The Kitchen Sink

Sometimes when you visit WDW you decide to partake in something new. This could be a ride, an area of a park, a dining experience, even a dessert treat that you want to try. On one of my visits I decided to try the Kitchen Sink. I was not alone. My wife, son, and daughter were there to help consume this mammoth ice cream sunday. Here is my experience.

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We arrived at Beaches & Cream in the Disney Beach Club with a pre-plan to partake in the Kitchen Sink. I saw it on TV and did a little research, but with my love of ice cream, I knew this was for me. When we arrived at B&C we tried to order through the quick serve line. Apparently, to order the Kitchen Sink you have to actually sit down inside and order. They just happen to have 4 seats at the bar, so we were seated right away.


Once we ordered we were given 4 glasses of water. You definitely need water and not soda when consuming this thing. There is enough sugar in the Kitchen Sink for a lifetime so adding soda only makes it worse. As we sat there we could see them moving this silver bowl thing around and adding items at different locations throughout the kitchen. It took about 15 minutes to complete.


Once the Kitchen sink was complete the server came out, hit a button, and started saying (very loudly) something about the kitchen sink and naming off all the stuff in the bowl. During the show there is a yellow light spinning. It’s a show. I think they do it to get others interested in trying it. Either way the server was great and seemed very excited about her job.


We were given small bowls in case we wanted to scoop some out. My son scooped as did my wife while my daughter and I ate right out of the Sink. I think my son got through one bowl, my wife maybe had 2, but my daughter and I finished it off. This is the largest ice cream sunday I have ever had and I felt it when I was done. I felt a little sick, but for as much as I paid for that thing, I was ensuring it was all gone. It was delicious and I would do it again, but maybe I will bring more people.

dannielle reflect

In the end it was fun, delicious, and a great memory for a family. I would not suggest eating this on your own. It is definitely a family affair. Below is the ingredients of the Kitchen Sink. The cost was over $30 with a tip, but well worth the experience even if you only do it once in a life time.



Ingredients compliments of the DIsney Site

  • Fudge topping
  • Butterscotch topping
  • Peanut butter topping
  • Banana
  • Spice cupcakes
  • Angel food cupcakes
  • 2 scoops vanilla ice cream
  • 2 scoops chocolate ice cream
  • 2 scoops strawberry ice cream
  • 1 scoop mint chocolate chip ice cream
  • 1 scoop coffee ice cream
  • Chocolate syrup
  • Marshmallow crème
  • Strawberry topping
  • Pineapple topping
  • Whipped topping
  • Brownie
  • Candy bar
  • Oreos
  • Almonds
  • White chocolate shavings
  • Chocolate chip morsels
  • Peanut butter chip morsels
  • Chocolate sprinkles
  • Rainbow sprinkles
  • Maraschino cherries
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