Walt Disney World offers a huge variety of culinary options – from snack carts, to counter service meals, to sit down meals, to 5 star restaurants, they have it all – every kind of food you can imagine! One thing they really excel at is baking – their baked goods are out of this world! They are available all over the “World”, but there are some places that make baking their business – so here are the Top 5 Disney World “Sweet Spots”:
Boulangerie Patisserie Les Halles: This spot in France Pavilion offers some seriously delicious baked goods – eclairs, crème brulee, the infamous Napoleon, macaroons, pan au chocolat, mousse cake…I could go on and on. They also offer some meal options for lunch and dinner like various salads and sandwiches, not to mention fresh baguettes and croissants galore!
Karamell Kuche: The is home to this caramel heaven – where the smell will reel you in and the caramel corn is made fresh throughout the day. As you wait in line you can watch various treats being created, and you also can drool over the bakery case that’s bursting full of goodies – cookies, caramel apples, sea salt caramels (both dark and milk!), chocolate covered pretzels and fruit, cupcakes, cheesecake, and so much more. Don’t let the long line deter you –its well worth the wait
Main Street Confectionary: The is where you’ll find this sweet spot – you can’t miss it, it’s right on Main Street, and it is definitely worth a visit. Assorted packaged candies and colorful lollipops are available here, but for me the main attraction is the baked goods – Mickey cake pops, assorted fudge (including seasonal flavors like pumpkin!), cookies, handmade toffee, peanut butter cups, mickey krispie treats – there really are a lot of options here, and you will find something for everyone here!
Boardwalk Bakery: Serving up breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, this spot really has a lot to offer – from sandwiches and salads to a breakfast bread bowl, they can really satisfy your hunger at meal time. They can also satisfy your craving for something sweet – lemon meringue tarts, peanut butter banana and candied bacon pies, sticky buns, cheesecake brownies, cupcakes, tarts and more – this place makes a trip over to the Boardwalk Resort a total necessity!
Starring Roles Café: I always stop here when I am at Disney’s Hollywood Studios – it’s a tiny little place with no indoor seating, and it’s kind of tucked away which makes a lot of people walk by without even noticing it. But once you know it’s there – you won’t be able to get it out of your mind! Triamisu, Amaretto cheesecake, eclairs, and turnovers await you here – but the true star is the CUPCAKES – red velvet, chocolate peanut butter, and my personal favorite – the butterfinger cupcake are all available here, and they are huge and delicious – big enough to share, but who would want to?
Hopefully you will have a chance to check out some of these “sweet spots” next time you’re in Walt Disney World – no matter what your pleasure, they can certainly fulfill it and leave you with that “sugar high” feeling that will keep you going strong (until the inevitable sugar crash that is!)
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