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Walt Disney World Food Inspired Recipe – Broccoli Coleslaw & Hummus Sandwich

In all the time we’ve spent at Disneyland parks some of my favorite times have been food. From character breakfasts and dancing with jungle creatures to harbor houses and foreign countries there’s no doubt that Disney does food! Since leaving Walt Disney World food I have not been able to get this sandwich out of my mind so I finally decided I have to recreate it myself.  disney world food coleslaw hummus sandwich

You can find this actual sandwich at The Columbia Harbor House inside Disney’s Magic Kingdom which they named it The Lighthouse Sandwich. I found there are plenty of vegetarian options at Walt Disney World but I fell in love with this simple sandwich.

 

Disney World Food: Broccoli Coleslaw & Hummus Sandwich

What You Need:

  • A good wheat bread (I used Dave’s Killer Organic Bread)
  • broccoli stalks shredded
  • red cabbage
  • carrots shredded
  • a good poppy seed dressing
  • 1/4 cup miracle whip
  • pepper and salt
  • hummus

How To Make It This Disney World Food:

Shred, and mix together. I added just a little bit of poppy dressing, it makes it slightly sweet and gives it that slaw flavor. I simply toast the bread and for spread put hummus on either side. Use a plan or pine nut hummus, no garlic or red pepper. Put the slaw in the middle and it’s the perfect sandwich. It’s an easy way to go meatless for your lunch as well and I think it’s the perfect sandwich. I plan on keeping some slaw in my fridge and even alone without the bread and hummus my kids loved it!

Looking for a healthy and tasty sandwich, check out the broccoli coleslaw & hummus sandwich idea.

3 Comments

  1. Chris on June 22, 2011 at 8:12 am

    Hands down, this is my favorite thing to eat at WDW. And the quiet area upstairs at Columbia Harbor House is the best!



  2. Stefanie on June 2, 2011 at 9:23 am

    I ALWAYS go for the tuna sandwich at Columbia Harbour House. I will have to try this one though.



  3. Owen's Mom on May 19, 2011 at 8:44 am

    Oh, that does sound delicious! I will have to give that a try this summer. Always looking for new vegetarian options.