Beaches and Cream at Walt Disney World’s Beach Club Resort is home to the infamous and iconic Kitchen Sink sundae. If you’re unfamiliar with this gargantuan dessert, the Kitchen Sink is an insane sundae that features a ton of ingredients and produces a spectacle of flashing lights when its delivered to guests.
As if Disney doesn’t think we’ve been eating enough junk food during these strange times, they’ve released the full Kitchen Sink recipe for everyone to recreate at home.
Note: You’ll need a giant bowl and a bunch of hungry people if you’re going to tackle your own Kitchen Sink dessert.
Disney’s Kitchen Sink Ingredients
- ½ cup fudge topping, warmed
- ½ cup butterscotch topping, warmed
- ½ cup peanut butter topping, warmed
- 1 medium banana, sliced in 1/2 –inch slices
- 1 cinnamon spice cupcake (2 ½ x 1 ¼-inch), quartered
- 1 angel food cupcake (3 x 1 ½-inch), quartered
- 2 4-oz. scoops vanilla ice cream
- 2 4-oz. scoops chocolate ice cream
- 2 4-oz. scoops strawberry ice cream
- 1 4-oz. scoop mint chocolate chip ice cream
- 1 4-oz. scoop coffee ice cream
- 3 tablespoons chocolate syrup
- ¼ cup marshmallow crème
- ¼ cup strawberry topping
- ¼ cup pineapple topping
- 1 14-oz can dairy whipped topping
- 1 brownie (6-inch x 6-inch), quartered
- 1 regular-sized (2 ounce) candy bar, quartered
- 4 chocolate cookies with cream filling
- 1 tablespoon sliced toasted almonds
- 1 tablespoon dark and white chocolate shavings
- 1 tablespoon chocolate cookies with cream filling, crushed
- 1 tablespoon chopped jellied orange slices (approximately 2 large slices)
- 1 tablespoon milk chocolate chip morsels
- 1 tablespoon peanut butter chip morsels
- 1 tablespoon chocolate sprinkles
- 1 tablespoon rainbow sprinkles
- ½ cup drained maraschino cherries
Before delivering this crazy dessert to your table, the cast members at Beaches and Cream announce to the entire restaurant that there’s eight scoops of ice cream, every topping in the house and a whole can (yes – the entire 14-oz can) of whip cream in the Kitchen Sink.
We all know calories don’t count while you’re at Walt Disney World, but let’s hope they also don’t count at home if you’re going to attempt your own version of the Kitchen Sink.