The EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays started yesterday, and although it looks a little bit different than years before due to health guidelines, it’s still got plenty of tasty and festive offerings!
We were really excited to see that the Cookie Stroll has returned to the festival this year! And obviously, we went for a sweet stroll.
Your Festival Passport that shares important details of the festival like menus and entertainment offerings also doubles as a guide for the Cookie Stroll! It tells you which festival booths are participating in the stroll and what cookies they have to offer.
The cookies part of the Cookie Stroll are:
- Linzer Cookie at the Bavaria Holiday Kitchen (Germany Pavilion)
- Chocolate Crinkle Cookie at the American Holiday Table (America Pavilion)
- Peppermint Pinwheel Cookie at the Yukon Holiday Kitchen (Canada Pavilion)
- Gingerbread Cookie at Festival Favorites (World Showplace)
- Black and White Cookie at L’Chaim Holiday Kitchen (Between the Morocco and France Pavilions)
As you make your way through, you’ll be able to receive a sticker to mark off each of these on your Festival Passport. Once you have all five, you can receive a Completer Cookie as your sixth for free!
Let’s get started at the Bavaria Holiday Kitchen in the Germany Pavilion! There you can find the Linzer Cookie, which we’ve enjoyed in past years’ cookie strolls. This cookie costs $2.50 and is so pretty with the bright-colored center peeking through the snowflake design.
Moving on to the next cookie, the American Holiday Table is offering the Chocolate Crinkle Cookie, another sweet treat from last year! Chocolate and powdered sugar? We’re all in. You can nibble on this cookie for $2.50 at the American Adventure!
Getting full yet? Next stop is the Festival Favorites booth which features tried and true offerings from festivals’ past! Here you will find a classic Gingerbread Cookie! This cute fellow features all the classic flavors of Christmas and can be found in between the United Kingdom and Canada Pavilions for $2.50!
Next, we have the Black and White Cookie from the L’Chaim! Holiday Kitchen booth near the Morocco Pavilion. This traditional cookie costs $2.50.
Once you have all five cookies, you can get the completer cookie at Holiday Sweets and Treats in World Showplace, which this year is the Minnie Peppermint Cookie.
If you don’t want to participate in the Cookie Stroll, you can also purchase this separately for $3.
Wow! That was a lot of sweet treats. Those are all the cookies you can find along the Cookie Stroll at the Festival of the Holidays this year. This could be a fun activity for anyone with a sweet tooth! Check back with us as we share with you all the updates from the festival and more!
Which of these cookies would you most like to try? Tell us in the comments!