25 Disney Parks Vegan Eats Even the Most Carnivorous Humans Will Love

We love a good Disney recipe, that’s why we have TONS set aside for our next rainy day.

Dole Whip

With SO many recipes, it’s taking us some time to go through them. Today, though, we’re looking at some recipes that don’t go to the top of everyone’s lists of Disney bites — but we can’t WAIT to make these vegan Disney parks eats!

Learn how to make these vegan Disney parks eats at home!

Animal Kingdom

1. Chickpea, Cucumber, and Tomato Salad from Harambe Market

This yummy blend of spices and veggies (including jalapenos) is super tasty and a great way to try out some African-inspired fare!

Harambe Market

2. Mango Chutney from Tusker House

Love Mango? We recommend this sweet and savory chutney to serve on bread, veggies, or whatever else you want!

Tusker House

3. Roasted Potatoes from Tusker House

Tusker House has some pretty amazing recipes. You can’t beat the delish Roasted Potatoes made with paprika, garlic, and rosemary.

Tusker House

4. Spicy Potato and Pea Samosa from Tusker House

If you’ve never had a samosa, you gotta try one! This fried vegan street food is so, so, so good. Potatoes and peas? Here we come!

Tusker House Buffet

Hollywood Studios

5. Cucumber Salad from Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater

Moving on to Hollywood Studios, we’ve got a rec if you like a little tang! This Cucumber Salad is pickled with vinegar. Yum!

Sci-Fi Dine-in Theater

6. Minestrone Soup from Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano

Hot debate: Is soup a theme park food? We don’t know. But we DO know we love this Minestrone Soup.

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Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano 

7. Seared Marinated Tofu from Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater

Tofu isn’t the most common protein option in Disney World, but it is a good one! Try an awesome tofu dish with this recipe.

Sci-Fi Dine In

8. Thai Noodle Bowl from Hollywood Brown Derby

Hollywood Brown Derby is easily one of our fave Hollywood Studios restaurants. Give this recipe a try and you’ll see why!

Hollywood Brown Derby Restaurant

Epcot

9. Curry Corn Soup from Coral Reef Restaurant

With all the international fare in Epcot, there are a lot of vegan options. Future World even has some — like this unique soup!

Coral Reef Restaurant

10. Jasmine Cashew Rice from Coral Reef Restaurant

This can be a great side, or, if you’re a rice fiend, make a bunch and eat it by itself!

Coral Reef

11. Lentil Salad from Sunshine Seasons

Vegans know it, we know it. Lentils are a GREAT source of protein and nutrients, so fuel up with this salad.

Sunshine Seasons

12. Pumpkin Soup from Sunshine Seasons

Another great Future World soup is the yummy and belly-warming pumpkin soup.

Sunshine Seasons

13. Sunflower Seed Bread from Garden Grill

Peep this totally animal product-free sunflower seed bread. We’re getting hungry just thinking about it!

Garden Grill

14. Braised Red Cabbage from Biergarten

As we said, Epcot is a great place to taste the vegan fares of the world. Try, for instance, the braised red cabbage!

Biergarten

15. Couscous Mrouzia from Restaurant Marrakesh

Moroccan cuisine relies a lot less on animals than American cuisine. You’ll have some luck with Restaurant Marrakesh recipes! Check out the couscous mrouzia.

Restaurant Marrakesh

16. Couscous Salad from Restaurant Marrakesh

Speaking of couscous, we can also vouch for this yummy recipe.

Marrakesh

17. Kringle (Norwegian Pretzel) from Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe

Over in Norway, we can snag the Kringle recipe so that you can make your very own vegan Norwegian pretzel at home.

Kringla Bakeri og Kafe

18. Lentil Salad from Restaurant Marrakesh

Did someone say more lentils? Here’s another flavorful salad.

Restaurant Marrakesh

19. Roasted Mushroom Salad from Akershus Royal Banquet Hall

Your kids might not like ’em, but a lot of us love mushrooms. That’s why we can’t way to whip up this Norwegian roasted mushroom salad.

Akershus’ Castle

20. Tomato Salad from Biergarten

Back to Germany, you gotta try this easy tomato salad recipe for a great lunch or side.

Biergarten performers

21. Vine-ripened Tomato Stack from Le Cellier

Or, go a little fancier with your ‘maters. Make the vine-ripened tomato stack!

Le Cellier Server
Le Cellier restaurant dining room

Magic Kingdom

22. Amber Waves of Grain from Liberty Tree Tavern

What a fitting name! Plus, what a tasty dish. Go grab some veggies and get cooking.

Liberty Tree Tavern

23. Vegetarian Chili from Columbia Harbour House

Walt Disney loved chili, and so do we. Try this one!

Upstairs seating at Columbia Harbour House

24. Sweet Potato Salad from The Crystal Palace

Another great side is the yummy and filling sweet potato salad from Crystal Palace. Yum!

Crystal Palace

25. Pineapple Dole Whip

You didn’t think we were going to make a list of vegan recipes and leave out the most iconic vegan treat, did you? That’s right, make that Dole Whip at home!

Ta-DA!

Which of these recipes is going on YOUR list? Tell us in the comments!

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One Reply to “25 Disney Parks Vegan Eats Even the Most Carnivorous Humans Will Love”

  1. I find myself sticking up for the Tangierine Cafe more than once – the veggie platter is great and they have all the offerings as a side dish as well for a lite snack or full lunch. AllEars even has a picture of it in the menu section. Take a look. Great food great value and in a park where healthy dining is limited