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Top 12 Desserts You Must Try at Walt Disney World

9. Cinnamon Roll – Gaston’s Tavern, Magic Kingdom We should list this dessert not just as a cinnamon roll, but as an enormous cinnamon roll—and even then, it would be an understatement! At Gaston’s Tavern in Fantasyland near where you can meet the arrogant oaf himself, you can order this huge mountain of cinnamon goodness and share it with your ...

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Top 12 Desserts You Must Try at Walt Disney World

10. Maple Crème Brulee – Le Cellier Steakhouse, Canada Pavilion at EPCOT Most of us have tried a crème brulee dessert at one time or another—and many of us have done so at Disney World (where everything tastes magical!). But even among Disney crème brulees, the Maple Crème Brulee on the dessert menu at Le Cellier Steakhouse inside the Canada ...

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Top 12 Desserts You Must Try at Walt Disney World

11. Dole Whip – Aloha Isle, Magic Kingdom No trip to Magic Kingdom at Disney World would be complete without at least one visit to Aloha Isle in Adventureland for another legendary Disney Parks dessert. This scrumptious pineapple soft serve has such a following that there have been many t-shirts and other merchandise and paraphernalia created to celebrate it. I ...

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Top 12 Desserts You Must Try at Walt Disney World

12. Grapefruit Cake – Brown Derby, Hollywood Studios This dessert is not only one of the Brown Derby restaurant’s trademarks—it’s also legendary and has a bit of an interesting history to it. It was created by a chef at the original Brown Derby restaurant in California at the request of a famous gossip columnist who complained that all the Derby ...

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Top 12 Desserts You Must Try at Walt Disney World

There’s more to the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida than its four theme parks, thrilling rides, interactive attractions and Broadway-style stage shows (as if those weren’t enough!) Dining at Disney World is an experience all by itself, and desserts served at Disney World restaurants are a cut above anything we can order at most places back home. That’s why ...

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6 Things to Know About the Amphicars at Disney Springs in Walt Disney World

If you’ve visited Disney Springs since 2015, you’ve probably seen the amphibious vehicles next to the Boathouse Restaurant. They are small cabriolet-style vehicles with two bench seats that are parked under a big sign that reads “Amphicar Launch.” But there’s more to these Amphicars than initially meets the eye. Here are six things you should know about these tiny vehicles ...

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The Top 10 Attractions with the Longest Wait Times at Walt Disney World

1. Frozen Ever After – EPCOT On this dark ride aboard a Norwegian vessel, you’ll see Anna, Elsa, Sven, Kristoff, Hans and Olaf in their audio-animatronic forms. The ride boasts some of the latest audio-animatronic technology developed by Disney Imagineering. The movements of the robot characters are incredibly fluid and lifelike thanks to this technology. And the popularity of Disney’s ...

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