Disney Food: The Best Disney Springs Desserts
If you thought Disney Parks food was amazing, just wait until you visit Disney Springs! It’s the ultimate foodie destination, with celebrity chef owned restaurants. Particularly, you’ve got to visit if you have a hankering for something sweet. I’m breaking down the most popular Disney Springs Desserts – the fan favorites that keep people coming back for more.
What makes Disney Springs so awesome is that you can walk around and enjoy many of these great desserts without a reservation. Many of the restaurants have to-go windows, where you can walk up and order. Enjoy some of the outdoor entertainment or find a cozy people watching spot!
Fan-Favorite Disney Springs Desserts You Can’t Miss
The Ganachery at Disney Springs
An indulgent new experience at Disney Springs, The Ganachery treats guests to a decadent assortment of artisan chocolates. Hand-crafted onstage by a chocolatier, the new location features fresh batches of custom-made ganache daily, including dark chocolate, hazelnut, chipotle and a custom blend flavored with the world’s finest spices and flavors.
The shop expands the story of chocolate through its design, themed costumes, graphics, props and unique apothecary-inspired packaging. You can find it in The Landing area!
Sprinkles At Disney Springs
Serving up handcrafted cupcakes, slow churned ice cream and homemade cookies, Sprinkles is a true fan-favorite! They even have a Cupcake ATM. You can always find a line of people waiting for cupcakes, but it’s totally worth the wait. You can even watch them hand-frost each cupcake from the window. They change out flavors each week, so keep checking back. I personally love the Peanut Butter & Chocolate Sprinkle flavor.
Amorette’s Patisserie At Disney Springs
If you’ve ever wanted to experience a French bakery, with Disney flair, then you’ve got to check out Amorette’s Patisserie. Every pastry is hand-crafted and beautifully designed. They’re like little works of art. You can order macarons, cupcakes, cakes and chocolates. Don’t forget to order a glass of champagne to enjoy with your dessert.
Boathouse Restaurant At Disney Springs
Grab your friends, because this dessert serves four! Or maybe don’t share at all. The Boathouse is known for their famous S’mores Baked Alaska. It’s a tall dessert served with a steak knife straight down the middle. It has a graham cracker crust, rocky road ice cream, toasted marshmallow and milk chocolate. It’s downright ah-mazing!
Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ Kitchen At Disney Springs
I’d argue with anyone that Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ Kitchen is the best restaurant on Disney World property. His southern cuisine ranks high on my list and locals know it’s one the best spots to eat in all of Disney Springs. You don’t need a reservation thought to score a slice of his famous Hummingbird Cake. Just grab it to go and consider some moonshine to accompany your slice.
Paddlefish At Disney Springs
If it’s a hot summer day, head to Paddlefish for one of their new boozy popsicles. They’re called Buzz-Pop Popsicles and they’re essentially a boozy push-up popsicle. Buzz Pops are available all day from any part of the restaurant, and flavors include Southern Belle (made with bourbon), Caribbean Breeze (organic rum), Mango Passion (organic rum), Pink Paradise (tequila), Blueberry Mania (tequila), Watermelon (vodka), Moscow Mule (organic vodka), and Lemon Drop (vodka). You can enjoy them on the rooftop bar as well! Take in the Disney Springs sunset.
Morimoto Asia At Disney Springs
If you’re looking for something a bit more exotic, head to Moritmoto Asia where you can find desserts like the Spiced Valrohna Chocolate Tarte, Lyche and Mango Cheesecake and Coconut Sticky Rice Pudding. The Japanese master chef and Iron Chef serves pan-Asian cuisine that features flavors from across the Asian continent. His desserts can be ordered from the to-go window and enjoyed anywhere you desire at Disney Springs.
Ghirardelli® Ice Cream & Chocolate Shop At Disney Springs
Pop in for world famous hot fudge sundaes, straight from San Francisco. You can literally smell the waffle cones baking as you pass by this popular ice cream spot. They serve sundaes, milkshakes, floats, coffee and other homemade treats. You can also stop in for a free sample of chocolate.
Aristocrepes At Disney Springs
One of the small stand-alone restaurants is Aristocrepes. They’re known for gourmet crepes that are both savory and sweet, Belgian waffles and ice cream creations. They also serve alcoholic refreshments – like the Grand Marnier Orange Freeze and the Absolute Citron Lemonade Slushy that are also located inside Epcot’s France pavilion.