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Epcot’s International Flower & Garden Festival Food Guide – Vegan, Vegetarian, and Gluten-Free

Epcot's International Flower and Garden Festival Food Guide - a Breakdown of all the vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free food offerings. - Vegan Disney World food - Gluten-Free Disney World food - Vegetarian Disney World food

Disclosure: I received tickets for Epcot complimentary, but all thoughts and opinions on my International Flower and Garden Festival food guide are my own.


Epcot’s International Flower and Garden Festival Food Guide – Vegan, Vegetarian, and Gluten-Free

I have been to Epcot’s Festival of the Arts and Festival of Holidays, but never the International Flower & Garden Festival! Many people told me that it was Epcot’s prettiest festival, so I was eager to check it out. Not only do all the flowers and topiaries look gorgeous, but the food I saw in pictures looks delicious. There were even several booths I found out that had produce from Melissa’s Produce, who I often visit for their cooking events here in Los Angeles! I went along the whole festival route, and tasted many of the vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options, which I’ll show pictures of here, as well as guide you to where you can find every vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free food item in this International Flower and Garden Festival food guide (available until June 3, 2019)!

Epcot's International Flower and Garden Festival Food Guide - a Breakdown of all the vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free food offerings. - Vegan Disney World food - Gluten-Free Disney World food - Vegetarian Disney World food

Vegetarian

  • Arbor at the Gardener’s Terrace: This is inside Odyssey Center, and a great air conditioned space if you’re wanting to cool off while you enjoy some food and drinks, as well as shop the festival merch. This is also one of the booths that has partnered with Melissa’s Produce!
    • Fried Green Tomatoes requested without blue crab fennel salad.
    • Mixed Berry Buttermilk Cake (my personal favorite dessert of the festival) (also gluten-free)
Epcot's International Flower and Garden Festival Food Guide - a Breakdown of all the vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free food offerings. - Vegan Disney World food - Gluten-Free Disney World food - Vegetarian Disney World food

Fried green tomato, no blue crab salad, with Melissa’s Produce

Epcot's International Flower and Garden Festival Food Guide - a Breakdown of all the vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free food offerings. - Vegan Disney World food - Gluten-Free Disney World food - Vegetarian Disney World food

Mixed berry buttermilk cake, with Melissa’s Produce

  • Flavor Full Kitchen (located in Future World)
    • From the Garden (roasted beets and cashew cheese salad) (also gluten-free and vegan)
    • Mickey tart peanut butter mousse with strawberry jam and boba pearls
  • The Honey Bee-stro (located in Showcase Plaza)
    • Roasted Cauliflower (this one was one of my favorites) (also gluten-free)
    • Local Wildflower Honey-mascarpone cheesecake
  • The Citrus Blossom: Another booth with Melissa’s Produce! (Located in Showcase Plaza)
    • Citrus Shortcake
Epcot's International Flower and Garden Festival Food Guide - a Breakdown of all the vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free food offerings. - Vegan Disney World food - Gluten-Free Disney World food - Vegetarian Disney World food

