Another Annual Disney World Treat is BACK (But You Can’t Eat It)!

Easter season is upon us at Walt Disney World!

Happy Easter!

Whether you’re planning to snack your way through the holiday at Disney or would rather carry around one of the new fancy Mickey balloons (or both), one of the most beloved ways to celebrate at Disney World involves chocolate. But, this chocolate isn’t for eating!

Over at Disney’s Beach Club Resort, the bakery team is showing off their massive egg baking skills! Located in the center of the hotel lobby, you’ll find three decorated Easter eggs featuring Disney characters! One is themed after Disney’s The Fox and the Hound and has the duo prancing around the forest…

Fox and the Hound Egg

…another features Dumbo showing off his balancing act for the circus…

Dumbo Egg

…and the third continues the Beach Club’s tradition and is themed after Disney’s The Little Mermaid. One side of the egg has all the intricate details from the “Kiss the Girl” scene in the movie. You can spot Sebastian and Flounder setting the mood for Ariel and Prince Eric.

The Little Mermaid Egg

And, the other side of the egg features Ursula holding Ariel’s voice in her globe with her sidekicks Flotsam and Jetsam.

The Little Mermaid Egg

All of these GIANT eggs are made out of real chocolate! Pretty cool! And, if you’d prefer to eat a chocolate egg, you can pick up an equally large egg to go in the Beach Club Marketplace. There are two limited edition chocolate eggs that are handmade dark chocolate hollow eggs created by the talented Yacht & Beach Club Bakery Team. You can pick up a Mickey egg…

Mickey Chocolate Egg

…or a Minnie egg!

Minnie Chocolate Egg

The edible eggs are only available while supplies last so head on over to the Beach Club to see some chocolate and eat it too! Stay tuned for more Disney news and updates!

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