We’re seeing all kinds of cute treats pop up around Disney World for Easter!
So far, we’ve tried a delicious cupcake and an Easter Minnie caramel apple, along with several other tasty treats! And we’re also taking part in some fun Easter traditions, like the EPCOT Easter Egg Hunt. We’ll keep trying all of Disney’s Easter goodies so you know which ones are the best, and we just tried two more at Disney’s Beach Club Resort!
Over at the Beach Club Marketplace in Disney’s Beach Club Resort, we picked up some new Easter treats! We tried the Robin’s Egg Blueberry Macarons and a Minnie Chocolate Easter Egg, and they were both super yummy. The Robin’s Egg Blueberry Macarons were $6.49, and included 3 vanilla macarons with blueberry filling in a nest of milk chocolate krispies, and the Minnie Mouse Easter Egg was a giant milk chocolate egg for $23.99!
Let’s start with the macarons! These were absolutely delicious, and we could eat the chocolate krispies all day. Everything tasted so fresh, and the balance between the crunchy vanilla cookie and the blueberry filling was perfect!
The macarons were nice and light while still packing great fruit flavor. These were one of our favorite macarons we’ve tried in Disney World!
Now on to the Minnie Easter Egg! This giant egg was made out of milk chocolate with fondant details and red candy coating. The chocolate was super yummy, and the Florida heat made it a little melty, which we actually really liked!
The chocolate itself was super rich and didn’t taste artificial at all. We didn’t like the fondant and candy coating as much, but there was so much chocolate in this egg that we didn’t really mind too much. The only downside to this treat is that it’s $24, which is pretty pricey even though it is gorgeous.
But if you’re a big fan of all things chocolate, you should definitely check out this giant chocolate egg! That’s all for these Easter treats, but stay tuned to DFB for all of the latest Disney snack updates.
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Have you tried either of these Easter treats? Let us know in the comments!