Disney’s BoardWalk Resort is again offering a gingerbread display that features its BoardWalk Bakery, along with the ESPN Club, Flying Fish, Trattoria al Forno and more! Through the years, the resort has usually offered a gingerbread display but it has had a number of different forms. It is nice that they’ve settled into one theme over the last few years. Here is a look at some of the details!
It is hard to take a photo of the entire display in one shot, as a gingerbread sales area is so close to it. Plus, guests are often in this area.
The centerpiece of the display is the BoardWalk Bakery, and features Mickey and Minnie inside.
Chef Mickey and Minnie.
Within the bakery, there are very miniature carrot cakes, gingerbread men and more thoughout the kitchen.
Mickey Mouse cakes.
And there is also a tiny gingerbread house with a Mickey on it.
Here is a look at the ingredient list. It includes 42 gallons of honey; 364 pounds of whole rye flour; 364 pounds of light rye flour; 336 eggs;10.5 pounds of ammonium carbonate; 336 pounds of bread flour; 21.16 pounds of lebkuchen; 6 gallons of egg whites; 60 pounds of powdered sugar; .75 pounds of cream of tartar; 280 pounds of granulated sugar and 40 pounds of fondant.
There is a wedding location with a gazebo.
Horses pull a carriage.
The ESPN Club includes the well-known fist with barbell.
Nearby, there is a tree with Disney characters including Minnie Mouse and Pluto and above you can also see a different tree with sports equipment.
There are so many very small details.
This little wreath is still fully formed with decorations.
This tree includes candy and baked goods.
Trattoria al Forno.
There is a small hidden Mickey on the roof.
Nearby is a popcorn cart and benches.
This tree is next to the BoardWalk Bakery and includes items like flour and teaspoons.
Next to Trattoria al Forno is the Flying Fish Restaurant and then rooms under the Crest O’ The Wave sign.
The tree next to the Flying Fish has fish on it.
There is what looks like a small topiary snowman along with “Merry Christmas”.
Next to Crest O’ The Wave is a tree with a mermaid, pelican as a topper, doves, seashells and more.
Here is a look from this side.
Most of the resorts with displays have this style mug.
There is a Gingerbread Academy that costs $125 for up to 4 guests.
Here is the menu of items to purchase.
Disney’s BoardWalk Resort always looks beautiful with its decorations. Many of the resorts look refreshed with new ornaments and decor in the last year or two, including the BoardWalk.
We will have more from the holidays around the resorts and parks! So far we have Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Gingerbread Cabin, Disney’s Beach Club Gingerbread Carousel and more! I will have a holiday roundup soon.