Sunday, October 25, 2009

More WDW Vegan Info

I've already found some new and exciting facts as I've been making our reservations and speaking to chefs for our upcoming trip.

For instance, this is (the vegan) part of a list sent to me by Disney after I contacted their allergy/dietary email, listing a number of vegan-friendly products that they have available throughout the parks.



Bob’s Red Mill – Gluten-Free Mixes

Pancake, Brownie, All-purpose baking mix

Divvies – made with NO milk, eggs, peanut, or tree nuts

Chocolate Chip Cookies, Caramel Popcorn, Jellybeans (Jellybeans contain beeswax, not vegan)

Earth Balance


Ener-G Foods – product does not contain wheat/gluten, milk, eggs, soy, peanuts, tree nuts

Egg Replacer; Tapioca Hotdog, Hamburger, & Dinner Roll, Brown Rice Sliced Bread, Rice Pizza Shell

Enjoy Life – no dairy, peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, gluten, soy, eggs, fish and shellfish – also made without casein, potato, sesame and sulfites

Chocolate Bar/Dark, Boom Chocolate, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Rice Crispy Chocolate Bar

Follow Your Heart – cheese

Mozzarella – VEGAN Cheese

Gluten-Free Kneads


Frozen Chocolate, Cinnamon, Lemon Cookies (Baked in Specific Locations) Vegan

Namaste Foods

Pancake & Waffle Mix and Cake Mix

Pacific Natural Foods

Rice Milk

Rice Dream

Classic Vanilla Rice Milk, Rice Dream Frozen Dessert

Silk Soy Milk

Plain, Vanilla, and Chocolate

Silk Soy Yogurts

Banana/strawberry, Peach, Plain


American Soy Cheese, Sour Cream, Cream Cheese, Tofutti Cuties, Vanilla and Chocolate Frozen Dessert


Brown Rice Pasta, Elbow Pasta, Brown Rice Spaghetti

You will need to ask the chefs ahead of time for some of these, because they aren't all available in every location*, but they will do their best to get what they can for you. Again, start your phone calls to the chefs at least two weeks before your arrival date.

*In fact, a chef at Wolfgang Puck Express in Disney's West Side is trying to get me the Follow Your Heart cheese for my pizza! He had no idea they carried such a thing, but he's looking into it.

I'll be sure to let everyone know how it turns out!


  1. This info is so helpful. My family and I are going to WDW the week after Thanksgiving. We got a Vacation Club Villa with a kitchen, because we assumed there was little choice but to cook for ourselves (4 vegetarians and 1 vegan). When we booked the trip - the dining plan was included for free, but we really didn't expect to enjoy it. Now we are all excited!

  2. Glad I could help!
    I just got back from WDW a couple hours ago.
    If you have any questions, please let me know.
    I found more great vegan food down there and I'll be posting about it (with pics of course), hopefully in the next couple days.
    Again, if you need anything, please let me know.
    Have a great trip!

  3. Hey, vegansatori! We met briefly at Animal Kingdom's Pizzafari about two weeks ago. I am loving the blog! We live near Disney, and this will help us to get healthier fare while we're there! Thanks for doing this.

  4. Hey, Jennifer!
    The new blog is up, so you can see the pizza I got that day.

    It was great meeting you, and again, if you have any questions about anything down there, let me know.