HAPPY SPRING!! It’s an EGGS-stra fun time to be in the Disney parks, especially since the season delivers lots of specialty snacks in spring shades of pinks, greens, blues, and purple. We’re hopping all over to bring you our reviews of the Easter treats, and sharing them ALL with you right here!
Just click any of the links below to find out more about these SPRING SNACKS!
And there’s LOTS more on the way! CLICK HERE to see the FULL LIST of all of the Easter treats coming to the Disney Parks here!
Walt Disney World Resort
Disney’s Animal Kingdom
Thumper Cupcake — Various Counter Service Locations
Bambi’s Thumper is the star of this carrot cake treat. The cupcake has caramel buttercream on top with LOADS of cute little spring sprinkles! ($5.99 at Creature Comforts, Restaurantosaurus, and Flame Tree Barbecue)
Boozy Bourbon Bunnies — The Ganachery
We were NOT expecting this one… What do you get when you mix a chocolate rabbit and bourbon?! A Boozy Bourbon Bunny! This treat is a chocolate bunny filled from the bottom to right below the ears with a bourbon chocolate drink. That drink is made in-house with chocolate, milk, cream, vanilla bean, bourbon and a pinch of salt. ($15.00, or $12.00 for a non-alcoholic version, at The Ganachery)
Rollin With the Peeps Donut — Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew
Meet the Rollin’ With The Peeps Donut (and yes, that’s a PEEP on it)! The donut is a yeast glazed donut dipped in vanilla frosting and topped with pastel candy decorations, green buttercream “grass,” a malted milk ball “Easter egg,” and a Peep. (Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew)
Bunny Mousse — Amorette’s Patisserie
The Bunny Mousse is carrot cake with coconut ice cream mousse and a caramel cream cheese center. For some extra springtime flair, there’s glittery grass and chocolate bunny feet — complete with a few Hidden Mickeys!($9.00 at Amorette’s Patisserie)
Disney World Confectionery Treats
Check the confectionery cases at spots like Candy Cauldron in Disney Springs, Zuri’s Sweets Shop in Animal Kingdom, Magic Kingdom’s Main Street Confectionery and more to see the classic confectionery snacks all dressed up for the season!
The Minnie Mouse Easter Egg Apple features pastel-colored icing decorations and sugar on the bottom, and it’s all topped off with a Minnie Mouse bow! You can pick it up for $10.99.
And it’s not a Disney Confectionery without classic CUPCAKES!! This particular cupcake pictured is the Easter Chocolate Cupcake topped with yellow, blue, and purple frosting with chocolate Mickey ears, pastel sprinkles, and a white chocolate Easter egg. ($5.19 at Disney World Confectioneries like Main Street Confectionery)
Disney World Resort Hotels
Disney’s Art of Animation Resort
We found the Easter EGGS-traordinaire Cupcake at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort! This Easter egg hunt as a cupcake is a Vanilla Cupcake with Lemon Filling, Vanilla Buttercream, Assorted Candy Eggs, Jellybeans, and Wildflower Quins. (Landscape of Flavors)
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort
Spring Greetings from Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort! Gasparilla Island Grill is serving up Easter treats for every BUNNY!
The Miniature Bunny Cake is a confetti cake covered with white vanilla frosting and decorated with colorful icing and fondant bunny ears. This cake has a face you can’t help but fall in love with. ($7.99 at Gasparilla Island Grill)
The Easter Egg Hunt Cupcake comes filled with marshmallow filling, topped with green buttercream, and garnished with jelly beans, Easter sprinkles, and a white chocolate “bunny butt.” ($5.99 at Gasparilla Island Grill)
Returning treats include the Mickey Whoopie Pie, which is wonderfully soft and filled with delicious buttercream.
And the Carrot Blondie Pop is back! A pleasantly chewy blondie is wrapped in a coating that’s reminiscent of an almond bark — there’s a little more going on there than simply white chocolate.
And The Grand Egg makes a GRAND return, too, chock full of MORE CANDY inside!
