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Best Desserts at Disney World
1. Zebra Domes
I took my kids to Mara just to eat the Zebra Domes and they were not as impressed as I was. However, they were not overhyped, because I found them just as good the second time I went and had them.
2. Cafe con Leche Flan
Can be found at the Maya Grill inside the Coronado resort. It is the best flan I have ever had in my life.
3. Kitchen Sink
Can be found at Beaches and Cream. This has 10 scoops of ice cream and every topping they have. Our family of five could not finish it! Do not make the mistake of ordering the little version, you want the big one!
|The Kitchen Sink|
4. Puzzle dessert at Flying Fish
5. Ohana’s Bananas Foster Bread Pudding
At the end of your amazing meal they bring out a huge portion of their banana foster bread pudding and it is the best bread pudding ever. The entire meal at Ohana’s is amazing.
6. Key Lime Pie
The Key Lime Pie can be found at Chef Mickey’s inside the Contemporary Resort. Until trying this key lime pie found on the buffet at Chef Mickey’s I had never liked key lime pie.
7. Nutella and Fruit Waffle
Dessert waffles at Sleepy Hollow inside the Magic Kingdom are the bomb. We love all of their waffles and save money by having lunch here. It’s a great deal.
8. Mini Doughnuts
The hot little mini donuts at Joffrey’s with dipping sauces inside Typhoon Lagoon are a must eat when visiting the waterpark. These donuts are so good we look forward to having them during every visit.
9. Any of the French pastries at Boulangerie Patisserie at Epcot
This is one of our must-visit during any trip to Epcot. They have an assortment of pastry options at this French bakery and they are all to die for.
10. Gelato at Gelati
Gelati is a little gelato stand in the Germany portion of Epcot. Their gelato is just as good as any we’ve had in Europe!
11. Ghirardelli Milkshakes at Disney Springs
The milkshakes are outstanding at Ghirardelli which is over in Disney Springs. They’ve got quite a few to choose from. We’ve tried a bunch and they were all delicious!
Do you have a different dessert at Disney World that you think is the best? I would love to know about it. Just leave a comment below!
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The Grey Stuff Recipe
Just for I am including a recipe to make “The Grey Stuff” at home. Many people think that Beauty and the Beast’s Grey Stuff found at the Magic Kingdom at Beast’s castle is the best dessert at Disney World. However, it can be extremely difficult trying to eat here. So, if you are like me and can never get into Be Our Guest restaurant you can just make it at home!
1 package of instant vanilla pudding mix
1 1/2 of Skim milk
15 Oreos (Taken apart and filling scraped off)
1 container of cool whip
3 TBSP instant chocolate pudding mix
small edible pearls
plastic dessert teacups
ziplock bag to crush the Oreos
Pour the contents of the vanilla pudding into a medium-size bowl
Add in the milk to the pudding and mix for 2 minutes until thick
Add the cookies into a ziplock bag and take a rolling pin and lightly hit the cookies until crushed.
Pour the crumbs into the vanilla pudding and mix until combined
Fold in the whole container of cool whip
Add in the chocolate pudding
Tut into the fridge for 1 hour
Take the piping bag and scoop the grey stuff into it
Twist the top of the bag so that the grey stuff doesn’t come out
Cut the tip of the piping bag
Pipe the grey stuff into the dessert cups and top with the edible pearls
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