Top 5 sweet treats at Walt Disney World Resort
The Walt Disney World Resort is home to many unique desserts. You easily can taste your way through the parks at various restaurants, bakeries, and snack carts. Start planning your trip here.
We’ve been to Walt Disney World (WDW) several times over the last year and have tasted our way around all four of the major parks. So, on good authority, we give you our countdown of the best sweet treats and desserts there.
Oh, and never fear, these suggestions carry you all the way from breakfast to a midnight snack.
Kona Café at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort serves this all-time breakfast favorite. The dish comprises sourdough bread that is dipped in batter, rolled in cinnamon and sugar, and stuffed with bananas. Top it off with strawberry syrup for extra sweetness!
Viewfinder Tip: Many visitors don’t know that you can make reservations at Kona Cafe. Do so, as it gets busy!
You can’t go to WDW without trying the waffles. This classic treat can be found at most breakfast places around the parks. They usually are served with maple syrup and your choice of bacon or sausage.
Don’t miss these themed treats at the Main Street Confectionary in Magic Kingdom Park. They are made in many shapes and designs, including Mickey, Minnie, and special holiday themes.
Le Fou’s Brew
Named after Le Fou, a character from Beauty and the Beast, this cold drink is suitable for all ages. It’s a blend of frozen apple juice and toasted marshmallows, and it’s topped with passionfruit-mango foam.
Without question, this is Disney’s most popular sweet treat. Found at Adventureland in Magic Kingdom Park, this tasty frozen dessert is a pineapple dream. It doesn’t get any sweeter than this.
What’s our personal favorite of this bunch? We’ll never tell.
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What’s your favorite sweet treat?