Disney World recently launched an extensive online guide to help guests navigate its new vegan options. Last month, Disney announced that it would add approximately 400 new plant-based options to its parks, starting with restaurants at Disney World in Orlando, FL. “Are you exploring a plant-based lifestyle, trying to eat less meat or simply seeking out new culinary adventures? Our plant-powered cuisine is made with plant foods like grains, nuts, vegetables, and fruit—and no animal meat, dairy, eggs, or honey,” the guide states. “Whether you are looking for savory snacks, a quick meal or a 3-course dining experience, you’ll find more plant-based options at Walt Disney World Resort than ever before.” The guide—which advises guests to look for a leaf symbol to locate plant-based dishes—is divided into Disney World’s various properties, including theme park Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom Park, Hollywood Studios, and Disney Springs, in addition to its boardwalk, water park, and hotels. New options span all of Disney World’s restaurants and are served for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with vegan options such as blueberry muffins, waffles, burgers, and inventive dishes such as Portobello Pot Roast, Eggless Florentine, Smoked Stuffed Peppers, mushroom-based Lobster-style Salad, and many more. New dessert options are widespread as well and include Strawberry Shortcake, Crème Brulee, and a mousse made with Jack Daniels and Baileys Almande. Starting next spring, Disneyland Resort in California will offer similar plant-based options.