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Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort 2019 Chocolate Easter Egg Display Includes “Coco”, “Dumbo”, “Mary Poppins” Themes

Hi everyone!

Disney’s Grand Floridian has its annual chocolate Easter Egg Display up! As always, the eggs are mostly 16-20 inches high and weigh 9-12 pounds. What is new this year is that Pastry Chef Kristine Farmer is at the helm after Master Pastry Chef Erich Herbitschek retired last year. She put her own stamp on Disney’s Grand Floridian Gingerbread House this year and there are and will be some changes to the egg display this year. First, it is up for a full 4 weeks as opposed to between 2 and 3 weeks. Second, the new eggs are completely up front and the returning eggs are elsewhere in the lobby. And Disney’s Grand Floridian will be selling Easter treats unlike in the past (at the concierge desk nearby). That was supposed to start on the first day of the display but they were unable to. As soon as we find out that the treats are being sold, we will add that to the article.

There is a wide variety of new eggs this year, which include 101 Dalmatians, Dumbo, Mary Poppins Returns and the Epcot ride Grand Fiesta Tour represented. We have been sharing the displays since the first year in 2012! In the 15 years prior to that, the eggs were made for restaurant display only.

Here is our video of all the eggs and then photos.

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Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort is one of my favorites at Walt Disney World, and it is always nice to stop by for a new display!

Here is the information about the Easter Egg display for 2019.

While we were there, Pastry Chef Kristine Farmer and the pastry team gathered for photos near the eggs.

I always enjoy seeing the new eggs, the pastry team is very creative!

There are a few non-Disney eggs, including this beautiful Starry Night (Van Gogh) egg.

Of all the eggs, one of my personal favorites is the Coco egg.

Dante is painted on the egg.

There is an offrenda on the back.

Here is a closer look.

Miguel and Hector.

Mamá Coco.

The Claw with Toy Story Aliens.

Close up on the aliens.

The 101 Dalmations watching the Kanine Krunchies commercial.

The bottom is a Kanine Krunchies box.

Most eggs have decorated backs. This is the back of the 101 Dalmatians egg.

Te Fiti is on this egg.

Lewis Carroll’s “Through the Looking Glass” in egg form.

On the back, Humpty Dumpty can’t be put back together.

Here is another side of the egg.

Cheshire Cat is nearby.

The Gran Fiesta Tour Starring the Three Cabelleros (from Epcot) is the theme of this egg.

Jose and Panchito are inside.

It is harder to photograph the sides, but you can see scenes from The Gran Fiesta Tour.

Here is another side.

And the back.

There is a princess themed egg. Cinderella’s slipper and a Tangled lantern are on the front.

Snow White’s apple, the lamp for Jasmine, some shells and such all tell the story.

There is an Atlantis egg.

Here is a look at how eggs are displayed.

This egg does a really nice job with the live-action Dumbo film.

Timothy Mouse as he looks in the new film is here.

The Up house with balloons.

Here is a look at the house.

Russell can be seen in the window.

Lilo and Stitch is the theme of this egg.

There are a variety of characters on the egg, some on the sides so a little harder to get.

The Frog Prince. This is really a very interesting egg to me with so much texture.

Here is the back of the egg.

I am starting with the back of this egg, not that it matters back or front – one side is Mary Poppins and the other Mary Poppins Returns.

A penguin from Mary Poppins is here.

There is a spoon and other items from the original film.

The other side is the animated sequence from the new film. Check out all the details at the bottom of the egg.

The shareholder certificate is on this side as is the rubber duck.

These are eggs that have been here in other years. Many are from last year. I am not spending as much time on them because they’ve been featured here before.

BB-8, Fox and the Hound, Pinocchio and more are here.

This egg has been here for several years, Lady and the Tramp. The egg sits in a bowl of spaghetti.

The Aristocats.

On the other side of the lobby are more eggs.

The Wizard of Oz debuted last year.

Aladdin and Jasmine, Tangled, Beauty and the Beast and more are represented.

The Nightmare Before Christmas.

There is someone who works on the pastry team who makes exquisite animals. This elephant has been here previously and is gorgeous.

Stop by and check out this beautiful display if you have a chance! And we will be sharing the treats soon, they went out today while I was typing this up.