What restaurant has "Build your own cupcake?"

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  1. stone0990

    stone0990 Mouseketeer

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    I remember seeing a dining review that children were brought a cupcake and several toppings and were aloud to decorate it at the table?

    I have a 2 yr old and 4 yr old who would "LOVE" this!

    Thanks again!

    Ali
     
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  3. taekwondo mom

    taekwondo mom DIS Veteran

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    Epcot: Garden Grill
     
  4. lillygator

    lillygator DIS Veteran

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    does anywhere else offer this?
     
  5. kimisabella

    kimisabella <font color=red>I wonder if he/she is coming on th

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    They had something similiar to that at Chef Mickeys. The kids got a cupcake, they told the cm which frosting they wanted, and toppings. That was a couple of years ago, at dinner.
     
  6. matt&jakesmom

    matt&jakesmom DIS Veteran

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    I believe they still do that at Chef Mickey's and Goofy helps the kids. My DS's have done it in the past and enjoyed it. :)
     
  7. Lotus3323

    Lotus3323 Earning My Ears

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    There is a Wonderland Tea Party at the Grand Floridian for ages 4-10. No adults! You drop the kid(s) off and return to pick them up. They ineract with the Mad Hatter and Alice who tell stories. They decorate cupcakes, drink 'tea' (realy apple juice) and eat ham'n cheese sandwiches and chicken nuggets. M-F 1:30 - 2:30 PM
     
  8. Lotus3323

    Lotus3323 Earning My Ears

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    There is a Wonderland Tea Party at the Grand Floridian for ages 4-10. No adults! You drop the kid(s) off and return to pick them up. They interact with the Mad Hatter and Alice who tell stories. They decorate cupcakes, drink 'tea' (really apple juice) and eat ham 'n cheese sandwiches and chicken nuggets. M-F 1:30 - 2:30 PM
     
  9. mikymouse

    mikymouse <font color=limegreen>Who is Tim and what was his

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    Our kids did the "build your own Sundae" at the Coral Reef and they loved it! They were especially happy that you could eat everything including the big chocolate decoration.
     
  10. elgerber

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    They had this at Chef Mickeys in Dec. of 2000, but they have not had it there the last 4 trips since then.
     

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