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    Do you have a favourite dessert at any of the Disney Parks or Resort restaurants?

    What would you recommend









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    I love the Grand Marnier Souffle at V&A

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    Well, I used to but they stopped making it.

    Boma used to have small, light pastry triangles that were topped with fresh fruit held in place by a bit of pastry custard cream. They were so nice!!!






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    I love the chocolate covered strawberries from Sweet Spells!

    Cotton candy is a must have every trip.

    I used to be quite fond of the maple creme brle at Le Cellier, but haven't had it in some time.




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    Every time you talk about cotton candy, Becca you make my teeth ache!

    Thanks for the memory jog though, I do like the creme brulee at WDW, but prefer the classic version. I LOVE the flan at Cape May, too. However, when I gave the boy a bite he actually shuddered and nearly gagged. He said it tasted like sweet, slimy cheese!






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 285521
    Every time you talk about cotton candy, Becca you make my teeth ache!

    Thanks for the memory jog though, I do like the creme brulee at WDW, but prefer the classic version. I LOVE the flan at Cape May, too. However, when I gave the boy a bite he actually shuddered and nearly gagged. He said it tasted like sweet, slimy cheese!
    Hahaha!! More for me!! I swear I would eat it for a meal!!

    I do love flan, I will have to try it this trip!




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    I do like flan but I know some have an issue with the texture

    My favorite treat at Disney are the caramel apples. I do like to get a bite of the Pernogotti chocolate in Italy. Oh and a Dole Whip float.












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    Without a doubt it is the vanilla slices at Starring Roles.

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    I don't really have one as we don't eat onsite very often, the only thing that stands out is the Artist Point Cobbler and that was suggested by Terry









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    I love deserts one of my favourites is DUNBODY KISS at RAGLAN ROAD and i love FUNNEL CAKE at SLEEPY HOLLOW MK with strawberries and cream





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