8 MUST EAT Disney World Desserts – eight desserts found throughout Disney World theme parks. You don’t want to miss these! Make sure to wear your stretchy pants! LOL!
Disney World is one of my all-time favorite places in the world! It is my happy place. I have the best time of my life every single time we visit. The rides are great, but the food is unbelievable!
Today, I’m share 8 of my favorite Disney World desserts. You MUST eat these on your next trip! I think I gained 10 pounds just looking at this list!
Hand Scooped Ice Cream Sandwich
There are only a few places in all of Disney World that you can get a hand scooped ice cream sandwich. Our favorite place to get this treat is at DinoBites in the Animal Kingdom.
It is a small snack stand next door to Restaurantosaurus in Dinoland.
The freshly baked cookies are so yummy, and the big scoops of ice cream really put this treat over the top.
It is HUGE! Enough for two or three people to share.
Make sure to grab some napkins and a spoon.
Carrot Cake Cookie
The Carrot Cake Cookie from the Writer’s Stop in Hollywood Studios is a must!
It is really more like a whoopie pie. Carrot cake stuffed with awesome cream cheese frosting.
I just read that the Writer’s Stop is closing in April. Make sure you stop by and snag the Carrot Cake Cookie before they close! Hopefully they will add the cookie to another spot in Hollywood Studios.
Puff choux with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce
These Puff choux with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce are from Chefs de France restaurant in Epcot.
We ate here for the first time last year and absolutely loved everything! These ice cream filled cream puffs topped with chocolate were the perfect ending to our meal. I was so glad they gave us two. There was no way I was sharing this one!! SO good!
The Butterfinger Cupcake at Starring Rolls in Hollywood Studios is THE BEST cupcake we’ve ever eaten!! It was so good that I recreated it at home.
We have tried that – so good!
The big sugar cookies at the Main St. Bakery (any cookie from there, really), the hot cocoa at the little bakery in France at Epcot, the Dole whip, the strawberry ice cream that was sold at the ice cream parlor on Main St. (If it's still there). Those are favorites of my family.