I’m so happy Disney World now has plant based options labeled on their menus (there’s a leaf by them). Keep reading to see all of the vegan options I tried at Magic Kingdom during my latest trip.
Casey’s Corner (Main Street/Quick Service)
While we were at Magic Kingdom, I had to try this Plant Based Slaw Dog from Casey’s Corner because I love Beyond Sausage, and it did not disappoint!
The slaw dog comes with pickled slaw, barbecue vegan aïoli, and roasted corn relish and comes with french fries or apple slices. I need to make a copycat version soon because these photos are making me crave more!
Tony’s Town Square Restaurant (Main Street, Table Service)
When our server brought out fluffy focaccia bread for the table, I asked if it was vegan, and was so happy that it was because it was very good. I barely had time to snap a quick photo before everyone at the table inhaled it.
Instead of a dessert, I opted for the garden salad appetizer (you could only swap the dessert that comes with the meal plan for the garden or Caesar salad, but the Caesar isn’t vegan). The salad had mixed greens, balsamic dressing, olive medley, marinated artichokes, tomato, and shaved rainbow carrots.
For my entree, I had the plant based Spaghetti and Mushroom Meatballs. The meatballs were Impossible meat based and tasted so realistic to me I was worried for a moment that maybe they gave me the wrong dish, but no, it was plant based! It was tasty, though I wish they used Rao’s marinara because it’s my favorite. It was also a huge portion–I couldn’t finish it and would split it with someone next time if possible.
Liberty Tree Tavern (Liberty Square/Table Service)
One day my family and I ate at Liberty Tree Tavern, and I ordered the Revolutionary Meatloaf, which featured an Impossible Burger based meat loaf topped with mushroom gravy, mashed potatoes, and green beans.
This meal was delicious–the meatloaf was crispy and flavorful, and the fluffy mashed potatoes and green beans were perfect sides for it. The dish was filling too, and I didn’t think I would be able to finish it, but I couldn’t not finish it because it was so good!
For dessert I had the plant based Johnny’s Appleseed’s Warm Apple Cake with caramel and whipped topping, and it was amazing too! The cake was crispy on the outside and soft and moist on the inside–I’m getting hungry again just thinking about it.
Liberty Tree Tavern was definitely one of my favorite meals while at Disney, everything was impressive!
Dole Whips (Aloha Isle & Sunshine Tree Terrace/Adventureland)
While at Magic Kingdom, I had to get my favorite Disney World snack–Dole Whips!
That’s everything I ate as a vegan at Magic Kingdom on my latest trip to Disney World! Have you tried any of the dishes? What are some of your favorite vegan options at Magic Kingdom? Let me know in the comments! Also, don’t forget to check out my other Disney posts and my Disney Instagram!