The House of Mouse wins at holidays.
The Grand Floridian Resort at Walt Disney World goes all out for the holidays.
They are famous for their life-sized gingerbread house, but this year they pulled out all the stops on their elaborately decorated easter eggs.
It took Master Pastry Chef Erich Herbitschek and nineteen pastry chefs three weeks to make the 18 eggs, which are each 16-20 inches tall.
Each of the eggs was inspired by a different Disney movie or famous work of art.
The most amazing part is that they’re all TOTALLY EDIBLE.
They used modeling chocolate, fondant, sculpted sugar, royal icing and hand-painted with tinted cocoa butter.
Nice work, chefs.