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The $29 Disney World Dessert That is Worth Every Penny


Vacation Mom took leave of her senses. That’s the only excuse I have for ordering the Kitchen Sink, a monster of a dessert at Disney World’s Beaches and Cream soda shop in the Beach Club resort. Even worse, I made a special reservation at Beaches and Cream to get it and called the Kitchen Sink lunch!

Well, it was definitely filling. And fantastic. How can 8 scoops of ice cream and an entire can of whipped cream (among MANY other ingredients) not be? The 3 of us made a valiant effort but only got about 3/4 of the way through…and that was AFTER I removed the cake and brownies to take back to the hotel for “dinner”.

If you’re going to attempt to scale the Sink, a couple of tips:

  • Grownups should go for the coffee ice cream first as the kids might not appreciate the taste.
  • As I mentioned, take the cakes out right away to box up (you can always add them back in). 4 brownies and an entire pound cake save a LOT of tummy space.
  • If you’re interested in the idea, but not the proportions, there’s a 1/2 size “Mickey Sink” at $23 (that includes a souvenir sink).  We considered that one but decided in the end to go all in.
  • Don’t order the Sink if you don’t like attention.  The lights go down and you get a round of applause for even making the attempt.

Have you tried the Kitchen Sink?  How did you do?  Please share your thoughts in the comments.

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