Top 5 Kids Desserts at Walt Disney World
Disney Vacation Guide to The Best Kids Desserts
Any parent will tell you, the best way to finish a plate of food at a restaurant when dining with children, is to put a fun dessert in front of them. And where in the world do you suppose you can find more fun desserts than Walt Disney World?
This, by no means, is an exhaustive list, but we’ve included what we feel are the top 5 kids desserts in the “World.”
Dessert Pizzas at Yachtsman Steakhouse & Artist Point
The Mickey dessert puzzle is on the menu at both the Yachtsman Steakhouse in Disney’s Yacht Club Resort and at Artist Point in the Wilderness Lodge. The puzzle consists of several white chocolate pieces of a picture that children can color in with edible paints that are served with the dessert, along with a cookie or a cupcake.
Spaghetti & Meatball Cupcake at Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano
It’s a mystery why this adorable, moist and tender chocolate cupcake hasn’t made it onto the adult menu at Mama Melrose’s in Hollywood Studios. A chocolate cupcake topped with vanilla buttercream icing piped with a teeny tiny tip to resemble a nest of spaghetti noodles, topped with a chocolate cake meatball, drizzled with strawberry marinara sauce, and finished off with grated white chocolate cheese. Sounds like the perfect dessert to us!
Chocolate Moose at Le Cellier
Le Cellier in Epcot’s Canada Pavilion serves a chocolatey dish, chock full of character. Ever had a dessert stick its tongue out at you before? Kids and adults love this “tongue” in cheek Disney dessert.
Crisped Rice Sushi Plate at California Grill
The only thing better than a sushi plate is a sushi plate made from crisped rice, marshmallows and gummy candy. Children adore this sweet version of the Asian delicacy served at the California Grill in Disney’s Contemporary Resort.
Sorcerer Mickey’s Milk Chocolate Cauldron at Flying Fish Cafe
The Flying Fish Cafe at Disney’s Boardwalk Area offers a fun fondue dessert where skewered marshmallows, brownies, strawberries and angel food cake chunks meet ooey gooey good melted chocolate.
What is the best dessert you’ve ever eaten?