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6 Decadent Sweet Snacks At Walt Disney World

Warning: This review will make you hungry!

Let’s be honest here for a minute: some of us go to Disney World just for the food. I am one of those people. I go for the savory breakfasts, lunches, and dinners, but I stay for the sweet treats that follow. Here’s a list of my favorite decadent snacks Walt Disney World has to offer.

1) Custom chocolate dipped treats:

At both Goofy’s Candy Company in Disney Springs and The Main Street Confectionary you can custom make various chocolate dipped delights! Apples, marshmallows, Oreos, Rice Krispie treats, and fruits are available to dip in your choice of chocolate, caramel, or white chocolate as you please. Sugary sweet toppings include anything from mini chocolate chips and candy-bar bits to rainbow sprinkles.

2) Les Halles Boulangerie & Pâtisserie:

French pastries, anyone? I know I’m in! At Les Halles Boulangerie & Pâtisserie, the French bakery at the France Pavilion in Epcot, you can find croissants, éclairs, Napoleons, macaroons, and many more delicious treats. These sweet and savory pastries will make you want to come back for more!

3) Buffet desserts:

These oh-so-sweet, one-bite wonders are an absolute hit in my family. Even if we are all stuffed after a meal at Tusker House or Boma, (our favorites), we will still go back for a plate or two of buffet desserts. Zebra domes/Kahlua moose cakes are my personal favorite, but some honorable mentions include the strawberry and espresso bite-size desserts. These are just like Lays potato chips: you can’t just eat one!

4) Ghirardelli sundaes:

I don’t always take pictures of my food, but when I do, it’s usually a sundae from the Ghirardelli Ice Cream & Chocolate Shop. This is the dessert “hit” of Disney Spring’s Marketplace because of their enormous sundaes. Hot-fudge sundaes, banana splits, and milkshakes are just some of the options the shop has to offer, which are all made with Ghirardelli chocolate onsite. The aroma you’ll smell walking by the front door to the shop is guaranteed to make your mouth water! And, don’t forget to stop on in the shop for a free sample of Ghirardelli chocolate for a little bite of heaven.

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5) Creme brûlées:

Walt Disney World is home to the best creme brûlées I’ve ever had. Ever. My absolute favorite option Disney has to offer is at Kona Café inside the Polynesian Resort: the banana-chocolate crème brulee. In this dessert, creamy custard sits atop gooey milk chocolate, all underneath the sugary sweet shell. A caramelized banana slice and sliver of chocolate complete this dish that will leave you in the better food coma than you get on Thanksgiving. Yes, it’s just that good. At Le Cellier Steakhouse in Epcot’s Canada pavilion, you can order the maple crème brulee, which is sure to please your sweet tooth with its Canadian maple syrup filling. At Tony’s Town Square Restaurant on Main Street, order the pistachio crème brulee for dessert. You won’t regret eating this rich custard mixed with pistachio flavors; in fact, you’ll want to come back for more!

6) Chocolate Pudding Cake:

I think it is safe to say that this is the richest and most decadent dessert I have tried at Walt Disney World. The credit for the chocolate pudding cake goes to the one-and-only California Grill, atop the Contemporary Resort. I don’t know what heaven tastes like, but this dessert has to come close. This flourless, “log” of chocolate cake is filled with ganache and smothered in a rich chocolate sauce. A touch of sea salt is sprinkled over the completed cake to give it that perfect sweet and salty taste. Whipped cream and garnish top it all off for a dessert that’s to die for!

About Alexandra Blazevich

Hello, my name is Alexandra Blazevich and I am a 22 year old journalist. Put quite simply, I am a Disney addict. I am originally from Cary, North Carolina, a small town just outside of Raleigh. In 2013, I moved to Orlando, Florida to dance with The Orlando Ballet, pursuing my childhood dream of becoming a professional ballet dancer- but I spent all my free time either in Disney World or thinking about it. Now, I am a senior at UNC-Chapel Hill and write for a various publications, but Disney will always be my favorite subject to write about.