Mermaid Cupcake – My Review

I sampled the new Mermaid cupcake which is available from the Main Street Bakery at Magic Kingdom (it debuted on June 5th).

It is a vanilla cupcake full of sprinkles of colour, topped with a sea foam green butter cream, crispy pearls and a Mermaid tail sugar cookie.

It costs $5.99 and looks awesome. The sugar cookie and butter cream are the best part of this cupcake. The cupcake is moist but I much prefer the Millennial Pink cupcake at Epcot (read my review)

I give it 10 out of 10 for looks and 8 out of 10 for taste.

Emma x


Millennial Pink cupcake – My Review

So Millennial Pink seems to be the next big thing at Disney, although Rose Gold is still up there!

When I went in Fountain view aka Starbucks, for my daily treat, I stumbled across the millennial Pink Cupcake – it was Super Cute, so I decided I must try it.

It is a vanilla cupcake filled with Straw­berry pastry cream and topped with vanilla butter cream, with pink sprinkles and fondant Minnie ears.

This cupcake has been out Since April (2018) so I do not know how much longer it will be around.

The Cupcake was super moist and the butter cream and fondant were very tasty. I would definitely get this again. I give it 10 out of 10!

Have you tried the Millennial Pink cupcake from Epcot? What do you think?

Emma ×

EPCOT Food & Wine Festival


Last time we went to Walt Disney World we were lucky enough to be there for the last 10 days of the Food and Wine Festival at EPCOT.

The Food & Wine Festival is an annual food festival, last year it began at the end of August and ran all the way through to November 13th.  Booths are set up around the park and feature food and drink from many different countries around the world.  Admission is included in your normal park admission, although there are some activities which require booking and additional costs.

When you enter the park be sure to pick up your park map and food passport so you can tick off the food and drinks you try.

There were more than 35 different places to explore, as well as Food & Wine Festival merchandise, including lots of Figment!

Take part in Remy’s Ratatouille Hide & Squeak Scavenger hunt, find 15 little Remy statuettes hidden throughout the park, match ingredient stickers to your map and once completed return for a surprise!

Top tip: purchase a Disney Food & Wine Festival Gift card and load it up with $$$ to spend around the world!  It is so much easier than using cash, or credit, plus it helps you to budget…the $$$ can soon add up as you go from booth to booth.

We managed to sample food and drink at about thirteen booths.  There were some definite favourites and some misses!  Here are just a few photos 🙂

Have you been to the Food & Wine Festival?  What is your favourite?

Emma x