Cookie’s ‘n “Cream” Chocolate Mousse from Sunshine Seasons

Currently in Epcot there are only a few Quick Service locations open. One of those is in the Land Pavilion, where you can find Soarin’, which is Sunshine Seasons.

Sunshine Seasons during normal circumstances was a great option for dining because they had a ton of options for everyone. This restaurant was set up more like a resort quick service with various stations offering different styles of food. Currently they have a very limited menu, and are utilizing mobile ordering.

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Right now the only vegan entree is a Whole Wheat Pita, which is full of jackfruit, veggies, and a vegan tzatziki. We didn’t get it during this trip as we were just on the hunt for dessert. We’ll save that review for another day.

For dessert here they have a Plant-based Cookies ‘n “Cream” Chocolate Mousse Cup. This is something you need to order on mobile order to get currently, as opposed to previously walking up to the dessert case and asking for one.

Plant-based Cookies ‘n “Cream” Chocolate Mousse Cup
Plant-based Cookies ‘n “Cream” Chocolate Mousse Cup

The chocolate mousse was pretty good, but a little too sweet for me personally. Corey really enjoyed this dessert but found the cookie crumble layer to be a bit dry if you got that on it’s own.

Plant-based Cookies ‘n “Cream” Chocolate Mousse Cup
Plant-based Cookies ‘n “Cream” Chocolate Mousse Cup

We expected it to be more of an Oreo flavor, but it was mostly just chocolate cookie and not cream. The texture of the mousse was spot on, very light and fluffy and creamy all at once.

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The Chocolate Mousse Cup comes with a lid on it, which is great if you want to grab a dessert on the go when heading back to your hotel.

Plant-based Cookies ‘n “Cream” Chocolate Mousse Cup
Plant-based Cookies ‘n “Cream” Chocolate Mousse Cup

It was a good portion and something I would share again, but I couldn’t eat that thing on my own.

Review from November 2020.
Price $

Author: Melissa

Back in 2014 I created Vegan Disney World after going to Walt Disney World several times and finding no resource for vegan options. Corey and I began this blog from our trips and have now moved closer to the mouse to eat around the parks on a weekly basis. Since the blog started we have cruised on Disney Cruise Line, gone to Tokyo Disneyland and to Disneyland in California!

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    1. We don’t put pricing on things as pricing changes often. But you can find up to date pricing on the Disney website when you pull up any menu.

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