And what’s better than being able to get one of our favorite treats seasonally in the parks? Well, being able to have it without a park ticket, plane ticket, or park pass reservation! We took to our test kitchen to break down this recipe for you!
Have you been keeping up with our Roulé aux Fromage saga? Well, let’s catch you up!
A few days ago we found that one of our favorite bacon and cheese roll (aka the Roulé aux Fromage) had returned to Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie in the France Pavilion at EPCOT. And, while we were excited to reunite with the cheesy, bacon-y goodness, there was one thing lacking — the bacon. But, the Cast Members in the France Pavilion were watching and they RESPONDED with MORE bacon! So, we had to go over and check it out!
Sure, we’ve seen our share pumpkin cupcakes before, but this isn’t ANY old pumpkin cupcake. It’s a pumpkin cupcake that comes with a taste of creamy salted caramel delight. It’s a pumpkin cupcake we’ve been dreaming about since last fall. One Pumpkin Cupcake to Rule Them All. We’ve stalled long enough. Come look at the beauty, the glory, the grace of the salted caramel pumpkin cupcake from EPCOT.
Well over a year ago, Sunshine Seasons in Walt Disney World’s Epcot introduced the Flower Pot Cupcake, a peanut butter and jelly cupcake cupcake that was a great balance of style and substance. It was a guest favorite for sure!
And now, the Peanut Butter and Jelly Cupcake has been updated for the winter season (and lost its flower pot moniker). There are no real, edible flowers here, but it’s okay because SNOWMAN!
Check out the frosting grass and festive sprinkles, too. The cupcake itself is jumbo — definitely enough to share if you want. But we don’t think you’ll want to share because it’s also delicious!
Here at the DFB, we’re all about taking advantage of money-saving opportunities whenever possible, but we also love snacks, soooo… We’ve combined these two loves into one super tip that’s straight from the 2019 DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining!
That’s right: Snacks that are filling enough to be meals — which means saving some money or Disney Dining Plan credits! A Walt Disney World vacation budget often revolves around food: How much do we want to spend on meals each day? What’s the most we want to spend on snacks? Are we going to buy souvenir goodies to bring home?
If you’re on the DDP, you still have planning to do and questions to ask: If we want to try a Signature meal, how do we conserve entitlements to be sure we can cover it? If we’re on a Quick Service DDP, how can we stretch those credits to cover more meals?