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Fireworks Dessert Party Pt 2 The Desserts
The hostess took us to our table which displayed a reservation card with our name on it. She explained that the table was ours for the evening to enjoy our desserts. We were also told that when the fireworks began we could move further forward to the rail at the edge of the terrace. Her only request was that we did not move chairs to sit or to stand on due to due to health and safety restrictions.
Already those who had been in the queue before us were returning to their tables with plates piled high with their chosen goodies which encouraged us not to be shy and to go immediately and make our own selections - after all we could not take the risk that the food would run out! !
There were two identical stations which could be completely circumnavigated, ensuring very little hold up. The array of mouthwatering desserts that met our eyes had to be seen to be believed!
Huge trays of fresh fruit, melon, mango and pineapple (some of the sweetest we have ever had the pleasure to taste), individual desserts featuring vanilla creme brûlée, classic lemon cheesecake in individual glasses, tiny mango shots drunk through a thick straw and topped with cream and a white chocolate disc, huge strawberries covered in thick chocolate, tiny tarts with fruit or chocolate peanut butter filling, canolli, chocolate mousse and mini key lime pies. Firm favourites with the children were an assortment of cookies, including chocolate chip and M and M' s, and mini ring donuts. There was also asleep rate station serving vanilla ice cream to which you could add your own strawberry, caramel or chocolate topping with optional sprinkles. For those who were feeling particularly adventurous chocolate brownies were available to line your ice cream dish.
Soft drinks included in the price of the event were raspberry lemonade, iced tea and traditional lemonade. Hot coffee, regular or decaffeinated, and hot chocolate were also available.
We need not have worried about them running out of desserts as certainly for the first half of the evening the trays were replenished as required. Later on in the evening we noticed that some of the more popular items such as chocolate covered strawberries and mango shots, failed to reappear.
Whilst enjoying our mouthwatering selections we could see the spectro magic parade moving along Main St towards Cinderella' s Castle and this served to add to the whole ambience of the evening.
Throughout the event a Disney Photopass Photographer was on hand to take photographs of parties and individuals sharing this amazing dessert experience and as with all official Disney photographs these were added to your existing Photopass card (or a new one was created for you) to be viewed at a later time in the comfort of your own home.
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