Citrus Shortcake, with Melissa’s Produce

  • Pineapple Promenade (located in Showcase Plaza)
    • Pineapple soft serve (same as a Dole Whip) (also vegan)
    • Pineapple soft serve float (with Pineapple Fanta) (also vegan)
  • La Isla Fresca (located in Showcase Plaza)
    • Tropical Mousse Cake
  • Trowel & Trellis: This booth is hosted by Impossible Foods (located in Showcase Plaza). There may be small traces of cross contamination with meat products in prep, so cannot be labeled as vegan but the ingredients themselves are all plant-based with no animal products.
    • Grilled Street Corn on the Cob (also vegan and gluten-free)
    • Farmhouse Meatball (one of my favorite savory dishes of the festival) (also vegan)
    • Chocolate Pudding Terrarium (also vegan and gluten-free)
  • Jardin de Fiestas (located in Mexico)
    • Tres Leches cake
  • Lotus House (located in China)
    • Vegetable Spring Rolls (also vegan without sauce)
    • Chinese Cotton Candy (also vegan)
  • Bauernmakrt (located in Germany)
    • Potato Pancakes with house-made apple sauce
    • Warm cheese strudel
  • Primavera Kitchen (located in Italy)
    • Pomodori Verdi e Mozzarella (fried green tomatoes with mozzarella cheese and balsamic)
    • Zeppole (ricotta cheese fritters with powdered sugar)
  • The Smokehouse (located by The American Adventure)
    • Warm chocolate cake
  • Hanami (located in Japan)
    • Frushi
  • Taste of Marrakesh (located in Morocco)
    • Fried cauliflower
    • Walnut honey baklava
  • Florida Fresh (located between Morocco and France)
    • Key lime tart
  • Fleur de Lys (located in France)
    • Tarte au Chèvre
    • Macaron au Chocolat en Sucette (also gluten-free)
  • Northern Bloom (located in Canada)
    • Griddled Maple Pound Cake

Vegan

  • Flavor Full Kitchen (located in Future World)
    • From the Garden (roasted beets and cashew cheese salad) (also gluten-free)
  • Pineapple Promenade (located in Showcase Plaza)
    • Pineapple soft serve (same as a Dole Whip)
    • Pineapple soft serve float (with Pineapple Fanta)
  • Trowel & Trellis: This booth is hosted by Impossible Foods (located in Showcase Plaza). There may be small traces of cross contamination with meat products in prep, so cannot be labeled as vegan but the ingredients themselves are all plant-based with no animal products.
    • Grilled Street Corn on the Cob (also gluten-free)
    • Farmhouse Meatball (one of my favorite savory dishes of the festival)
    • Chocolate Pudding Terrarium (also gluten-free)
Epcot's International Flower and Garden Festival Food Guide - a Breakdown of all the vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free food offerings. - Vegan Disney World food - Gluten-Free Disney World food - Vegetarian Disney World food

Farmhouse meatball in lentil “bread”, made with Impossible foods

  • Lotus House (located in China)
    • Vegetable Spring Rolls (ordered without sauce)
    • Chinese Cotton Candy

Gluten-Free

  • Arbor at the Gardener’s Terrace (Inside the Odyssey Center)
    • Mixed Berry Buttermilk Cake
  • Flavor Full Kitchen (located in Future World)
    • From the Garden (roasted beets and cashew cheese salad) (also vegan)
    • Citrus-poached Salmon
  • The Honey Bee-Stro (located in Showcase Plaza)
    • Roasted Cauliflower (this one was one of my favorites) (also vegetarian)
Epcot's International Flower and Garden Festival Food Guide - a Breakdown of all the vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free food offerings. - Vegan Disney World food - Gluten-Free Disney World food - Vegetarian Disney World food

Roasted cauliflower

  • The Citrus Blossom (located in Showcase Plaza)
    • Lobster Tail
    • Crispy Citrus Chicken
  • Trowel & Trellis: This booth is hosted by Impossible Foods (located in Showcase Plaza). There may be small traces of cross contamination with meat products in prep, so cannot be labeled as vegan but the ingredients themselves are all plant-based with no animal products.
    • Grilled Street Corn on the Cob (also vegan)
    • Chocolate Pudding Terrarium (also vegan)
  • Fleur de Lys (located in France)
    • Vichyssoise aux Concombres (chilled cucumber soup)
    • Macaron au Chocolat en Sucette (also vegetarian)
  • Northern Bloom (located in Canada)
    • Seared Scallops

 

And there you have it! The Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival food guide for vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free foods for 2019! It definitely lived up to the hype, and between the amazing food offerings, the topiaries, butterfly house, and garden tours, it is now my favorite festival at Epcot. You can visit Flower & Garden Festival until June 3rd. Find out more information about the festival here.

Epcot's International Flower and Garden Festival Food Guide - a Breakdown of all the vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free food offerings. - Vegan Disney World food - Gluten-Free Disney World food - Vegetarian Disney World food

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