Classic Disney Snacks That Are Plant-Based
When you’re heading to Disney, one thing people love to talk about is the classic Disney snacks that you can indulge in while on property. But what if you only eat plant-based options?
Do not fret, as we at Mickey Blog have you covered! Check out our list of classic plant-based Disney snacks below.
Dole Whip – Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
The perfect cool-down snack is always the iconic Dole Whip when at a Disney park, which we’re happy to report is completely plant-based.
The pineapple, orange, and lime offerings are all plant-based, just make sure to stay away from the vanilla flavored ones and you’re good to go.
Popcorn – Various Locations Across Disney Property
All popcorn across the Disney parks are in fact plant-based friendly! The ‘buttery’ taste is achieved by using artificial butter flavoring, meaning that you can snack away happily at this classic theme park snack.
The exclusive Outpost Popcorn Mix at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and the maple-flavored popcorn available in Frontierland and EPCOT are both also plant-based.
Mickey Pretzel – Various Locations Across Disney Property
The classic Mickey pretzel is completely plant-based by itself, just make sure to avoid the cheese dip that is offered alongside the snack.
Also be sure to only order the classic version of the snack, and not the cream cheese-filled versions that can be purchased in some locations.
LeFou’s Brew – Magic Kingdom
LeFou’s Brew is available at Gaston’s Tavern in New Fantasyland, and the drink caused some confusion whether it was plant-based or not when it first became available due to the topping.
We can confirm that LeFou’s Bew is plant-based when ordered as is, as even though the topping comes with marshmallow flavoring- there is no actual marshmallows in the topping.
Peter Pan Float – Magic Kingdom
The famous and Instagram-worthy Peter Pan Float at Storybook Treats inside the Magic Kingdom is plant-based as long as you omit the chocolate feather when ordering.
Of course, this makes the treat look slightly less social media worthy, but you could always pass the feather off to a friend that eats dairy!
Vegan Totchos – Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Woody’s Lunchbox is a popular spot in Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, but did you know that you can get a plant-based version of their famous totchos?!
When ordering, specify that you are wanting to the plant-based option, and they will substitute the chili for a vegan alternative as well adding vegan cheese. The plant-based version will not include any queso or sour cream.
Will you be heading over to the EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival? Take a look at our list of all the plant-based offerings available at this year’s festival!