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I will be following this thread with interest :)

I really want to try one of these.... Cake cups from Cheshire cafe in M.K . I think there's four different ones , these are the white rabbit and queen of hearts.
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Ok one of my favorites that not everyone has tried is the Maple Creme Brulee at Le Cellier. They used to do a split plate that had regular creme brulee too but the Maple was best so they just do that now. Here is a photo of mine another Epcot fave is the apfel strudel in Germany and we have to get it every time even if we don't eat in Germany - found this photo online

Has anyone had either of these? They are from the cheshire cafe in MK and I really hope they are still there when we go but I highly doubt it.

http://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2014/03/14/review-white-chocolate-rab...

White Chocolate Rabbit and Queen of Hearts Strawberry Shortcake Cake Cups

They look delish (just saw Michelle's link to them) and so pretty too.

How funny - Michelle must have posted while I was posting. There are alot of very scrapbook page worthy treats lately!

That was exactly my thought when I saw the cake cups Susan, yes they look delish but Oh my what a fantastic photo opp/scrapbook page.

The Fried Apple Burrito

So I have not had one of these, because they are apparently only available in the fall at the Big Thunder Ranch Halloween Carnival at Disneyland. but the food blog I read about these on says:

"Reminiscent of the old school McDonald’s fried apple pies (you know, before they healthy’d em up and started baking them), this super yummy Fried Apple Burrito is basically an apple pie chimichanga. 

For $6.00 you will be served a piping hot, crispy, generously portioned tube of fried apple awesomeness.

The inside is loaded with a hot apple pie center; lots of soft apple chunks mixed with a tiny bit of holiday spice.  Trust me when I say you will not regret the purchase of this situation. SO good."


Desserts and snacks... A topic dear to me - LOL!

The Apple streudel from Germany is one of our favorites too. But you can get a better version of it at the F&W Festival - they drizzle Werthers caramel over it. Yummy.

Another F&W favorite of mine is the Baileys custard/cake thing at the Ireland booth. Super decadent and rich... I'm not ashamed to say I ate three of them. Ok, maybe a little ashamed...

Ice cream from the new place in France is really good. You can get a scoop of any flavor plus either chocolate or raspberry sauce pressed in a warm brioche... So good.

I'm sure I'll think of more later.

That apple burrito sounds amazing!

This is my all-time favorite. The chocolate covered caramel with sea salt at Karamell-Kuche at Epcot Germany:

I also love the red velvet cupcake.

That strudel looks so good!

Sadly, I did try these because I LOVE apple burritos from the apple festival near my home town.  They are delicious!

But the apple burritos from the BTR Jamboree were absolutly horrible.  They were nothing like the old McDonald's apple pies.  So bad I threw it away after a few bites. It was not crispy.  It was greasy and soggy and it was so incredibly disappointing.  Unlike the blog reviewer, I did regret spending the $6.

Nancy Burke said:

The Fried Apple Burrito

So I have not had one of these, because they are apparently only available in the fall at the Big Thunder Ranch Halloween Carnival at Disneyland. but the food blog I read about these on says:

"Reminiscent of the old school McDonald’s fried apple pies (you know, before they healthy’d em up and started baking them), this super yummy Fried Apple Burrito is basically an apple pie chimichanga. 

For $6.00 you will be served a piping hot, crispy, generously portioned tube of fried apple awesomeness.

The inside is loaded with a hot apple pie center; lots of soft apple chunks mixed with a tiny bit of holiday spice.  Trust me when I say you will not regret the purchase of this situation. SO good."


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