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Amorette’s Patisserie Holiday Display Includes Beast, “Brave” Bear Brothers at Disney Springs

Hi everyone!

Amorette’s Patisserie at Disney Springs has a fun holiday display this year! I wasn’t expecting one for 2020, it isn’t a standard gingerbread display – but it is made of gingerbread cookies and other edible items (there was not a sign with information). I stopped to buy a holiday treat and it was a great surprise to see this display with Beast, two “Brave” brothers as bears, Mickey and Minnie ornaments and a Pixar Ball.

The front of the display features a Cast Member baker named Ramon in a mask.

Ramon has a name tag and a mask modeled on what Cast Members around Walt Disney World property wear.

Minnie and a Pixar ball are on this side, they are shaped like ornaments.

A Mickey ornament includes a poinsettia decoration.

There is a figure to the left that has the look of a nutcracker soldier but in a regular outfit. To the right, two of the brothers from “Brave” are in bear form, climbing the Christmas tree that has symbols from the film.


One of the ornaments includes the three brothers. The empire biscuits from the scene in “Brave” are also on the tree.

Beast stands tall over to the left.

There is a tree behind him with Mickeys and gingerbread men, and presents to the left.


Here is a closer look at his face. On the tree you can see tiny gingerbread men.

On the ground is a Santa hat and gingerbread figure, and also on the base there is a castle with Mickey head inside.

There are more ornament figures to the left.

Mickey has a fun look to him, with a Santa hat.


A representation of Tinker Bell is in the center. And another Mickey shaped ornament to the left.

There are several different holiday desserts in the case. This is the Red Velvet Yule Log. If you like red velvet, Walt Disney World has you covered all over the parks and resorts!

This is the Poinsettia Petit cake.

The Holiday Mickey Mousse is really cute, and what I ended up purchasing (though we haven’t eaten it yet).

I put it on a Corelle plate for a photo.

With so many of the displays at Walt Disney World not up this year, it was really nice to find one in Amorette’s (there is a Gingerbread Capital City in Epcot’s World Showplace).