You Must try these Best Snacks and Pastries in Columbia

Ohana Bread Pudding

I suspect a lot of patrons at ‘Ohana never taste the bread pudding. That’s because the all-you-can-stuff-in-your-mouth restaurant taunts guests with skewer after skewer (after skewer) of fire-roasted chicken, pork, steak, and shrimp along with oodles of pork dumplings, Teriyaki noodles, and other Polynesian delights. By the time dessert is served at the family-style eatery, diners are holding their stomachs and wondering whether the gift shop at the hotel sells Mickey-shaped antacid tablets.

But, according to our judges, they would be wise to hold off a bit on the main course and save room for dessert. The ‘Ohana Bread Pudding à la mode with Bananas Caramel Sauce, which is included in the gorge-a-thon, is worth pacing yourself during the meal. You’ll be rewarded with a pineapple- and white chocolate-infused bread pudding topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and a Bananas Foster sauce that’ll have you smacking your lips and praising the tiki Gods.

Chocolate Croissant

Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie

Our final pick at the drool-worthy display case in Epcot’s French bakery is the chocolate croissant. The buttery, flaky pastries are stuffed with generous hunks of mouth-watering (hence the drool) chocolate.

Three out of the top ten best desserts throughout the vast resort can be found without having to move an inch at Les Halles Boulangerie. You could also move a few inches away to L’Artisan des Glaces. While it didn’t make the top-ten list, its in-shop made ice cream and sorbet boasts intense flavors and is quite good.

Waffle Sandwiches

Waffle Sandwich

What, you may wonder, is a waffle sandwich? Disney starts with a freshly made, huge, yummy waffle (sadly, not a Mickey Mouse-shaped waffle, which can be found elsewhere in the resort), folds it in half sort of like a taco, and then stuffs it to make one of three sandwiches: ham, prosciutto, and Swiss cheese; Nutella and fresh fruit; and sweet and spicy chicken.

These sandwiches would satisfy most visitors as a meal. They include interesting touches such as a slightly spicy Asian sauce and coleslaw for the chicken waffle.

Dole Whip

Dole Whip

Dole Whip is another Disney World ritual for many visitors. The weird thing is that it is not distinctly Disney; although it’s not common, you can find pineapple-flavored soft serve outside of the Disney parks.

Here is a tip: If the lines are long at the park, or you don’t have plans to go to the Magic Kingdom, you can still get your Disney World Dole Whip fix by heading over to the Polynesian Resort. It’s self-serve at Capt. Cook’s.

In addition to pineapple, you could order orange or vanilla Dole Whip, or swirl them together. You could also splurge for a pineapple float, which perches a dollop of Dole Whip atop pineapple juice.

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