The recently refurbished Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe inside the Norway pavilion at Epcot is serving up Troll Horns once again. These little goodies have a “crispy sugar-coated pastry shell filled with cloudberry jam and whipped cream.”
At Magic Kingdom, stop by the Main Street Bakery for an orange-scented Castle Cupcake “filled with gold and silver crispy pearls then topped with Champagne buttercream and a chocolate castle piece.”
Aristocrêpes has a new offering – Edible Cookie Dough. Available flavors include Chocolate Chip, Vegan Brownie Batter, and a seasonal variety that will change periodically throughout the year. The cookie dough can be ordered individually or in a flight with a taste of each flavor. Additionally, Maple Bacon Edible Cookie Dough is available at B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co.
Beaches and Cream has added a few new milkshakes to their menu – a “Chocolate Brownie Milk Shake (a chocolate milkshake topped with an ooey-gooey brownie, whipped cream, and chocolate shavings), the Mickey Confetti Milk Shake (a vanilla milkshake topped with whipped cream, rainbow sprinkles, and a rainbow confetti cupcake), or the Strawberry Minnie Milk Shake (a strawberry milkshake topped with raspberry sauce, whipped cream, and a chocolate-strawberry Minnie cupcake).” Each of these milkshakes is served in a souvenir cup.
Lastly, a new Merida Cupcake has made its way to Disney’s All-Star Music Resort. This chocolate cupcake is “filled with gold crispy pearls and topped with vanilla buttercream and a chocolate arrow. You can find it at Intermission Food Court.”
Source: Disney Parks Blog