If you’re planning a visit to Disney Springs at Walt Disney World during the month of April 2022, here are some bits of news that could make your visit more delicious from Amorette’s Patisserie, The Ganachery, Gideon’s Bakehouse, and Morimoto Asia.
Amorette’s is known for it’s edible creations, and this Easter is no different. From April 14 to April 17, enjoy these seasonal desserts:
- Carrot Cake Easter Trifle, featuring layers of carrot cake, cream cheese mousse, carrot cake crouton, and malted Easter eggs
- Easter-Themed Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries
Celebrate Easter chocolate-style with these creations through April 17:
- Boozy Bourbon Bunnies: These creamy, milk-chocolate bunnies are filled to order with a house-made, bourbon-infused chocolate drink—or with an alcohol-free chocolate drink to delight guests of all ages. Make sure you choose wisely.
- Bunny Minnie Piñata: Enjoy a milk chocolate Minnie Mouse piñata decorated with bunny ears and filled with colorful, white-chocolate-layered eggs. This dessert even comes with a wooden mallet so you can smash it open!
Gideon’s is going coconuts for their April flavor of the month in both cookie and cakes.
This month’s limited edition cookie is the Toasted Coconut Caramel featuring their classic Chocolate Chip cookie as a base. They then mix that vanilla bean dough with their homemade Salted Caramel and Coconut Cream, and top the finished cookie with shaved Toasted Coconut.
Gideon’s Coconut Cream Cake is not to be missed either. This three-layer Vanilla Cake features ribbons of homemade Salted Caramel between the layers, is covered in generous portions of flavorful Coconut Cream Buttercream inside and out, and Toasted Coconut on the outside. It’s only available on weekends during the month.
Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto invites guests at Walt Disney World to celebrate National Ramen Noodle Day on April 4 at Morimoto Asia.
He recommends his signature Tonkotsu Ramen, featuring wheat noodles, roasted pork, wood ear mushroom, pickled ginger and soy marinated egg in a rich pork bone broth, and his Sapporo Spicy Miso Ramen, featuring thick temomi noodles, roasted duck, chashu pork belly, beansprout, sesame, scallions and soy marinated egg in a pork bone broth.
Which of these delicious treats do you want to try first? Let us know in the comments.