NEW BoardWalk Ice Cream Shop Replaces Ample Hills Creamery!

in Walt Disney World

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Many Disney World Guests were sad to see the the beloved Ample Hills Creamery permanently close at Disney World last year.  Previously located on The BoardWalk at Walt Disney World Resort, this ice cream parlor was a wonderful spot to enjoy cool flavors including lemon sky and orange marshmallow.

However, even though Ample Hills Creamery is no longer located on the Disney’s BoardWalk, an all-new ice cream shop is taking its place, thanks to Disney!

We are so happy to announce that The Disney’s BoardWalk in Walt Disney World will introduce a new ice cream shop called BoardWalk Ice Cream today and will feature flavors inspired by Beaches and Cream Soda Shop! Take a look as we share the complete menu.

Disney's BoardWalk
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BoardWalk Ice Cream New Menu

According to the Walt Disney World website, this new mom-and-pop-style shop will feature seaside-inspired flavors and will be available to Disney Guests starting at 3 p.m. today! Not to worry, this ice cream parlor is open late until 10 p.m. for all those Guests who are craving a late-night snack after a day at the parks or their Disney Resort hotel.

If you’ve ever enjoyed a kitchen sink at Disney’s Beaches and Cream Soda Shop then you can only imagine these new Disney snack items as Disney states,

Bring your sweet tooth to this “cool” ice cream parlor located at Disney’s BoardWalk, featuring ice cream and sundaes to go. Enjoy menu items such as the Shore-Side Sundae with SNICKERS®, Bay-Side Brownie a la Mode and the Strawberry Splash Shortcake—all inspired by Beaches & Cream Soda Shop

kitchen sink
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The official menu states some amazing flavor combinations including Shoreside Sundae for only $11 as they share,

Shoreside Sundae
Three Scoops of Vanilla Ice Cream smothered in Hot Fudge, Marshmallow Topping, and SNICKERS® bar pieces topped with Whipped Cream, Chopped Peanuts, and a Cherry. 

 

BoardWalk Ice Cream
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For all those Disney Guests who are looking for an ice cream dessert that is packed with flavor, check out this double scooped dream for only $7 as Disney shares,

The Classic Wave of Double Scoop – Ice Cream Cup
Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, Butter Pecan, Cookies ‘n Cream, Mint Chocolate Chip, Rainbow Sherbet, Coffee, or Fat-free Chocolate or Vanilla

BoardWalk Ice Cream
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If you’re planning a trip to Disney’s Boardwalk soon, here are three other sundaes we are sure Disney fans will enjoy! These Disney treats will surely make Instagram-worthy pictures and complement your ice cream-inspired Mickey ears!

Bayside Brownie À la Mode
A gooey, chewy Brownie, Hot Fudge, and Vanilla Ice Cream topped with Whipped Cream, Chocolate Sprinkles, and a Cherry

Surf’s Up Sundae – Three Scoops
Choice of one of the following toppings: Marshmallow, Strawberry, Pineapple, Peanut Butter, Hot Fudge, Caramel, or Chocolate Syrup topped with Whipped Cream, Toasted Almonds, and a Cherry. Additional Toppings 1 dollar each

Ride the Wave Sundae – Two Scoops
Choice of one of the following toppings: Marshmallow, Strawberry, Pineapple, Peanut Butter, Hot Fudge, Caramel, or Chocolate Syrup topped with Whipped Cream, Toasted Almonds, and a Cherry. Additional Toppings 1 dollar each

Ice Cream Bar Ears

 

Next to Disney’s Boardwalk Resort, The menu also includes regular ice creams flavors that you can enjoy in a cup or on a Boardwalk waffle cone, including:

  • Rainbow Sherbert
  • Butter Pecan
  • Coffee
  • Strawberry
  • Chocolate-Vanilla Swirl

We cannot wait to try Disneys BoardWalk new ice cream joint, and we guarantee this will become a very popular spot this summer, so head over to the Disney Skyliner and catch the quickest ride over before it becomes a hot spot!

What Beaches and Cream-inspired ice cream flavor are you excited to try at the all-new BoardWalk Ice Cream shop? Let us know in the comments below! 

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