Disneyland celebrates National Vegan Day with new and returning food offerings

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Eating healthy at Disneyland may be a challenge for some, but eating vegan at Disneyland is totally possible. In celebration of National Vegan Day, Disneyland announced on Twitter that they would be serving some limited-time dishes at Harbour Galley in Disneyland park.

Guests dining at Harbour Galley, the waterfront quick-service dining location in Critter Country, can choose from numerous healthy vegan food options, including antipasti salad, couscous, a lentil chili vegan hot dog, and pozole soup. These options are available for a limited time through November 4, so head to Critter Country soon!

The vegan menu at Harbour Galley may be a limited-time offering, but many other dining locations at the Disneyland Resort serve vegan entrees and snacks all year long. Take a look at some of the many vegan options available for your enjoyment at Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure.

Vegan Gumbo at Royal Street Veranda, Disneyland

Source: PETA

This vegan gumbo is just as delicious as the meat version. This gumbo has a vegetable base with all of the spices and flavors of the classic New Orleans dish, served with or without the bread bowl. Here’s our tip: order the bread bowl on the side so you can enjoy your bread and gumbo the whole way through and even save the leftover bread as a snack for later.

Enchanted Crispy Samosa Sandwich at Red Rose Taverne, Disneyland

Source: Live Kindly

This decadent vegan option is listed as handmade patty of roasted cauliflower, potatoes, peas, fried green beans, bibb lettuce, tomato compote, and vegan curry mayonnaise, all sandwiched within a toasted onion roll and served with your choice of pommes frites or sliced apples. Word of advice: go for the pommes frites. Trust us.

Dole Whip at Tiki Juice Bar and The Coffee House, Disneyland and Disneyland Hotel

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We couldn’t make a list of the top vegan foods at Disneyland Resort without mentioning the fact that the Dole Whip pineapple soft serve is actually vegan. Yes, it’s true, the fan-favorite dessert has been dairy free since it was first served at Disneyland, and so many people are still unaware. Vegans, rejoice!

Ratatouille at Lamplight Lounge, Disney’s California Adventure

Okay, so this dish may not be listed as vegan, but it is totally worth modifying. The ratatouille at Lamplight Lounge is positively epic no matter how you eat it. It comes with cheese, but just inform your server that you are vegan, and they can easily modify this dish for you. Without dairy, your dish will include a roasted eggplant and bell pepper ragoût with zucchini noodles, mushrooms, and smoked tomato sauce. The chefs and servers at Lamplight Lounge are truly accommodating, so we’re sure they will be able to serve you a vegan version of ratatouille that will be the best you’ve ever had.

Vegan Pizza at Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta, Disney’s California Adventure

Source: Disneyland Vegan

If you’re a picky eater, not to worry. You can grab a slice (or a whole pie) of vegan pizza in DCA. Topped with vegan cheese and even customizable with other vegan toppings, the vegan pizza is a great on-the-go option for those who want a quick bite to eat without getting too fancy.

Tofu Rice Bowl at Lucky Fortune Cookery, Disney’s California Adventure

Lucky Fortune Cookery is a quick-service dining location that is often overlooked, but it’s an excellent destination for any vegan Disney foodie. Pick up a tofu rice bowl with veggies for a delectable savory meal at lunch or dinner. We promise it’s worth a try!

What is your favorite vegan dish served at Disney Parks?

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