All the vegan snacks and drinks at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge have us trying to get there with hyperdrive. Our favorite Jedi master was vegan, and the parks are making it easy to find the foods he would have sought out: Just look for the green leaf logo at any eatery. Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is Reysing the bar for other theme parks by offering vegan items that are out of this galaxy, like the dairy-free blue and green milk that let cows keep their beloved calves. That’s why we’ve given it a Vegan Superstar Award in honor of the 40th anniversary of Return of the Jedi.
So hop on board the Millennium Falcon and journey with us to PETA’s Most Vegan-Friendly Amusement Park for an animal-free snack extravaganza:
Blue and Green Milk (Milk Stand)
We were so excited to hear that Disneyland Resort decided to make its versions of the famous blue milk from Star Wars: A New Hope and green milk from Star Wars: The Last Jedi completely dairy-free. These refreshing beverages are made with a blend of coconut and rice milk with fruity, tropical flavors.
The Toydaria Swirl and Mon Cala Swirl variations are sometimes available at both Disneyland and Disney World parks, but the mango jelly in both options contains dairy, so omit it in the Toydaria Swirl or opt for the regular vegan milks instead.
At the Milk Stand location in Batuu East (at Disney’s Hollywood Studios park), you can also order both options as coolers, spiked with tequila or rum.
Ronto-less Garden Wrap (Ronto Roasters, Disneyland, only)
At Batuu West in Disneyland Park, you can pick up a crowd-favorite vegan option, an animal-free sausage pita wrap filled with spicy kimchi slaw, sweet pickled cucumbers, and an egg-free gochujang spread. Thankfully, no “rontos” (or cows!) were killed to create this tasty item that we’ll be ordering again and again.
Triple Suns Breakfast Wrap (Ronto Roasters, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, only)
Fuel up for a day of adventure with the Triple Suns Breakfast Wrap, available at the Ronto Roasters location at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. It features a plant-based egg with smoky chickpea-onion slaw and roasted tomato sauce, wrapped in a pita. We’re thrilled to see a breakfast option that doesn’t exploit friendly, inquisitive chickens!
Zuchii Wrap (Ronto Roasters, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, only)
For a quick lunch in Batuu East, try this veggie-filled wrap with grilled zucchini, smoky chickpea-onion slaw, creamy garlic-tahini sauce, and fresh cilantro served in a warm pita. Add a side of Andoan Fruit with Muja Sauce to complete your meal.
Felucian Kefta and Hummus Garden Spread (Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo)
This plate features vegan meatballs with herb hummus, tomato-cucumber relish, and pita.
Ithorian Garden Patty Bun (Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo, Disneyland, only)
Another meal for kids is the Ithorian Garden Patty Bun, which features an animal-free meat patty, roasted carrots, and a house sauce on a bao bun.
Ithorian Pasta Rings (Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, only)
For your little ones, try the Ithorian Pasta Rings, which is a meaty vegan marinara sauce and pasta with a side of roasted veggies (just choose water as the drink option, instead of the milk).
Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic Concoctions (Oga’s Cantina)
Take a break from defending the galaxy with a refreshing “concoction,” with or without alcohol, at Oga’s Cantina. Most options are vegan, but be on the lookout for those that contain honey—which is stolen from hardworking bees—and dairy milk, which is meant for baby cows. Order the Blue Bantha drink served at Oga’s Cantina without the cookie, or order at the Milk Stand instead. Here are just a few of the vegan options available at this Batuu bar:
- Fuzzy Tauntaun—a blend of peach alcohols and citrus juices, topped with “Buzzz” foam that tingles as you sip it
- Jabba Juice—a non-alcoholic pineapple-kiwi cocktail with gelatin-free blueberry popping pearls
- The Outer Rim—an intergalactic margarita topped with puréed tropical fruit and a black salt rim
- Yub Nub—a refreshing cocktail served in a souvenir mug to commemorate your visit to Endor
Beer and wine are also available, and you can search Barnivore.com to check for vegan options.
Outpost Popcorn Mix (Kat Saka’s Kettle)
At Kat Saka’s Kettle, you can find this popcorn mix, a delicious, crunchy snack that offers a combination of both sweet and spicy flavors.
For even more options, check out Disney’s new online vegan dining guide! The vegan snacks at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge are out of this world!
You can also check out PETA’s guide to vegan food at Disneyland:
And Disney World: