Our Favorite Food This Week: Tinker Bell Ice Cream Cone
Location: Storybook Treats – Fantasyland – Magic Kingdom
Price: $ 5.29
Welcome to Favorite Food Friday where we share our favorite foods. This week we headed to Storybook Treats at Disney’s Magic Kingdom. As cold air sweeps across the country, let’s check out something even colder – the Tinker Bell Ice Cream Cone. Start off with a standard cone, but make it green. Add a halo of green cotton candy. Some white chocolate wings and lime flavored ice cream. Then sprinkle it all with edible pixie dust. I give you the Tinker Bell Ice Cream Cone! Overall a refreshing treat, but you really have to love sour lime. I mean really love it. I’m more a sweet treat guy, so the sourness was fun at first but didn’t satisfy my sweet tooth. If you are a sour lime fan, be our guest and give it a try!
Did You Know This Weeks’s Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia about the number of butterflies in Tinker Bell’s Butterfly House?
The Flower and Garden Festival at Epcot is now in full swing. The park is covered with amazing floral displays and topiaries. One of our favorite spots that seems to be missed by many at the festival is the Tinker Bell’s Butterfly House. Check your maps on the next trip and make sure you walk through the house. As you explore, count up the butterflies you see….
How many butterflies are living in the Butterfly House?
The answer is C, ~1000 native butterflies which represent around 10 species take up residence at Tinker Bell’s Butterfly House. Depending on the time of day you visit you may see more of them active, if you don’t see many flying take a close look at the plants to find them hiding. In the garden there are many different types of nectar plants for them to hide and feed off of including Butterfly Bush, Blazing Star, Canna Lily, Cape Royal Plumbago, Coral Honeysuckle, Passion Flower, and Scarlet Milkweed.
How many butterflies did you count? What is your favorite part of the Flower and Garden Festival?