Welcome to DCA! Let’s eat some vegan food!
A few tips and notes before we begin:
Please note that I am just a guest, like you, and I have no control over any decision made at Disneyland. If you would like to express how you feel about the (lack of) vegan options, please send Disneyland an email or comment on one of their official social media accounts.
For quick service locations, you will need to have the Disneyland app to mobile order your food. Some locations require mobile order, some take both walk-ups and mobile order, and others are walk-up only. There isn’t a list of which is which because they seem to change depending on crowd levels.
On very busy days, it’s very important that you plan it as much as possible in advance, since the time slots on the app get full very quickly for some locations. At the very least, check the app one hour before you would like to eat, but in some cases you need to order even earlier. I would suggest checking the app for available time slots perhaps 3 hours before you’d like to eat.
If you would like to eat at a Table Service restaurant, you will need to make a reservation on the Disneyland app or website, or you may possibly get lucky as a walk-up. You can make table service reservations up to 60 days in advance, and for some restaurants, they will get booked within minutes of becoming available. I suggest setting your alarm for 6am on your 60-days ahead day, and going on the website and trying to book. If there aren’t any times available, keep checking back in case there are cancellations, and in case they add more capacity. If all else fails, then try to do the walk-up list when you are in the park.
If you go to Disneyland, DCA, or Downtown Disney and have any photos of the food, please tag me on Instagram!
By the way, nothing below is meant to be health food; rather, it is theme park food. Whenever I have access to ingredients lists, I do post photos of them, but this is not so that you can pick them apart for not being healthy enough. The point of showing the ingredients is that I’m trying to be helpful and show how the item does not contain meat, dairy, eggs, or honey. I pour a lot of time, effort, and money into maintaining this website, and I do all of this research for you for free. Also, I have no control over what goes into the food, so I do not need to hear about it when you think something isn’t healthy enough. Any health policing comments will be deleted 🙂
Table of Contents:
- Magic Key Terrace (formerly known as Alfresco Tasting Terrace. For Magic Key holders only)
- Carthay Circle Lounge
- Lamplight Lounge
- Lamplight Lounge Brunch
- Wine Country Trattoria
- Adorable Snowman Frosted Treats
- Award Wieners
- Bayside Brews
- Cappuccino Cart
- Cocina Cucamonga
- Cozy Cones in Cars Land
- Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Café (Starbucks)
- Flo’s V8 Café
- Ghirardelli Soda Fountain & Chocolate Shop
- Jack Jack Cookie Num Nums
- Lucky Fortune Cookery
- Mendocino Terrace
- Pacific Wharf Café / Sourdough Bread Cart
- Pacific Wharf Distribution Co.
- Paradise Garden Grill
- Pym Test Kitchen featuring Impossible Foods
- Rita’s Baja Blenders
- Shawarma Palace
- Smokejumper’s Grill
- Sonoma Terrace
- Studio Catering Co Truck / Hollywood Lounge
- Vending carts with popcorn, pretzels, pickles, fruit etc.
Magic Key Terrace (formerly known as Alfresco Tasting Terrace. For Magic Key holders only)
This is a table service lounge area on the 2nd floor above the Wine Country Trattoria restaurant (which is currently closed). Two important things to know:
- It is open to Magic Key holders only.
- It is table service, so a reservation is highly recommended and often necessary. You can make a reservation on the Disneyland website or app. You may have luck with the walk-up list, so it is worth a shot, but don’t count on it.
I haven’t had the chance to go myself yet, but several readers have been there and have all been told by the cast members that the Screamin’ Cauliflower Ceviche is vegan without modifications.
Below are photos from @vegandisneyvillain! She got the Screamin’ Cauliflower Ceviche, and was also told by the server that they have a secret-menu vegan version of the sliders. They use Impossible and have chimichurri sauce and red onion.
Here is another photo of the Screamin’ Cauliflower Ceviche from @leathercouch73 on Instagram! Her review: ” The Cauliflower Ceviche was amazing, and the sauce that came with it was very good but very spicy.”
And of course, they have lots of classic DCA cocktails here, as you can see on their menu.
Here are some more of @leathercouch73‘s photos and some info she got! Thank you so much, Kayleigh!
A Bug’s Drink (non-alcoholic; Minute Maid Lemonade with Granny Smith Apple Syrup, with fresh Watermelon):
She also asked about the Bloody Mary mix, and was told that it does contain fish, so it cannot be made vegan.
