Walt Disney World has no shortage of pretty desserts. But sometimes I wonder how original the flavors will be. Are the desserts beautiful but bland? I need something exciting for my taste buds! When I first saw the new violet push pop at Disney Springs, I was intrigued. When I read that it’s an Ube Tiramisu Pop from Vivoli Il Gelato, it was all I could do to not hop directly in my car to go get one.
In celebration of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, there are plenty of special food items and entertainment experiences popping up around Walt Disney World. Vivoli Il Gelato chose to honor these diverse cultures with a belovedly bright flavor that isn’t often found in American (or Italian!) desserts. If you’ve ever had a Tiramisu Pop, you’ll know that they are a portable version of an Italian classic, perfect for a quick dessert. They’re also just a fun way to eat, whether you’re on the move or sitting and people-watching at the Town Center.
This version of Tiramisu takes the novelty a step further. It uses ube cream and graham cracker crumbs soaked with coconut to form the layers. A sweetly surprising departure from the traditional coffee and cocoa flavors! Grab one of these treats at Vivoli Il Gelato for $7 each!
Celebrate “A World of Voices” this May at Walt Disney World. Whether you’re learning more about another culture, or just enjoying a fun dessert, there are plenty of ways to participate!
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