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
Don’t be fooled: the Easter Chocolate Cupcake, sounds a lot more boring than it is. Because LOOK AT IT. It’s got Three Blue Frosting Birds nestled in a Chocolate Frosting Nest. But it’s not just pretty, it’s also super tasty — because inside the chocolate cupcake is raspberry cream cheese mousse. ($5.99 at Capt. Cook’s)
And we had another beautiful cake to try — the Easter Bunny Chocolate Cake! This is a Chocolate Cake fashioned to look like the Easter Bunny with White Chocolate Ears. ($5.99 at Capt. Cook’s)
And we’ve got one more for you! Introducing the shimmering, shiny, beautiful Easter Marshmallow Soft Serve! This treat is made with pink marshmallow soft serve ice cream, topped with Easter sprinkles, and we got ours with glitter, too! ($4.99 at Pineapple Lanai)
Disney’s Pop Century Resort
Well, now! Check out The Tipsy Rabbit! This features Kahlua and Stoli Vanil in a Chocolate Milkshake. The adorableness comes from the chocolate sprinkles rim, whipped cream, and a Bunny Peep on top! This drink is exactly what it sounds like — a spiked chocolate milkshake! ($14.00 at The Drop-Off Pool Bar)
Disney’s Old Key West Resort
The Easter Cupcake is a Lemon Cupcake filled with Strawberry Filling topped with Buttercream and garnished with “decorative Easter touches.” But just WAIT until you see the INSIDE… ($5.99 and available through April 5th at Good’s Food to Go)
Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort
The colorful Easter Cake is beautifully layered with blue, yellow, and pink cake with green “grass” on top. It’s made of layers of Lemon Sponge Cake, Strawberry Buttercream, and Fresh Diced Strawberries. ($5.99 and available through April 5th at The Artist’s Palette)
Oh, and while you’re at Saratoga Springs… don’t forget to stop by the Carriage House to see the EGG-straordinary display of Chocolate Easter Eggs created by the Resort’s pastry chefs!
Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
The BoardWalk Bakery’s Easter Cupcake is a classic vanilla cupcake with lemon curd filling and vanilla buttercream on top. You’ll also get some candy crispies on the edge! ($5.99 at BoardWalk Bakery)
We also grabbed an Easter cookie while we were at the Bakery! It’s your everyday sugar cookie — shaped like an egg, of course — and iced with pastel designs. ($3.29 at BoardWalk Bakery)
And, should you find yourself happily strolling on Disney’s BoardWalk, you can enjoy seeing a display of Chocolate Easter Eggs by the pastry team at the BoardWalk Inn that are truly works of art!
Disney’s Riviera Resort
Le Petit Café always offers a wide selection of desserts and pastries for guests to enjoy. For Easter, the bakery case received a festive makeover! The case was filled with spring-inspired designs, like this seasonal cupcake with pastel-colored frosting.
There was also a lemon cheesecake decorated to look like a little bird’s nest.
And these profiteroles are decorated with some impressive gold and purple butterflies!
We chose the Milk-Chocolate Ganache Tart! It’s made with a graham cracker crust, soft chocolate mousse, milk chocolate ganache, salted caramel crisp pearls, and chantilly vanilla cream. In celebration of Easter, the tart is covered with decorative carrots all over the top and surprise mini fondant bunny ears peeking out! ($6.99 at Le Petit Cafe)
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
The Wilderness Lodge take on an Easter treat is a Key Lime Cupcake with a lime center. This cupcake also includes a Milk Chocolate Bunny on top, along with Jelly Beans, and White Chocolate Eggs. ($5.99 at Roaring Fork)
Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resorts
At the Beach Club, we tried the Easter Cookies n’ Cream Bonbons! These cuties are a set of four Oreo Bonbons filled with Oreo Mousse with an Oreo Base and sprayed in Chocolate! ($6.49 at Beach Club Marketplace)
Robin’s Egg Blueberry Macaroons come in a set of three large blue-speckled Macaroons. They are filled with a Blueberry Ganache as well as a Blueberry Jam, all sitting atop a Chocolate-crunch “Nest”. ($6.19 at Beach Club Marketplace)
The Easter Carrot Cupcake is a Carrot Cake Cupcake with Cream Cheese Icing decorated with Chocolate Ganache, Cookies n’ Cream Crumbs, Buttercream Icing, and Wildflower Quins. ($5.49 at Beach Club Marketplace)
Introducing the Easter Bunny Strawberry Cheesecake! This little guy is a Strawberry Cheesecake with a Lemon Crust and sprayed in Velvet White Chocolate. It’s then decorated with a Ruby Red Glitter Glaze and Fondant! ($5.99 at Beach Club Marketplace)
Oh, and THESE are Chocolate Easter Eggs you CAN’T eat… but be sure to stop by the lobbies of both the Yacht Club & Beach Club to see some truly stupendous Easter Eggs on display, presented by the Resort’s talented pastry chefs!
Resort Easter Baskets — Hotel Merchandise Shops
The Easter Bunny sure knows how to get to Walt Disney World! Guests can find Easter Baskets — pre-filled, or fill-your-own with items you’ve chosen in the shop — at the Resort merchandise locations.
Confectionery Classics — Trolley Treats and Marceline’s Confectionery
The iconic Handmade Fudge Easter Eggs are a Disneyland Resort tradition! They are typically made by Disney chefs at Candy Palace on Main Street, U.S.A., so we are THRILLED to see them available Trolley Treats this year. In the past, we’ve seen flavors like chocolate, peanut butter, vanilla-nut, and chocolate-nut. The egg we snagged this year was vanilla! ($9.99 at Trolley Treats)
The Bunny Krispy is back, too! It’s made of a rice krispie treat with white chocolate, and a marshmallow tail with coconut shavings on top. ($5.99)
Look for the Easter Minnie Apple and the Easter Chick Apple and Cake Pop ($5.49), too!
Stay tuned for MORE Easter treat reviews throughout the season!
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