REVIEW: Passholder-Exclusive Lightning McQueen Sundae at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Shannen Ace

A hand holds a plate with a large chocolate Lightning McQueen Sundae, covered in sprinkles and a whipped topping, set against a backdrop of a colorful mural at Disney's Hollywood Studios.

REVIEW: Passholder-Exclusive Lightning McQueen Sundae at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Among the new Pixar-inspired treats available at Disney’s Hollywood Studios is the Annual Passholder-exclusive Lightning McQueen Ice Cream Sundae.

A promotional sign for the Passholder-Exclusive "Lightning McQueen Ice Cream Sundae" at Disney's Hollywood Studios, showcasing a sundae topped with fudge, whipped cream, red and yellow sprinkles, and a chocolate-coconut cake doughnut. Priced at $7.79.

The sundae is at Hollywood Scoops on Sunset Boulevard, around the corner from Lightning McQueen’s Racing Academy. Rosie’s All-American Cafe next door serves the Lightning McQueen Spare Tire.

Lightning McQueen Ice Cream Sundae – $7.79

Choice of hand-scooped ice cream topped with hot fudge, whipped cream, red and yellow sprinkles, and a chocolate-coconut cake doughnut

A hand holds a plate with a large chocolate Lightning McQueen Sundae, covered in sprinkles and a whipped topping, set against a backdrop of a colorful mural at Disney's Hollywood Studios.

This sundae is a massive portion for just one person, and would be better shared with friends or family.

A close-up of a decorative dessert, featuring a chocolate donut with white icing and sprinkles, held in a hand. The plate showcases Cars-themed graphics, including a Lightning McQueen logo, making it the perfect backdrop for this sweet treat.

In Florida, it melts instantly. The cake doughnut is brownie-like. It’s too soft for this sundae and falls apart, but it’s easy to mix with the ice cream. The Lightning medallion is white chocolate but wasn’t too sweet. The sprinkles add texture.

A person's hand holding an ice cream sandwich with colorful sprinkles, covered in chocolate syrup, over a decorative paper plate at Disney's Hollywood Studios. The background reveals greenery and an inviting outdoor seating area.

Make sure to consider your ice cream choice when ordering. We wanted orange ice cream but realized we wouldn’t like the flavor mixed with the hot fudge.

Rating out of 7: 4

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