Favorite Disney Dessert?

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Favorite Disney Dessert?

So, what is your favorite Disney dessert?

The Berry Gratin that I had at Citricos this past fall was one of the best things that I have *EVER* eaten in my life. Rip fresh berries in a cookie bowl, covered with a Champagne-Grand Marnier sabayon. Oh my gosh, I could have had bowls of that sabayon, it was so amazing! I would go back to Citrcos just for that.

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The chocolate lava cake we had at Shulas was really something else. We couldn't stop talking about it.

We also had one last cup at jiko. It was a chocolate mousse with a chocolate sauce on the side. It was unbelievable as well.

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I'm not a huge dessert fan. I did like the baklava at the Greek F&W Fest booth as well as the flan at the Mexican booth. But all in all, my favorite Disney dishes aren't desserts. I'd much rather get a good appetizer before dinner than dessert afterwards. Which is why I would never do that Tomorrowland dessert party.

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Zebra Domes at AKL...yum!

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Oh god..do I have to choose just one?

I guess if I have to choose I would say Zebra Domes..they are just..oh..I have dreams about those!

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Bella, I would send you some, but I don't think they'd travel very well sad

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Every trip I end up with a new favourite!
Last trip, my fav was from Via Napoli called Coppa Di Brutti Ma Buoni (which in English means "Ugly, but good"). It is an Amarena cherry and vanilla gelato sundae with "ugly, but good" cookies. I think I remember some chocolate shavings or something like that as well.
Yum!

Oh, and for you zebra dome lovers: I tried one for the first time in September and discovered that they're alcoholic! No wonder they are a favourite at WDWFG!! laugh But seriously, they are very delicious too!

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a little Kaluah never hurt anyone...not adults anyway. Not sure about the kids, may help them sleep better?

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Julie wrote:
a little Kaluah never hurt anyone...not adults anyway. Not sure about the kids, may help them sleep better?

Lol! great way to guarantee a quite night for mom and dad!

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My fondness for Zebra Domes has been well documented on this board! awesome muchlove just ask subvet. laugh

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The cobbler at Artist Point is yummy! especially with the berry flavored ice cream. Also fried cream cheese wontons at yak and yeti are pretty awesome.

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The sticky toffee pudding at Rose and Crown. muchlove

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Love Love Decisions decisions......???? I guess I am going to have to say the caramel cupcakes. The icing must be about an inch high and the caramel inside oh man drool drool!!!

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MicRac wrote:
The cobbler at Artist Point is yummy! especially with the berry flavored ice cream. Also fried cream cheese wontons at yak and yeti are pretty awesome.

I've always wanted to try the Artist Point cobbler, but just haven't eaten there yet. I have heard from many people that it's fantastic!

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The next one laugh

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I'm going with the banana caramel creme brule at the Kona Cafe. At least that was my favorite from my lastest trip this past October. Guess I'll have to hunt me down one of those zebra domes next trip. Never heard of them until I joined this forum.

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Vettelover wrote:
My fondness for Zebra Domes has been well documented on this board! awesome muchlove just ask subvet. laugh

Your right Vettelover. Zebra Domes make the top of the list.
Joe yay

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Well, thank you everyone for this thread. I'll have to try the zebra domes. I'm planning a September of 2012 trip and am just beginning the process. I guess the dessert thread is as good a place to start as any!

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I'm still stuck on that Mango Pie from the Yak & Yeti. Boy, that was surprisingly amazing!

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My favorite was from The Turf Club in Saratoga Springs. It was the Chocolate Espresso Torte with Raspberry Sauce & Vanilla Port Wine Ice Cream.

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I have two - grapefruit cake at Brown Derby and cream cheese and pineapple fried wontons at Yak & Yeti. They both have fruit, so they can't be that bad, right?

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JoAnn C wrote:
I have two - grapefruit cake at Brown Derby ..........

Grapefruit Cake makes me wonder...why hasn't LizzyB commented on this thread. My guess is that would be her answer!

I guess that the Zebra Domes have very little Kahlua in them right? I mean they are just sitting there available for little kiddos to munch on.

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there are to many good desserts to choose from I don't even know where to start. I think I will have to go with bread pudding from ohana and the cappuccino cupcake from pizza planet

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Zebra Domes and School Bread - I always have to bring some School Bread home with me!

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JeffC wrote:
I'm still stuck on that Mango Pie from the Yak & Yeti. Boy, that was surprisingly amazing!

I was pleasantly surprised by this one too, Jeff. It was way better than I was expecting.

I'm surprised there aren't some votes for the Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake at Liberty Tree Tavern. I'm not sure if it's my favorite, but it definitely haunts my dreams!

If you haven't tried it there's a pic in my Review Here.

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scrappy wrote:
My favorite was from The Turf Club in Saratoga Springs. It was the Chocolate Espresso Torte with Raspberry Sauce & Vanilla Port Wine Ice Cream.

I have to agree with Scrappy, and not becuase I'm her DH, just because it was that awesome! If that was anywhere, I would get it.

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mrhub wrote:
scrappy wrote:
My favorite was from The Turf Club in Saratoga Springs. It was the Chocolate Espresso Torte with Raspberry Sauce & Vanilla Port Wine Ice Cream.

I have to agree with Scrappy, and not becuase I'm her DH, just because it was that awesome! If that was anywhere, I would get it.

With all my trips to the Turf Club, why have I never tried that. confused

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Bella wrote:
JoAnn C wrote:
I have two - grapefruit cake at Brown Derby ..........

Grapefruit Cake makes me wonder...why hasn't LizzyB commented on this thread. My guess is that would be her answer!

I guess that the Zebra Domes have very little Kahlua in them right? I mean they are just sitting there available for little kiddos to munch on.

Haha! Here I am! And these are definitely two of my faves!!

Cali Grill used to have a chevre cheesecake that was really good, and I liked it because it was different. The Concourse Steakhouse had an AMAZING bananas foster that has ruined me forever for the dessert anywhere else because it was so awesome. Their creme brulee was the best ever as well. I know...because I made both of them mickey OH - and the Contemporary brownies, too. I don't know if they're the same.

Honorable mention to schoolbread. It's so wickedly good, but to me, it's practically a meal! And Dole Whips! And I MUST try that R&C sticky toffee pudding and the LT's ooey gooey toffee coffee cake. Sigh...too many awesome ways to gobble up calories!

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Hi lizzy, where did you work at Disney?

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The Contemporary. Room Service hotline and main kitchen, and then the pastry shop, where I got to work "on stage" making desserts for the Concourse Steakhouse. Oct 1997-1999. It was a pretty neat experience, and I learned tons.

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Jess wrote:
. I think I will have to go with bread pudding from ohana ....

Oh! I forgot about that..with the warm Bananas Foster Sauce you pour over it..Sweet Jesus! That stuff is good!

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