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The flowers were in abundance during this springtime festival. Not only were floral arrangements planted all over Epcot in some way, shape or form. But flower sculptures of many of the most famous Disney characters were all over the park.
Honestly, I couldn’t escape the flowers. Thus, the themed name of this festival. It was spectacular, gorgeous and downright breathtaking what was accomplished with flowers this spring there.
I have never been lucky enough to get to be in Walt Disney World or Epcot during the spring. So, I was mesmerized. I took so many pictures.
When I returned home to NY, flowers were finally also blooming here. However, nothing quite as grand as what I experienced in Epcot. But then again, Disney has a way of outdoing it no matter what they do.
Disney Flower Dreaming!
That said, I was missing Disney. Plus, I was also missing the flowers, especially the sunflowers from Epcot.
Plus, we all know about my sweet tooth as this admission is no secret here. Therefore, I couldn’t resist conjuring up a Sunflower Cupcakes treat to try to get over my Disney and Epcot Flower & Garden Festival hangover.
Trust me; these cupcakes are just what I needed to help get me over my sadness after the trip was over. I used small terra pots to hold the Sunflower Cupcakes.
Plus, these Sunflower Cupcakes were made with pre-made vanilla cupcakes. Moreover, they were decorated with store-bought Yellow Funfetti Frosting for the yellow flower look. Plus, chocolate sprinkles are in the middle of the cake for the brown pistil.
Who doesn’t love Funfetti Icing and chocolate sprinkles??
Want to make these cupcakes yourself now?
Then, scroll down for the simple, step-by-step recipe tutorial.
Sunflower Cupcakes Recipe Tutorial
There you have it the perfect way to make Sunflower Cupcakes that are inspired by Epcot’s Flower & Garden Festival.