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Old 06-21-2012, 06:09 PM   #16
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Old 06-21-2012, 06:22 PM   #17
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Bread Pudding at 'Ohana!


Cheesecake with Mango-Strawberry Coulis at Yak & Yeti!
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Old 06-21-2012, 06:57 PM   #18
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In no particular order:

1. Chocolate fondue at Grand Floridian Cafe. The simple name doesn't do justice to this heaven in a bowl...If I were alone, I would've licked the bowl clean.

2. Berry cobbler at Artist Point.

3. Filled brownies at Earl of Sandwich. I'm a brownie snob (mine are always from scratch; never a mix), and these just might be better than my own. The fillings (I'm partial to the peanut butter) certainly make them richer.

4. Zebra domes at Boma. I could eat my weight in these.

5. Bread pudding at Ragland Road. Simply the richest bread pudding I've ever had, so rich that I couldn't finish it.

6. Profiteroles at Chefs de France. Ice cream, chocolate sauce, puff pastry...what's more to love?

7. Anything at the Patisserie in France. It's all good.

Can you tell that dessert is my favorite food group?
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Old 06-21-2012, 07:40 PM   #19
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I agree with GFC chocolate fondue. BUT have you tried the chocolate fondue at Kona? Even better. I know! Imagine! SOOOOO good!
Zebra domes are awesome. Creme Brulee at Chefs is TDF. Zepolle at Via Napole OMG. Bread pudding O'hana. BTW I am not really a sweets girl. So you know how good these desserts are!
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Old 06-21-2012, 07:41 PM   #20
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The carrot cake cookie at (I think) Writters Knook in Hollywood. Love to take a break there any time of day. And every thing at Werthers Originial!!!!!!!!
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Old 06-21-2012, 08:42 PM   #21
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The gelato sampler at Narcossee's and my absolute, must have, must get at least 3 times in a week is the Peanut Butter cookies from Goofy's Kitchen or the packaged ones. Doesn't matter. They are amazing! My DBIL shares the same love for them so we made a pact that if one of us is in Disney, they have to bring home at least 2 Peanut Butter cookies for the other. You can freeze them and have them at your leisure!
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Old 06-21-2012, 08:43 PM   #22
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Keep 'me coming!

Thanks for all the great dessert ideas! Tiramisu, cheesecake, napoleons, sticky toffee ... I'm in heaven. I think I'll gain 20 lbs. on my next trip in august because I plan to try a lot of your recommendations. Keep them coming,!

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Old 06-21-2012, 08:45 PM   #23
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Sounds amazing!

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My favorite dessert is the Flaky Puff Pastry in Akershus Princess Storybook Dining. When my oldest was 4, we dined there. She ordered the pastry and said "Momma, this is better than your brownies!". The pastry is filled with mousse and topped with very fresh berries. I didn't take any pictures, but take my word for it- it will be the most delicious Walt Disney World food item you will ever have!!
I haven't tried dessert at Norway, but will be making the detour to buy one of these. Thanks for the idea!
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Old 06-21-2012, 09:08 PM   #24
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Ger's bread pudding at Raglan Road
'Ohana bread pudding
Basically ANY creme brulee at WDW - even QS was good!
Almond crusted cheesecake at Narcoossee's
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Old 06-21-2012, 09:09 PM   #25
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So many desserts, so few days! I cannot wait to sample a good number of these in October. I am a bread pudding fanatic!
I haven't seem any mention of good pies, has anybody ever had a great slice of pie in the world? DH isn't much for cake but loves his pies!


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I am right there with ya! I make all our ADRs only at places where the desserts look particularly yummy.

Here are a few of our favorites in preferential order...


1. Via Napoli: Zeppole di Caterina (an enormous amount of fried ricotta cheese balls that you get to dip into big gravy boats of chocolate sauce & whipped cream)

2. Main St. Bakery: Ice cream cookie sandwich (2 giant cookies + giant scoops of vanilla ice cream -- also available at other locations, but this is the only location I know still accepts a DDP snack credit for it)

3. 'Ohana: bread pudding / bananas foster / ice cream concoction that is all-you-can-eat!

4. Starring Rolls Cafe: giant cupcakes! (Butterfinger has always been a favorite, but this trip want to try the Reeses one)

5. Mama Melrose: chocolate cannoli cake

6. Lunching Pad: Cream cheese pretzel

Also any/all French desserts from Boulangerie Patisserie or the Crepe cart

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Old 06-21-2012, 09:39 PM   #27
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I love the bread pudding with vanilla sauce at Boma! Yum!
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Old 06-21-2012, 09:51 PM   #28
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That chocolate mousse cake thing they have at Akershus/Kringla Bakeri is SO good. Just the right size and just the right amount of chocolate (a lot). The profiteroles at Les Chefs de France I was a little nervous about. I mean, it is just choux pastry filled with ice cream and covered in chocolate. Um, yeah, I was proven wrong on that. AMAZING.
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Old 06-21-2012, 10:29 PM   #30
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In no particular order:

1. Chocolate fondue at Grand Floridian Cafe. The simple name doesn't do justice to this heaven in a bowl...If I were alone, I would've licked the bowl clean.

2. Berry cobbler at Artist Point.

3. Filled brownies at Earl of Sandwich. I'm a brownie snob (mine are always from scratch; never a mix), and these just might be better than my own. The fillings (I'm partial to the peanut butter) certainly make them richer.

4. Zebra domes at Boma. I could eat my weight in these.

5. Bread pudding at Ragland Road. Simply the richest bread pudding I've ever had, so rich that I couldn't finish it.

6. Profiteroles at Chefs de France. Ice cream, chocolate sauce, puff pastry...what's more to love?

7. Anything at the Patisserie in France. It's all good.

Can you tell that dessert is my favorite food group?
I think we should do a DIS Dessert Tour of WDW meet up. I can get behind all of these
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