REVIEW: “Frozen 2” Bruni Chocolate Cupcake is the Cutest New Dessert at EPCOT

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If you’ve been following along with all the new Frozen 2 themed desserts, then you’ll know there has been more than just a flurry of treats. We stopped by EPCOT this morning to meet Anna and Elsa in their new outfits and worked up quite an appetite, so of course we needed to stop and try the new Bruni cupcake.

The latest cupcake to arrive at EPCOT features Bruni, the adorable salamander from the new film. This is clearly one of the cutest cupcakes to hit the parks.

This cupcake is perfect for chocolate lovers. The base is chocolate cake topped by chocolate buttercream. It’s also got chocolate shavings, pink and purple buttercream, and a white chocolate Bruni for decoration.

Inside the cake, there’s a glob of chocolate mousse. It looks very similar to the frosting on top, but the flavor and texture is much different. The inside is a very thick and rich chocolate taste. The center is very powerful, but the buttercream on top has a very light and creamy milk chocolate flavor. We really fell in love with the frosting on top of this decadent cupcake. The cake was dense and chocolatey, which made this a triple chocolate delight. Honestly, the simple and delicious flavors will make this a favorite with everyone.

The white chocolate Bruni was not just cute, but delicious. We almost didn’t want to eat him, but we’re glad we did. The white chocolate had a slight crispy crunch to it that we enjoyed. We really had no complaints about this one.

Chocolate and Bruni make for a perfect combination, and you can find this cupcake in the bakery case at Kringla Bakeri OG Kafe in the Norway Pavilion for $5.99. There are a few other new Frozen 2 treats at Kringla Bakeri OG Kafe if chocolate isn’t your thing. Will you be making your way to EPCOT for the latest Frozen 2 cupcake?

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Tom Corless

Tom has been regularly visiting the Walt Disney World® Resort from the time he was 4 months old. While he has made countless visits in the last 28 years, he did not become a truly active member in the Disney fan community until the summer of 2007, when he decided to launch the WDW News Today website and podcast. Tom has since become an Orlando-local and is a published author on Walt Disney World.
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