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Less than Spectacular Disney Artistic Chocolate Eggs Display Returns to The Grand Floridian

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Less than Spectacular Disney Artistic Chocolate Eggs Display Returns to The Grand Floridian
Less than Spectacular Disney Artistic Chocolate Eggs Display Returns to The Grand Floridian

Less than Spectacular Disney Artistic Chocolate Eggs Display Returns to The Grand Floridian. Springtime means the return of The Grand Cottage, Flower & Garden Festival, and of course, the pollen covering all our cars in a weird green coating. At Disney’s Grand Floridian, it means the return of the amazing Easter Egg display put on every year. Created by the culinary team of cast members who do such a great job.

We wanted to share some of our favorites of 2024 with you. We haven’t shown you everything that is there because we truly feel you need to come and see it for yourself.

While this year’s display and egg art are wonderful, the whole thing left us underwhelmed. The colors and displays from last year are missing. Instead, it just looks like the eggs were placed with no thought of theming, or added touches that Disney is known for. There are also a lot fewer eggs than in the past years. If I could sum it up, the display feels lazy. None of the eggs have the trimming of colors from last year. The vibrant Spring feel is missing.

This does not mean the eggs themselves don’t look and smell amazing.

Less than Spectacular Disney Artistic Chocolate Eggs Display Returns to The Grand Floridian
Less than Spectacular Disney Artistic Chocolate Eggs Display Returns to The Grand Floridian

Related: Spring has Sprung Early at Disney’s Grand Floridian as the Grand Cottage Opens

One of the best parts about the spring at Walt Disney World Resort is the incredible delights our culinary teams whip up, especially for holidays like Easter. This year is no different because, once again, select Disney Resort Hotels will be transformed with dazzling Easter egg displays and delicious treats alike. These spectacular displays are hand-painted and designed by the talented pastry chefs who put months of dedication and talent into bringing these creations to life.

Less than Spectacular Disney Artistic Chocolate Eggs Display Returns to The Grand Floridian
Less than Spectacular Disney Artistic Chocolate Eggs Display Returns to The Grand Floridian

Let’s kick things off with a trip over to the Seven Seas Lagoon, where the pastry team at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa has been hard at work creating Easter egg displays for you. This can’t-miss tradition is a staple of the Easter season at the resort and showcases the artistry and talent of these cast members.

Each has a unique theme and story that the culinary cast member brings to life with their own creative touch. I’ve put together some of my favorite eggs from years past so you can get an idea of what you can experience this year! But there are plenty of new ones coming inspired by cherished characters, stories, and treats, like Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, Disney Animation’s “Beauty and the Beast,” and Disney snacks. With so many new creations, it’s worth a revisit if you’ve seen them before.

Less than Spectacular Disney Artistic Chocolate Eggs Display Returns to The Grand Floridian
Less than Spectacular Disney Artistic Chocolate Eggs Display Returns to The Grand Floridian

Less than Spectacular Disney Artistic Chocolate Eggs Display Returns to The Grand Floridian

Greg Gatelyhttp://TheFUNaticsBlog.com
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