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4 Underrated Dollywood Desserts

So you’ve been to Dollywood and have experienced the typical (but still amazingly-delicious) desserts. Yes, most of us know the Cinnamon Bread is life-changing; the specialty funnel cakes are awesome; and truth is, you can never really go wrong with anything from Spotlight Bakery.

But, sometimes it’s nice to branch out to other equally-amazing sweet treats at Dollywood—maybe some you didn’t even know were offered. I’m not saying you need to break up with your beloved Dollywood favorite—I’m simply offering you a chance to open your sweet tooth to a world of new options.

4. Key Lime Pie Mini Dessert from Front Porch Café

Key Lime is one of my favorite flavors, and this Key Lime Pie Mini Jar found at Front Porch Café definitely does not disappoint. But don’t worry—if you aren’t crazy about key lime, we got your back with other flavors like Banana Pudding and Chocolate Mousse.

3. Old-Fashioned Floats from Showstreet Ice Cream

Honestly, what’s better than an old-fashioned Coca-Cola or Barq’s Olde Tyme Root Beer float? It’s such a nice and yummy treat, and I can personally attest that these floats taste even better on a sunny day. Plus, it gets bonus points for being a great on-the-go option, which is always handy when you are traipsing through an iconic theme park.

2. Flit & Flutter Sundae from Sweets and Treats

Sundaes are always a great option… But, add cinnamon churros and fresh strawberries to the mix, and you have a very tasty win for Wildwood Grove’s Flit and Flutter.

1. Lemon Berry Pound Cake from Granny Ogles Ham ‘n Beans

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. I think this snapshot of our Lemon Berry Pound Cake speaks to me in one word: yassssss. P.S. if you’re not that into pound cake, Granny Ogles Ham ‘n Beans also makes a mean fruit cobbler.

By | 2019-11-04T16:37:15+00:00 November 4th, 2019|Dining|0 Comments

About the Author:

Knoxville native Alex Lambert grew up quoting every line while riding Blazing Fury and slurping Red’s Drive-In milkshakes with her cousins. Now, she still adores the park, but from a different lens (corny pun alert)—she’s usually behind the camera creating fun videos and other projects for Dollywood’s social media accounts. Read More!
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