Disney World reveals what will be inside Woody's Lunchbox in Toy Story Land

Disney World reveals what will be inside Woody’s Lunchbox in Toy Story Land

Disney World reveals what will be inside Woody’s Lunchbox in Toy Story Land!  Find out more!!!

Disney Parks – “In the toy-filled backyard that is Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, guests “shrink” to the size of a toy and explore the world of Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and friends. In the middle of all the fun, Andy has taken his vintage Woody-themed lunch box and propped it open with a thermos, turning it into a walk-up window where his toys can grab a bite to eat. From a nearby tower, green army men stand at the ready, keeping watch for Andy’s return.

“Everyone has a special food memory, so it can be tricky putting a modern spin on the favorites,” explained Lenny DeGeorge, Concept Development Culinary Director for Walt Disney World, about the year-long menu development process.  “We honored these classic dishes by using the best ingredients to elevate the flavors. How we constructed the sandwiches was important, such as layering the ingredients in a specific order, to maximize textures and flavors. Why have a cold sandwich when you can have a toasted hot, gooey cheese-filled one?”

Here is a peek into Woody’s Lunch Box.

S’more French Toast Breakfast Sandwich from Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

S’more French Toast Breakfast Sandwich – Oozy goodness in a chocolate ganache- and marshmallow-stuffed French toast topped with graham cracker crumbles. Inspired by the classic American campfire treat.

Smoked Turkey Sandwich from Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Smoked Turkey, Eggs, Swiss, Peppers, and Onions on Sourdough – The perfect hand-held stack of breakfast goodness.

Breakfast Bowl from Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Breakfast Bowl – The green army men line up for this hearty bowl of potato barrels, brisket-country gravy, and scrambled eggs.

BBQ Brisket Melt from Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

BBQ Brisket Melt – With a nod to cowboy Woody, this Texas-style smoked brisket features cheddar, Monterey Jack, pickles, and BBQ sauce on garlic butter-grilled sourdough.

Monte Cristo from Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Monte Cristo with Raspberry Jam – Woody’s version of this classic sandwich has layers of ham, turkey, Swiss, and raspberry jam…and is grilled to a golden brown.

Totchos from Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Totchos – Potato barrels, corn chips, chili, and cheese – what’s not to love??

Sides from Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios Mini Babybel Cheese from Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Sides include tomato basil soup, vegetable macaroni salad, and potato barrels. Mini Babybel snack cheese, the official snack cheese of Walt Disney World Resort, is also an option to eat with your meal or as an on-the-go snack.

Raspberry Lunch Box Tarts from Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Raspberry Lunch Box Tart garnished with Icing and Dried Fruit and Chocolate-Hazelnut Lunch Box Tart garnished with Icing and Caramelized Bacon – Even toys need a sweet treat! Inspired by breakfast toaster pastries, this modern interpretation, with its uniquely delicate crust, is the perfect hand-held pastry.

The littlest toys can enjoy a grilled cheese sandwich or turkey sandwich, both served with potato barrels and mandarin oranges. For toys looking for more lighter options, they can grab one of these tasty bites at Woody’s Lunch Box or check out the many other healthful offerings available at Disney’s Hollywood Studios including fresh fruits and vegetables, salads, and grilled meats and fish.

Banana Split Yogurt Parfait

Banana Split Yogurt Parfait – Layers of banana-vanilla Greek yogurt (with a hint of honey), fresh bananas, strawberries, and pineapple topped with granola and chocolate chips. A delicious and healthful way to start the day!

Smoked Turkey, Tomato, and Lettuce on Multigrain Bread

Smoked Turkey, Tomato, and Lettuce on Multigrain Bread – This quintessential lunch box sandwich is a light and fresh option. And to give it a kick of flavor, we add a creamy Dijonnaise.

Soda Floats from Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Soda Floats – All toys would agree that a refreshing soda float is the perfect nostalgic beverage!