Carthay Circle Lounge
This menu looks the same as during A Touch of Disney, except for the Winter Salad has changed into the Spring Salad. The following can be veganized:
- Strozzapreti Pasta with San Marzano Tomatoes, Basil, and Parmigiano-Reggiano (modify: no cheese, no butter):
- Carthay Shrimp Spring Roll with Thai Basil, Mint, and Spicy Aïoli (modify: replace shrimp with avocado; no aioli)
- I would imagine that omitting the cheese on the Spring Salad (Upland Cress, Strawberry, Tangerine, Goat Cheese) would make it vegan, but please verify with your server/chef, since there might be other animal products hiding in it.
- Assorted wine, beer, hard cider, and specialty cocktails
This menu has been updated again recently! Here is the food menu for lunch/dinner, and read to the next section below for info about brunch.
Despite the menu being divided into “Bites” and “Bigger Bites,” I find that all of the portions here are very generous. Even the “Bites,” which seem like the would be appetizers, are plenty large enough to be a meal and to be shared.
The new Pastrami-spiced Impossible Burger is labeled explicitly “plant-based,” which means it contains no meat, dairy, eggs, or honey; i.e. it is vegan. Whenever you see something labeled “plant-based” on a Disney menu, that is what it means – vegan with no modifications necessary.
The Pastrami-spiced Impossible Burger consists of a seasoned patty, American cheese, pastrami-spiced pineapple, house-made pickles, mustard aïoli, and toasted focaccia served with malted fries (plant-based; new) ($22.00)
Because the whole dish is labeled “plant-based,” that means we are dealing with a vegan cheese there when it says “American cheese,” and a vegan mayo when it says “mustard aïoli.”
It was, as I expected, super intense but super delicious! Man I just love pineapple on a burger. The whole thing reminded me of something Hawaiian, especially with the pastrami flavors being of course reminiscent of ham, along with the pineapple. The mustard aioli isn’t too overpowering; even my sister who hates mustard said it was actually good. It’s not as strong as a straight mustard because it’s mixed with mayo I suppose.
They have started doing the the secret menu vegan nachos lately! Below is from when I had them on 8/21/21. As you can see, they are the house-made chips covered in vegan cheese, beans, sauteed onions, bell peppers, and jalapeños:
They have also been doing the secret menu Vegan Potato Skins lately! These are so so good, they are crispy on the outside and beautifully soft on the inside. Love them so much. The vegan version has vegan cheese on them, of course, and then capers, etc.:
Also, they have started making a vegan version of the Ratatouille again! They have a Chicken Ratatouille on the menu, so ask your server for a vegan version of that. It is with no meat, cheese, or aïoli, but even with those removed, it’s super delicious and satisfying. I love the smoky tomato sauce in particular.
This one below is quite new, the Brussels Caesar, which is roasted Brussels sprouts, house-made dressing, toasted pine nuts, garlic croutons, and roasted red pepper and tomato sauce.
I was told that it was vegan without modifications, despite not having the plant-based menu icon. You can see in the photo, it has a vegan cheese on it, and I am assuming it comes with the vegan cheese by default, but please double check with your server just in case, and request the vegan version.
Holy moly this thing is delicious! Everyone around our table tried a few bites and we couldn’t get enough of it; every agreed that it was the new star of the menu. Not to be missed!!
They also still have the PB and J Roll on the Kid’s menu: Creamy peanut butter and whole wheat “roll” with strawberry jelly. This was vegan last time I asked, but please always double check.
They also have assorted wine, beer, hard cider, and specialty cocktails. See the menu below for that and if you are so inclined, you can look up any that interest you on Barnivore.
Here are some of the mocktails:
Falling with Style:
Mint to Be:
Lamplight Lounge Brunch
Lamplight Lounge Brunch is offered on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays (9am-1pm), and you’ll need to make a reservation or get very lucky as a walk-up.
They offer a fully vegan meal: the Potato Flautas, which consist of Plant-based Chorizo, Dairy-free Piquillo Crema, Serrano-Tomatillo Salsa, Arugula Salad, and Escabèche.
These are very delicious in my opinion, and also very spicy. Be ready for some heat.
They can also make a veganized version of the Chilaquiles upon request! It’s not on the menu; it’s a secret menu item. This photo is a bit older, but they should look something like this:
They have a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, most of which are vegan. The last I checked, the bloody mary mix was vegan; it did not contain fish, but please double check. You may look up any of the beers or wines on Barnivore if you are so inclined.
