I have heard that the seaweed is always greener in somebody else's lake. Well, the seaweed is also extremely green and colorful at Landscape of Flavors, Art of Animation's food court...
That whole wall of windows is painted with coral and seaweed, framing the view of the Big Blue Pool beyond - love it!
Of course the rest of Landscape of Flavors is quite nice too. Just as the resort is divided up into Cars, Finding Nemo, Little Mermaid, and the Lion King; so too does the food court have a section for each of those movies. The one above is the Lion King section.
But you know why we're here...it's MONDAY, and that means it's time to continue our weekly Walt Disney World dessert/cupcake survey!
Landscape of Flavors has quite an impressive array of treats. Above you see the strawberry cheesecake, as well as an assortment of mini cheesecakes (I really want to get back to try those one day!).
A cute Mickey Mouse brownie...
My mama tried these mini chocolate-covered rice krispie treats. They look so cute, but apparently the taste was pretty standard, nothing stellar.
The main mouse is very present in the dessertage at AoA. He is also atop a cupcake! I'd read about this cupcake on the DIS, and as it's just vanilla cake with vanilla icing (no filling) I decided to skip it. With those oreo ears you'd expect some chocolate! The macaroon cupcake that AoA often offers wasn't out that day.
This food court seems to have embraced the cupcake trend! There were mini gluten free "babycakes" cupcakes as well.
These were the cupcakes I ended up trying - four miniature cupcakes!
Obviously I couldn't wait, even for a picture, to dig in! The chocolate cupcake (which is mostly demolished) was the tastiest - the icing was really rich. The others were all enjoyable, but nothing stellar. The flavors were chocolate, red velvet, vanilla, and carrot cake.
It was fun to have a bite-sized cupcake, though, and also fun to get to try four different flavors!