It must be Christmas-time around Disney’s Resort Hotels.
With a little magic, and probably a lot of overtime hours by Disney pastry chefs, several of the resorts around Disney World have put up huge displays made from cookie fun.
Let’s take a look at two of these impressive cookie creations.
Grand Floridian Gingerbread House
This year marks the 15th anniversary of the unique gingerbread house at the Grand Floridian. As you might know, the gingerbread house is located in the impressive lobby of the resort and is the size of a real house. Actual real-life Disney Cast Members set up shop inside selling gingerbread cookies and other Christmas goodies.
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The house itself has great details all around. Check out the Christmas characters on the porches and the Disney characters who appear in the window casings.
Over at the Contemporary, you can find a humongous Christmas tree made of gingerbread. The tree is set against a backdrop that recalls the look and feel of It’s A Small World, complete with the colors and shapes that Disney Legend and artist Mary Blair designed into the feel of the world-famous attraction.
Each leaf on the tree is an individual cookie. You can purchase wrapped gingerbread cookies to eat as well as other special treats like Christmas sugar cookies and even a hidden Mickey cupcake. I have no idea how they created the Mickey Mouse shape from chocolate cake inside this vanilla cupcake, but I think it is pretty amazing!
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Win A Disney Trading Pin
Would you like to win the limited edition Disney trading pin that celebrates the gingerbread Christmas tree at Disney’s Contemporary Resort? It’s complete with Mickey Mouse and the infamous five-legged goat!
To win, just send an e-mail to me at [Contest is closed. Congratulations to the winner, Denise from Florida!]. I’ll add you to our mailing list (if you aren’t already on it) and enter you into the drawing. One lucky winner will get this Christmas Disney trading pin. I’ll select one recipient on or around December 12, 2013. I’ll request your mailing address and then send a prize to you. It’s that easy! This give-away is open to everyone, everywhere.
Do you like Disney’s gingerbread house and other gingerbread creations?