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Old 08-27-2012, 09:50 PM   #16
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The chocolate-bananna creme brûlée at Kona is pretty darn good.

As simple as it is, I rather like the dark "Mickey" chocolate bars!

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Old 08-27-2012, 09:56 PM   #17
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Molten Valrhona cake at the Cali Grill

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All of this sounds so good. I can't go a day without chocolate, so I'll be trying a few of these suggestions. Still considering the dessert buffet in the MK.
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Old 01-13-2013, 11:25 PM   #19
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Chocolate, sorry just steer as far away from the American stuff as possible. Most European choc will beat it without even trying. start at Cadbury in UK pavilion and work your way up from there. Apart from the USA stuff, the only way can be up from cadbury.
This I agree with. When I moved from the UK to the States I quickly discovered that Cadbury in the US is disgusting as is most other chocolate.
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Old 01-14-2013, 12:32 AM   #20
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I just heard about the dark chocolate salted bars on another thread and added them to our list. They sound devine.

I also like the different cadbury bars they have in the Tea shop at United Kingdom. My favorite is the honey comb chocolate bar called the Crunchie.
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Old 01-14-2013, 01:21 AM   #21
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Brownie Paw (has also been called Paw Print Brownie) at Kusafari in AK.
Hot fudge brownie sundae at Storybook Treats in MK.
Chocolate-covered marsmallows on a stick (at Goofy's Cadny Co. in Downtown Disney, and other places--at Goofy's, you can get all sorts of chocolate-covered treats, including Rice Krispy Treats, pretzel rods, and cookies)
And, of course, a chocolate-dipped Mickey-shaped Rice Krispie Treat!
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I'm a confessed chocoholic. Ice cream, cake, brownies, fudge, pie, chocolate bars………doesn’t matter. I LOVE chocolate! Two of my favorite places at WDW are Ghirardelli and Beaches and Cream but I want to experience as much good chocolate as I can. So tell me…………..what is your favorite chocolate in WDW??
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I have 2.....
#1 is the Valrhona Chocolate Cake at California Grill - perfection!
#2 is the chocolate cake at Main Street Bakery.
Unfortunately, Main Street Bakery is now closed for refurb and CG will be closing for their refurb soon. Thursday night our waitress said CG will be closed about 6 months and will re-open as CG. I had heard mention that they were changing it, but I don't think that's correct.
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Old 01-14-2013, 09:05 AM   #24
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The Chocolate valrhano cake at the California grill is devine! My personal favorite. Had it 3 times so it has been consistently good for me.
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The brownies at The Mara, Animal Kingdom Lodge's quick service restaurant, are the best brownies in all of Disney World!! When I inquired about them, I was told that they use imported cocoa from Africa.
Not only are they the most delicious, but the paw print made with confectionary sugar is such a cute touch.
I really enjoyed this brownie, I prefer my brownies to be very chewy with a heavy sweet chocolate taste and have chocolate ganache on top. This brownie did not have a chocolate ganache but it was chewy and had a pleasing chocolate flavor. I give it a thumps up!
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I went to the Mara to try the paw print brownie and was told it had been replaced the week before. That was mid-February. It had been replaced with a candy bar brownie but I didn't try it. I was too sad about the paw print one!
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Chocolate souffle at V&A.

Their Tanzanian chocolate timbale is incredible, too.
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Does a Mickey Bar count?!?
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Old 03-18-2013, 06:10 PM   #29
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Ghiradelli !!!
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Old 03-18-2013, 07:25 PM   #30
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[I always get a PB&J shake at PTC. Decisions, decisions![/QUOTE]

a few years ago we ordered a pb&j shake in the lounge at 50sPTC and asked them to put chocolate syrup in it. it was delicious! presuming they still have chocolate syrup around, i bet they'd do it for you.

i loved the vahlrona chocolate cake at cali grill, but who knows if it will still be there when the restaurant reopens.
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