Walt Disney World’s EXCLUSIVE Plant Based Website

Breaking News: Disney World announces exclusive website for all things Plant-based in parks and resorts! This morning, October 3, 2019, Disney launched its new webpage, Disneyworld.com/PlantBased. This new website will serve as your guide to your “plant-based adventure” and culinary experience on Walt Disney World property.

Early this week we broke the big news of plans at Walt Disney World to debut hundreds of added plant-based dishes to their table service and quick service menus accompanied by a convenient green leaf icon to make identification of these items quick and easy for those choosing to eat vegan, vegetarian or with dairy, egg and fish allergies.

Dairy Free Overnight Oats at Saratoga Springs

As previously reported, Disney’s plant-powered cuisine is made with plant foods like grains, nuts, vegetables and fruit—and is free from ingredients like animal meat, dairy, eggs and honey. We are now seeing newly unveiled plant-based menu items popping up on menus at Disney Parks and Resorts. Examples include breakfast offering at Disney’s Contemporary Resort consisting of dairy-free Stonyfield Organic Yogurt with eggless quiche, fresh fruit and babka.

Over at the Magic Kingdom, you will find mushroom meat(less)balls served in red sauce over spaghetti at Tony’s Town Square, a delicious falafel dish over at Jungle Skipper Canteen, and a savory plant-based slaw dog at Casey’s Corner!

Curried Vegetable Crew Stew from the Skipper Canteen
Vegetable Rice Bowl with Spicy Cauliflower from Pecos Bill

Check out some other menu items we found on the new Disney website – lots to look forward to! We can’t wait to try them all! It’s important to remember that menu items are subject to change. The plant-based icon can be found next to plant-based food items at owned-and-operated dinning locations.

Visit Walt Disney World’s Guide to Plant Based Dining for more information. Be sure to follow The Kingdom Insider as we bring you the latest in dining that caters to everyone at Walt Disney World and Disneyland.

Note: not all restaurants on Walt Disney World property are owned and run by Disney, so plan ahead by checking the Plant Based website regularly for changes, updates and restaurants with participating menus so you can land at the best spot for all your magical meals! Keep in mind, the items listed on the website are not exclusive- you can always speak to a Chef about creating a non-menu item meal to accommodate your dietary restrictions.

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Article Written By, Jamie Lee McIntyre. Jamie Lee is an MS RDN CD-N is a Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist and the Food and Nutrition contributor to The Kingdom Insider. She has BS in Dietetics, a minor in Psychology, and a MS in Nutrition Sciences. With over 11 years of nutrition and dietetic experience, Jamie Lee has helped clients manage and prevent chronic disease, control weight, cope with food allergies, and reach optimal wellness at various stages throughout the life cycle. Combining her passion for helping people through nutrition and her love of Disney, Jamie Lee visits the parks with her client base in mind and prioritizes staying up to date on the food trends, allergy-friendly offerings, dining plan options, plant-based menus and Mickey Check program throughout Walt Disney World. She believes the key to a great vacation is keeping a balance of indulgence and healthy eating, and that the Disney dining experience should be a fun and satisfying one for all guests! Jamie Lee is a Run Disney veteran and avid runner. Having grown up Disney, Jamie Lee is now continuing the cycle of creating magical memories with her husband and two small children through frequent trips to Disney Parks and Resorts!

 

 

Kristi is the Media and PR Director for The Kingdom Insider. She's a lifelong Disney fan and grew up spending her family vacations at the Happiest Place on Earth. She resides in Florida with her husband and two boys, ages 4 and 6.