Have you ever experienced the heavenly taste of the Brioche Ice Cream Sandwich at L’Artisan des Glaces in Epcot?
If not, then you’ll be happy to read this week’s Best Thing I Ever Ate article on this delicious sweet treat inside the Epcot France pavilion.
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Can I say OMG!
Where have I been for the past few theme park years?
Thanks to a couple of my friends for informing me about this wonderful mouthwatering experience at Epcot’s L’Artisian des Glaces.
And yes I said experience because it was so much more than an ice cream treat.
Croque Glace Brioche Ice Cream Sandwich
The Croque Glace is the type of foodie adventure you have to sit down, be quiet and just relish in the party that’s taking place on your palate.
Step 1 – Select a Flavor L’Artisan des Glace
My mouth, my taste buds, and every oral resident was having a major celebration. The combination of the creamy cold treat along with the warm croque melted so effortlessly together.
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Step 2 – Select a Topping
The flavors were so intense that every bite required an understood moment of silence from each theme park goer sharing the venture.
We all relished in what we were consuming, so much so that all other outside noises and distractions seemed to disappear.
3 – Watch the Magic Happen
Be sure to try out this delicious delight at L’Artisian des Glaces in the France Pavilion at Epcot. It’s definitely one of the best things I ever ate.
I ordered the Croque Glace with Hazelnut Ice-Cream and chocolate sauce. You can top it with chocolate or raspberry sauce and it costs $7.04.
Step 4 – Enjoy!
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About L’Artisan des Glaces (Epcot Food)
This charming French shop is the perfect stop on your tour around Epcot World Showcase. Here you’ll get to try a variety of ice creams and sorbet in a style unique to France.
You can find this quaint shop behind Chefs de France and across the wine shop in the area of this Disney theme park.
According to Disney, L’Artisan des Glaces currently does not accept the Disney Dining Plan. So, keep that in mind when making your plans to visit this location.
L’Artisan des Glaces Epcot Menu
Ice Cream & Sorbet
- Single Scoop: choice of Ice Cream or Sorbet in a Waffle Cone or Cup
- Double Scoop: choice of Ice Cream or Sorbet in a Waffle Cone or Cup
- Macaron: Chocolate or seasonal Macaron Ice Cream Sandwich
- Croque Glacé: 1 scoop with choice of Sauce in a Homemade Brioche, pressed warm
- Café Glacé: Ice Cappuccino with 1 scoop of Ice Cream and Whipped Cream
- Coupe du Dimanche: 2 scoops in a Homemade Waffle Bowl, Whipped Cream and Sauce
Artisan’s Specials – Alcoholic
- Ice Cream Martini: 2 Scoops, with a shot of Grand Marnier, Whipped Cream Vodka or Rum
L’Artisan Ice Cream & Sorbet Flavors
- Caramel Fleur de Sel Ice Cream
- Coffee Ice Cream
- Cinnamon with Caramelized Pecan Ice Cream
- Chocolate Ice Cream
- Cinnamon with Caramelized Apple and Crumble Crunch Ice Cream
- Coco-white Chocolate Ice Cream
- Mint-Chocolate Ice Cream
- Vanilla Ice Cream
- Milk Chocolate and Orange Ice Cream
- Lemon Sorbet
- Mango Sorbet
- Mixed Berry Sorbet
- Strawberry Sorbet
Final Thoughts on L’Artisan des Glaces
On your next trip around the world at Epcot, be sure to stop by L’Artisan des Glaces to try this incredibly tasty treat. The brioche bun with ice cream inside is something that I can’t even describe in words.
You just have to try it for yourself!
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Until next time, Happy Park Hopping Hipsters!
(Original Article Date: September 11, 2014/Updated November 21, 2019)