The 2019 Annual Chocolate Easter Egg Display is out at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort

Every year Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort has an “eggstravigent” chocolate Easter egg display and displays brilliant handcrafted eggs depicting Disney, Pixar, Marvel, and Star Wars movies. This will be the 8th year they have put on the event and every year we marvel at the detail of each egg. If you have a chance to stop by and see it, you must! The displays will be up for viewing until April 28th, 2019. If you’re not able to we have all the photos here:

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The seasonal display features hand-decorated Easter Eggs produced by Disney’s pastry chefs. Chefs will use chocolate, frosting, and other edible materials to create these delectable delights.

 

 

Take a live look at the egg display here:

 

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One thought on “The 2019 Annual Chocolate Easter Egg Display is out at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort

  1. My son, Chef Parker Freeman, made the egg with all the flowers and the orange butterfly on it!! It is featured in the first picture, to the left of the pink egg.

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