You can find this little treat at the Trolley Car Cafe on Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood Studios.
They didn’t even have a sign for it in the case. It’s $5.49, if you were wondering.
It’s not terribly exciting to look at on the outside. It does come in a cute little cardboard sleeve, though, to give it a bit of color.
The top certainly smells like Butterfingers.
Peeling back the wrapper shows off the chocolate cupcake base.
After much effort, (plastic utensils are basically useless), I was able to cut into the top and split this baby open. I was surprised and delighted by the inside. The Butterfinger layer is only the shell on top, with a buttercream frosting making up the bulk of the dome. Inside the cake is a caramel sauce of some sort. It was pretty runny, and I could have done with a bit more, to be honest.
How was the flavor? Well, for something touting itself as “peanut butter”, it really didn’t taste much like peanut butter. If you eat the candy shell on its own, it’s definitely Butterfinger. Combined with the chocolate cake and the massive blob of buttercream icing, however, the peanut butter disappears. The crunch from the candy shell is a nice addition to the softness of the rest of the concoction, in my opinion.
Is it worth your $5.49? Honestly, I think so. It’s not bad. Just don’t go in expecting tremendous amounts of peanut butter, or you’ll be disappointed. If you acknowledge that’s is just a good chocolate cupcake with a candy topping, then you’ll enjoy it even more.