Women’s History Month Foodie Guide Announced

The Disney Parks Blog has announced a new foodie guide celebrating Women’s History Month at the Walt Disney World resorts in Orlando, Florida.


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According to the post by Nicole Cantore, these amazing food creations will be available all March long In celebration of the female chefs at Walt Disney World. See below for more information.

Happy (almost) Women’s History Month! Here at Disney Parks, we are surrounded by talented women chefs, mixologists, pastry chefs, and more creating culinary works of art for you to enjoy daily. I, for one, am always amazed by the talent of these individuals and love to see what they bring to the plate and the glass.  

Throughout the entire year there are plenty of ways to enjoy flavors expertly crafted across Disney Parks – the bites are truly endless! This year, for Women’s History Month, I’ve put together all the tasty ways you can “Celebrate HER story” at Walt Disney World Resortwith dishes inspired by some of your favorite women characters, like the How Far I’ll Go Haupia Pie inspired by Moana, and whipped up by some of the women and culinary masterminds at Disney Parks, like the Tropical Paradise Cheesecake created by Chef Assistant Yaneth at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort and the Coconut Flan developed by Chef Assistant Meg at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort.  


I am honored to share with you these incredible eats and sips and look forward to celebrating Women’s History Month the best way I know how – through flavors! Now, let’s take a peek at the Foodie Guide and learn about some of the women behind the dishes who brought these can’t-miss creations to life.  

Chocolate ‘Muse’ Cake, South African Vegetable Bowl, How Far I’ll Go Haupia Pie and Tiana Praline Cupcake
Disney Resort Hotels  

Disney’s All-Star Movies, Disney’s All-Star Music, and Disney’s All-Star Sports 

World Premiere Food Court, Intermission Food Court, and End Zone Food Court (Available March 1 through 31; mobile order available) 

  • Chocolate ‘Muse’ Cake: Chocolate mousse with orange-ginger panna cotta, sugar cookie, chocolate glaze, and black currant whipped cream (New) 
    • Chef Assistant Ashley’s flavors in this treat represent a balance of strength (orange-ginger), boldness (black currant), and beauty (chocolate)  

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge  

The Mara (Available March 1 through 31; mobile order available) and Boma: Flavors of Africa(Available March 1 through 31) 

  • South African Vegetable Bowl: Sweet potato stew, tomato and sunflower butter, and pilau rice topped with dates, apricot achar, and a creamy avocado-tahini (Plant-based) 
    • Chef Khuloud was inspired by African flavors and her Syrian roots

Disney’s Art of Animation Resort and Disney’s Pop Century Resort  

Landscape of Flavors and Everything POP Shopping & Dining (Available March 1 through 31; available March 1 through 31) 

  • How Far I’ll Go Haupia Pie: Rich chocolate coconut pie with a layer of coconut haupia custard topped with sweet cream and macadamia nuts (New)  

Disney’s Beach Club Resort and Disney’s Yacht Club Resort  

Beach Club Marketplace and The Market at Ale & Compass (Available through March 30; mobile order available) 

  • Tiana Praline Cupcake: Vanilla cupcake filled with pecan-praline filling, vanilla buttercream, and chocolate décor  
Tropical Paradise Cheesecake, Tea Time Salad, Coconut Flan and Gingerbread Latte Whoopie Pie

Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort  

Centertown Market (Available starting March 1; mobile order available)  

  • Tropical Paradise Cheesecake: Classic cheesecake topped with passionfruit coulis, mousse, popping boba pearls, and white chocolate (New) 
    • Chef Assistant Yaneth was inspired by the flavors of a tropical paradise, the Caribbean 

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort  

Toledo –Tapas, Steak & Seafood (Available March 1 through 31) 

  • Tea Time Salad: Endive and arugula salad with Earl Grey vinaigrette, strawberries, and lavender-fennel pollen-infused goat cheese (New)
    • Chef Chelsea was inspired by the flavors commonly found at afternoon tea with a unique twist.  
  • Coconut Flan with passion fruit sauce, fresh passionfruit, and mango with a hibiscus tuille and edible flowers (New) 
    • Chef Assistant Meg was inspired by a love of flowers, bright flavors, and Surrealism – a piece of edible art.  

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa  

Gasparilla Island Grill (Available March 1 through 31; available March 1 through 31) 

  • Gingerbread Latte Whoopie Pie: Gingerbread whoopie pie filled with latte cream
    • Inspired by the gingerbread through the partnership between Proprietor Debbie and Pastry Chef Kristine 
Wishing On Stars, Honey-Thyme Pork Loin, Whiskey Tradition and Pineapple Mule

Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter and Riverside 

Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory (Available starting March 1) and Riverside Mill Food Court (Available March 1 through 31) 

  • Wishing On Stars: Mango mousse with coconut-lime gelée, coconut glaze, and décor fit for a princess (Mobile order available)  

Available at Various Resorts  

  • Honey-Thyme Pork Loin with Roasted Garden Vegetables: Tender pork loin with roasted garden vegetables, edible flowers, and honey-thyme reduction (New) Available at the following March 1 through 31 (Mobile order available):
    • World Premiere Food Court at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort 
    • Intermission Food Court at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort 
    • End Zone Food Court at Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort 
    • Landscape of Flavors at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort  
    • Centertown Market at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort 
    • Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter  
    • Riverside Mill Food Court at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside  
    • Everything POP Shopping & Dining at Disney’s Pop Century Resort
      • Chef Becky drew inspiration from the blooming vegetables and ingredients of the springtime  

