One treat we can’t seem to resist any time we’re in the World is a good, (not so) old-fashioned Mickey Cake Pop.
These adorable treats are a ton of tasty fun! Their outsides are a sleek combo of milk chocolate shell and white chocolate drizzle. The chocolate is present but not overpowering. And that shell is soft while still having a little snap.
The inside is a moist and sweet cake. The texture here is definitely more crumbly truffle than slice of cake — same as a traditional cake pop. We always think that someone who likes their desserts a little underdone (think gooey cookies and brownies) will love a cake pop.
The cake pops often come in a variety of flavors — vanilla, chocolate, and red velvet. And those ears are marshmallow!!
Perhaps the best thing about the Mickey Cake Pop (aside from its deliciousness, convenience, and availability just about anywhere desserty grub can be found — like the Main Street Confectionery, Goofy’s Candy Company, the Boardwalk Merchandise Store, etc.) is that the Mickey Cake Pop is so. darn. photogenic.
Cake pops of all designs can be found everywhere in the World, and guests eat ‘em up because they’re a perfectly sized treat that satisfies the sweet tooth (and whatever the tooth is that means we get to eat anything we want when we’re on vacation).
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