Wine Country Trattoria
The last I checked, the Rustic Bruschetta was vegan without the cheese, and the Spaghetti Aglio Olio entree was vegan without modifications. As always, make sure to double check with your server.
They have a variety of cocktails, beers, wines, etc. that you may look up on Barnivore if you are so inclined.
Adorable Snowman Frosted Treats:
All flavors of Dole Whip are vegan. They are all fruit flavors. If you see a flavor like vanilla, it is not real Dole Whip; it is just soft serve by some other company. In Disneyland, all the flavors are real Dole Whip and all vegan.
This menu always has the Lemon Dole Whip, but it has been going back and forth lately between having the Mango Dole Whip (vegan) and the Vanilla soft serve (not vegan).
Below is the menu as of 8/21/21:
So here you can see, our vegan choices are the It’s Lemon! and the It’s Mango! which are both served in a vegan cone, the Pixar Pier Frosty Parfait which is the Lemon Dole Whip layered with Blue Raspberry slushie and topped with a cherry, and the two new specialty cocktails:
It’s Chile-Lime Mango Margarita: Mango Dole Whip with Tequila, Chamoy, Chile-Lime Seasoning (Tajín) and Diced Mango ($14.00)
Pixar Pier Frosty Parfait with Blue Curaçao: Lemon Dole Whip with Blue Raspberry Swirl and a splash of Blue Curaçao ($13.00)
I’m not a drinker so I haven’t tried these new cocktails, but if you have tried them, I’d be grateful for any photos or reviews that you could send my way! 🙂
It’s Lemon!: Nondairy Lemon Soft Serve in choice of Cup or Cone (the cones are vegan) ($4.99)
Pixar Pier Frosty Parfait: Nondairy Lemon Soft-serve with Blue Raspberry Swirl ($6.49)
It’s very exciting that Award Wieners has now returned to its normal menu instead of being the small corndog-only menu! Which means that the Plant-Based Philly Dog is back!
Plant-Based Philly Dog: A vegan hot dog (usually Field Roast) topped with mushrooms, grilled onions and peppers and dairy-free crema, served on a toasted bun with cuties mandarin oranges or Filmstrip Fries ($10.29)
I’m so glad it’s back!! One of my absolute favorite options. And those Filmstrip Fries!! Most satisfying shape of fry, next to waffle fries, in my opinion!
Here’s another photo of when I had it on Disneyland’s birthday in 2021. Just as delicious as I remembered!
They also have an assortment of beverages and beers.
This is a beer stand where you can also get Mickey Pretzels, which are vegan! Skip the cheese add-on and get some mustard instead.
The Cappuccino Cart between Little Mermaid and Pixar Pier is open, and I asked about their plant milks – they have both soy and almond milks to make all of their coffee drinks with!
Cocina Cucamonga now has a fully plant-based option that is super fun and satisfying in my opinion!
Tacos Dorados de Papa: crispy Potato Tacos topped with Cabbage Slaw, Dairy-free Crema and Tomatillo Salsa ($9.49)
They are labeled as “plant-based” with the plant-based menu icon, which means that they are vegan without modifications.
These tacos are quite different from the Touch of Disney potato tacos that they had. These ones are two thin tacos that are deep fried and have potatoes in them, and then they are loaded high with all of those toppings. You can then pick up the taco and eat it like a giant chip as if it were nachos.
They were super crunchy and delicious. On my Youtube channel you can see me doing a taste test with these, and the crunch is very satisfying!
On the app when I ordered these, it gave me the option at add the lime-cilantro rice, which I didn’t do here, but if you wanted it to be a larger meal, then I would suggest that. Depending on your appetite, you could either get just the tacos for a small/medium meal, or add the rice for a larger meal.
They also have assorted beers and margaritas here at Cocina Cucamonga. Last I checked, the Micheladas contained fish.
Cars Land Cozy Cones
There is not much here – the Popcone cone has recently reopened and the plain butter flavor is vegan, but last I checked, the other flavors had dairy. There are a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages at each cone.
Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Café (Starbucks)
Here you can get basically all of the same vegan options you would expect at a regular Starbucks! Quite an extensive list, so I won’t go over them all here, but most drinks can be veganized by choosing soy, almond, oat, or coconut milk. There is usually very little in the way of vegan food, but sometimes a few packaged snacks.
