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Keto at Magic Kingdom: How to Eat Low Carb in Disney

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Eating Low Carb at Disney World: Keto at Magic KingdomOne of the latest crazes among dieters is the Keto diet. A keto or ketogenic diet is a very low-carb, high fat eating plan that forces your body to use fat as a form of energy. Because the diet is so restrictive, people have a hard time with dining out. This is especially true when it comes to Walt Disney World.

How to Eat Keto at Magic Kingdom

If you happen to be on the Keto diet and wondering what you can do while at Magic Kingdom, you’ll be glad to know that you’ll have options.

There are many restaurants at the parks that serve things you will be able to eat.  The key to eating Keto in the Magic Kingdom is to know where to go & what to order.

First thing you should know is that Disney is very accommodating when it comes to meals. 

If a meal comes with a side you are unable to eat because you are eating Keto, you can easily substitute something you can eat in its place.  The main thing is to ask.

We’ve scoured the restaurants in Magic Kingdom and have found quite a few snack and meal options for those who are eating Keto in the Magic Kingdom.

While we cannot be 100% sure if sauces or seasoning contains any sugar, these meals are about as Keto-friendly as they get!

Places to find Low Carb Meals at Magic Kingdom

Pecos Bills in FrontierlandPeco’s Bills

  • Jerk Chicken Lettuce Wrap– Bib Lettuce Cups filled with Jerk Chicken topped with Vegetable Slaw and tossed with Soy Lime Vinaigrette

Liberty Square Market

  • Turkey Leg
  • Mini Babybel Snack Cheese Platter
  • Pickle

Golden Oak Outpost

  • Barbecue Pork Rinds

Be Our Guest Dining OptionsBe Our Guest (lunch)

  • Braised Pork (Coq Au Vin Style) – Eight Hour Slow-cooked Pork with Mushrooms, Onions, Carrots and Bacon served with Mashed Potatoes and Green Bean Jardiniere.
  • Tuna Niçoise Salad– Seared Tuna with Chilled Green Beans, Fingerling Potatoes, Olives, Roasted Bell Peppers, Tomatoes, Hard-poached Egg and Saffron Aioli.
  • Vegetable Quiche– Mushroom, Zucchini, Bell Pepper, Onion and Chive Quiche served with Baby Lettuce and Champagne Vinaigrette.

Columbia Harbor House

  • Grilled Salmon-Grilled Salmon Filet served with Couscous and Green Beans and Carrots
  • Shrimp Wedge Salad– Shrimp served on top of Romaine Lettuce, diced Tomato, Bacon, Egg, Melons, Onions and Cucumbers drizzled with a Zinfandel Vinaigrette Dressing

Cosmic Rays

  • 1/2 Rotisserie Chicken – Slow-roasted Rotisserie Chicken served with Mashed Potatoes and Green Beans
  • Greek Salad with Chicken – Feta, Tomato Relish, Banana Peppers, and Kalamata Olives tossed in a Greek Feta Vinaigrette Dressing

Skipper Canteen at Magic KingdomSkipper Canteen

  • “A Lot at Steak” Salad– Grilled Steak, Romaine Lettuce, Red Peppers, Tomatoes, Cucumber, Parsley, Coriander-Mint Vinaigrette, and Garlic Chips
  • Dr. Falls’ Signature Grilled Steak – Marinated New York Strip, Pico de Gallo Butter, Jasmine Rice, and Braised Black Beans with Applewood-smoked Bacon
  • “Hardy Har Char” Siu Pork – Char Siu-marinated Pork served with Seasonal Vegetables and Jasmine Rice
  • Sankuru Sadie’s Seafood Stew– Shrimp, Sustainable Fish, Mussels, and Octopus simmered in a fragrant Coconut Sauce.
  • Sustainable Fish– “Not Piranha,” served over Chinese Broccoli, Carrots, Shiitake Mushrooms, and Red Bell Peppers in a fragrant Lemon Grass Broth

Liberty Tree Tavern in Magic KingdomLiberty Tree Tavern

  • Lunch: All-You-Care-to-Enjoy Bill of Fare– Declaration Salad (Tossed Mixed Greens with House- made Dressing); Patriot’s Platter (Roasted Turkey Breast, Pot Roast, and Oven-roasted Pork with Mashed Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetables, Herb Stuffing, and House-made Macaroni and Cheese ); Oooey Gooey Toffee Cake
  • Dinner: Patriot’s Platter – Roasted Turkey Breast, Pot Roast, and Oven- roasted Pork with Mashed Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetables, Herb Stuffing, and House-made Macaroni and Cheese

Pinocchio Village Haus

  • Antipasto Salad– Romaine, Tomatoes, Diced Cucumber, Diced Red Onion, Salami, Provolone Cheese and Diced Ham tossed with Balsamic Vinaigrette
  • Caesar Salad with Chicken– Fresh Romaine Lettuce topped with Grilled Chicken, Parmesan Cheese, Croutons and a creamy Caesar Dressing
  • Tomato Basil Soup

The Plaza Restaurant

  • Wedge Salad – Half Wedge of Iceberg Lettuce served with Tomatoes, Onions, and Cucumbers topped with Gorgonzola and Ranch Dressing
  • Grilled Chicken Strips (on kids menu)

Tomorrowland Terrace

  • Chicken Caesar Salad– Fresh Romaine Lettuce topped with grilled Chicken Breast and served with Bacon, Croutons, and Parmesan Cheese
  • Chef Salad– Bed of fresh Greens topped with Ham, Turkey, Bacon, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Cheddar Cheese and a Boiled Egg. Tossed in choice of Italian or Ranch Dressing

Tony's Italian RestaurantTony’s Town Square

  • Grilled Jumbo ShrimpRisotto di Parma, crispy Pancetta, and Pinot Gris Nage
  • Roman-style Steak – Grilled 8-oz Angus Hanger Steak, Caramelized Onions, Rosemary-crushed Potatoes, and Local Vegetables
  • Today’s Sustainable Fish (Market Price) – served with Seasonal Accompaniments

Each of the meals listed should be mostly Keto compliant. We have crossed through the side items that are NOT keto-friendly and suggest that you ask for that item to be replaced with something you can eat (think green vegetable).

You will find that we did not add breakfast into the equation. All restaurants that serve breakfast, will typically have an egg option for you to choose (along with a side of bacon).

You also will notice that we have not included any Disney buffet restaurants in our list. The reason for this is because with a buffet, you will have several options to choose from on your own. 

You should be able to make your choices while you browse the buffet and the fact that you can choose your portions, makes it easy for eating Keto in the Magic Kingdom.

If you have anything you think I should add to our list for eating Keto in the Magic Kingdom, please comment below.

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Megan

Saturday 12th of January 2019

My favorite meal at the Magic Kingdom would be the taco salad, hold the shell, from Pecos Bill cafe. They let you load up your salad with whatever you want, so I use lots of sour cream and cheese.

Sandi

Friday 11th of January 2019

Trouble with buffets is that your paying top dollar for the small portions that you chose to eat

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