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Don't Miss Your Chance to Indulge at Walt Disney World

Ice Cream at Disney

Walt Disney World aims to please when it comes to over-the-top indulgences. If you’re splurging on your diet – or perhaps your dessert budget – during your vacation, at least one of these options should be a must for your vacation menu. There are sweet treats all over the resort, so you’re never far from a sweet, rich, melty treat.

10-Gallon Challenge

Whispering Canyon Cafe

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The Whispering Canyon’s 10-Gallon Sundae doesn’t appear on the menu, but that shouldn’t stop you from ordering this massive dessert. The sundae comes in a dish shaped like a cowboy hat and is filled with sugary treats and rich flavors. Scoops of vanilla, strawberry, chocolate, and mint-chocolate chip ice cream serve as the base of this sundae. On top you’ll find:

  • Pineapple sauce
  • Strawberry sauce
  • Caramel topping
  • A slice of apple pie
  • Two brownies
  • Two chocolate-dipped Mickey Mouse cookies
  • Two chocolate cream-filled cookies
  • Four toasted marshmallows
  • A vanilla cupcake
  • A chocolate cupcake
  • Whipped cream
  • Banana
  • Chocolate covered bacon
  • Cherries

If this sounds like a pile of dessert products tossed in a hat, you’re not far off. You could easily dish out the individual desserts to your family and serve a party of four or six quite generously. Last reported at $27, this is one crazy indulgence.

The Kitchen Sink

The Kitchen Sink

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The classic Kitchen Sink Sundae has long been a favorite on the menu at the Beaches & Cream Soda Shop. This sharable sundae is $32 and made to serve four, but even with a whole family to help you demolish it, you may find the dessert oversized. The sundae features scoops of vanilla, strawberry, chocolate, mint chocolate chip, and cookies and cream ice cream in its standard version. Alternately, you can opt for the chocolate lovers or Neapolitan versions.

This sundae comes with every topping in the shop, which includes:

  • Warm fudge topping
  • Warm butterscotch topping
  • Warm peanut butter topping
  • Sliced banana
  • Quartered cinnamon spice cupcake
  • Quartered angel food cupcake
  • Chocolate syrup
  • Marshmallow crème
  • Strawberry topping
  • Pineapple topping
  • Dairy whipped topping
  • Quartered brownie
  • Quartered candy bar
  • Chocolate crème filled cookies, whole and crumbled
  • Sliced toasted almonds
  • White and dark chocolate shavings
  • Chopped jellied orange slices
  • Milk chocolate chips
  • Peanut butter chips
  • Chocolate sprinkles
  • Rainbow sprinkles
  • Maraschino cherries

Mickey Kitchen Sink Sundae on Main Street

Mickey Sundae

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The Plaza Ice Cream Parlor on Main Street offer this adorable sundae served in a souvenir Mikey sink. The sink is almost as good as the dessert, and definitely adds value to this $16.99 dessert. The dessert comes with two scoops of the ice cream of your choice with either hot fudge, peanut butter, or caramel topping. Whipped cream and two cherries sit on top. Though this is generously sized, it could serve one person with a large sweet tooth.

The kitchen sink dish is designed to resemble Mickey’s classic red pants. It features spinning Mickey glove handles and a faucet. If you’re looking for an adorable piece of décor for your kitchen or bathroom, this is a delicious way to pick one up.

Doughnut Sundae

Plaza Ice Cream Parlor

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Only available until 11:00 a.m., this is technically a breakfast treat and not a dessert. Check out what’s on this sundae at the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor and you’ll find the decadence definitely seems more appropriate for a dessert. The $5.99 breakfast indulgence features a glazed donut topped generously with:

  • Cinnamon apple topping
  • Ice cream
  • Whipped cream
  • Chocolate chips
  • Peanut butter chips
  • Hot fudge topping
  • Milk chocolate Mickey ears
  • A cherry
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