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Easter Treats and Eats at Walt Disney World Resort

Rachel Bshero

by , Food & Beverage Marketing Communications Coordinator

Spring is in the air in Central Florida, and special Easter eats are hopping into restaurants across Walt Disney World Resort. From sweet treats to stunning displays, there’s a perfect way for everyone to celebrate Easter with some “bunny” special.

Easter Treats and Eats at Walt Disney World Resort

The famous chocolate egg displays are back at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa and Disney’s Contemporary Resort. Beautiful chocolate eggs are sculpted, painted and ornately decorated by the talented pastry teams at each resort. Be sure to check out the displays before they disappear on April 29, just taking in sights and smells is a treat in itself.

Easter Treats and Eats at Walt Disney World Resort

While you’re at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, be sure to visit Contempo Café, where they have two specialty cupcakes. A Carrot Cake Cupcake with white chocolate filling and cream cheese buttercream frosting, garnished with toasted coconut and carrot powder will be available until April 29. On April 16, a special Easter cupcake will also be available; coconut cake is filled with chocolate cream before being topped with banana buttercream frosting, white chocolate shavings and jelly beans.

Easter Treats from The Ganachery at Disney Springs Easter Treats from The Ganachery at Disney Springs

If you’re looking to fill an Easter basket, be sure to stop at The Ganachery at Disney Springs! With four flavors of foil-wrapped eggs, a salted caramel bunny pop and adorable milk and dark chocolate Easter bunnies, you’ll find all the chocolate treats you need to assemble a decadent Easter basket.

Specialty Easter Cupcake at Epcot

Hop on over to Epcot, you’ll find two specialty cupcakes. Fountain View has a chocolate cupcake with marshmallow filing, buttercream frosting bunny feet and a tail. And at Sunshine Seasons, a chocolate chip cupcake is filled with chocolate-caramel mousse, topped with buttercream, crushed chocolate cookies and jelly beans.

Specialty Easter Cupcake at Magic Kingdom Park

At Main Street Bakery in Magic Kingdom Park, you’ll find a special vanilla cupcake with vanilla buttercream, topped with an “Easter bonnet” sugar cookie sandwich, filled with jam, coated in white chocolate.

Over at the BoardWalk (just a hop, skip and a jump away from Epcot), BoardWalk Bakery will offer adorable pink or blue bunny macarons from April 7 to 16.

Across Walt Disney World Resort, you will also find special Easter breakfast and brunch buffets including Boma – Flavors of Africa at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, Cape May Cafe and Disney’s Beach Club Resort, Captain’s Grille at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, The Wave…of American Flavors at Disney’s Contemporary Resort and Trail’s End Restaurant.

Have a very “hoppy” Easter!