Have a sweet tooth and need to find the best desserts at Epcot International Food and Wine Festival? If you’re ready to skip the savory and move straight to the best course of each meal, be sure to keep reading below for a list of what I think are some of the best desserts for your taste buds and wallet at the festival.
Epcot International Food and Wine Festival boasts to have some of the best flavors to indulge in during its season.
From the RunDisney marathons to the cooler temperatures in Florida, fall is one of the best times to enjoy Walt Disney World.
Being able to taste and drink your way around the beautiful World Showcase at Epcot is just another reason to enjoy the resort this time of year.
Personally, Epcot Flower and Garden Festival is my all-time favorite event at Epcot but Food and Wine Festival is a close second when I don’t want to endure the humidity during the spring and summer.
Let’s dive into the crème de la crème of the sweet treats at Epcot International Food and Wine Festival.
Cheesecake Trio: Raspberry, Chocolate, and New York-style Cheesecake Bites at Shimmering Sips Location Near Port of Entry
This platter offers three small portions of cheesecakes including raspberry, chocolate, and New York-style. This platter can easily be enjoyed by two people with about two bites per person of each flavor of cheesecake.
Out of the trio, the New York-style was my favorite. The raspberry has a wonderful flavor, but the crust was a little dry.
The chocolate is good, but it has a flavor of chocolate pudding more than a rich solid chocolate flavor. If you enjoy crème brulee, you will really enjoy the New York-style.
At a $5 price point, the cheesecake trio is a great late-night dessert to enjoy after dinner.
Strawberry Smoothie made with Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Almondmilk® (Non-Alcoholic) at The Donut Box Near Test Track
This strawberry smoothie is light and perfect for those who enjoy a good smoothie but might not be able to handle dairy-heavy drinks.
The almond milk compliments the strawberry flavor perfectly by not overpowering and leaving the flavor of lightly sugared cut strawberries.
Plus, the straw is topped with one of their Strawberry-dusted Yeast Donut Holes.
Strawberry-dusted Yeast Donut Holes from The Donut Box
Speaking of Strawberry-dusted Yeast Donut Holes, these treats are just as heavenly as the smoothies. Donut holes can easily be dry and not worth the price.
For $4.00, you receive donut holes. $1.00 a donut hole isn’t all too shabby with the size of these where you can easily take about 3-4 bites out of just one. Enough to share!
The smoothie is about a 6-ounce portion but for $5.50, I feel like it is just enough to enjoy a cold drink.
Tropical Mimosa with Sparkling Wine and Passion Fruit, Orange, and Guava Juices from Shimmering Sips
This mimosa is a treat. I have enjoyed this drink during two different seasons, and it is a favorite. It reminds me POG with a twist.
If you are looking for a sweet drink to enjoy, this one is a perfect match. For $6.00, I find it one of the best drinks for your money as it comes in a large champagne flute.
No Worries Panna Cotta: Raspberry, Papaya, and Mango Panna Cotta with a Cookie Crumble Base Topped with a Lion King White Chocolate at Refreshment Outpost
This dessert has a smooth topping with a crunchy finish. If you enjoy citrus and sweet flavors, this is for you. Plus, it is adorned with an adorable Lion King topper. It can be easily shared with two people so grab two spoons.
Caramel-Apple Popcorn from The Appleseed Orchard Located in the Canada Pavilion
This runs for $10.00 but comes in an adorable keepsake apple container. I do wish there were a little more caramel-apple popcorn in it to 100% enjoy it but I am a sucked for food that comes in a souvenir.
These are just a few favorite desserts from Epcot International Food and Wine Festival. As you probably know or suspect, there is quite the plethora of choices around the world. Be sure to let me know what your favorites are in the comments!