The Disney Parks Blog has announced that Disney’s Beach Club Resort Gingerbread Carousel will be inspired this year by DuckTales, with horses themed after Donald Duck and his nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie. We will post about it when Disney’s Beach Club Resort Gingerbread Carousel is displayed! Each year, the horses have themes, it will be fun to see what the DuckTales theme looks like here.
The Disney Parks Blog also talks about the new Lighthouse creation coming to Disney’s Yacht Club Resort. Here is information about both below the photos from a longer article about gingerbread displays across Walt Disney World.
Photo copyright Disney
Just next door at Disney’s Beach Club Resort, we’ve got the classic Holiday Carousel gingerbread display. The life-size creation has been at the resort for 22 years and it actually moves – how cool! This year, this gingerbread offering is inspired by Ducktales, with the horses themed after Donald Duck and his nephews, Huey, Duey, and Louie. To celebrate all the years of tradition, there are 22 hidden Mickeys to find throughout the display, as well as 434 pounds of honey, 25 pounds of spices, 200 pounds of icing, and a whole lot of creativity and talent from the culinary team!
Photo by Denise Preskitt, Mousesteps
Disney’s Beach Club Resort Gingerbread Display Menu
Some of the holiday treats available at this location include:
- Signature Stollen Bread
- Lighthouse Fudge
- Mickey Snowman Pop
- Crispy Rice Treat
- Peppermint Bark
- Gingerbread Shingle
- Hot Chocolate Flight
- Hot Chocolate
Joining this impressive lineup this year is the Lighthouse at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort. This brand-new creation was created by Pastry Chef de Cuisine Michael Craig who used the actual blueprints from the real lighthouse located outside the resort along Crescent Lake. This sweet version is not to be missed on your gingerbread festivities this year. Also, available for purchase are some sweet delights sold at the Holiday Pop Up Shop, including the new Lighthouse Fudge, which is a nod to this new offering.