Breakfast at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel is always a treat. When your hotel is a cabin, RV, or campsite, it’s even more fun. You don’t have to be staying IN Fort Wilderness to enjoy Trail’s End, however! Mosey on over to Trail’s End to experience a family style skillet in place of their previous buffet style dining. Even with the buffet, before closure for the pandemic, Trail’s End had come out with plant-based vegan skillet style meals. These have now been updated and while dinner was pretty disappointing, breakfast still hits the spot. We also have a video covering both Trail’s End vegan dinner and breakfast reviews, which you can watch below.
Vegan Breakfast at Trail’s End Details:
- Location: Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
- Breakfast Hours: 7:30a – noon
- Service: Family Style Skillet – all you care to enjoy
- Price: $19.99 per adult $11.99 per child age 3-9
Trail’s End Breakfast Vegan Skillet:
First, you are given a basket of vegan breakfast breads – including the vegan/gluten-free corn bread (which I missed from dinner!). Also included are the gluten-free rolls which I have come to loathe but if you really want bread, they are there. Lastly, a half of the vegan/gluten-free shortbread from dinner. This is all served with Earth Balance butter mixed with strawberry, which is fun.
Since the reopening of restaurants at Disney parks and resorts, there have been a lot more vegan “egg” options with Just brand egg scramble. I love Just egg and think this is a great option, whether it’s plain scrambled or turned into a delicious frittata.
Trail’s End adds to the scrambled eggs with gluten-free/vegan Mickey Waffles (which I note in my review I used to not be a fan of but they are actually growing on me. I’m not sure if they’ve changed the recipe or my palate is just getting used to them since I keep eating them for reviews! It is dependent on how long they cook them though, sometimes they are underdone and not good at all).
Also included at Trail’s End vegan breakfast is crispy, delicious tater tots, I mean, potato barrels. Whatever the name, these are delicious and if you have someone in your party that isn’t vegan but doesn’t like cheese, they can also get these since the non-vegan breakfast includes a cheesy hashbrown casserole.
Next up, depending on what they have on hand, you will be served either Sweet Earth brand bacon or sausages. I was really looking forward to trying the bacon as I still haven’t had it yet, but they were all out from opening day, so I was given the sausage. Honestly, I didn’t care for it at all. The texture and flavor were just not my favorite.
What really makes the vegan Trail’s End breakfast unique and worth a visit is the Lemon Blueberry Trifle. Served in a little mason jar, this plant-based lemon curd is layered with vegan whipped cream and fresh blueberries. It’s sweet, rich, and refreshing at the same time. Who doesn’t love dessert breakfast??
Altogether the vegan breakfast skillet at Trail’s End IS worth a visit. The breads are the same gluten-free choices that I was totally over at dinner, but the difference here is there are enough other components that are enjoyable, and with the all-you-care-to-enjoy option, you’ll definitely find something to fill up on.
The atmosphere for breakfast at Trail’s End is also so much more chill. Dinner is kind of chaotic with giant cowboy hats full of ice cream constantly coming out and everyone just hyped for their skillets. Breakfast was much more laid back and relaxing and then you have the whole day in front of you to enjoy the parks or just vibe back at the cabin or RV!
Trail’s End Vegan Video Review:
You can also read our updated Vegan Dinner at Trail’s End Review and watch our video review of Trail’s End here:
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