5. Fresh Fruit
When you’re in the mood for a healthy snack in a Disney World park, fresh fruit is surprisingly easy to find. Whole bananas, apples, and orange are great to pick up and carry around for later (although not too much later in the Florida heat). Some locations even stock fruit cups, like the Liberty Square Market in Magic Kingdom.
4. Mickey Pretzel
A Mickey pretzel is a soft-pretzel shaped like Mickey Mouse, which makes it much cooler than your average soft pretzel. Great with mustard and big enough to split with a friend. Mickey pretzels are found at vendor carts throughout the parks.
The fresh “buttered” popcorn from the plethora of popcorn carts in Walt Disney World is actually vegan. Popcorn is a classic theme park snack and comes in a large enough container to share within a group. Also, popcorn is technically a whole grain so it’s practically health food…
2. Vegan Ice Cream
Vegan ice cream (Tofutti and Rice Dream) can be found at the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor on Main Street in the Magic Kingdom. Your ice cream is scooped in a separate room so there’s no chance of cross-contamination (important for those with allergies to dairy). Stick with a simple vanilla or chocolate scoop in a cup, add toppings, or go for a Root Beer or Coke float if you’re up for it. Beaches and Cream (a short walk over to the Beach Club Resort) can fill your vegan ice cream fix at Epcot.
1. Dole Whip
Dole Whip is found at Aloha Isle in Adventureland in the Magic Kingdom. Even during slow times, the line can be quite long and for very good reason. The fruit flavors of Dole Whip are all vegan. Dole Whip can be served on its own or in a pineapple juice float (my favorite). Dole Whip is one of those treats you can’t get anywhere else so they have an extra special place in many Disney loving hearts.
What’s your favorite vegan snack in Walt Disney World? Have you tried all the snacks on this list?