Disney Springs Offers Delicious and Nutritious Meals for Everyone!

STK

Was one of your New Years’ Resolutions to adopt a healthier lifestyle? If you are looking to eat healthier like me, then you must check out these nutritious and delicious meal options available at Disney Springs in Walt Disney World. Yes, you can eat healthy at Disney!

Frontera Cocina

Taqueria Salad (Frontera Cocina): With petite baby gem lettuces, carrots, radishes, avocado, cotija cheese and tortilla strips, this salad dressed with avocado-lime vinaigrette is a tasty choice when you are craving greens. You can even add shrimp (always cooked just right), but it’s delicious with grilled chicken, too!

Morimoto

Spicy Tuna Roll (Morimoto Asia): Fresh tuna, spicy mayo, and scallions work together to make every bite pure perfection. If you want to up the “good for you” factor, you can request brown rice in place of white at no extra cost. Tuna’s not your thing? Spicy salmon, spicy yellowtail, eel & avocado, California or vegetable rolls are also on the menu.

Paddlefish

Fresh Fish of the Day (Paddlefish): I love seafood! Always have and definitely always will. There is nothing better than some fresh fish served up right. If you are looking for a nice and healthy seafood dish on your next visit to Disney Springs, you are in good hands with the culinary team at Paddlefish and their latest catch of the day.

STK

Filet Medallion (STK): Did you know that filet mignon is one of the healthiest cuts of beef? Well, it is, and I couldn’t be happier about it. The 6-ounce portion at STK Orlando is just the right size for steak lovers who still want to show off their skinny jeans. To really stick to your resolutions, skip the mashed potatoes (pictured) and add an order of asparagus or a side of cucumbers & heirloom tomatoes instead.

Blaze Pizza

Red Vine Pizza (Blaze Fast Fire’d Pizza): Pizza doesn’t usually show up on the “healthy” list, but hear me out … with classic dough, red sauce, grated parmesan, ovalini mozzarella, fresh basil, cherry tomatoes and an olive oil drizzle, the Red Vine Pizza from Blaze is a solid choice. Not that I’m saying you should, but you could have an entire pizza for 660 calories. Split it with a friend, and you’ll agree that it’s a smart choice, indeed!

While I’m certainly not a nutritional expert, these five favorites above at Disney Springs will leave you feeling satisfied, but not stuffed. If you’re trying to improve your overall health and well-being, too, be sure to make choices that feel right to you! I can promise you this … if you look hard enough, there are lots of options that can help keep you on track.

Do you have a favorite mindful menu item from Disney Springs? If so, share it in the comments below!

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