After a few non-infant and non-toddler related posts (like my new obsession with Disnify.com or our new Mickey Mouse waffle maker), and after a lot of research for this post, I’m here to share everything I’ve learned about soy milk at Disney World.
We recently discovered that our youngest daughter is lactose intolerant (age 1). A few days later, we headed to Disney World and we were pleased to find soy milk readily available at many locations, including select quick service locations, most table service locations, and resort food courts. Soy milk at Disney World is Silk Soymilk brand and is available in single serve packages, often in several flavors. Pricing on Silk Soymilk is the same as regular milk (around $2.49 each).
The Food and Beverage folks at Disney World were kind enough to pass on their Gluten Free Dietary Guide, which lists all theme park and resort locations and what items are available from each. The list was helpful for us to find where to buy Silk Soymilk and Rice Dream ice cream. You can view it here in PDF format. To save it, simply right click the document and save to your device (18 pages).
Additionally, I was told while at Disney World that if Silk Soymilk is not listed on the menu at a table service restaurant, ask for it, it may be available.
Since Silk Soymilk does not have to be refrigerated until it is opened, it is great for traveling. Consider buying single serve packages for the airport or car ride to Disney World. If individually packaged soy milk is expensive at your local store, look into Silk Soymilk on Amazon.com.