Typically, I just click past pitches such as this, but hey, it's the weekend, it's going to be 100 degrees in Southern California this week, and nothing sounds better to me right now than just becoming one with a chair inside an air conditioned building and chowing down on some sweet, sweet, easy-to-eat desserts for my lunch and also possibly dinner. So let's play.
Which of the following desserts looks best to you? Have you tried any of these? What did you think? And what other desserts at the Disney parks and resorts would you recommend? (Prices are from Disney's websites. Correct us in the comments if you've seen a more recent price.)
At Walt Disney World:
Baccio Al Cioccolato: Tutto Italia, Epcot. Warm hazelnut chocolate cake, vanilla gelato, chocolate sauce. $14
Cannoli: Tutto Italia, Epcot. Crisp pastry filled with sweet Ricotta, chocolate. $10
Churro Fondue: Morimoto Asia, Disney Springs. House-made churros with Nutella and vanilla cream. $13
S'mores Brownie Sundae: Vivoli il Gelato, Disney Springs. Vanilla gelato, chocolate gelato, graham cracker crumbles, Nutella brownies, whipped cream, chocolate sauce, and marshmallows. $10.75
Zeppole di Caterina: Via Napoli, Epcot. Ricotta cheese fritters, served with whipped cream and chocolate sauce. $14
Crème Brulee: Catal Restaurant, Downtown Disney. Fresh raspberries, buttermilk whipped cream. $9
'The Italian' Soda Float: Napolini, Downtown Disney. Vanilla gelato, choice of Chocolate, strawberry, or raspberry, club soda. $8.50
Postre de Manzana: Tortilla Jo's, Downtown Disney. Brown butter apple tart, toasted pepita brittle, vanilla ice cream. $8
Tiramisu: Naples Ristorante, Downtown Disney. Espresso soaked ladyfingers, mascarpone cream, cocoa. $9
Triple Chocolate Mousse Cake: Catal Restaurant, Downtown Disney. Macerated berried, dark chocolate tuile. $10
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