Disney World Desserts Worth the Calories
Which Disney desserts are making memories? Though you’ll find house-made sorbets and fresh fruit on menus, here are the decadent, longtime best sellers:
Silky chai cream with tea tuile at Sanaa at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge.
Warm berry cobbler at Artist Point at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, seasonal fruit and a sugary crust served with vanilla ice cream.
Old-fashioned s’mores at 50's Prime Time Cafe at Disney’s Hollywood Studios -- graham crackers, chocolate square and marshmallows, served warm, just like the campfire days.
A Florida favorite, the Key lime pie at Olivia’s Cafe at Disney’s Old Key West Resort.
The legendary grapefruit cake at The Hollywood Brown Derby at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, made from the 1920s recipe shared from the original Brown Derby restaurant in Hollywood.
The satiny crème brûlée with a crisp brown sugar topping served at restaurants at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.
The Kona Kone at Kona Café at Disney’s Polynesian Resort, a childish delight for kids of all ages: a giant waffle cone filled with ice cream and served with cotton candy and M&Ms.
The Kitchen Sink at Beaches & Cream at Disney’s Yacht Club and Beach Club Resorts, a wonderfully sinful sundae meant for sharing with a gallon of ice cream, multiple toppings and an entire can of whipped cream.
Anything on the menu at Ghiradelli Soda Fountain & Chocolate Shop at Downtown Disney Marketplace -- a root beer float, hot fudge sundae, even an old-fashioned malt.
Do you have a favorite Disney dessert?
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