, we have gathered in Magic Kingdom eat PLENTY of wicked eats.
We smell cupcakes… The Amuck Cupcake has bubbled into the Main Street Bakery, ready to wreak havoc on your deliciously horrifying night.
The Trick or Treat Candy Cupcake is filled with caramel sauce and topped with chocolate buttercream icing, peanut butter chips, chocolate candy bits, toffee, a cake cauldron, and a Sanderson Sisters white chocolate decoration.
Why, why, WHY was there so much caramel in this cupcake?! Before we even took a bite of it, the bottom of the cake was already wet with the amount of filling. It started to fall apart immediately, just like Winifred when she lost her Spellbook.
Regardless of how messy the dessert was, we’re still thinking soothing thoughts because it was DELICIOUS. The chocolate buttercream and Trick or Treat Cake reminded us of a candy bar, complete with the peanut butter chips, chocolate candy bits, and toffee. (Snickers is quaking in its wrapper, tbh.) The chocolate cake cauldron on the top was rich with a little bit of crunch from the candy bits and the white chocolate piece.
Overall, we found it quite lovely, but very messy! We definitely recommend eating the Amuck Cupcake inside the cupcake liner so it doesn’t fall apart too quickly. You can grab it for $7.99 or a Disney Dining Plan snack credit at Main Street Bakery.
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