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    Quote Originally Posted by Disney4us2 View Post
    My number one favorite was from Yak & Yeti TS. It is the fried cream cheese wontons. The wontons are on skewers along with chunks of pineapple. It is topped with a vanilla sauce and served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. It's like a party for the mouth.
    I guess I'm going to HAVE TO TRY THIS!

    Mine was also Yak & Yeti, but the MANGO PIE! Yum Yum Yum.

    I also LOVED, really LOVED our late night Sundae with TWO spoons at our Allstar Music Food Court before turning in for the night!
    Guess I'll need THREE spoons in September!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MississippiDisneyFreak View Post
    Maple Creme Brulee-LeCellier
    OR
    Pistachio Creme Brûlée!
    It's a tie!
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    Can't beat the desserts at Biergarten! Best part of the meal..
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    I love the desserts at Kona and the Smores at Prime Time. My favorite is the dole whip float as a snack in the MK or one of the big chocolate chip cookies from the food courts. I also really like the school bread and the rice cream with strawberries at Norway's CS. Yummy!
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    I was looking through old posts and found this...how did no one mention the chocolate wave at Coral Reef?? My meal there was just ok, but the dessert was fantastic! probably my favorite.

    closely followed by bread pudding at 'Ohana (i don't even like bread pudding usually) and the dole Whip.

    I cannot wait to try the wontons at Yak & Yetti this trip sounds like heaven
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    Quote Originally Posted by MississippiDisneyFreak View Post
    Maple Creme Brulee-LeCellier

    I agree!!!!


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    I love getting the desserts from the outside kiosk in Italy at EPCOT. The tiramisu and the cannolis are amazing!!
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    For me it is the bread pudding at O'Hana.
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    Chocolate Wave @ Coral Reef
    Bread Pudding @ O'hana
    Chocolate cake with Hershey kisses @ Cape May cafe
    Everything at beaches and cream

    ...great idea for a topic, I'm going to go raid my freezer now for ice cream @ 8 am lol
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    Love the grapefruit cake @ Brown Derby
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    Quote Originally Posted by cer View Post
    I love the bread pudding at 'Ohana. Love it!

    But my most memorable dessert was at Yak & Yeti. Fried Wontons - Skewers of fresh pineapple and cream cheese wontons, vanilla ice cream, honey vanilla drizzle. No, I don't have it memorized but cut and pasted it from another site. It is so yummy, I did not want to leave anything out.
    Quote Originally Posted by ThanxForNoticin View Post
    Absolutely agree on both points. We could do desserts with you folks!
    May I join you? These are my favorite desserts as well.
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    Another vote for the Pineapple Bread Pudding @ O'hana's. The World is loaded with great sweet treats, but this is hands down the best we've had yet...and we get it EVERY TRIP, LOL!!

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    My favorites are pretty simple.

    1. S'mores @ LeCellier
    2. Dole Pineapple Whip @ MK
    3. Chocolate Peanut Butter cake at Sci Fi
    I have to say that I also really like the beignets at POFQ. Something we don't get at home!

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    You've all convinced me to try the fried won tons! I'm not normally a dessert eater, but I do enjoy the bread pudding at Ohana. It's the only bread pudding I like.

    Also, everything at the little pastry shop in the France pavilion is heaven!!
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    Milk chocolate creme brulee at Fultons in Downtown Disney!
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    Not sure it is the best, but I love the experience and setting. We always get a giant sundae on Main Street for the fireworks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madhatterrules View Post
    The Creme Brulee at Chefs de France
    Chocolate Moose at Le Cellier
    Dole Pineapple Whip in the MK
    This w/a scoop of ice cream

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    I would love to try the maple creme brulee. Anyone know if you can just have dessert there?

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    This thread is just mouth watering!!

    I have a few fave desserts..

    - Strawberry & Sugar Crepes and chocolate Crepes at the kiosk in France.. my must do every trip!!! yumm!!
    -Cannolis from Italy in Epcot
    -Smores dessert at 50's Prime Time
    -Banana Split sundae sitting outside at Ghiridelli's at DTD
    - chocolate mousse from the bakery in France..yummm!!


    I def will have to try the yak & yeti wontons!! Of all the times I've been to the Poly to eat, I have never had the bread pudding so that is a must in the future!
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    My wife's absolute favorite is the green tea flan that she had at Tokyo Dining.


    Mine is definitely the rice cream that they serve Aukershus. It is unbelievable.
    In need of a Disney World fix really bad.

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