We are less than two weeks away from the official start of the 2020 Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival at Walt Disney World and although the official menus for the outdoor kitchens have not been released yet (UPDATE: Menus Reveal NEW Vegan Options for 2020) we do have confirmation that the all vegan Trowel & Trellis booth will be returning again in 2020 with the exact same menu it offered guests in 2019.
CONFIRMED! All Vegan Booth Returns to 2020 Epcot Flower & Garden Festival
Last year the festival chef’s debuted an all vegan Outdoor Kitchen and it was so popular that it will be making a triumphant return this year as well.
Trowel & Trellis will be offering the same vegan food items as it did in 2019. Here are those dishes.
Vegan and gluten-free Grilled Street Corn on the Cob.
This has a savory garlic spread made from Earth Balance butter. The corn is rolled in a house-made vegan tofu cheese which resembles crumbled cotija cheese, the traditional topping for street corn.
Next is the Farmhouse Meatball wrapped in lentil bread. Inside the wrap you’ll find spinach, marinated vegetables (onions and peppers), mint and a creamy vegan herb dressing.
The meatball is made with Impossible burger “meat” and has a tiny bit of red chili paste to give it the slightest kick.
And finally the Chocolate Pudding Terrarium with chocolate avocado cream topped with matcha crumb, pomegranate pearls, edible flowers and baby herbs.
And just recently announced, there will be a Vegan Garden Graze stroll with a complementary vegan snack for completing it! You can read all about it here: Vegan Garden Graze Coming to the 2020 Epcot Flower & Garden Festival
The 2020 Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival runs March 4th – June 1st. You can check out our review of last year’s festival here: The Complete Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival Vegan Disney Food Guide
LOOKING FOR VEGAN OPTIONS IN THE THEME PARKS, WATER PARKS AND DISNEY SPRINGS?
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LOOKING FOR VEGAN OPTIONS IN THE WALT DISNEY WORLD RESORT HOTELS?
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We had annual passes for Epcot and opted out this year. Not worth the drive to have vegan food only certain times during the year. Very limited.
There are 32 locations in Epcot with vegan offerings year round. Many have multiple offerings on their menus. https://vegandisneyfood.com/vegan-options-in-the-disney-parks-and-resorts/whats-vegan-in-epcot/
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