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Our Favorite Disney Soups

Fall is here and for me the best part about Fall is the food. When I think about my favorite autumnal foods, I can’t help but think about soup. There’s nothing better on a cool day than a big bowl a soup to warm you up.  Even though we usually visit Walt Disney World in the heat of the summer, I can’t help but indulge in a bowl of soup from time to time. These are some of my favorites.

1. Potato Leek Soup – Be Our Guest
I tried this soup for the first time this summer and I’m hooked.  The soup has a velvety texture, but is not 100% smooth. The small bits of potato were a nice surprise, especially for someone like me who likes a chunkier soup. You can also taste the oniony leeks. They are not overwhelming, but rather subtly there in the background.  This soup is very satisfying, while not making you too full.
2. Canadian Cheddar Soup – Le Cellier
One of our first Tasty Tuesday posts was our at home twist on Le Cellier’s Cheddar Cheese soup and pretzel bread. To put it simply, we love this soup. With it’s sharp cheddar taste and undertones of beer and bacon, this the perfect October soup.With Oktoberfest upon us, why not warm up with a large bowl of this delicious soup to celebrate. 
Our at home version of Cheddar Cheese Soup and Pretzel Bread
3. Carrot Ginger Soup – Boma
If you have ever dined at Boma at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, then you know how amazing their soup selection is. On any night you have your choice of three different soups. Here are some of the possibilities:
Butternut Squash Soup
Zanzibar Crab Soup
Carrot Ginger soup
Harira Soup
Lentils and Sausage Soup
Chicken Corn Chowder
Coconut Chicken Curry Soup
Curried Coconut Seafood Stew
Mushroom Soup 
Curry Cauliflower Soup
Seafood Gumbo
Of these my favorite is the Carrot Ginger Soup. I was very disappointed on our last visit as it was not a choice the night we ate at Boma. The reason why I love this soup is because it is sweet and spicy all at the same time. 
4. Broccoli Cheddar Soup – The Earl of Sandwich
Obviously, The Earl of Sandwich at Downtown Disney Marketplace is known for their one of a kind sandwiches. But did you know they also make soup? Artisan soup selections vary by day and can include:
  • Tomato
  • Chicken Tortilla
  • Potato Bacon
  • Chicken Noodle
  • Hearty Vegetable
  • Wisconsin Cheddar 
  • and my favorite…
…Broccoli Cheddar Soup. This soup can be it’s own meal! Chock full of big chunks of broccoli, this soup will leave you satisfied. Pair it with an Earl’s Grey Iced Tea and you have one of my favorite meals.
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5. Strawberry Soup – 1900 Park Fare
Ok, so this soup won’t warm you, but it’s a whole lot of fun. The cold Strawberry Soup from the buffet at 1900 Park Fare is a sweet treat that will end your dinner (or breakfast) happily ever after.
Photo from  They also have a recipe for the Strawberry Soup!

James’ contribution: 

Tomato and Paneer Cheese Soup – Sanaa

I’m not a big fan of soup usually.  If it’s included in a meal, I’ll try it but I don’t want to fill up on it.  I have only one soup to add to this list, and that’s the Tomato and Paneer Cheese Soup at Sanaa.  Very light, and very tasty.  Lisa remarked that it tasted like a mozzarella stick.  Well, I love mozzarella sticks dipped in tomato sauce, so that’s probably why I liked this soup so much! You’ll want to cut up the cheese pieces so you get some cheese in every spoonful!

Have you ever been warmed by a bowl of Disney soup? Which is your favorite? Leave us a comment and let us know.

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Denise Nutile

Thursday 3rd of April 2014

We so did not realize how many different and awesome food choices are available at WDW on our first trip to Disney as a family. Next year will be different, I will take the time to research/discover all the amazing options before going so we don't miss out!! These soups looks soooo yummy. Thanks for letting me know about these where to get them, will have to try them out next trip down to WDW!!

Teri Paris

Sunday 13th of October 2013

I love the Strawberry soup, it is must try!!!


Friday 4th of October 2013

Yum! Looking good for the upcoming fall and winter season! Thanks for sharing!


Sunday 13th of October 2013

Don't they! Thanks for dropping in!


Thursday 3rd of October 2013

Thanks for stopping by! Let us know how you liked them!

Mayra Lopez

Thursday 3rd of October 2013

So many great soups to choose from. Some of these will be added to my must-try list.


Sunday 13th of October 2013

Thanks, Mayra!

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