JUST Egg Arrives in Walt Disney World

2018 is proving to be a big year for vegan options in Walt Disney World. Late 2017 we started to see Beyond Burgers arrive in Disney Resorts, only to see them continue to grow in the parks during this year and even some Impossible Burgers. Then this summer the Beyond Sausage first popped up in Magic Kingdom at Friars Nook and now is at multiple locations in Disney World! Vegan cheese is available in many restaurants and quick service locations too.

The newest vegan option to arrive is the JUST Egg! This plant-based scramble is currently only available at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort at the Centertown Market quick service breakfast.

American Breakfast and Create-Your-Own Breakfast Bowl

Once we found out about the new addition we immediately went to check it out. After speaking with a chef we found out you can get the “Create-Your-Own Breakfast Bowl” with the Plant-based Sausage and Plant- based Scramble, or you can do the American Breakfast and just sub the bacon for the Plant-based Sausage. We ordered one of each.

Create-Your-Own Breakfast Bowl

The bowl comes with a pico de gallo on it and was super flavorful. We were surprised to see they replaced the original sausage they had a few weeks ago with a Beyond Sausage Brat.

Create-Your-Own Breakfast Bowl

Let’s talk about the JUST egg! It looks SO REALISTIC. I was a little, okay a lot, nervous to try this as I wasn’t the biggest scrambled egg fan back in the day. The egg flavor wasn’t overly strong, which I was cool with. The egg was a little grainy and not as firm as what I remember eggs to be. Bridget took one for the team to go eat with me and said that the JUST egg reminded her of the eggs she used to enjoy but wished it was a bit more flavorful. Both of us agreed that cheese would have been a great addition to it too.

American Breakfast

The American Breakfast also comes with toast, we asked the chef if they had vegan butter and he happily ran back to grab us some for it.

American Breakfast

Both of us didn’t like the potatoes. They were very dry and starchy, we’re hoping it was just a bad day for those. Out of the two, I would go for the bowl because the pico had a great flavor to add to the bowl. Both options were less than $10.

I really look forward to seeing this in more places in Disney World. I really want to see how it does with a different application other than a scramble.

Author: Melissa Kramer

Back in 2014 I created Vegan Disney World after going to Walt Disney World several times and finding no resource for vegan options. Corey and I began this blog from our trips and have now moved closer to the mouse to eat around the parks on a weekly basis. Since the blog started we have cruised on Disney Cruise Line, gone to Tokyo Disneyland and to Disneyland in California!

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