Alien Sipper from Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

The adorable Alien Sipper may be purchased and filled with any fountain drink or the signature Mystic Portal Punch – Powerade Mountain Berry Blast with flavors of lemon-lime and tangerine.

The big kids can enjoy the backyard with Grown-Up’s Lemonade cocktail (cherry vodka, Odwalla Lemonade, and black cherry purée), beer, or hard cider.”

Toy Story Land will officially open on June 30, 2018.  Which menu item(s) look interesting to you?

31 thoughts on “Disney World reveals what will be inside Woody’s Lunchbox in Toy Story Land”

  1. Wait…you cant even eat inside?? The kids were already disappointed about Pizza Planet. They will really be sad now! Sci Fi it is!

  2. We were so sad to see Pizza Planet go! I thought they were just going to reopen it in Toy Storyland. Those food choices are not appealing at all! Kids love pizza!

  3. Hollywood Studios has always been the most hit or miss for me with counter service options, so I’m excited about the addition :) I definitely want to try the Monte Cristo!

  4. Disney is a magical place…but let’s face facts, it’s a business. Disney is going to cater to the masses and those masses don’t happen to be vegans. Vegans make up approximately 0.5 percent of the American population (according to Vegetarianism Times) and are therefore, do not represent a majority of those people who will visit Disney. This is a theme park, people! They serve theme park food! I don’t care for Thai food, but I don’t get upset when I go to a Thai restaurant and they serve Thai food. Honestly, kudos on your life choices…but they are just that, choices. This is not public school, you don’t have any “food rights”. Rant over.

  5. Being vegan is not a need, it is a personal choice. You just have to assume your choices and eat elsewhere if the menu doesn’t suits you, just like a picky eater. Not like being celiac which is a disease (and obviously not a choice).

    Disney already offers great meals for everyone, it just doesn’t have to be all in the same restaurant !

  6. Yes. I’ve been so disappointed that a place like Disney neglects their customers with different needs such as being vegan. I know they’re accommodating to gluten free. I wish they’d realize just how many non meat eaters there are. They have such opportunity to make great meals available for everyone, but they don’t.

  7. I think that these options look great and sandwiches are easy to eat on the go with what appears to be limited or no seating. My kids will love the s’mores French toast for sure. They probably added alcohol because it is part of the 2018 dining plan to give people more options and encourage them to eat there.

  8. Something simpler might be nice. I have very picky taste buds, and nothing on this menu appeals to me. (I tend to like one flavor at a time, not a mix of flavors–so a grilled ham, turkey, and cheese sandwich is already adventurous to me, add raspberry jam, and I’m out). A simple roast beef, turkey, or cheese sandwich, or a mac and cheese option would be fantastic to me.

  9. Especially during the Food and Wine Festival, later in the day/evening. Lots of tipsy and drunk people and occasional fights.

  10. And I never said no one ever gets drunk at Disney. I said that there are responsible people who can have a drink at Disney. Because as sensible adults I’m certain we all realize i is possible to have a drink and not get drunk. One does not mean you are the other. That’s it. So I do not see how there is nothing wrong with serving legally available adult beverages to legal age adults. That’s all I was saying.

  11. Finally, something Quick Service that is NOT a horrible hamburger or chicken nugget. Looking forward to it. Counting on mobile ordering, that’s for sure.

  12. Good thing responsible, of legal drinking age, grown ups, who are the ones to pay to bring those kids, are able to have a drink and not get drunk.

    1. I’ll contradict that statement. There are many drunken guests in the parks, especially Epcot. I’ve personally seen many first fights as a result. Most guests are well behaved, but there are issues.

  13. Having a single cocktail with a meal while om vacation does not make someone a drunk. And before you assume, I personally do not order alcohol at the parks but I’m not going to pass judgment on those that do.

  14. Hi Kenny! I find it sad that they have to add booze to Toy Story Land… There’s already enough drunks roaming the parks… Keep up the good work!

  15. It all looks yummy to me! I really want to try the s’mores sandwich. And the idea of the lunchbox being propped up with Andy’s canister is so cute.

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