Last Updated on December 3, 2022 by Heather
If you have a sweet tooth, you will surely have the time of your life at Disney World. Some call it a heaven for dessert lovers. Unfortunately, at Disney World, you will not be able to taste all of the delectable sweets in one day. But you should definitely try some of the best desserts at Disney World on your next visit.
Apart from these sweet wonders, you will learn about many other desserts that you must have in Disney World. So, keep on reading this article to make your list of magical desserts.
10 Desserts You Should Try In Disney World
In this list, you will find the most popular desserts as well as the new desserts that have been creating a buzz since their introduction. So, let us get started.
1. Cheshire Cat’s Tail
Location: Cheshire Café, Lunching Pad, and Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café in Tomorrow Land
First on the list is the popular Cheshire Cat’s tail. Initially, this yummy dessert was available only at the Cheshire Café in the Magic Kingdom. But now it is available in different locations as well. So, check the dessert menu thoroughly when you order.
Although at first glance, Cheshire Cat’s Tail may not look so amusing, you will see how delicious it is once you have a bite. It is a flaky Danish pastry with chocolate, and on top, it has pink and purple icing that reminds you of the Cheshire cat from Alice in Wonderland. It tastes the best when it is warm, as the chocolate stays melted inside.
2. Ohana Bread Pudding
Location: Ohana at Polynesian Village Resort.
The next one on the list is the Ohana Bread Pudding, which has been popular for quite some time now. It is available at Ohana. Another version of the bread pudding is available in the House of Blue’s, but the Ohana Bread Pudding is still the favorite among guests. Besides, you may find it in Kona café as well. Just ask your server.
It is a banana bread pudding covered in banana foster and caramel sauce. The dessert tastes amazing. It might be the main reason to visit Ohana restaurant. Besides, while eating the bread, you can enjoy fireworks in the evening. Remember, the bread pudding is available only for dinner.
3. Dole Whip
Location: Aloha Isle at Magic Kingdom, Pineapple Lanai at Polynesian Resort, and other locations.
No list of Disney World desserts is complete without the iconic Dole Whip. After a hot summer day, you will love this soft, creamy, frozen pineapple treat. The tropical dessert is now available at different locations at Disney World theme parks.
Because of the high demand for the tasty treat, many locations are adding it to their menu. Besides pineapple, you can also have lemon, key lime, raspberry, and mango Dole Whip. Also, guests over 21 years old can mix a shot of rum with their Dole Whip in some selected locations.
Location: Gideon’s Bakehouse at Disney Spring.
These cookies are one of the newest dessert items in Disney World and have become popular quite fast. Gideon’s Bakehouse recently had its grand opening in Disney Springs. Besides the traditional chocolate chip cookies from Gideon’s, now, you can get so many flavors at their very own stand-alone shop.
The giant cookies are packed with chocolate chips, peanut butter, or white chocolate, depending on the choice of the guests. Each of these cookies weighs about half a pound! It can be a challenge to finish a cookie alone. You can also get the cookie with locally made ice cream for $10.
5. Warm Cinnamon Roll
Location: Gaston’s Tavern at Magic Kingdom
You can have cinnamon rolls anywhere in the world. But you must not leave Disney World without having one of the warm cinnamon rolls from Gaston’s Tavern. This dessert is one of the classic treats of the parks. You get these massive, delicious cinnamon rolls for only $5.99.
It is soft and easily shareable among others in your group. It comes with a good amount of icing, but you can ask for more! No one will judge you. Besides, it will not cost you extra money.
6. Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake
Location: Liberty Tree Tavern at Magic Kingdom
Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake may sound different, but it is one of the best desserts you will ever taste. Guests can get this sweet dessert for lunch and dinner at the Liberty Tree Tavern.
The Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake is a half-baked cookie with ice cream, toffee, toffee sauce, chocolate sauce, and caramel sauce on top. Although the combination of the ingredients may seem weird, it tastes delicious. So, you must try this one.
7. Grapefruit Cake
Location: Hollywood Brown Derby
The Grapefruit Cake is one of Disney World’s classic desserts. People who do not want too many carbs should have the cake as a dessert. Grapefruit is healthy and can even help lose some weight.
The cake can be a bit sour and bitter. It is soaked in grapefruit sugar syrup and has cream cheese frosting on top. A mini version of the cake is also available now.
8. Kitchen Sink
Location: Beaches and Cream Soda Shop at Beach Club Resort
If you are at Disney World with a group of people, you should definitely try the Kitchen Sink. The dessert got its weird name because it is served in a bowl that looks like a kitchen sink. It is a huge pile of ice cream.
It has vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, coffee, and mint chocolate chip ice cream. On top, it is covered with different toppings, such as brownies, pound cakes, Oreos, peanut butter, chocolate sauce, caramel sauce, and many more. You can also order a chocolate kitchen sink that only has chocolate ingredients.
9. School Bread
Location: The Norway Pavilion at Epcot
Another classic on our list is school bread, both loved and criticized by guests. But you should try it and give your own verdict. School Bread is a semi-sweet bun filled with custard and topped with icing and shredded coconut.
School bread is a traditional pastry item in Norway, and it is quite popular among school-going children. Disney introduced the dessert at Epcot since its beginning.
10. Butterfinger Cupcake
Location: The Trolley Car Café at Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Finally, we have the ButterFinger Cupcake, also known as the Peanut Butter Crunch Cake. Currently, the new version of the cake is found at the Trolley Car Café.
The ButterFinger Cupcake is a chocolate cupcake with a topping of peanut butter and buttercream frosting. It used to be vanilla, but now it is covered with peanut butter and peanut butter chocolate shells. On top, you will see two cute chocolate Mickey ears. Also, the inside of the cake has a filling of chocolate fudge.
Special Desserts In Disney World
Disney World brings special desserts and snacks for special occasions. For example, the theme park will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2022 and 2023. Hence, it has introduced many new desserts for the guests in these two years.
So, some of these desserts may not stay once the celebration is over. Therefore, you should try some of them. Here are some of the new desserts you should try this year:
- Glimmer and Shimmer Blondie at Disney’s Hollywood Studios
- 50th Celebration ice cream Sandwich at Animal Kingdom
- 50th Anniversary Petite Cake at Disney Springs
These are the best desserts at Disney World thatyou must try during your Disney World visit. The desserts and snacks of Disney World are one of a kind. So, make sure to taste the best ones while you enjoy your time at Disney World. Thanks for stopping by!