Try these Healthy Disney Dining Food Choices at Disney’s Magic Kingdom

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One great aspect of a Disney vacation is the amazing food. However, for those of us who are dieting or just want some healthy choices that can be hard at Disney World. So here are some good and affordable healthy Disney Dining options for your magical vacation. Here are some yummy, yet healthy choices at the Magic Kingdom.

  •  Columbia Harbor House is a favorite. Try The Lighthouse Sandwich with hummus, maybe the tomato and broccoli slaw on toasted multigrain bread, the broccoli peppercorn salad with greens, veggies, chicken and Parmesan cheese, and, on cool days, the vegetarian chili.
  • Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe has quite a few healthy choices. They have a great Greek Salad, which I recently tried and I love! If you are not a salad person, then maybe a veggie burger or a veggie sandwich.  For dessert  try some no-sugar-added mango gelato. That is next on my list!
  • Pinocchio Village Haus has a Mediterranean Salad with greens, red onion, black olives, roasted red peppers, mozzarella and chicken. They also have the no sugar added gelato.
  • Liberty Tree Tavern is also a fan favorite. They have a Colony Salad with greens, Ocean Spray Craisins, apples, sweet pecans, applewood-smoked Cheddar cheese and grilled chicken with a honey-shallot vinaigrette. They also have a pretty good vegan burger, from what I hear. It is made with potatoes and quinoa and topped with a vegan tofu-tzatziki sauce. Ok that does sound good!
  • Cinderella’s Royal Table has a fish of the day, or rice with roasted eggplants, mushrooms, onions and squash tossed with arugula pesto and a splash of aged balsamic vinegar. I think that one is next on my list as well!
  • Plaza Restaurant, which I love, has a great Chicken Strawberry Salad. It is served with greens, cucumbers, strawberries and grilled chicken tossed with a white zinfandel vinaigrette. I have had this on a few occasions and I highly recommend it.
  • Be Our Guest Restaurant, which is beautiful and a must see. They have a great Tina Nicoise for lunch. For dinner, try baked zucchini, eggplant, mushrooms, tomatoes and caramelized onions layered on quinoa with a bell pepper sauce. They also have some no sugar added options for dessert.
  • Some healthy grab and go options:
    • A fresh pineapple spear from Aloha Isle
    • Hummus and chips from Gaston’s Tavern
    • An apple or banana from Prince Eric’s Village Market.
    • Fresh Roasted Corn at Liberty Square Market.
    • Fresh fruit is available at various kiosks throughout the park as well.

Just thought you might want to take a look at some of the healthy yummy goodness:

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  1. The Lighthouse Sandwich is delicious but I didn’t get it on our last trip because I figured out how to duplicate it at home!

    You just need good bread, plain/original hummus, some tomato, a bag of cole-slaw veggies, and some Ken’s honey mustard dressing (has to be Ken’s)

    Toss the cole-slaw in the honey mustard dressing (I never measure, just keep adding and mixing until I have a good consistency. I usually make up a big batch of it and keep it in the fridge for lunch for a few days)

    Lightly toast the bread and spread some hummus on both pieces (helps keep the cole-slaw mix from making the bread too soggy and falling apart) then add the cole-slaw mix and some tomato and you are good to go!

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