Bring the Epcot Holiday Cookie Stroll into your home holiday celebrations

Taste of Epcot International Festival of the Holidays Merchandise, photo by Cristine Struble
Taste of Epcot International Festival of the Holidays Merchandise, photo by Cristine Struble /

The Epcot Holiday Cookie Stroll can bring tasty Disney magic home.

The holiday season at Disney Parks is magical and the Epcot Holiday Cookie Stroll is one of the tastiest experiences at the Disney theme park. While it is delicious to sample all the scrumptious cookies while walking through Epcot, that holiday cookie tradition can come into your kitchen, too.

The Taste of Epcot International Festival of the Holidays presented by Advent Health is currently happening at Epcot. Since the festival runs through December 30, there is plenty of time to enjoy all the delicious holiday food offerings around the Disney theme park.

The  holiday kitchens sample holiday food from around the world. From the new Mele Kalikimaka Holiday Kitchen to the always popular Yukon Holiday Kitchen, the culinary delights could inspire several trips during the holiday season.

Since the holiday season often encourages a few extra sweet treats, the Epcot Holiday Cookie Stroll is back again this year. Similar to previous years, special cookie stops are located throughout Epcot. After enjoying all five cookie stops, guests will get a special complimentary cookie.

The cookies included in the Epcot Holiday Cookie Stroll are Lizer Cookie (Bavaria Holiday Kitchen), Chocolate Crinkle Cookie (American Holiday Table), Black and White Cookie (L’Chaim! Holiday Kitchen), Gingerbread Cookie (Festival Favorites) and Peppermint Pinwheel Cookie (Yukon Holiday Kitchen). The complimentary Minnie Peppermint Cookie is located in the Holiday Sweets and Treats Marketplace.

While many people happily enjoy all the cookies during a visit, another fun idea could bring the Disney Parks holiday food experience home. As part of the festival merchandise, there is a special holiday cookie jar. Featuring the always playful Chip and Dale, you can purchase a cookie jar and buy some extra cookies to take home.

Epcot holiday cookie stroll merchandise
Epcot Holiday Festival Merchandise 2020, photo by Cristine Struble /

Although it can be hard to avoid the temptation to eat all those cookies right away, bringing a taste of Disney Magical Moments home is always a great idea. And, Santa might reward you on Christmas morning for all that willpower.

Plus, the Chip and Dale Cookie Jar would make a lovely addition to any holiday kitchen. With Disney chefs revealing many of their favorite cookie recipes, it is a perfect spot to keep all those baked treats.

For many people, Disney Parks are a holiday tradition. From the stunning decorations to the special treats, these family memories are cherished by many. Even while people are at home, a little of that Disney magic can be sprinkled into any celebration. From a cookie recipe to a holiday decoration, the little touches can keep those holiday traditions going.

Taste of Epcot International Festival of the Holidays runs now through December 30, 2020. Theme park reservations are required for admission. For additional safety protocols and advisements, please visit the Disney Parks website.

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What is your favorite Disney holiday tradition? Have you done the Epcot Holiday Cookie Stroll?