All the vegan snacks and drinks at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge have us trying to get there in hyperdrive. It’s no surprise that the newest intergalactic addition to Disneyland Resort offers a variety of animal-free treats, as our favorite Jedi Master was vegan, and Disney just announced more than 400 new vegan items. The parks are making it easy to find them: Just look for the green leaf logo at any eatery. We’re ordering all the dairy-free blue and green milk, because it tastes like tropical fruit, and most importantly, no cows were tortured in order to make it. 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
We were so excited to hear that Disneyland Resort decided to make its version of the famous blue milk from the Star Wars saga completely dairy-free. This refreshing beverage, which comes both frozen and unfrozen, can be found at several locations throughout the park, including the Milk Stand and Oga’s Cantina.
Outpost Popcorn Mix
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.
Felucian Garden Spread
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I was able to visit the new Star Wars Galaxy's Edge at #Disneyland and their restaurant Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo offers two vegan entrees, a dinner and a lunch option. Pictured here is the lunch option. It is basically falafel (tasted more like a veggie burger) with hummus and pita. It was very good. #Vegan #WhatVegansEat #PlantBased #VegansOfIG #FriendlyFood #FriendsNotFood #GoVegan #Veganism #ForTheAnimals #CrueltyFree #StarWars #GalaxysEdge #StarWarsGalaxysEdge #DisneyVegan #VeganAtDisney #VeganDisney #VeganDisneyland #DisneylandVegan #Pita #Hummus
A Taste of Takodana
Although this hummus plate is technically a kids’ meal, cast members make exceptions for adult vegan Padawans. The black bean hummus is topped with “edible soil,” which is a mixture of vegan breadcrumbs and nuts, and it comes with chilled veggies and vegan bread. You can find this tasty snack at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo.
Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic Concoctions
At Oga’s Cantina, you can take a break from defending the galaxy and sip on vegan alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails. 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
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Trying all the drinks @ogascantina @galaxysedge #ogascantina #galaxysedge #starwars #cocktails #carbonfreeze #skyhopper #jedimindtricks #bespinfizz #outerrim #jetjuice #andothers #outofthisworld #socool #dreamscometrue #disneyland #feellikeakidagain #scumandvillainy #wedontservetheirkind #youllbedead #somanyquotes #iphonex
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:
Disney California Adventure Park:
Vegan Food at Disney California Adventure Park
And Disney World: