Our visit to Wizarding World happened to fall on Eric’s birthday. Since I wasn’t able to make him a cake to celebrate, we decided we’d get something sweet inside the park. Our first stop was Honeyduke’s Sweetshop, where we picked up a cauldron cake to share. It was an incredibly delicious chocolate cupcake filled with chocolate mousse, and it even had a cute little chocolate handle. That, along with frozen butterbeer, was our breakfast. Hey, when in
Cauldron cakes were number two on my list of things from Wizarding World to recreate. Although I’ve seen many versions, many with candy and licorice, I wanted to stick with what I had at Wizarding World. After all, I’m not one to mess with something that tasty. I’m so happy that, flavor wise, these were spot on. The cupcakes are intensely chocolate, with both Dutch-process cocoa and bittersweet chocolate. Once you fill them with the light and fluffy mousse, you’ve got a seriously chocolatly dessert that anyone is sure to love.