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Easter Fun to Get You "Hopping" Over to Disney!

With Easter just a couple days away, what better way to celebrate than to head over to Disney World and treat yourself! In this post, we've got some fun Easter things reviewed by trusted vloggers and bloggers alike that the Easter Bunny dropped while passing through the Disney parks and resorts! These foods and displays will be available through April 4th, which gives you some time to experience it if you will be spending your Easter at Walt Disney World

(EGGStraordinare Cupcake, WDW News Today)

Pictured above is the EGGStraordinare Cupcake, which can be found at the World Premiere Food Court at Disney's All-Star Movies Resort; Landscape of Flavors at Disney's Art of Animation Resort; and Everything Pop Shopping and Dining at Disney's Pop Century Resort--perfect for that "after pool" treat or if you're just coming back from the parks for a little sweet boost! Reviewed by WDW News Today and Disney Food Blog to ensure it is 100% tasty, this is a vanilla cupcake with a lemon filling, green vanilla buttercream to look like grass, and chocolate buttercream to look like a nest with little sugar Easter eggs!

(Painted Chocolate Easter Eggs, WDW News Today)

The next "treat" pictured above is also available at the Grand Floridian, Disney's Yacht and Beach Club, Disney's BoardWalk, and Disney's Saratoga Springs resorts. The talented pastry chefs at Disney have put these intricately detailed eggs on display in the lobbies of these resorts for your Easter enjoyment.

(Boozy Bourbon Bunnies, WDW News Today)

Pictured above here are the Boozy Bourbon Bunnies available at The Ganachery in Disney Springs. These have been a trending popular treat amongst bloggers and vloggers, partly because they are delicious! The milk chocolate bunny holds a thick and creamy chocolate beverage on the inside, and you have to the choice to purpose one with or without the bourbon.

You can find a complete list of Disney Easter treats at , and reviews of some of those treats at .

(Written by Evelyn Rowdabaugh)

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