Just In Time For Fall – The 5 Best Apple Desserts In Disney World

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Now that it is officially fall, it is the perfect time to enjoy a delicious apple dessert. Disney World chefs are outstanding at creating scrumptious desserts of all kinds especially ones featuring this tasty fall fruit. Here are five of the best apple desserts served in Disney World:

Apple Dessert 1Apple Strudel – Sommerfest in Germany in World Showcase, Epcot

Pastry filled with apples and topped with vanilla sauce for $4.29.

Apple Walnut Cake – California Grill, Contemporary Resort

A sweet cake topped with heirloom apple, fig and cherry compote, roasted white chocolate mousse, apple-caramel sauce, candied walnuts and brown sugar ice cream for $14.00.

Apple Dessert 3Apple-Cranberry Pie Cupcake – Contempo Café, Contemporary Resort

A vanilla cupcake with apple-cranberry pie filling and cream cheese frosting for $5.19.

Apple Crisp a la Mode – Hollywood Scoops, Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Cinnamon apple topped with hand-scooped vanilla ice cream, caramel sauce, and streusel for $6.19.

Apple Dessert 2Warm Glazed Donut – Sci-Fi Dine-In Theatre, Disney’s Hollywood Studios

A warm donut stacked with cinnamon apples and topped with vanilla bean ice cream and caramel sauce for $7.99.

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