Disney Shared Their Kitchen Sink Sundae Recipe And It's the Ultimate Indulgent Dessert


While Disney now at least has a vague idea of when some of its parks might be able to reopen, that day is still some ways off. So for now, the best way to recapture the magic of visiting Disney is to create some of the many recipes they’ve been sharing on the Disney Parks Blog.

While most of what we’ve seen so far have been fairly realistic, one dessert they shared this week will singlehandedly redefine the meaning of the word decadent: the Kitchen Sink Sundae.

Based on a sundae served at the Beaches & Cream Soda Shop at Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club, this is an ice cream sundae on some very powerful steroids. You’re going to need pretty much everyone at home with you to help finish this thing off, and the Disney Parks Blog notes that "this recipe has been converted from a larger quantity in the restaurant kitchens."

If you follow the blog’s recipe exactly, you’re going to need more than a dozen toppings, eight “generous scoop[s]” of five different ice creams, three cupcakes, one candy bar, one large brownie, and a whole lot of spoons and napkins.

It would take way too long to list all of them, honestly. Their included video shows how to put a patriotic red, white, and blue twist on this gargantuan dessert, but it gets at the heart of how to assemble what I’m confident in saying is the largest ice cream sundae you’ll ever make.


I’m legitimately curious to know how much it would cost to buy all of the ingredients you’d need to amass in order to pull this off. Honestly, I’d strongly consider buying your very own ice cream parlor before putting everything together, because it might be a more sustainable investment.

Still, if there were  ever a time to go absolutely hog-wild with an ice cream sundae so intense that you should get your name and photo on a wall if you can finish it by yourself, it’s right now. Even if it all melts before you can get even close to finishing, it’ll make for a good story.


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