Ginger. Flour. Cinnamon. Nutmeg.
Seems simple enough, right? However, when Disney gets involved, we go from simple to elaborate and magical.
3. Frozen Gingerbread at Disney's Contemporary Resort
Fans of Frozen, rejoice in this adorable structure!
Last year, I was thrilled to stumble upon this gem on the fourth floor of the Contemporary. Appearing right under neath Mary Blair's (famous Disney artist of "it's a small world" fame) famous multi-story work of art, this gingerbread structure includes "hidden Olafs", chocolate trees and your favorite Frozen characters.
While on your next Christmastime Disney trip, be sure to hop off the monorail at the Grand Canyon Concourse to view this piece of art.
2. Gingerbread (and Chocolate) Carousel at Disney's Beach Club Resort
An operational carousel made out of gingerbread, featuring chocolate horses!
While Disney's Yacht Club Resort has a pretty cool holiday train and village, I can't help but to smile at this awesome carousel at Disney's Beach Club Resort. This life-size, spinning carousel is the result of:
- 36 pounds of honey
- 96 pounds of flower
- 100 pounds of icing
This is definitely a must-see during the holiday season.
1. Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa's Gingerbread Cottage
Steam pours out of the roof of this spectacular 16 foot gingerbread cottage and kids young and old marvel over it each year.
The best part about this cottage is that it isn't only for show: Disney Cast Members sell gingerbread "shingles" and other items from INSIDE this house. Throughout the holiday season, you can visit for decorating demonstrations in the lobby.
Want more gingerbread? Visit these locations during the holidays:
- In 2016, visit the American Adventure pavilion at Epcot for a gingerbread recreation of the United States Capitol Building
- At Disney's BoardWalk Resort, you can learn at the Gingerbread Academy. Build gingerbread houses to take home, sip complimentary hot chocolate and apple cider. (Costs $125 for up to four guests)
- At Tusker House Restaurant at Disney's Animal Kingdom Park, visit a 3 foot long African-inspired Marketplace made from gingerbread and chocolate
What is your favorite gingerbread structure at Walt Disney World? Let me know in the comments below.
Here is the map of our Magical Blogorail Red | Christmas Must Dos at Disney Loop:
- 1st Stop - Adventureland Pam | Tips for Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party
- 2nd Stop - What's the Point? | Amazing Gingerbread Structures at Walt Disney World
- 3rd Stop - Disney Mamas | Christmas at Disney ~ Epcot's Candlelight Processional and Holidays Around the World
- 4th Stop - Mousekatools Mom | Holiday Tour of Disneyland Resort Hotels
- 5th Stop - Saving Up for Disney | Special Holiday Photos to Take at Disneyland Resort