Walt Disney World Cupcakes
If you’ve ever been to Walt Disney World and eaten at a restaurant then odds are you know Disney loves their cupcakes. No matter where you go in any of the parks there are unique cupcakes littered around. Disney’s pastry chefs are always introducing new flavors and cupcakes, I think it’s there way of having a little fun! I hope you enjoy reading about these amazing creations, but please keep in mind some cupcakes may not be available all year long.
Magic Kingdom: Popcorn Cupcake
Head on over to Big Top Treats in Fantasyland to pick up a Carmel Corn Cupcake. Over at Big Top they make their own delicious carmel corn and sprinkle a little of it onto a vanilla or chocolate cupcake. This cupcake is sometimes featured in Germany at the World’s Showcase in Epcot. Photo credit: DisneyFoodBlog.com
Epcot: Chocolate Caramel Cupcake
The German’s apparently LOVE cupcakes…and caramel. While walking through different countries at Epcot’s World Showcase stop by Karamell-Kuche in Germany for a Chocolate Caramel Cupcake. This decadent cupcake will cost you $3.95 or a snack credit if you have the Disney Dining Plan. Photo credit: DisneyFoodBlog.
Hollywood Studios: Darth Vader Chocolate Peanut Butter Cupcake
Hollywood Studios is the Star Wars headquarters at Disney parks, so it’s not a surprise that they have a Darth Vader Cupcake. If you love chocolate and peanut butter then this cupcake is for you! Enjoy a moist chocolate cake with peanut butter chocolate icing adorned with sprinkles and a chocolate Darth Vader head. Photo credit: DisneyFoodBlog.com
Animal Kingdom: Passionfruit Lion Cub Cupcake
This exclusive cupcake can be found at Kusafiri Coffee Shop and Bakery in Africa at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. It is a vanilla cupcake filled with a passionfruit pudding like filling. The cupcake is then topped off with colored vanilla icing and fondant Simba. Definitely an interesting combo for a cupcake, but worth a try! Photo credit: DisneyPhotoBlog.com
Disney Springs: Sprinkles
Quite possibly a cupcake lovers paradise! Head into Sprinkles cupcake shop at Disney Springs and chose from over 12 different delectable cupcakes. If the old fashioned way of going up to a counter and purchasing a cupcake isn’t appealing to you, try out their cupcake ATM.
Resorts: Chocolate Beer Cupcake at Captain Cook’s
Check out this interesting creation at Captain Cook’s at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, a chocolate cupcake with a noticeable beer taste is topped with white icing and chocolate covered pretzels. This particular cupcake may not be available all year long, so be sure to ask a cast member if you don’t see it.
Have you ever had one of these cupcakes? What is your favorite cupcake? Be sure to let us know in the comments section!