This is one of the cheaper specialty desserts offered. The title doesn’t give much a description, but it was literally a dark chocolate Mickey-shaped “cup” with a brownie on the bottom and some grayish cookies ‘n’ cream fluff on the top.
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It’s a cute dessert of chocolate on chocolate. The birthday Mickey topper is white chocolate and available on a few other desserts throughout the park. The star sprinkles are a fun, colorful addition.
For only $5.49, this is a fairly big dessert and it is very rich and I wouldn’t be able to finish it myself. There is a brownie on the bottom coated in chocolate. Even after letting this sit out for 15 minutes, the brownie was still super hard and difficult to cut through. They keep these in the fridge case, so I’m not sure how much longer this would need to be left out for the brownie to soften up without the dark chocolate “cup” melting.
The cookies ‘n’ cream flavored gray fluff under the topper was good. Sugary, but enjoyable. If you are looking for chocolate, then head towards this dessert and hopefully your brownie will be a bit more edible than ours.