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Healthy Food at Disney World

Healthy Food at Disney World

Eating healthy at Disney World is by no means impossible, in fact, it has become easier with time. It also will fit well with planning your Disney vacation on a budget.  I know that sometimes healthy eating means spending more money, but it won’t in this case.  Here are a few options for healthy eating at Disney.

You can prepare your own meals by having a few groceries in your room. All Disney hotel rooms come with at least a mini-fridge. You can take a look at the article I link to at the end of this about bringing groceries to Disney.

Though breakfast is the easiest meal to prepare on your own, it is also the easiest meal to eat out and still eat healthily. Make breakfast your biggest meal and you will be able to stack up on eggs, fruits, vegetables, etc.

Most Disney food courts and hotel stores have a grab-and-go section where you can buy things such as boiled eggs, salads, veggie wraps, etc. These options can also be found at many of the counter service restaurants throughout the theme parks.

healthy-food-clipart-9i4kAe6iEDisney is very generous with portion sizes. Consider purchasing a kids’ meal, (easier on the pocket), or sharing with someone. If you are in a room with a microwave, consider taking half of your meal home for lunch tomorrow. Talk about cost effective!

Here are some, but definitely not all, Healthy Menu Items:




Magic Kingdom

Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe – Veggie Wrap/Burger
Sleepy Hollow Refreshments – Soup of the day
Liberty Square Market – Baked Potato
Columbia Harbour House – Garden Salad, Salmon with couscous, Veggie Chili, and other options



Teppan Edo – Hibachi style, try the chicken or fish with veggies
Coral Reef – Seafood dishes
Tokyo Dining – Sushi, Chicken, Steak
Restuarant Marrahkesh – Chicken Kebabs, Moroccan Salads, and more
Tangerine Cafe – Veggie platter, wraps, salads
Sunshine Seasons – Soups, salads, veggie wraps, roasted meats, oatmeal
Electric Umbrella – Veggie Flatbread Pizza

Animal Kingdom

Yak & Yeti – Salmon, Mandarin Chick Salad
Tusker House – This is a buffet with many options such as Chicken and Salmon
Tame Tamu – Vegetarian Curry


Disney Resorts
Sanaa – Animal Kingdom Kidani Lodge – Tandoori chicken or shrimp, Veggie Sampler
Narcoossee’s – Grand Floridian
The Wave or California Grill – Contemporary Resort
Kouzzina – Boardwalk Villas


Disney Food Blog is THE place to find all the information/reviews you need.  Here is their post on Healthy Eating.

Here is a great article on bringing groceries to WDW!

DSC_0245My name is Krystel, and I am here to share the joy Disney gives me.  If you want to learn more about planning the perfect Walt Disney World Vacation visit Planning The Magic.  I’ve spent a lot of time creating the perfect  Disney On A Budget eBook because I really want everyone to have a magical vacation within reach.

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Thursday 6th of October 2016

This is definitely a different take on eating at Disney! Though I go to eat all the crap food. haha!


Wednesday 5th of October 2016

Oh the happiest place on earth ^^ Good thing for healthy places there! Thumbs up and perfect for kids at least to balance their food :D

Marielle Altenor

Wednesday 5th of October 2016

I love that even a place such as Disney have healthy places to eat. That's really cool. More junk food for me heheheh

April Mims

Tuesday 4th of October 2016

I've been hearing more and more about healthy options at Disney. That makes it really nice for those of us that don't eat a lot of junk food.

Aziel Morte

Tuesday 4th of October 2016

I wish I can brought my kids in Disney on Holiday season.

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