What’s Your Favorite Disney Pie?

Nobody ever talks enough about pie, right? Raise your hand if you’re with me. So recently, we asked for your favorite pies at Disney World and Disneyland, and we received some awesome recommendations!

DFB readers and Facebook Friends shared their suggestions for this yummy dessert via the Disney Food Blog Facebook page. Now let’s get into those pies!

Yummo Pecan Pie at Boatwright's in Disney World -- review coming soon!

The kinds of pie with the greatest shout-outs from our facebook fans were Key Lime, Mango, and Blueberry. Let’s grab a slice…

Key Lime Pie

Our readers suggest stopping by Sunshine Seasons or Olivia’s Cafe at the Old Key West resort for their Key Lime desserts.

At Olivia’s, the Key Lime Tart is very popular due to the thick graham cracker crust (that goes all the way up the sides of the dessert!), sweet and tart key lime filling, and a sweet and light meringue topping. Facebook fan Crystal N. highly recommends this tart (and so do I!!!)!

Key Lime Tart

Key Lime Tart on the Inside

Allan T., Chris D., and Susan H. are among our readers praising the Key Lime Pie at Sunshine Seasons in Epcot. Thanks to M. Fontaine for the picture via our Disney Food Blog Photo Extravaganza.

Key Lime Tart at Sunshine Seasons

Tracy T. and Rebecca S. will halt their touring for any Key Lime tart or pie (I can relate)! Let us know if you get a chance to stop by Sunshine Tree Terrace for the new Key Lime Pie menu item when visiting the Magic Kingdom.

Other places for a dose of Key Lime pie or tart: T-Rex Cafe (Cosmic Key Lime Pie); Garden Grove (Raspberry Key Lime Tart); Maya Grill (Key Lime Dessert Shot); Crystal Palace, Shula’s Steak House, Good’s Food To Go, Wolfgang Puck Express, and House of Blues (Key Lime Pie);plus, Shutters, Grand Floridian Cafe, and Cape May Cafe (Key Lime Tart).

Key Lime Tart at Shutters

Key Lime Tart at Grand Floridian Cafe

Mango Pie

Next time that you’re headed to the Animal Kingdom, take the advice of readers and make an ADR for the Yak & Yeti Restaurant to finish your meal with Mango Pie! It’s a refreshing dessert with the perfect blend of sweet and tart.

Mango Pie

While it’s not currently on the menu, Reader Nicole B. has scored this dessert at the Yak & Yeti Local Foods Cafe counter-service location.

Blueberry Pie

Jennifer Y. likes the “cute little mini blueberry pies at Hungry Bear.” The Hungry Bear Restaurant in Disneyland offers the mini blueberry pie served warm! The old-fashioned lattice crust topping is absolutely gorgeous.

Hungry Bear Blueberry Pie

Stephanie W. agrees “The one from Hungry Bear was good.”

Apple Pie

One of my favorite Disney apple pies is at Whispering Canyon Cafe in Disney’s Wilderness Lodge!

The Apple Caramel pie is to die for. An incredible flavor and moistness — perfect way to end a meal!

Caramel Apple Pie at Whispering Canyon Cafe

Thanks to everyone for sharing their favorite pies! Stop by and read the rest of our Best Disney World Restaurants series for more reader favorites!

And don’t forget to swing by the Disney Food Blog Facebook Page to take advantage of our Facebook e-Book Sale today!

What’s YOUR favorite pie while on a Disney vacation? Let us know in the comments section below.


  1. says

    I also love key lime pie and I have to give a shout out to Key Lime Mousse at Flame Tree BBQ–it’s one of the best CS desserts at WDW.

  2. Jill D says

    does the apple crisp from Columbia Harbor House count as a pie?

    and where does the blueberry buckle fit in?

    do we have a category for favorite un-categorize-able desserts yet?

  3. Pieman says

    I vote for them all, including the apple crisp at Columbia Harbour House and the apple tart at the Liberty Tree Tavern!

    “When you die, if you get a choice between going to regular heaven or pie heaven, choose pie heaven. It might be a trick, but if it’s not, mmmmmmmm, boy.” – Jack Handey

  4. JoAnn says

    I usually don’t order pie for dessert. Not that I don’t like pie, I just don’t order it. I will see what kind of pies are available when I go in November.

