Yesterday we tried some of the entrees at Landscape of Flavors at the Art of Animation resort. Be sure to check it out if you missed it! As promised, we’re looking at some of the desserts today. Many of the desserts can be found in coolers or the bakery case. There are also stands in the area with other prepackaged treats.
The Cheesecake Bites cost $4.99 and come 4 to a pack. The flavors are Key Lime, Classic, Strawberry, and Marble.
They also have a larger Strawberry Cheesecake for $3.99.
The Mickey Fruit Tart is one of the least expensive of the desserts at $3.49.
There are two full size cupcakes available – the Macaroon Cupcake and the Mickey Oreo Cupcake, both of which cost $3.99.
Along with a Kid’s Pack featuring Goldfish Crackers, string cheese, fruit, Yogurt, and a dessert, a more grown up version called “Sweet & Savory” was available. The Sweet & Savory pack features cheese, fruit, bread, and chocolate covered strawberries. I believe these ran about $5.99 each.
This Mickey Ganache is $3.49.
The pack of four Cupcake Mini Bites is also $3.99.
I’m not sure what this is nor the price, but it looks like it could be a no-bake cookie bar underneath all that sugary candy on top.
And finally the gelato, which is $4.49 for a relatively small cup.
But you can get toppings!
I picked up two desserts, the first being the Macaroon Cupcake.
The macaroons themselves were very light, sweet, and crumbled a bit as I tried to remove them from the frosting.
The “crisp pearls” were interesting. They look almost like Nerds candy, but have a light candy coating with a crispy interior. I’d never had them before.
Unlike the Lemon Ginger Cupcake I tried last December, this one didn’t have any surprise filling. It was yellow cake all the way through.
The cake was very light and airy and quite good. It went well with the vanilla frosting.
The cheesecakes were a bit of a disappointment. The Key Lime didn’t have any lime flavor and tasted like standard cheesecake. The Traditional was bland. The Marble tasted strongly of just chocolate. The Strawberry had a very sweet, fake Strawberry flavor. Of the four, despite tasting fake, Strawberry was the best, and that’s not saying much. I wouldn’t buy these again.
That wraps up our dessert tour art Landscape of Flavors. Is there anything you saw that are looking forward to trying?