Basic Disney Cake Photos – Disney Travel Babble

While some of the Deluxe Resort bakeries can turn out elaborate, fondant-covered cakes, most locations on property offer only simple chocolate or vanilla cakes. Pictured below are examples of the basic cakes you can get just about anywhere at Walt Disney World ( Epcot’s France, China, Morocco, Mexico, Japan and Italy Pavilions, as well as Coronado Springs Resort, are the exceptions). Mickey Mouse Celebration Cakes

Any Disney-owned and -operated table-service restaurant or any Deluxe Resort with Private Dining. This means that in Epcot the cakes are only available in the Canada, UK, America, Germany and Norway pavilions, plus Future World. It also means you can’t get one at Be Our Guest Restaurant at lunchtime because there is no table service at that time.

They say these are available only at Cinderella’s Royal Table, but you can also get the slipper at resorts serviced by the Contemporary Resort and Grand Floridian pastry teams (for a higher price). At Cinderella’s Royal Table you can choose from a white or dark chocolate slipper or a white chocolate crown; all are accompanied by a small chocolate cake with chocolate mousse filling and chocolate ganache icing. Price is $15 plus tax, and you can choose from a “Happy Birthday,” “Happy Anniversary,” or “Congratulations” chocolate piece. To order for Cinderella’s Royal Table, email WDW.Magic.Kingdom.

Chocolate mix (organic evaporated cane juice, sweet brown rice flour, tapioca flour, Dutch cocoa, arrowroot flour, rice milk powder, baking soda, salt, cream of tartar and xanthan gum), vegetable oil, water, egg replacer (potato starch, tapioca starch flour, leavening [calcium lactate (not derived from dairy), calcium carbonate, citric acid], sodium carboxymethylcellulose, methylcellulose); chocolate icing (shortening [palm oil], 10X sugar [sugar, cornstarch], Dutch cocoa [cocoa powder, alkali], vanilla extract [vanilla bean extractives in water, alcohol (35%) and sugar], rice milk [filtered water, brown rice (partially milled), expeller-pressed high oleic safflower oil and/or sunflower oil and/or canola oil, sea salt), baking powder (monocalcium phosphate, bicarbonate of soda, cornstach).

Vanilla cake mix (evaporated cane juice, sweet rice flour, tapioca flour, arrowroot flour, rice milk powder, baking soda, cream of tartar, salt, ground vanilla bean and xanthan gum), vanilla icing (shortening [palm oil], 10X sugar [sugar, cornstarch], vanilla extract [vanilla bean extractives in water, alcohol (35%) and sugar], rice milk (filtered water, brown rice [partially milled], expeller-pressed high oleic safflower oil and/or sunflower oil and/or canola oil, sea salt), water, canola oil, egg replacer (potato starch, tapioca starch flour, leavening [calcium lactate (not derived from dairy), calcium carbonate, citric acid], apple sauce (apples, water, erythorbic acid), baking powder (monocalcium phosphate, bicarbonate of soda, cornstach).

Hi Dusty! Thank you for your service to our country! What a sweet idea for your wife. Supposedly they can now put cakes in the rooms before you arrive as long as you have pre-checked-in online. All-Stars are a little tricky, though, because they don’t have a Private Dining Department. So getting a cake delivered to your room can sometimes take a long game of phone tag: First, trying to get someone to call you back so you can place an order, then waiting for them to relay all your info to BoardWalk Bakery (unfortunately, you can’t order directly from BWB for delivery to the All-Stars), then finding out the price and arranging delivery. If you can’t get a call back after leaving multiple messages, sometimes you have to call the main number for the resort, explain what you’re trying to do, and hope you’ve gotten a CM who is persistent enough to help you track down the right person. Which is all to say, it might be easier if you had the cake delivered to a restaurant serviced by a Deluxe resort like the Contemporary or the Grand Floridian. You can find ordering info here: