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While some of the Deluxe Resort bakeries can turn out elaborate, fondant-covered cakes, most locations on property offer only simple chocolate or vanilla cakes. Pictured below are examples of the basic cakes you can get just about anywhere at Walt Disney World (Epcot’s France, China, Morocco, Mexico, Japan and Italy Pavilions, as well as Coronado Springs Resort, are the exceptions).
Mickey Mouse Celebration Cakes
Where can I get one?
Any Disney-owned and -operated table-service restaurant or any Deluxe Resort with Private Dining. This means that in Epcot the cakes are only available in the Canada, UK, America, Germany and Norway pavilions, plus Future World. It also means you can’t get one at Be Our Guest Restaurant at lunchtime because there is no table service at that time.
How much are they?
$35 plus tax and gratuity (if applicable)
How many people do they feed?
4 to 6 people.
Which flavors are available?
All-chocolate or all-white-chocolate only.
What’s inside the cake?
Probably this (sponge cake, mousse and ganache):
Are they allergy-friendly?
No. The cakes contain gluten and milk, and they are produced in a facility that contains peanuts and tree nuts. Disney refers most allergy-friendly cake requests to Erin McKenna’s Bakery at Downtown Disney. See Post # 1 for more information.
Can I get a message written on them?
Only “Happy Birthday” or “Congratulations” are available; they write it on the chocolate ears.
How do I order one?
Call 1-407-WDW-DINE or inquire in person at a Walt Disney World Resort concierge desk or restaurant podium.
How far in advance do I have to order?
Day-of quantities are limited, so make arrangements prior to dining. 72–48 hours ahead is a good idea.
Do I have to pay in advance?
Not if you have a confirmed dining reservation.
Other Basic Cakes
Note that the designs pictured below are specific to cakes made by the Contemporary Resort, which also services Fort Wilderness and Wilderness Lodge. The decorations on standard cakes ordered elsewhere at Walt Disney World may vary (although the Mickey Mouse cake looks the same everywhere).
Chocolate Slipper and Crown Desserts
They say these are available only at Cinderella’s Royal Table, but you can also get the slipper at resorts serviced by the Contemporary Resort and Grand Floridian pastry teams (for a higher price). At Cinderella’s Royal Table you can choose from a white or dark chocolate slipper or a white chocolate crown; all are accompanied by a small chocolate cake with chocolate mousse filling and chocolate ganache icing. Price is $15 plus tax, and you can choose from a “Happy Birthday,” “Happy Anniversary,” or “Congratulations” chocolate piece. To order for Cinderella’s Royal Table, email WDW.Magic.Kingdom.