Thrifty Thursday: Eat This, Not That for Dessert in Downtown Disney

Today, for our last walk around Downtown Disney, we’re going in search of low cost desserts. Talk about a sweet ending! 


The Expensive Version 
At Wolfgang Puck Café, the rich, creamy cake is topped with bruleed sugar for $7.95.

The Less-Expensive Version
For a white chocolate raspberry version of the New York classic, head to Cap’n Jack’s and fork over $5.49. 

The Least-Expensive Version
At Wolfgang Puck Express, you can get a vanilla bean-flavored slice for only $5.

Potential Savings: $2.95 

Key Lime Pie

The Expensive Version 
At the T-Rex Café, your slice of Cosmic Key Lime Pie is served with raspberry sauce and fresh whipped cream for $7.99.

The Less-Expensive Version
For $5.99 a slice of the key lime delight is drizzled with a fresh raspberry coulis topped with fresh whipped cream at the House of Blues.

The Least-Expensive Version
Prefer a raspberry sauce? Cap’n Jack’s key lime pie is topped with it for only $5.49.

Potential Savings: $2.50

Your Chocolate Fix

The Expensive Version 
Head to Paradiso 37 for a decadent slice of chocolate cake and chocolate mousse on a bed of caramel sauce topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. It’ll set you back $7.99, but … yum.

The Less-Expensive Version
For $7.95, you can get a warm, molten-centered cake with a scoop of vanilla ice cream at Wolfgang Puck Café.

The Least-Expensive Version
In the market for a cheaper fix? Cap’n Jack’s has a double chocolate cake drizzled with caramel and raspberry sauces and vanilla ice cream. If you’re closer to House of Blues, you can get a chocolate cake with a molten center topped with a vanilla crème anglaise. Both are only $5.99.

Potential Savings: $2

Find out how the FREE services of a Disney World travel agent can make planning your Disney vacation simple…and for a limited time, get a FREE Disney gift card when you book your trip with me! ($2000 minimum package cost)

Melissa Sue works in higher education communications in upstate New York, where she lives with her husband Robert, a secondary school teacher, and her cavapoo George (as in King George). Melissa began visiting Disney World when she was six and today owns a piece of the magic at Bay Lake Tower. She blogs at Mouse on the Mind and tweets @msorrellsgalley. She’ll be contributing money-saving tips to The Affordable Mouse.

This entry was posted in Dining at Walt Disney World, Disney Vacation Planning, Saving Money at Disney World, Saving Money on Food, Thrifty Thursday and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to Thrifty Thursday: Eat This, Not That for Dessert in Downtown Disney

  1. Pingback: Thrifty Thursday: Eat This, Not That Part VII | Mouse on the Mind

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *