If you have a Disney sweet tooth and you’re going to be in Disney Springs this December, then you’re about to be one happy camper! The Disney Parks Blog has announced that the popular cake-decorating class found at Amorette’s Patisserie is back on the menu!
Amorette’s Patisserie Cake Decorating Experience is coming back for dessert enthusiasts and Disney Springs Guests to enjoy! This cake decorating class lasts for 90 minutes, so about an hour and a half — and, according to the Disney Parks Blog, “you will create your very own edible work of art in a small group setting”.
The focus of this class will be the decoration of “a classic Mickey Mouse Dome Cake”, as seen in the images shown here. As you can see, this is a Mickey Mouse cake that the iconic Disney mouse himself will be proud of!
Amorette’s Patisserie Cast Members will apparently “guide you through the decorating process from pouring glaçage to placing Mickey’s iconic ears, all while sharing tips and some behind-the-scenes stories about Amorette’s Patisserie.” And yes — you get to take your cake home and enjoy showing it off before you eat it!
This class also involves the opportunity to enter the Disney Springs patisserie before it actually opens for business, which means you’ll get to feel like a real Cast Member on the scene.
You’ll also have the opportunity to grab more of your favorite desserts (such as Mickey Mousse) from the shelves before other Disney Springs customers arrive!
This cake-decorating class costs $199 plus tax, and no more than two Disney Springs Guests can decorate one cake at a time. You will also be given plenty of beverages to enjoy while you decorate, including alcoholic drinks for anyone who is the appropriate age!
If this class sounds like your kind of Disney magic, then make a reservation here starting on November 14!
Are you excited about this cake-decorating Disney Springs offering? Do you prefer Disney Springs to Walt Disney World Resort locations like the Magic Kingdom Park, Animal Kingdom Park, Hollywood Studios theme park, and EPCOT theme park?