We Finally Know How To Make Disney's Kitchen Sink Sundae

Disney World has some pretty iconic sweet treats like the Dole Whip and Mickey Mouse bars. However, there might not be another dessert quite the size of Disney's Kitchen Sink Sundae which feeds (at least) four people. If you haven't tried this truly massive ice cream sundae, then you would typically have to head to Beaches & Cream Soda Shop at Disney's Yacht Club, just outside Epcot. Luckily, the theme park has released the recipe so you can make it at home (via Popsugar).

With an extensive list of ingredients to create this dessert, you should be prepared to make a grocery run before getting started. An extra-large dessert served in what appears to be a miniature kitchen sink does, after all call for quite a few toppings. You literally need 29 sweet and crunchy components including five kinds of ice cream to make it just right. So, be prepared to get sticky — both constructing and eating this magical, shareable dessert (via Disney Parks).

What's in Disney's Kitchen Sink Sundae

While you could certainly take all of these ingredients and go crazy with your own invention, which we wholeheartedly support, Disney has provided a full recipe with instructions on how to make the Kitchen Sink Sundae just like you can get at the park. 

This sundae features what seems like a million ingredients, so let's just get down to what all is involved: warm fudge topping, warm butterscotch topping, warm peanut butter topping, a banana, a cinnamon spice cupcake, an angel food cupcake, vanilla ice cream, chocolate ice cream, strawberry ice cream, mint chocolate chip ice cream, coffee ice cream, chocolate syrup, marshmallow cream, strawberry topping, pineapple topping, dairy whipped topping, a large brownie, a full-size candy bar, chocolate cookies with cream filling, sliced, toasted almonds, dark chocolate shavings, white chocolate shavings, crushed chocolate cookies with cream filling, chopped, jellied orange slices, milk chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, chocolate sprinkles, rainbow sprinkles, and finally, maraschino cherries on top. 

That is one sugar-filled ice cream sundae.