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9 Healthy Snack Options At Walt Disney World

One of the best parts about enjoying a vacation in Walt Disney World is indulging in the many different snacks and dining options available throughout the Disney Parks, water parks, Disney Springs, and Disney Resorts. With hundreds of dining locations found on the property, there are plenty snacks and meals that guests can enjoy. While many people like to indulge on a vacation, others prefer to stick to their normal routines and try to remain as healthy as possible. Thankfully, this is easy to accomplish in Walt Disney World thanks to a combination of lots of walking and the availability of healthy food nearly everywhere guests dine. Many restaurants throughout the property feature healthy options, but those looking to enjoy a healthy snack on the go also have plenty of choices. From fresh fruit and vegetables to delicious platters, there are plenty of healthy choices. Here are nine healthy snack options to enjoy while spending time in Walt Disney World!

1. Fruit & Cheese Plate – Sunshine Seasons

Epcot’s Future World is home to The Land Pavilion where the beauty, diversity, and perseverance of the land are celebrated through attractions and dining. The lower level of the pavilion is home to Living with the Land, Soarin’ Around the World, and the popular quick service eatery Sunshine Seasons. The restaurant features different ordering counters, grab and go items, and a fresh bakery making it a favorite stop for many guests. Those looking for a healthy option at Sunshine Seasons can enjoy the Fruit & Cheese Plate which features cheddar cheese, Swiss cheese, pepper jack cheese, grapes, and strawberries.

2. Side Salad – Sunshine Seasons

Another great option for guests to enjoy while dining at Sunshine Seasons can also be found in the grab and go area of the restaurant. The Side Salad is the perfect portion for a snack and guests can enjoy the healthy combination of mixed greens, cucumbers, grape tomatoes, and their choice of dressing. This is the perfect healthy snack to enjoy while taking in the open air atmosphere of The Land Pavilion!

3. Vegetable Plate – The Land Cart

After enjoying time in The Land, guests can find another healthy snack just outside the pavilion in Epcot’s Future World. The Land Cart is found on the side of the pavilion closer to Journey into Imagination with Figment and offers healthy options that guests can enjoy on the go. A great choice to try is the Vegetable Plate which features broccoli, carrot sticks, and tomatoes with a dipping sauce that guests are sure to love.

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4. Fruit and Nut Trail Mix – Harambe Fruit Market

One of the most popular areas in Disney’s Animal Kingdom is the village of Harambe in the Africa section of the park. There guests can enjoy popular attractions and entertainment and also indulge in some healthy snack options from the Harambe Fruit Market located just across from the main entrance to Kilimanjaro Safaris. A great option offered at the quick service location is the Fruit and Nut Trail Mix which provides the perfect combination of sweet fruit and salty nuts for a healthy and delicious option.

5. Corn on the Cob – Harambe Fruit Market

Another popular healthy snack option that many guests love to enjoy from the Harambe Fruit Market is cooked right in front of them so that they can enjoy the whole process. The quick service location serves up freshly grilled corn on the cob which is dipped in butter and dusted with market curry spice for extra flavor. This on the go snack is both hearty and healthy and a favorite for guests who find themselves in Harambe.

6. Chilled Edamame – Kabuki Café

Epcot’s World Showcase is home to the Japan Pavilion which is a favorite of many guests thanks to its unique dining options including a quick service cart with a healthy snack option. Kabuki Café is located in the front of the Japan Pavilion near World Showcase Lagoon and is most known for its kakigori iced treat. While that snack is delicious, those looking for a healthier alternative in the area can order up the Chilled Edamame for a refreshing and healthy option on any day in Epcot.

7. Granny Smith Apple Slices with Caramel – Anaheim Produce

Guests who visit Disney’s Hollywood Studios spend lots of time on Sunset Boulevard thanks to the popular attractions The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith. The left hand side of Sunset Boulevard is also home to several quick service dining locations including Anaheim Produce which offers up healthy on the go options. Guests who stop for a treat are sure to love the Granny Smith Apple Slices served with an indulgent side of caramel.

8. Carrots and Celery Sticks – Liberty Square Market

Situated between the Hall of Presidents and the Haunted Mansion in the Magic Kingdom’s Liberty Square is a quick service location that serves up many healthy options for guests to choose from while passing through. The Liberty Square Market is always home to plenty of fresh fruit and other healthy and refreshing options, and many guests love to opt for the Carrots and Celery Sticks for a healthy and crunchy on the go option to enjoy while exploring the park.

9. Pickle – Prince Eric’s Village Market

Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom is also a very popular area that sees many guests pass through each day. Behind the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is an area that is themed to make guests feel as though they have stepped into the seaside village from The Little Mermaid where Prince Eric’s castle can be found. In this area is also Prince Eric’s Village Market which offers up plenty of healthy options such as fresh fruit and the very popular Pickle which is chilled and the perfect crunchy and healthy option!

About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane first started visiting Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of that trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning all about the history and small details of the parks and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival each fall. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York and spends her time counting down the days to her next trip.