But we just found another new confection that’s celebrating Disney World’s 50th in a BIG way. Head into EPCOT with us to check out the new treat!
We headed to the San Angel Inn to check out the giant dessert, meant to serve up to four!
The treat is called the 50th Anniversary Dessert. It’s a chocolate pyramid that’s been decorated with EARidescent pastel colors and a big “50” logo.
Inside the pyramid, you’ll find Mexican chocolate mousse and toffee, and it’s all sitting on top of a traditional tres leches cake, with four scoops of caramel-covered ice cream at the corners.
There’s even a little decoration sticking out the top for the celebration! And the pastel colors are reminiscent of the colors we’ve seen all over the parks, including on Spaceship Earth’s Beacon of Light transformation.
Can you see the resemblance?
A word of warning: the chocolate pyramid is actually kind of hard to get into. You really have to hit it hard to get through the chocolate layer and to the mousse and toffee inside!
We’re not kidding — it took us a full minute to get through the chocolate and to the delicious mousse inside!
The new Chocolate Pyramid at San Angel Inn in EPCOT will really make you work for that chocolate 🍫 pic.twitter.com/xqT3iDwo6X
— AllEars.Net (@AllEarsNet) October 7, 2021
Would you try the new 50th Anniversary Dessert in the Mexico pavilion? Let us know in the comments!