With many thanks to some friends and readers of the DFB (Daniel S. and @brbgoingtodisney), we’re taking you to breakfast in Andy’s backyard!
You can take the full tour of Woody’s Lunch Box here, because today we’re diving straight into two of the headliners on the morning menu! The S’more French Toast Sandwich ($7.99) is a gooey mixture of marshmallow and chocolate ganache tucked inside a grilled custard-soaked brioche bread.
So you’ve got your chocolate and your marshmallow… but where’s that final S’more staple ingredient of graham cracker? Small bits are encrusted on the outside of the sandwich, along with cinnamon and sugar! This might even beat out the Croissant Doughnut (topped with banana-caramel sauce and chocolate ganache) at Be Our Guest Restaurant as the most unapologetic dessert-for-breakfast in Disney World right now!
Looking for something more-than-slighty less sweet ;-D? Our friend Daniel went for the all-out-savory Breakfast Bowl ($8.49), among other items.
He brought a friend along — his new Alien Popcorn Bucket — to help sniff out the scene!
Like the Totchos for lunch and dinner, the Breakfast Bowl has a base of baked (not fried) potato barrels. It’s topped with smoked brisket country gravy, a heaping helping of scrambled eggs, and green onions.
He shared that the Breakfast Bowl was hearty, with big bits of brisket in the gravy (layered underneath the eggs). There was a bit of spice for a surprise. And he also advised that he added ketchup to the dish, which can be found in plentiful supply among the condiments.
Woody’s Lunch Box has more up for grabs in the morning, including a Smoked Turkey Breakfast Sandwich ($7.49) which also features melted Swiss cheese, sautéed green pepper, onions, and scrambled eggs on grilled sourdough bread.
The Kids’ Menu features smaller version of the three dishes above.
Looking for something lighter? The Banana Split Yogurt Parfait ($5.99) layers pineapple, strawberries, and banana with vanilla yogurt and honey.
It’s topped with granola and dark chocolate chips to sweeten things up just a bit.
And don’t forget… those Lunch Box Tarts ($3.29) that we loved during dinner are also available for breakfast, playing up the nostalgic theme with a take on a breakfast toaster tart. Choices are Raspberry and Chocolate Hazelnut. The Raspberry includes raspberry marmalade stuffed in the pastry, which is covered with strawberry fondant and crispy pearls.
The Chocolate-Hazelnut stuffed pastry is covered in a maple fondant and candied bacon. Because breakfast 😉 .
If you want some help tackling the lines at Woody’s Lunch Box no matter what time of day you visit, remember that this spot offers Mobile Order!