Is it socially acceptable to live in a gingerbread house, the one at Disney’s Grand Floridian to be specific?
I don’t know if it’s just me watching too much Food Network around the holidays but this seems to get better every year! The expertise that goes into this gingerbread mansion is mindblowing! This tradition goes back 20 years and I hope it never goes away.
Is it a tiny house, or is it an edible masterpiece, the line becomes a blur with Disney’s talented pastry chefs work. It takes about 3 days and whole lotta ingredients for them to turn some cookies into this adorably decorated home.
The detail that goes into this blows my mind, the lines are so precise and clean. The holiday cheer that this gingerbread house brings to so many people is amazing. I mean look at those shingles! On the day of the grand opening, a special princess was there to help cut the rope adding a little extra magic.
The best part of this interactive experience is the fact that you can buy the gingerbread pieces and some other goodies. Happy to see Disney has some options for the people who are avoiding gluten! Another good thing is that most items are eligible for the Disney dining plan!
Will you be stopping by The Grand Floridian to see this beauty?