Almond Sweet Corn Cake from Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party – Geek Eats Disney Recipe

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The Almond Sweet Corn Cake is a dessert that is currently being offered at Peco’s Bill’s Tall Tall Inn and Cafe during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at the Magic Kingdom. This party takes place on select nights through October 31, 2022. This is a dessert that is sweet and has subtle corn flavors that pairs with its brown butter for a unique fall treat. It can be decorated with white chocolate and candy corn to make it even more festive!

This unique dessert can also be replicated at home. Disney has shared the recipe so that this magical dessert can be made from the comfort of one’s own kitchen. Keep this in mind though, it is not a quick recipe. The batter needs to rest for 8-12 hours so that the flavors and texture can develop. This recipe also is unique in that it calls for brown butter, which does take a little longer than simply melting butter. However, the darker color and the richer, nuttier flavor of the brown butter makes it worth the extra effort!

Below is the recipe for the Almond Sweet Corn Cake. Give it a shot and then share how it turned out in the comments below! Happy Halloween!

How did your Almond Sweet Corn Cake turn out? Did it bring the culinary magic of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party to life in your kitchen? Share your thoughts, opinions, and experiences in the comments below!

2 thoughts on “Almond Sweet Corn Cake from Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party – Geek Eats Disney Recipe”

  1. Claudia Sieverling

    Um..recipe appears to have an error. The ingredients list calls for egg whites and the instructions talk about egg yolks. Which is correct?

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