Disney World Desserts Worth the Calories

January 7, 2016




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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