Check Out All the Disney Parks Food Offerings for Earth Day

April 22nd is Earth Day. With the arrival of this celebration of our planet, both Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resort chefs are concocting and creating different dishes that help celebrate. Disney mixologists have also been creating beautiful new drinks to celebrate our beautiful home. Take a look below at the offerings that are going to be offered at the two domestic Disney Parks in celebration of Earth Day. Which one are you most excited about?

Walt Disney World Resort

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park

Pizzafari and Flame Tree Barbecue (available on Mobile Order through April 28) 

  • Flamingo Cupcake: Strawberry cake filled with strawberry compote and crowned with guava frosting, strawberry crisp pearls, and white-chocolate wings

Dawa Bar 

  • Lion’s Fury: Jungle juice, Red Stag Bourbon Whiskey, Fireball Whiskey Floater, and a fiery glow cube (available through April 28)
  • Tiger Tail Pale Ale: Celebrating Florida’s tiger swallowtail butterfly, this pale ale features notes of passionfruit, strawberry, and grapefruit (available through April 28) 

Dino Diner (available through April 28) 

  • Sea Turtle: Frozen blue raspberry and frozen lemonade with a wave of blue cotton candy on top

Isle of Java (available through April 28) 

  • Red Crowned Cane: Frozen Coke with frozen cherry and a crown of cotton candy 

Restaurantosaurus Lounge 

  • Crave the Wave: Refreshing vodka, blue curaçao, lemonade, and a lemon wheel (available through April 28)
  • Tiger Tail Pale Ale: Celebrating Florida’s tiger swallowtail butterfly, this pale ale features notes of passionfruit, strawberry, and grapefruit (available through April 28)

Creature Comforts and Restaurantosaurus (available on Mobile Order through April 28) 

  • Honey Bee Cupcake: Orange cake, honey Bavarian filling, honey frosting, and a white chocolate honeycomb

Terra Treats (available through April 28) 

  • Loggerhead: Sprite and Granny Smith apple syrup over ice with a gummy worm, sugar lime rim, and souvenir glow cube (non-alcoholic) 

Satu’li Canteen (available on Mobile Order through April 28) 

  • Kiwi Margarita: Kiwi Monin syrup with lime juice, sour mix, and Tcorazon Tequila Blanco 

Thirsty River Bar 

  • Yeti Sunset: Jack Daniels whiskey, strawberry monin, and lychee lemonade (available through April 28) 
  • Tiger Tail Pale Ale: Celebrating Florida’s tiger swallowtail butterfly, this pale ale features notes of passionfruit, strawberry, and grapefruit (available through April 28)

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

The Mara (available on April 22) 

  • Plant (Based) in Boot: Chocolate Spice Cake with Coconut Ganache in a Chocolate Boot (Plant-based) (New)

Disney’s BoardWalk Inn 

BoardWalk Bakery (available on Mobile Order from April 18 through 22) 

  • Garden Cupcake: Lemon cupcake with a lemon curd filling topped with vanilla buttercream and white chocolate ladybug (New)

Disneyland Resort

Disneyland Park

River Belle Terrace (available April 21 through 25) 

  • Corn on a Cob Succotash: “Butter”-poached corn, edamame purée, and chili oil (Plant-based) (New) 
  • Plant-based Chili & Cornbread Skillet: Chili beans, corn cake, “sour cream,” and green onions (Plant-based) (New) 

Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa

GCH Craftsman Grill (available on Mobile Order through April 30) 

  • Earth Day Hot Dog: Hot dog of the month special featuring plant-based sausage, sauteed spinach, mushrooms, and onions topped with green goddess dressing, edible flowers, and served with fruit (Plant-based) (New) 

Along with the Earth Day-specific treats, Disney Parks also offer plant-based options year-round. Plant-based options are tasty, but they are also good for the environment as they can help reduce one’s carbon footprint. They can also enhance biodiversity. Disney offers things like the Impossible Spicy Southwestern Burger at Disney Animal Kingdom’s Restaurantosaurus. The Liberty Tree Tavern at Magic Kingdom has the Impossible Revolutionary Meatloaf. At Disneyland in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, there is the Felucian Kefta & Hummus Garden Spread at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo and also the Ronto-less Garden Wrap at Ronto Roasters. Disney California Adventure offers the Impossible Banh Mi at Lucky Fortune Cookery as well!

What food or beverage being offered for Earth Day are you most excited about? Do you have a favorite? Share your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!

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