Best Foods at EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival

Best Foods at EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival

Every year, we’re focused on finding the Best Foods at EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival. BUT even our most exciting choices sometimes leave us a little disappointed. And since eating your way around the world can get expensive we wanted to give you the heads up! Here are our favorite foods from Walt Disney World Flower and Garden Festival at Epcot. Updated 2023.

Pink slushy France Disney World

La Vie en Rose Frozen Slush | France

This pink slushy is one we seek out every single year. Very yummy! Not too sweet and has just enough kick to help get us through the day. Vodka, Grey Goose L’Orange Vodka, St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur, and white and red cranberry juices.

Street corn at Flower and Garden Festival

Grilled Street Corn on the Cob | Florida Fresh

This spicy Corn on the Cob is great if you’re looking for something fresh. Served with savory garlic spread and crushed spicy corn chips (New) (Plant-based) (Garden Graze).

The Honey Bistro EPCOT Chicken and Corn WAffles

Chicken and Cornbread Waffle | The Honey Bee-Stro

We love Chicken and Waffles, and this one could have doubled as a lunch! Crispy honey-brined chicken and honey sweet cornbread waffle with whipped honey butter and spicy honey. the cornbread waffle was fantastic. Highly recommend. 

Avocado Toast at EPCOT Flower and Garden

Avocado Toast | Brunchcot 

We get wary of avocados at fast food type places, simply because they can go bad so quickly. But that was not the case here. This Avocado Toast was great, served with marinated toybox tomatoes on toasted ciabatta (Plant-based) (Garden Graze).

Pizza at Honey Bee-Stro EPCOT

Pollinator Flatbread | The Honey Bee-Stro

Flatbreads are always a treat since you get so much for your Disney dollar, and they’re easily shareable. This one was delicious. Pollinator Flatbread with honey-whipped mascarpone, honey caramelized onions, blueberry gastrique, prosciutto, honey-whipped goat cheese, arugula, honey vinaigrette, and bee pollen (New)

Pretzel Bread at Disney Flower and Garden Festival

Toasted Pretzel Bread | Bauernmarkt Germany

A classic, this german staple is one we love and highly recommend. Lots of flavors, both sweet and salty. Toasted Pretzel Bread topped with black forest ham and melted gruyère cheese.

Germany Cheese Struedel with fruit compote

Warm Cheese Strudel | Bauernmarkt Germany

By far one of our favorite foods and one of our favorite ( and easiest )Disney recipes the Warm Cheese Strudel with berries is a must-try. This warm cheese-filled pastry is a perfect combination of soft cheese and a mixed berry compote. This pastry comes out warm, and flaky. The berries are a perfect complement to the sweet cheese in this savory pastry. Sometimes this one is a hit or miss if it’s been sitting under lights, but it’s still one we re-try every year. 

Flower and Garden Festival

Frozen Desert Violet Lemonade | Pineapple Promenade World Showcase Plaza

And while there are many amazing drinks at the Flower and Garden Festival, none is as popular as Violet Lemonade! This one comes frozen and luscious with violet syrup and an actual violet. The perfect not-to-sweet treat for spring!

Disney Epcot Flower and Garden Festival Cheese Cake at Honey Bistro

Honey-Mascarpone Cheesecake | The Honey Bee-stro 

If you’re looking for extra decadent and are a cheesecake lover then get ready to be pleasantly surprised! While cheesecake is cheesecake this one is infused with all things, honey! This is a Honey-Mascarpone Cheesecake with honey whipped cream, whipped honey, crystalized honey, honeycomb, dehydrated honey, and fennel pollen meringue kisses.

flower and garden festival menus 2019

Frushi | Hanami Japan

By far the Instagram darling of the list the Frushi at the Japan outdoor kitchen makes our Favorite Foods at Disney’s Flower and Garden Festival every year. This Frushi is Strawberry, pineapple, and lychee wrapped in sweet rice and pink soy wrap served with whipped cream, drizzled raspberry sauce, and toasted coconut. A very decadent treat, best shared. If you love the flavors of fruit ( and rice) then this is the Disney treat for you. 

Potato Pancake with Caramelized Ham, Onions, and Herb Sour Cream | Bauernmarkt Farmers Market Germany

Potato Pancakes are generally a cozy dish we reserve for cooler months. But, this savory potato pancake dish is light enough to get you through the spring without feeling hungry! Topped with ham, onions, and sour cream you can basically just call this lunch. Another fantastic dish that would be easy to throw together at home. 

Flower and Garden Festival

Watermelon Cucumber Slushy | Florida Fresh

Another favorite slushy from the Flower and Garden Festival, this Disney watermelon slushy is perfectly refreshing and light for hot days. And it’s pink, so that’s really all we needed to know.

So there you have it, our favorites from this year’s festival! Hope this helps you on your foodie journey at the Walt Disney World EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival.  Be sure to Check out the Flower and Garden Festival menus to get a start on your festival planning. Let us know your favorites! And what we need to try next.

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Melanie Renee is a photographer, writer, designer and mom. Visiting Disney destinations since 2010, she is also an Authorized Disney Vacation Planner. When she's not creating her next coffee recipe, or designing apparel at Polka Dot Pixie Shop, she's seeking beautiful sunsets and planning her next trip .

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