Desserts in Epcot [suggestions?]
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I'll add a vote for the Strudel in Germany. I will also caution that the School Bread in Norway is very very sweet. I like my sweets and I couldn't eat it. I don't think I've actually had many other desserts at EPCOT!! Mmm, definitely need to change that next trip!!!
Kaki gori in Japan and do try the red bean ice cream in ? as it is not so bad.
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Norway - Rice Cream
France - chocolate mousse
Japan - kaki gori
China - red bean ice cream
America - America Dream Slushie
Germany - just about anything from Karamel Kuuch (however you spell it!)
Italy - gelato
Mexico - churros
Morocco - baklava
UK - some candy from the gift shop
The only 2 desserts I have had from Epcot were the Churros from Mexico and the Napoleon from France, but they were on 2 separate trips. Those countries are so close together I can't imagine trying to eat a dessert in each country on the same day.
Oh and I forgot the Cloudberry Horn (pastry) in Norway.
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I have a great Epcot dessert passport that I got ......from a Disigner....PM me,if you want the link....it's adorable.....I also have one for "drinking around the world" and a "candy hunt" in the countries in Epcot