So, I’m strolling through Landscape of Flavors at Disney’s Art of Animation during my recent Walt Disney World trip. I can never pass up a visit here!
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Now, remember when I told you about the shockingly yummo Strawberry Cheesecake at Electric Umbrella? It’s part of the “dessert in a cup” genre of counter service desserts you’ll find throughout the parks. But it’s actually pretty good.
AND…do you remember when I told you about the Frozen Cheesecake on a Stick in Disneyland? Just when I didn’t think they could make cheesecake any more interesting or delicious, they popped it on a stick and gave it the deep freeze — perfect for a stroll-and-eat treat.
Well…Walt Disney World has obviously gotten the memo. Because check out what I just found!
Frozen Chocolate Covered Strawberry Cheesecake on a Mickey Straw
Yep — you guessed it — they’ve taken the Strawberry Cheesecake, popped it out of the cup, and made something altogether new. It’s Frozen Strawberry Cheesecake, Dipped in Chocolate, and served on a Mickey Swirly Straw.
So there are a few positives about this. It’s cheesecake. It’s frozen. It’s fruity and chocolatey. And when you’ve finished eating it, you’ve still got this swell straw!
While that straw isn’t really strong enough for you to walk around, eating your grown-up frozen treat like a lollipop, it’s just a bonus that it’s there. And you know that you can use it in your lemonade later.
As for the treat itself, I have definitely fallen in love with the consistency of frozen cheesecake. It’s not hard to bite into at all (thank you, copious amounts of butterfat).
While that cheesecake-in-a-cup dessert is a great backup plan at Epcot, this frozen version is leaps and bounds better, elevating the snack to “seek it out” status!
Will the Frozen Chocolate Covered Strawberry Cheesecake on a Mickey Straw make your must-have list? Leave a comment and tell us your thoughts!