Flo’s V8 Cafe
As of April 2021 they now have the burger below, which is labeled “Plant-Based,” i.e. needs no modifications:
Impossible Burger: Impossible Patty, Dairy-free American Cheese, Caramelized Onions, Lettuce and Tomato on Sesame Seed Bun with Cuties Mandarin Oranges or Steak Fries
I got one of these for the first time on 5/8/21 and it was decent! Nothing spectacular, nothing to try to impress anyone with, but quite tasty, and the views of Cars Land from the patio can’t be beat!
Ghirardelli Soda Fountain & Chocolate Shop:
EDIT 8/21/21: They have the vegan vanilla ice cream back in stock now! Hopefully it stays for good this time!
Under the ice cream flavors, you will see the Raspberry Sorbet, which is vegan and has been there for a while, but what is exciting and new is that they now have a Vanilla Coconut – Non-Dairy ice cream flavor! It is the vegan ice cream brand Coconut Bliss.
Below is a sundae that we created from scratch. It has the vegan vanilla ice cream, the raspberry sorbet, the chocolate sauce, the strawberry topping, and diced almonds. I bought a bag of squares of the 72% dark chocolate (this is the only vegan variety; all others have milk) and topped it with one of those:
You could do lots of variations of this, with several scoops of the vanilla, or with different toppings like the pineapple puree, as seen in this older one I had below:
Note that the hot fudge topping contains dairy, but the chocolate sauce is vegan; that is the one you will want to get on your sundae.
Here is the thing – with this vegan vanilla ice cream on the menu, that now opens up a world of possibilities with the shakes and floats! I asked the cast member there if it would be possible to do a shake with the vegan vanilla ice cream and the almond milk that they keep on hand for coffee drinks, and she said that was totally possible. I got a shake by ordering it with almond milk, vegan vanillla coconut ice cream, and chocolate sauce, and it came out delicious!!
Also, you could get a root beer float or a coke float with the vegan vanilla ice cream. I can’t wait to start trying out all of these possibilities!!
There is one variety of their chocolate squares that is vegan – the 72% dark chocolate is the only vegan one; all of the others have milk.
Jack Jack Cookie Num Nums
There are no vegan cookies here – yet! Let’s keep writing emails asking for them!
They do have both almond and soy milk in cartons, however:
Lucky Fortune Cookery
There is a slight difference from early 2020 here. We still have a vegan Banh Mi, but now it features Impossible, when it was another brand of vegan meat before. So here is how it looks on the menu now:
Impossible Banh Mi: with Lemongrass-Cucumber Salad ($13.99)
I had the new version with Impossible on 7/17/21 and it was delicious! Perhaps even more delicious than before! The sauce and everything else is the same, so it’s not a huge difference – many people would probably not even notice the difference, and I can’t say I would have if I hadn’t been looking for it.
The sauce is a tad bit on the salty side, so if you are sensitive to salt, be prepared for that. I am quite sensitive to salt, I never use salt at home, and I find this sandwich to be just as salty as I can handle.
This is a wine bar adjacent to the Wine Country Trattoria restaurant. They have a Bavarian Pretzel, which is vegan, but nothing spectacular. You may look up any of their wines and beers on Barnivore if you are so inclined.
Pacific Wharf Café / Sourdough Bread Cart
This is the breadbowl/soup/salad restaurant near Cocina Cucamonga and Lucky Fortune Cookery.
They have recently added a vegan option after not having one at all for many years! So exciting!!
It is the Asian Tofu Salad: Red and Green Cabbage tossed in Miso Dressing, Mandarin Oranges, Edamame, Broccoli, and Cucumbers served with Tofu and Sliced Sourdough.
It is marked as “plant-based” with the plant-based menu icon, meaning it is vegan without modifications.
Many thanks to @conflictions on Instagram for the photo below!
Also, in front of the restaurant, there is the vending cart with the fresh loaves of sourdough bread made right here in the Boudin factory! These are of course vegan, and so good! And everything tastes better when it’s Mickey-shaped. You can get a Mickey loaf, or a plain round one, or sometimes they make Lightening McQueen shapes, or seasonal shapes like Christmas Trees and Snowmen.
Pacific Wharf Distribution Co.
This is a beer stand near Cocina Cucamonga that has Karl Strauss assorted hand-crafted beers. They also have Mickey Pretzels, which are vegan! See below in the section about vending carts for more information on those.
Paradise Garden Grill
Paradise Garden Grill in California Adventure changes its menu seasonally, and currently it has the menu for Halloween Time as the entire area is now the Coco-themed Plaza de la Familia.
