Best chocolate you've had at WDW

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  1. dnsmills

    dnsmills Disney Obsessed

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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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  3. Pakey

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    Chocolate souffle at V&A.
     
  4. MouseMomx2

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    Dark chocolate salted caramel square at Karmael Kuche in Germany. It is a square of caramel, covered in dark chocolate and sprinkled with sea salt. It is heavenly!
     
  5. Mini Sorcerer's Mom

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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.
     
  6. jparc

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    Second vote for this!!! Love them.:littleangel:
     
  7. cranleys

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    The chocolate cake at Main Street Bakery in MK. Sooooo good!
     
  8. Itinkso

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    Does a Mickey Bar count?!?:mickeybar
     
  9. CindyIsMyFave

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    Third vote for chocolate salted caramel in Germany. But I have to say also that the chocolate mousse at France's bakery is heavenly.
     
  10. EPCOT is a verb

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    Absolutely the best.
     
  11. PosadaGirl519

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    Splurge! Call the bakery and order a personalized chocolate chocolate cake. This was unlike any other chocolate cake I've ever had!!! It's chocolate cake x Disney!!!
     
  12. Lumiere Lover

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    The Chocolate malt at 50's Prime Time was the best I ever had in my life!!!
     
  13. dnsmills

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    This is DEFINITELY going on my list. Mmmmmm!

    But of course. Mickey bar is always a must-have snack at WDW.

    I always get a PB&J shake at PTC. Decisions, decisions!
     
  14. eeyorefan74

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    Caramel fudge at Karamel Kuche in Germany. I'll have to try the dark chocolate salted one next time.
     
  15. consumermonkey

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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.
     
  16. kristy07keith

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    I am so excited to try this. We are stay at AKL in a few weeks!
     
  17. thej

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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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    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.
     
  20. fairyprincess88

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    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.
     
  21. vcgirl925

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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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