Happy #tastytuesday friends!! Today’s post is all about my FAVORITE allergy friendly eats in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge!
If you haven’t already visited Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, I highly recommend visiting the land. Even if you are not a Star Wars fan, the Imangineering behind the land is absolutely amazing. The land itself is a completely new planet called Batuu, which plays host to Black Spire Outpost that attracts both light and dark side characters alike. You can fly the Millenium Falcon, build your own lightsaber, and interact with characters, like Chewbacca and Kylo Ren, as they wander throughout the land. You can access Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World in Florida or at Disneyland in California.
But, as much as I can gush about the land, let’s get on with what we’re all here for…the food!! First up is my favorite drink in Galaxy’s Edge (GE), blue milk. Blue milk is naturally vegan as it is made with coconut milk, which means it is dairy/egg free. Blue milk is also gluten free as well. I did a quick taste test of the blue versus green milk, and I found the green milk to be more tart and flowery, while I found the blue milk to be more sweet and reminiscent of blue smarties. Want to add an extra kick? You can add rum to your Bacardi blue milk, which makes for a delicious pick-me-up on a warm day. You can grab your blue milk at the Milk Stand in Black Spire Market in GE.
Next up is the popcorn at Kat Saka’s Kettle. I decided to try both kinds of popcorn offered at this eatery. The red/purple popcorn tasted like sweet kettle corn, while the green popcorn tasted like regular buttered popcorn. Both options are naturally vegan/gluten free as well (as with all popcorn in Walt Disney World/Disneyland!), and they taste even more delicious when they are mixed together. My suggestion is to grab a blue milk and a mixed bag of popcorn while you walk around and admire the details around Black Spire Outpost.
And now, for the main course! My absolute favorite lunch/dinner meal is the Ronto wrap at Ronto Roasters. Just thinking about the combination of roasted pork, grilled pork sausage, peppercorn sauce, and tangy slaw wrapped in a pita makes my mouth water. Although this wrap is not naturally allergy friendly, I connected with some cast members who advised me that the wrap will become egg/dairy free if you order it without the peppercorn sauce. If you are looking to make this wrap fully gluten-free as well, skip the pita and order the sausage with the slaw on top! This meal is very easy to walk around with while you are exploring GE.
Finally, to wrap things up, I couldn’t leave out my favorite boozy drink in GE, the Fuzzy TaunTaun. You can get this drink exclusively at Oga’s Cantina (reservations recommended 180 days in advance!), which is a combination of Ciroc peach vodka, Bols peach schnapps, Simply orange with tangerine, pure cane sugar, and “Buzz Button tingling foam.” Although the drink itself is delicious, my favorite part about the drink is the tingling foam! I’ve never had a drink that make my mouth numb before, so I had a lot of fun with this drink. This drink is also vegan/gluten free as well.
Well, there you have it, my top allergy friendly treats at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge! Do you have a favorite snack or food in GE? Comment below!
Here’s to living our best and most delicious Disney lives! <3
Meagan has been living with many food allergies and sensitivities since she was 19 years old. She is currently a Personal Vacation Advisor for Magical Vacation Planner, specializing in helping her guests book trips to Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando Resort. Meagan enjoys researching fitness and nutrition and has taken a special interest in finding allergy friendly options at Walt Disney World.
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