Most of you already know we just came back from our trip. Are you wondering what it is like to be Vegan in Disney World? I am about to share with you my meals + some other helpful tips! Being vegan in Disney World can be easy if you plan ahead. This post is kinda long, but there is a lot of good info about Disney, so I recommend reading it all.
Planning ahead is key. If you plan on doing doing some table service meals, those reservations often need to be made in advance. Places book up fast, so you will need to plan your trip as early as possible. We went on a whim and only planned 2 months before going, so a lot of places were booked. When you make your table service reservations, be sure to tell them about your dietary restrictions and allergies. I would also call Disney dining 72 hours in advance to remind them of the restrictions. That way, when you go to eat, a chef will come out and talk to you about your options.
Bring Food & Snacks
Almost all hotel rooms have at least a fridge. We planned to do several breakfasts in the room, so I ordered groceries from . They will deliver the groceries to your hotel. I recommend placing your order about 72 hours in advance. Ours was ready and waiting for us when we checked into our hotel. Most of the things I ordered from was fresh fruit and vegetables, cereal, almond milk, water and crackers. I also packed lots of snacky type things in my suitcase like larabars, nuts and dried fruits. These came in very handy when we wanted a quick snack at the park. I also highly recommend getting a if you don’t already have one. They are awesome and will keep your water cold for a long time. There are plenty of places throughout the park where you can refill your water bottles.
The Disney Dining Plan
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