Available at Various Lounges and Table-service Restaurants at Disney Resort Hotels (Available through March 31)  

  • Whiskey Tradition: Uncle Nearest 1884 Small Batch Whiskey, pineapple juice, almond, agave, and angostura bitters
    • Features Uncle Nearest Whiskey, which is both a Black-owned and Women-owned business 

Available at Various Pool Bars and Table-service Restaurants (Available through March 30) 

  • Pineapple Mule: Uncle Nearest 1884 Small Batch Whiskey, Hella Cocktail Co. Ginger Bitters, pineapple juice, ginger beer, and mint
    • Features Uncle Nearest Whiskey, which is both a Black-owned and Women-owned business 
Peach Cobbler Whiskey Cake and Ginger Whiskey
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park 

Tiffins Restaurant and Nomad Lounge (Available through March 31)  

  • Peach Cobbler Whiskey Cake: Peach cobbler cake, honey vanilla bean ice cream, and brown butter whiskey caramel  
  • The Ginger Whiskey featuring Uncle Nearest 1856 Whiskey with notes of ginger and brown sugar
    • Both items feature Uncle Nearest Whiskey, which is both a Black-owned and Women-owned business 
Sponge Cake and Cold Fudge Funnel Cake

Regal Eagle Smokehouse: Craft Drafts & Barbecue (Available through March 31; mobile order available)  

  • Tiana Banana Pudding  

Sunshine Seasons  

  • Birria Tacos with beef, Monterey jack cheese, onions, cilantro, and lime served with consommé
    • Created by Chef Veronica who was inspired by her family’s origins in Mexico 
  • Sponge Cake: Earl Grey tea sponge cake with lavender yogurt cream (New) 
    •  Crafted by Chef Assistant Anna and inspired by Marie Curie

Funnel Cake (Available March 1 through 31)  

  • Cold Fudge Funnel Cake with Chocolate-dipped Vanilla Ice Cream, Whipped Cream, Caramel and Chocolate Chips (New)
    • Created by business-owner Ellen

Pineapple Promenade at the EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival

  • Playalinda Brewing Company Violet Lemonade Ale 
  • 3 Daughters Brewing Tropical Hefe
    • From Women-owned businesses 

  Tangierine Café at the EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival

  • Flavors of the Medina: 3 Daughters Brewing Pomegranate Hard Cider
    • From a Woman-owned business
Braised Beef
Magic Kingdom Park

Cinderella’s Royal Table 

  • Braised Beef with carrot and coriander purée, shallot jam, and horseradish gremolata (New) 
    • Chef Katie Gross conjured up this appetizer to honor the return of the royal princess to this beloved location 
  • McBride Sisters Sparkling Brut Rosé  
  • McBride Sisters Sauvignon Blanc  
  • McBride Sisters Chardonnay
    • The McBride Sisters is both a Black-owned and Women-owned business.  
Tiana's Mardi Gras Milkshake
Disney’s Hollywood Studios 

Hollywood Scoops (Available through March 31; mobile order available) 

  • Tiana’s Mardi Gras Milkshake: Mardi Gras king cake doughnut and a cinnamon vanilla milkshake 
Her Hops Beer Flight, Ahsoka Pop, Nona’s Homestyle Meatball and Disney Encanto Familia Madrigal Blend
Disney Springs  

City Works Eatery & Pour House (Available March 1 through 31) 

  • Her Hops Beer Flight featuring beers from all women-led or owned breweries, including Robonaut Red Ale from Playalinda Brewing Co., You’re My Boy, Blue! from Brew Bus Brewing, Hakuna Matata from D9 Brewing Company, and Duke’s Cold Nose from Bold City Brewery  

The Ganachery (Available March 1 through 31) 

  • Ahsoka Pop: Plant-based coconut and blueberry ganache enrobed in dark chocolate 

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar (Available March 1 through 31) 

  • Nona’s Homestyle Meatballs: Hand-crafted Italian meatballs, Sunday gravy, basil pesto, home-made lemon ricotta, grilled focaccia, and grated pecorino Romano  

Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Co. in The Landing (Available March 1 through 31) 

  • Disney Encanto Familia Madrigal Blend: Special blend featuring Mirabel Madrigal herself 
  • Exclusive Disney Princess Ripples  

The Polite Pig (Available March 1 through 31) 

  • Grandma’s Beef Tips & Gravy: Pillowy bed of white rice with a creamy, smoked mushroom twist dressed in a savory, hearty, and herby tenderloin beef gravy. It is accompanied by sous vide carrots in a rosemary chicken broth and then lightly grilled with the house maple glaze with a gentle kick of spice 

Happy Women’s History Month! Throughout March, share your love and appreciation for the talented women in your life – and be sure to eat all these delicious dishes from our women culinary cast members and Celebrate HER Story here at Walt Disney World Resort. 

To uncover all the ways cast members bring their cultures to life in our parks through authentic food, music and experiences throughout the year as well as the foodie adventures you can experience at Disney Parks, explore the Disney Eats Topics Page and Disney Eats on Instagram, and be sure to use #DisneyEats!   

(Note: All offerings are subject to change and availability.) 


Do you have a trip planned next month? Which of these food items are you most excited to try? Comment below to let us know!

If you’re ready to start exploring a Walt Disney World or Disneyland family vacation, I recommend checking out Undercover Tourist for your ticket options. I’ve already used them twice, once at Disneyland and once at Disney World and will plan to continue comparing their prices with other sites, however I usually come back to UT because they have the best deals and their instructions make it easy to add your tickets to the Disney apps.


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