  5. Jessica says

    The key lime pie cube at The Wave is awesome, the only downside to it is I always want more of it.

  6. Tracy Boylan says

    Oooohhhhh! The pecan pie at Boatwrights is fantastic! Quality crust and tons of crunchy pecans!

  7. says

    Heather — Thanks for the tip!

    Jill — We definitely need to do a “best cobbler or crisp” soon. I LOVE cobbler and crisp! ;-) That blueberry buckle at Liberty Tree Tavern is amazing!

    Pieman — Ha ha! Thanks for voting! :-)

    JoAnn — I know; a lot of people don’t. They head for the chocolate, ice cream, and creme brulee (myself included) a lot of the time. I think the pies get glanced over a lot. :-)

    Jessica — I just had that key lime pie cube last week!! It’s very good. But, yes, I want more of it.

    Tracy Boylan — Agreed! Thanks for the corroboration!

  8. Niki M says

    You can get a slice of key lime at Sunshine Tree Terrace now. Has anyone tried it there yet? Probably not because everyone is happy to see the Citrus Swirl back!

  9. Maggie says

    Awesome! Thanks so much for this list of Key Lime Pies. It’s seriously my favorite food, and while I’m in Orlando I want to try at least one of all of these!

  10. says

    Flying Fish had an excellent key lime dessert, not sure if they still do. The oreo crust made it really outstanding (and it was so much better than the one at Grand Floridian Cafe).

  11. Jayme says

    Last year we had dinner at Whispering Canyon and I saw that they had a apple caramel pie. I had to try it.. It was quite good and very, very large. If I remember right it had a sugar cookie crust and they used granny smith apples. I would definitely order it again!

  12. AFoodie says

    All these pies sound absolutely fab! Will definitely try to check out all of them :)

  13. says

    I don’t know that I have ever had a slice of pie at WDW! Which is amazing because I generally prefer pie to cake.

    Since key lime got such a strong focus of the article, I will point out that they also have a key lime tart at the Hollywood and Vine buffet. I remember being very pleasantly surprised by it.

  14. Jeff C. says

    I’ll take that Mango Pie from Yak & Yeti all day long! It’s my all-time favotire. Which is odd because I don’t really care for mangos! But this pie is soooo creamy and testy – I just love it.

  15. says

    Mmmm. Mango pie. Could really go for some of that right now. We tend to eat our weight in pastries from France, Norway, Main Street Bakery……but that Mango pie is good stuff.

  16. Essie says

    I like all kinds of pies and the pecan pie photo has me drooling. It’s very fattening so I don’t make it often, but every blue moon or so….. :) I will be trying the key lime at the CMC this trip coming up in Nov. I would love to be able to get blueberry pie in WDW; that’s one of my favorites and the one from DLR looks yummy. I’m not overly fond of mangoes, but the mango pie at Y&Y is wonderful, especially with the sugar cookie crust. Apple pie is boring to me (unless it’s French apple), but the Caramel apple pie with sugar cookie crust that ‘Jayme’ mentioned sounds very good! Geeze I love this blog site!

  17. says

    I’m kind of spoiled when it comes to pie. My wife makes some of the best pies that I have ever tasted. Consequently, I often find myself disappointed with pies offered at restaurants, including those in The World. The pie that usually has the best chance with me is Key Lime, so I’ll be the guinea pig and order the one that’s available at the Sunshine Tree Terrace when I’m there next week.

  18. Grace says

    I wish there was blueberry pie at WDW….. It’s my favorite. Although I will have to try the mango pie at Y&Y! Going for the first time this Oct – can’t wait!!! :D

  19. MarK says

    Several years ago there was a cafe by the fountain toeards the front of Epcot (Can’t remember the name). They served what was called an Apple Flan in a sugar cookie crust. It was one of the best deserts I ever tasted. I got the recipe from them at the time, but have since lost it. The cafe is now gone and requests from Disney for the recipe have not been successful… Anyone remember having this that might have clues to how it was made? Thank You.

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