Today, January 23, is National Pie Day!
I have always loved pie. It’s not something you see a lot of at Disney Parks, but I’ve found some great options if you are in the mood for pie at Disney parks!
#1 Mini Mango Pie at Yak and Yeti Local Foods Cafe Animal Kingdom.
A lot of people have said how much they love this pie. If you are a fan of mango, you might want to give it at try at $4.99.
#2 Caramel-Apple Pie A la Mode at the Plaza Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom
This twist on the classic apple pie is a yummy way to celebrate your love of pie. $9.00
#3 Nanaimo Pie at Le Cellier in Epcot’s Canada pavilion.
I hear this one is amazing! It’s a coconut custard, in a chocolate hazelnut crust with creme anglaise.
Le Cellier is one of the more expensive places at Epcot. If you are on the dining plan it’s 2 table service credits, but the price of the pie isn’t too terrible at $11.00.
#4 Flo’s V8 Cafe Disneyland
This are actually 3 options here each at $5.49:
Flo’s Signature Apple-Cheddar Pie-O-Rama
Flo’s Signature Fruit Pie-O-Rama
Usually either Blueberry Peach or Strawberry Rhubarb pie. It rotates.
Flo’s Signature Mud Pie-O-Rama
Not all Pie options are actually “pie.” Here are a few pie inspired items.
#5 Boston Cream Pie at Columbia Harbour House in the Magic Kingdom.
This yellow cake filled with custard and topped with a chocolate glaze isn’t technically “pie” but pie is in the name, so we’ll count it. $4.29
#6 Apple Pie Sundae at Taste Track in Epcot
This isn’t just pie, it’s a sundae inspired by warm apple pie. It’s vanilla ice cream with caramel sauce and topped with whipped cream, caramel popcorn, salted caramel pearls and warm apple pie. So pie does appear in this dessert. The price for this creamy treat is $6.50.
#7 Key Lime Pie Shake at the Sci-Fi Dine in at Hollywood Studios
This might be a seasonal item, but when we were there the last time they had an amazing Key Lime Shake that tasted just like the pie. It had a layer of graham cracker “crust” just under the whipped cream on top. Again, I believe it’s seasonal, but my husband said it was incredibly good!
Or you can just make your own Pie Pops! Disney has a how to video
There are a few pie options to try around Disney parks. Do you know of some other good places to get pie at Disney? Comment and let us know!
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