at each park that we visited + a few options at Disney Springs.
Originally, I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to find any vegan meals that were tasty, affordable, and on Disney property but I was sooo wrong!
Stop your stressin’ right now and read this list!
Make sure you try each of these quick service meals at Disney World the next time you visit, you won’t be disappointed! It’s easy to eat vegan at Disney World, you just need to know where to look.
5 Vegan Quick Service Meals at Disney World
#1 – Veggie LOADED Pizza @ Blaze in Disney Springs
The pizza at Blaze is AWESOME.
For under $10 you can get a pizza with vegan cheese (NO extra charge) and unlimited veggies! It’s such a deal!
The crust is already vegan so you don’t have to order a special crust. The classic red sauce and spicy red sauce are both vegan, the pesto sauce is not. It’s easy to order vegan here, that’s always a bonus for me!
Each time we’ve visited, as soon as we ask for the daiya cheese, they ask if we would like them to change their gloves and they write a note on the order form for a new pizza cutter.
You can even get fresh arugula on top after the pizza has been baked!
Note – If you’re a annual passholder, you get a discount! Also, make sure to download the Blaze app on your phone so they can scan it for points each time you visit.
#2 – Veggie Bowl @ Peco’s Bill in the Magic Kingdom
What’s great about the Peco’s Bill is the toppings bar!
The veggie bowl isn’t on the main menu for some reason but if you order it they’ll ring it up no problem.
The veggie bowl is $9.99 and comes with a pile of yellow rice, black beans, and sauteed veggies. After you pick up your bowl from the counter, head to the toppings bar and load up on the good stuff! Corn salsa, guac, pico de gallo… all the fixin’s!
Super filling, super delicious, super affordable. Check, check, check!
Note – Make sure to ask for dairy-free rice when you order the veggie bowl.
#3 – Crispy Fried Tofu Quinoa Bowl @ Satu’li Canteen (Pandora) in Animal Kingdom
The tofu quinoa bowl is $11.49 and worth every penny.
I was honestly surprised at how delicious this quick service meal was. Hot and crispy tofu, cruchy cabbage slaw, spicy charred onion chimichurri sauce. It wasn’t just a bowl of mushy quinoa, I could tell that all the elements were fresh and the flavors were well thought out.
I had originally planned on also ordering the curry veggie pods but disappointingly found out that they have dairy in them. Bummer!
Note – According to the cashier, only the charred onion chimichurri sauce is vegan. Make sure to ask for the allergy menu so you can see all the ingredients befor eyou order.
#4 – The Veggie Platter @ Tangierine Cafe in Epcot
Since I had such a hard time finding vegan tastes at the festival booths in Epcot, I ended up eating my old standby at the Tangierine Cafe in Morocco.
The veggie platter is huge.
For only $11.99, you get a plate full of delicious Moroccan food: falafel, lentils, hummus, salad, couscous, tabbouleh, pite bread, and marinated olives.
For some reason, the falafel is hit or miss. Sometimes it’s hot and fresh and other times it’s dry and cold. I haven’t yet been able to pin point if it’s better at lunch or dinner or perhaps it’s just based on how many people order it throughout the day.
However, all of the other tasty goodies more than make up for the sometimes dry falafel.
If I’m sharing the hearty platter with my husband then we rip up the pita bread and dip it into the hummus and share the sides. If I’m ordering it for my dinner, then I put the lettuce, hummus, tabbouleh, olives, and falafel on the pita bread and it like gyro-style.
Either way you eat it, the veggie platter a great vegan option that’s super filling and inexpensive.
#5 – Beyond Burger @ Art of Animation Food Court
We usually stay at Pop Century but we like to walk over the bridge just to go to the food court at AoA.
Because they now have the BEYOND BURGER!!!
On the menu, the burger is listed as a plant based burger with daiya cheese for $11.29 but we asked the chef to confirm and he said it is the Beyond Burger.
We love this burger, it’s a treat food that I make at home for “grilling” holidays like 4th of July or Memorial Day.
Make sure you ask them to cook it a little longer so it has a little bit of color on it and to melt the cheese a bit. The first time we ordered it, it was really pink, cold, and the cheese wasn’t melted at all.
The burger comes with two sides but the only vegan option is french fries.
Note – If you can’t make it to AoA to get the Beyond Burger, you can also find it at the food court at Port Orleans and at Liberty Inn in Epcot.
Do you want a couple bonus quick service goodies!? Keep reading!
Vegan Desserts at Disney World
I know this post is supposed to be about quick service meals but who doesn’t want dessert after a meal?
We have two favorite vegan desserts at Disney World.
#6 – Dole Whip
You can find the Dole Whip at the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and at the Polynesian Resort.
The Dole Whip is beloved and a true Disney classic treat. Plus, if it’s boiling hot out (like it usually is) an ice cold treat will make you feel like you’ve found heaven on earth.
#7 – Pineapple Upside Down Cake @ Erin Mckenna Bakery in Disney Springs
This was our first time visiting the Erin Mckenna NYC bakery in Disney Springs. We’ll definitely be back!
We went later in the afternoon so they were running out of quite a few items. I don’t think they keep filling the trays so make sure you go early if there is a specific treat you want to try.
We got a pineapple upsaide down cake and a samoa donut.
The donut was dry and crumbly, I wouldn’t get it again.
But the pinepple upside down cake was delicious! It’s a pretty good size so we were able to share it. The only downside is that it was $7.50. That’s pretty pricey for a dessert but if you have snack credits this is a great place to use them!
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