The Tortitas de Papa are fully vegan without modifications according to a chef who came out to speak with me. She said that they don’t put the plant-based menu icon on it because of shared kitchen space; but all of the ingredients are vegan (e.g. vegan cheese, no chicken stock in the rice).
Tortitas de Papa: Plant-based crispy Potato Cakes with Sautéed Spinach, Ranchero Sauce, Golden Rice, and Pickled Onion Salsa ($10.49)
Below is an updated photo, they look and taste the same to me this year, 2021, as they did in 2019.
They also have the Ensaladas de Frutas, which is various fruits topped with Chamoy and Tajín. Super tasty!
Also, the Agua de Jamaica, which I had in 2019, very tasty. Very sweet, like most of these types of drinks in Disneyland, so you might find it too sweet, depending on your tastes.
I asked about the Mexican Hot Chocolate; it has dairy in the mix and can’t be veganized unfortunately.
Pym Test Kitchen featuring Impossible Foods:
Now that I’ve been to opening day of Avengers Campus, I’m updating this section! The dishes that I list below are labeled explicitly plant-based, which means that they “contain no animal meat, dairy, eggs, or honey,” i.e. that they are vegan without modifications.
Impossible Quantum Garden Breakfast – Plant-based folded omelet with Impossible breakfast sausage, crispy potato bites, and focaccia toast
Lunch/Dinner (Blue Particle Specials):
Impossible Spoonful – Rigatoni and ditalini pastas, plant-based meat-balls, tomato sauce, dairy-free Parmesan, and micro basil
Mini Pasta & Impossible Meat-balls – Rigatoni and ditalini pastas, plant-based meat-balls, tomato sauce and dairy-free Parmesan served with coconut milk yogurt and small DASANI water
Here is a video of us in Avengers Campus on opening day getting all this food at Pym Test Kitchen and the Shawarma Palace – these have my taste tests/reviews in them!
Rita’s Baja Blenders:
- Rita’s Lemon-Lime Margarita
- Rita’s Strawberry Margarita
- Red Sangria
- The Tropicool (Lemon-Lime or Strawberry)
This Mangonada Smoothie below was fully vegan last time I had it, and it looks like it still is! But make sure to double check with a cast member, since I haven’t had the chance to get it again yet.
Mangonada Smoothie: Mangos, Bananas and Peaches blended with Pineapple and Guava Juices, finished with sweet Chamoy, Chile-Lime Seasoning and a Mango-Chile Lollipop ($7.49)
For the two smoothies below, ask to omit the yogurt when you order to make them vegan:
Mango Madness: Mangos, Peaches, Banana, and Lowfat Yogurt blended with Pineapple, Guava and Passion Fruit Juices (omit yogurt) ($5.99)
Strawberry Banana Sensation: Strawberries, Banana, and Lowfat Yogurt blended with Strawberry-Pineapple Juice (omit yogurt) ($5.99)
They have seasonal Lemonades; currently it is a Lavender Lemonade.
EDIT 8/11/2021: For a few weeks in July/August 2021, there was a supplier issue that caused the bread on both of these to contain dairy, which of course causes a discrepancy with the plant-based menu icon. Cast members were informing guests who ordered them of this issue so that no one mistakenly consumed dairy. But now, the issue has been fixed, the bread is now vegan, and these are good to go again!!
The dishes that I list below are labeled explicitly plant-based, which means that they “contain no animal meat, dairy, eggs, or honey,” i.e. that they are vegan without modifications.
Impossible™ Breakfast Sha-warm-up
Plant-based Breakfast Sausage and Egg Omelet Wrap with Dairy-free American Cheese and crispy Potato Bites, served with Spiced Maple Syrup
It is with Impossible breakfast sausage that has that sort of apple/save flavor going on, and then vegan cheese and Just Egg, tater tots, and a vegan mayo-type sauce.
I finally had this for the first time on 8/21/21 and it was just as delicious as everyone has been saying!! It is easily my favorite thing to eat in Avengers Campus. That Spiced Maple Syrup is no joke!! They serve it to you in a little cup, so you can dip it in, or pour it over (I had poured over just a bit of it in this photo), but test it out first, because it packs some serious heat. So so good!!
Impossible Victory Falafel – Plant-based-falafel and cauliflower wrap, garlic spread, hummus and coconut yogurt-tahini sauce with pickled vegetables.
This one is also quite good, but not as good as the breakfast one in my opinion. It gets mixed reviews, and I feel like I need to get it again (I only had it on opening day of Avengers Campus) to really form an opinion on it.
