Reviews of Sprinkles
The world's first cupcake bakery, as named by Food Network and others, serves up handcrafted cupcakes, slow churned ice cream and homemade cookies.
Also has a self-service ATM outside.
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Reviewer: mawdryn Review Date: 07/14/2016
Rating: (8) Would Recommend:
My family of 6 stopped in on July 1st to pick up a few cupcakes for dessert. The cupcakes were amazing, but the ordering part seemed a bit off...We had to wait outside (in the rain), because the store only lets about 10 people in at a time. At least this is how it was when we visited. I thought this was very strange, as the store's capacity is much higher...
Reviewer: Annern1970 Review Date: 08/03/2016
Rating: (6) Would Recommend:
We got takeout from here while exploring Disney Springs so we could have a sweet treat later in the evening. The cupcakes themselves were very good, but the frosting was extremely sweet. I normally like sweets but it was even too sweet for me.
I also didn't like the ordering system. You order, then you have to wait for your number to be called. With a lot of people milling around waiting for their number, it got a bit crowded in the store and there aren't a lot of places to sit and wait.
Cons:ordering process, price
Reviewer: snovak Review Date: 11/12/2016
Rating: (5) Would Recommend:
I was very anxious to try the cupcakes here and stopped in Oct. 29th. Disappointed ! The cupcakes were good, but nothing special...cupcakes at other locations are decorated so cute that you feel it's worth the price, these were very plain with very sweet frosting. I also tried the salted oatmeal cookie, which looked wonderful, but it had so much salt on it that it overpowered the flavor and tasted almost bitter...I couldn't eat it. I'm glad I tried Sprinkles but it's not somewhere I would need to visit each time I come to Disney.
Pros:Plenty of outside seating
Reviewer: feenie20 Review Date: 10/09/2017
Rating: (6) Would Recommend:
I think I like the idea of Sprinkles more than the reality. Their cupcakes are expensive, but they do have fun flavor combinations. We tried the pumpkin spice one as well as the chocolate marshmallow on this trip.
The pumpkin spice was average, but the chocolate marshmallow was really tasty.
If I decide to go again, I would use the cupcake ATM. It is SO much faster than going into the store. We had to wait in line to order, then wait almost 10 minutes after ordering for them to box our cupcakes. As we were leaving, one of our friends decided to try the ATM, and had his cupcake in a few seconds.
Cons:long line, slow service
Reviewer: Susan Kowalski Review Date: 09/26/2018
Rating: (3) Would Recommend:
I was at Disney Springs and excited to come here for the first time, but unfortunately I was not impressed once I got there. They have lots of really cool flavors, but other than that, they are just normal cupcakes I could make at home. They are much smaller than I expected and don't have the special decorations or frosting that I would expect for the price.
If you are walking by and are in the mood for an unusually flavored cupcake, stop in. Otherwise, I would recommend getting a Disney themed cupcake at a Disney bakery.
Cons:Very small cupcakes; very pricey
Reviewer: survivoramy Review Date: 10/01/2018
Rating: (7) Would Recommend:
Where else can you order from a cupcake ATM? We have done just that several times and we normally eat them in the rocking chairs over by the welcome center. I love the banana one the most. We have one in our party who can't have sugar and she really like the sugar free Red Velvet offering. We have gone inside as well and one of my girls loves the cupcake shake offering. Often times this is our snack stop for an evening at Disney Springs.