Monday, September 26, 2011

Beach Club Sweets

Today's cupcakes will be brought to you by:


The Beach Club!

Most days after work, I'm too tired to do anything other than go home, get off my feet, eat, and watch some mindless television.  But some evenings (especially when I know I have the next day off!), I feel up for a little more walking and a little Disney adventure.

Tonight was one of those evenings, and after work I drove over to the old B.C.


Did you know they replaced the furniture somewhat recently??  I love those elegant little couches.  I sat writing letters for an hour or so.


I think those funky chairs used to be upholstered in pink.  I like the blue too - it's just fun to notice the little changes around the World!

So tonight is going to be a two-for-one cupcake Monday, because while I only bought one cupcake, there was another cute one I thought I'd share:

 

Don't you love it when they do special snacks for the holidays?  The beach club has these special Halloween treats - little pumpkin Donald mugs, each filled with a mini cupcake!


At about $6 a pop it seemed a little pricey considering I didn't love the mug (and you couldn't buy just the cupcake.  I asked, lol.), but those little witch faces on top were cute!

Instead I adjourned to the refrigerated case:


 After some deliberation I decided to go with...


RED VELVET.  Ohhhh yeah.


I love the way they swirled the icing so prettily!


At first I could not figure out for the life of me what the little red squares were supposed to say.  "Each Clu"...what could that mean??  Then it dawned on me: they're printed with the words "Yacht and Beach Club Resorts," only some of the letters get cut off.  Still, cute!


Freshly-baked cupcakes (like the Monday ones I've posted about so far) run about $4 including tax at Disney.  The nice thing about cupcakes from the cases like this red velvet one is that, while not quite as fresh, they cost more like $2.50, which is really a steal for a nice big cupcake, especially at Disney!


It was rainy out around Crescent Lake tonight.  Perfect cupcake weather - makes you want to grab a cup of tea and a good book too!


I couldn't resist a quick walk to enjoy the raindrops and admire the evening.  The sky was so pretty, it colored the lake in dreamy pinks and purples.


It was a lovely little sojourn to the B.C...definitely worth the extra walking!

2 comments:

  1. Ahhh, a hot mug of tea and a moist Disney cupcake sounds heavenly!

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  2. beautiful pics! I am a new follower! I hope you have a Magical day

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