We are a Disney Family. Well, most of us. The kids and I bleed in Mickey Mouse shaped droplets. My husband, on the other hand; let’s just say he’s not as on board with “The Mouse” as the rest of us. He’s your casual fan. He enjoys the movies. He endures our ridiculous daily references, music and various tchotchkes around the house. He’s dutifully gone to the parks with us and once he’s there he has a great time. But, in general, he is not a theme park person. He does not like standing in the hot sun in long ass lines with other sweaty bodies to ride a 2 minute ride all while walking 10 miles a day and spending a few thousand for the pleasure of it all. So, when I told him we were kicking off the summer by making the kitchen sink he just shrugged and rolled his eyes. Truth be told, I think he’s just happy I wasn’t begging to go to a Disney Park again.
What is the Kitchen Sink you ask? Honestly, it should be called something like the Fat American or pancreas killer but because this is a dish served at Disney World it’s given a nicey- nice name. Basically, it’s the most colossal ice cream sundae you’ve ever seen. One can find this monstrosity at the Beaches and Cream Ice Cream Shop located on the Boardwalk of the Walt Disney World Beach Club Resort. This sundae contains has every single topping at the shop heaped on a metric ton of ice cream. Here’s a link to ingredients. If you prefer to watch one being made, here’s a link for that.
A few days ago, we went off to the nicest Walmart in America in search of ingredients for this thing. I’ve talked about our Walmart before. It’s super bougie; it has brick cart wranglers. Anyway, we cheated a little bit. The recipe calls for an absurd amount of baked goods and candy we don’t eat so we cheated a bit but still, we had about $20 bucks worth of crap in the cart. Y’all, it was like making Thanksgiving dinner the amount of prep work and clean up for this thing. And, the biggest surprise of all was we couldn’t finish it. Like we barely ate half. My husband ate four bites, proclaimed it too much and tapped out. My oldest ate a few more bites then started leaning over the real kitchen sink yelling, “I feel like I’m gonna puke.” He had to go lay down for about 30 minutes. My youngest and I ate about 8 to 10 bites and threw in the towel. We covered the whole business in plastic wrap and put it in the freezer. Later that afternoon my youngest did throw up. It was just too much sugar. We did manage to thaw the leftovers out the next day and eat some of it. My youngest did not participate. In fact, I think she’s sworn off ice cream for a year. I honestly don’t know how anyone finishes this thing unless you have about 10 people with you. If any of my readers have ever ordered one of these things I’ve got to know if you finished it and if so how many people were with you.