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Bakery Heaven...

Well the reason I bring this subject up is one of my supermarket chains are doing an American week,with lots of American bakery stuff..( apple crumble mixture..cheesecake mixture,key lime pie mixture..) You get the picture...I remember the first time I walked into Main Street bakery in MK first thing in the morning.The aromas wafted into my nostrils like a wisp of pixie dust...It soon became a tradition, then they killed it with my glorious cinnamon bun disappearing sad ..But I then discovered Boulangerie Pasterre in France at Epcot..OMG..That cake with fresh cream ouzing out and a strawberry filling.. clapping ..So here's my question..Where do you go for your bakery fix at WDW and what is your must eat.?..

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Well I can tell you for sure in a couple of weeks what I think, but I'm pretty excited to try Boardwalk Bakery! I do want to give the cinnamon roll at Gaston's Tavern a try too

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Boardwalk Bakery, pretty much any cupcake in there! awesome

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I've had a few tasty treats from Starring Rolls in Hollywood Studios!

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Ooh - Starring Rolls cupcakes. Main Street Bakery Cherry turnover with coffee. Boulangerie croissants.

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While I do also love the French bakery. The school bread in Norway is my new must eat.

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Although I've never been to the new Les Halles, only the boulangerie that preceded it, I'll go with that bakery. Because I love French bread and croissants more than cupcakes and pastry.

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We will be getting the lefse from the Norway pavilion....and of course will have to try school bread while we are there!

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It may be simple, but I LOVE a delicious rice krispie Mickey!

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We just tried the new croissant donut today at Epcot, it's at the Refreshment Port kiosk right by Canada. I was surprised at how delicious it was. It was really big too, like an XXL donut.

But for our usual pastry or sweet fix, we have several so it's hard to pick just one. We love to split a red velvet cupcake from starring rolls, HS. DH really likes the funnel cakes and I like the waffles from Sleepy Hollow in MK. Epcot has so many yummy choices. But our favorites are the Napoleon(which I think is the picture you posted) and the Duo au Chocolat from Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie.

But after today, the croissant donut made our list too.

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AnnielovesDisney wrote:
We just tried the new croissant donut today at Epcot, it's at the Refreshment Port kiosk right by Canada. I was surprised at how delicious it was. It was really big too, like an XXL donut.

But for our usual pastry or sweet fix, we have several so it's hard to pick just one. We love to split a red velvet cupcake from starring rolls, HS. DH really likes the funnel cakes and I like the waffles from Sleepy Hollow in MK. Epcot has so many yummy choices. But our favorites are the Napoleon(which I think is the picture you posted) and the Duo au Chocolat from Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie.

But after today, the croissant donut made our list too.

That croissant donut sounds awesome..Thanks...It's another item on my list..

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I don't really have any must haves for bakery on trips. After everyone on the forum talking about school bread I need to try it. I am also excited to try the croissant donut.

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For me, it is now the School Bread at Kringla. Not too sweet, just perfect.

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I don't really have any must haves for bakery on trips. After everyone on the forum talking about school bread I need to try it. I am also excited to try the croissant donut.

Totally agree with you..I have yet to try this school bread..It's also on my " must try " list...Gonna need an extra pair of elastic waist pants this year..LOL..

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Les Halles Boulangerie and Patisserie gets my vote. I had a croissant last trip and it was good. Nice and flaky, not stale, soft. Good stuff.

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DH had a chocolate croissant a year ago on choir tour and said it was wonderful. But I notice that when we order our desserts on the DP our family tends to go simplier. DH will take mango pie every time it's offered. DSs will often go for the ices (sherberts/gelato) but throw a Bailey's mousse or a Whisky cake in front of them, and whoosh...it's gone.

I just try to get a pic before it leave the plate. If it has a fruit to it I will usually go for it. awesome

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Starring Rolls! The red velvet cupcake is to die for!

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The chocolate eclair at Les Halles in France. We go there and take it bake to the room to eat.

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