Frozen yogurt

I went to the local Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt last night for pineapple soft serve. Getting it reminds me of Dole Whip at Disneyland, but little did I know that Menchie’s would complete my Disney experience with their epic display board. They’ve leveraged Disney’s Frozen to advertise their yogurt complete with quotes, snowflake ornaments, and lights. In other words, they just became my favorite frozen yogurt place for life.

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Sometimes I forget that Winnie the Pooh is part of Disney’s pantheon. The character all stuffed with fluff is cute, and these glassware designs by Nendo for Walt Disney Japan emphasizes that. The basic cup and bottle come with different silicone lids that feature Winnie the Pooh sticking his head in a jar of honey and floating away on a balloon. I’d love to buy the entire glassware collection!

See more images of the glasses after the break.

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One lucky five-year-old recently got a birthday cake inspired by Disney’s Frozen. Cake Central member motowifey created the dessert, and I love the icy blue colors. She sculpted Elsa, Anna, and Olaf to go with the cake, and if you can believe it, this was the first time she’d ever done figure modeling. That’s impressive.

See a couple of detail shots after the break.

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disney frozen cocktails

Are you sick of Frozen yet? To bad because Disney Tokyo has concocted a line of inspired cocktails that are available at the Disney Ambassador and Tokyo Disneyland hotels any time between now and August 31st.

According to Rocket News:

  • Olaf is made from fresh pineapple, pineapple syrup, passion fruit syrup, and coconut syrup.
  • Anna is a blend of peach nectar, strawberry syrup, blue syrup, blueberry sauce, Calpis water and pink coloring.
  • Elsa is a cool blue mix of grapefruit juice, lemon juice, blue syrup, and gum syrup.

I’m also betting you can ask a bartender to add a little alcohol as a premium. Just make sure you don’t get your Anna mixed up with your kid’s Elsa or your trip to Disney is going to get a little crazy.

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Aladdin fans will definitely dig this decadent cake, which was crafted by Art Cake. On the front there’s Aladdin, Jasmine the Genie and more, as well as the bazaar and the palace. On the back of the cake is the real kicker though: Art Cake recreated the Cave of Wonders, and it’s super impressive!

Check out the back of the cake after the break…

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Yeah, that pic made me do a double-take too. Eddie Lebeau and Richard Amon of Tattooed Bakers in London crafted this custom cake of Angelina Jolie’s character from Maleficent for a diehard Disney fan. The baking duo mentioned that they wanted the red velvet cake to be gory looking, and I think they definitely accomplished that task. The cake might be creepy, but it sure does look delicious!

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Disney movies feature some pretty fantastic and memorable female villains. Mother Gothel, Ursula, the Evil Queen – the list goes on and on. The talented of Ant of Nerdache Cakes recently made a whole set of cookies based on the villains, and she used a cool papercraft technique with fondant. She built them layer by layer and airbrushed the finished products. They look incredible.

Check out more shots of the edible art after the break.

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This beautiful Snow White cake was created by Dalia Portas of La Fata delle Torte who has done some incredible work on the characters. The castle is beautiful, but it’s the Wicked Queen and Snow White who steal the show with faces so perfectly painted they look like they’ve come right out of the movie.

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