The Ultimate Walt Disney World Dessert Checklist: Epcot

Welcome to part four of the Ultimate Walt Disney World Dessert Checklist featuring Epcot! Desserts are an important part of the Walt Disney World dining experience. Where else can you get creatively themed desserts made daily by some of the best pastry chefs in the world? The hardest part of dining at Walt Disney World is saving room for dessert and the goal of this Ultimate Walt Disney World Dessert Checklist is to help you prioritize.

10. The Chocolate Wave at Coral Reef

Coral Reef’s signature dessert is the chocolate wave — a molten chocolate cake served with raspberry gelato. The cake is served right out of the oven, with a warm gooey chocolate center, and a crisp crust on the outside. The raspberry gelato is a perfect balance for all of the chocolate.

9. Apple Strudel from Biergarten

The apple strudel dessert is the highlight of a meal at Biergarten in Germany. In this traditional apple strudel, stewed apples are baked in a pastry crust, dusted with powdered sugar, and served in generous warm slices.

8. Zeppole di Caterina at Via Napoli

If you’re a donut fan, you’ll love the zeppole at Via Napoli. A rich dough is filled with ricotta cream, fried to a crispy golden brown, covered with powered sugar and served with a side of bittersweet chocolate sauce and fluffy whipped cream.

7. Rice Cream with Strawberry Sauce at Akershus Royal Banquet Hall

Rice cream is a traditional Norwegian dessert and Akershus is known for their fabulous version. Tender, creamy rice is folded into fluffy whipped cream and topped with a sweet strawberry sauce. This chilled dessert is a delicious, light way to end a meal.

6. School Bread at Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe

School bread is perhaps the most beloved snack at Epcot. In the Kringla Bakeri’s signature treat, a sweet bread roll is filled with creamy vanilla pastry cream, glazed with a sweet icing, and topped with toasted coconut.

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5. Sticky Toffee Pudding at Rose and Crown Pub

It’s worth a visit to Rose and Crown Pub simply for a plate of the sticky toffee pudding. The rich steamed pudding cake is served with vanilla custard and a hot butter rum sauce.

5. All Things Caramel at Karamell-Kuche

You can’t go wrong with any of the treats at Karamell-Kuche but if you’re having a hard time deciding, start with the cupcakes, the caramel corn, the caramel brownie, or the caramel toffee.

3. La Myrtille at Monsieur Paul

Perhaps the most beautiful dessert at Walt Disney World, it’s also one of the most delicious. Monsieur Paul’s masterpiece has a pistachio cake and shortbread base with vanilla ice cream in blueberry gelee.

2. Anything at Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie

Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie is one of the most loved cafes in all of Walt Disney World. Serving napoleons, éclairs, and other classic French pastries, you can’t go wrong at Les Halles.

1. Maple Creme Brûlée at Le Cellier

The maple creme brûlée is one of Walt Disney World’s most popular desserts. Creamy custard is sweetened with a hint of maple syrup and finished with the classic crispy burnt sugar crust.

What are your favorite desserts at Epcot?

About Jordan Hamons

Jordan Hamons first visited Disney when she was 3 years old and has been back every year since. She's visited Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disneyland Paris, Hong Kong Disneyland, and Aulani but hopes to make it to every Disney property in her lifetime. While she used to plan her trips around character autographs, she's now more focused on the food. Jordan lives in Cincinnati where she works as a chef, cooking teacher, food and travel writer, and blogger. She studied marketing and international business at the University of Cincinnati and received her culinary training at the Midwest Culinary Institute. Jordan is a seasoned traveler and has spent time eating and cooking in Europe and Asia. A passionate baker and dessert eater, Jordan loves teaching classic techniques and international flavors. You can visit her culinary travel blog at