Happy Christmas in July, everyone! Today has been a huge day for holiday-related news, from Magic Kingdom’s attraction overlays for Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party to details for Hollywood Studios’ Sunset Seasons Greetings.
In case you aren’t familiar with the Cookie Stroll, here’s how it worked last year: The Festival of the Holidays Passport listed the locations of five Christmas cookies and six empty circles. Guests could purchase the five cookies as they wandered around the Festival, collecting a stamp at each food booth where they found them. Upon finishing the Stroll, they could then pick up a Completer Cookie for free!
Let’s look at the lineup of this year’s cookies.
Black and White Cookie
First up, we have the Black and White Cookie, which returns (along with the L’Chaim Holiday Kitchen) from the 2018 Festival. This one is a cake-based cookie with chocolate icing on one side, and vanilla icing on the other.
Chocolate Crinkle Cookie
New to the Cookie Stroll this year is the Chocolate Crinkle Cookie. This cookie has a delicious fudgy center.
Gingerbread Man Cookie
Who doesn’t love the Gingerbread Man? You’ll be able to enjoy this new addition to the Cookie Stroll this winter. We love the cookie’s adorable smile and green buttons!
Also new to the Festival of the Holidays is the Pinwheel Cookie. Don’t be surprised if this cookie reminds you of a classic peppermint candy cane!
Next on the list is the Linzer Cookie. These beautiful cookies feature a snowflake cutout, raspberry filling, and a dusting of powdered sugar.
Mickey Santa Cookie
The reward for completing the Cookie Stroll is the Mickey Santa Cookie! It’s similar to the Mickey from last year, but this one features a Santa hat. Note that you’ll get this cookie for free if you complete the Stroll, but you’ll also have the ability to purchase it separately.
That completes our roundup of this year’s Epcot Cookie Stroll! We’re looking forward to experiencing the event again this winter.
Disclaimer: AllEars.net was an invited media guest to Disney World’s Christmas in July Event at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. This did not affect our opinions, however. Our opinions are our own.
What do you think about this year’s Cookie Stroll offerings? Did you participate in last year’s stroll? Let us know in the comment below!
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