It’s the Mickey Kitchen Sink Sundae – or as our friends at the Disney Food Blog like to call it, the Mickey Pants Sundae. And you’ll find it at the Plaza/Main Street Ice Cream Parlor at the Magic Kingdom and at Beaches and Cream in Disney’s Beach Club Resort.
The sundae is big enough for at least two people, and at the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor it’ll set you back $22.99 plus tax.
The Mickey Kitchen Sink Sundae at the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor is made with three scoops of ice cream topped with hot fudge, strawberry, and caramel. The sundae is then topped with whipped cream, peanut butter chips, and cherries.
And you get to keep the kitchen sink, of course.
The sundae at Beaches and Cream is called the “Mini Mickey Sink” and is meant to be a smaller version of the famous Kitchen Sink Sundae. This version features three scoops of ice cream topped with pineapple, strawberry, hot fudge, peanut butter, whipped cream, brownie, Oreos, sprinkles, morsels, chocolate shavings, and whipped cream.
The price at Beaches and Cream is also $22.99 plus tax, and you still get to keep the Mickey Kitchen Sink.
We’d love to hear from anyone who has bought the Mickey Kitchen Sink Sundae – was it worth the price?
Thanks to our friends at the Disney Food Blog for use of their photo for this story!