Currently there are two items labeled fully plant-based on the menu:
- Impossible Burger: Impossible Patty with Lettuce and Tomato on a Toasted Bun, served with Waffle-cut Fries ($12.99)
- Impossible Chili Waffle Fries with spiced Impossible chili with beans, tomato and corn, spicy mayo, cheddar cheese and pico de gallo ($7.99)
Pictured below are the Chili Waffle Fries. In the background you see a small Impossible burger, slider-sized, which was there until recently. But they changed it to a full-sized Impossible burger with more basic toppings now.
The updated menu with the full-sized Impossible burger doesn’t have the guac anymore, it’s more basic toppings (lettuce and tomato). Here’s the photo from the Disneyland app:
The waffle chili fries are really impressive in my opinion. Just a really good combo of all of the toppings, the impossible chili, the vegan cheese, the spicy mayo. It’s perhaps mild to medium spicy.
They also have various beers and cocktails.
Here they have the same Bavarian Pretzel that they had before. It’s nothing too exciting, but it’s still there. Also:
- Assorted wine, beer, hard cider, and cocktails
- Assorted Coca-Cola beverages
Studio Catering Co. Truck / Hollywood Lounge
It is very exciting that the Studio Catering Co. Truck is back!! You can mobile order the Truck’s menu through the Hollywood Lounge next door to it.
It has two items that are labeled “Plant-Based” and thus require no modifications. They are some of my absolute favorites in DCA and I’m so glad they’re back!
Plant-based Backlot Nachos: Soy Chorizo with House-made Tortilla Chips, Dairy-free Cheese and Crema topped with Green Onions ($10.49)
Potato and Soy Chorizo Tacos with Dairy-free Crema and Salsa de Arbol ($6.49)
Pictured below is one order of the nachos and one order of the tacos. The tacos are more snack-sized, and the nachos are more meal-sized.
This is two orders of the tacos:
Here is the most recent order of nachos I got on 5/8/21! Still just as delicious as before!!
The Hollywood Lounge, just across the way from the Studio Catering Co. Truck, has an assortment of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
Vending Carts throughout DCA:
At the various vending carts throughout DCA, you can get popcorn (the fresh popcorn from the carts is vegan; it is made with canola/coconut oil, and not butter).
Here are the current popcorn cart locations:
- Buena Vista Street (here, they also have caramel popcorn, which was surprisingly vegan last time I checked, but it has been a while, so I need to check again)
- Popcone Cone (Cozy Cone Motel) in Cars Land
- Grizzly Peak Airfield (near Soarin’)
- Pixar Pier (near Toy Story Midway Mania)
Mickey Pretzels are vegan as long as you hold the cheese, which is an add-on anyway. Find your Mickey Pretzels at the following locations in DCA:
- Bayside Brews (near Silly Symphony Swings)
- Pacific Wharf Distribution Co (near Cocina Cucamonga)
The larger snack stands where you will find the bigger assortments (pickles, fresh fruit like apples, bananas, oranges, grapes, pineapple, mango, lots of beverages, some vegan varieties of chips [check ingredients lists], etc.) are:
- Mortimer’s Market on Buena Vista Street
- Fairfax Market on Hollywood Blvd
- Fillmore’s Taste-in in Cars Land
I am a big fan of the Spicy Pickles in particular.
At various carts throughout the park, you will also find cotton candy, frozen fruit bars like the Olaf one below, and some accidentally vegan packaged candy (for example, Red Vines).
Bing Bong’s Sweet Stuff:
They don’t have the Memory Refreshers in their full assortment, but they have a few slushie flavors. There wasn’t a huge amount of candy in the store; it was mostly merch, but here are a few vegan candies that I saw:
It has never happened yet that anything in the bakery case is vegan, though maybe one day it will happen!
Sometimes they have the plain candied apples, the ones with just the red candy glaze and nothing else, and those are vegan.
Most of the time, they have the Snacks with Character, many of which are repackaged Enjoy Life allergy-friendly products. Most of them are vegan, for example the ones below:
Note that most of the Chip & Dales snacks are vegan (the green, purple, and red packages below are vegan), but some are not (for example, the blue one below contains dairy). See the ingredients lists that follow.
That’s going to do it for now! I’ll update this post whenever I get more info. If you go to Disneyland, DCA, or Downtown Disney and have any photos of the food, please tag me on Instagram, I’d love to see and hear your reviews!
I hope to see you in the park real soon!
If you’re looking for vegan options in other parts of the Disneyland Resort, please see my most recently updated Complete Guides for those!