A Resort Hopping Holiday, A Trip Report: Epcot’s Holiday Cookie Stroll & a Gingerbread Carousel

Off to the Skyliner  again and back to Epcot we go- once through security the Festival of the Holidays passports were readily available and we were off on the hunt for our first cookie!

First stop for us? L’Chaim Holiday Kitchen, between the Morocco and France Pavilions, for an absolutely HUGE Black-and-White Cookie!

Now, the cookie stroll is a nice stroll around World Showcase during the festival where you purchase 5 cookies ($2.50 each or a snack credit) and collect 5 stamps when you purchase your cookies. Once you have collected all 5 stamps- you get a 6th for free AND a small bottle of milk. We were on the hunt!

Next stop? American Holiday Table, at the America Pavilion, for e very delicious Gingerbread Cookie.

We were also able to check out the very end of our Candle Processional seating’s performance.

Now we took the long stroll over to the Bavaria Holiday Kitchen, at the Germany Pavilion, for our favorite Linzer Cookie. At this point, I also indulged with a glass of Riesling to help wash it down.

At the Feast of the Three Kings Kitchen, near the Mexico Pavilion, we enjoyed a very rich Chocolate Crinkle Cookie.

And we then strolled…

Next, we stopped at the Yukon Holiday Kitchen, at the Canada Pavilion, for the Peppermint Pinwheel Cookie that was also really good and really pretty.

Now we have had all 5 of our cookies (I cannot imagine eating all 5 by myself- it was really nice to split amongst our family), it was time 5 stamps, to bring our Passport to the Sweets & Treats Holiday Kitchen to receive our complimentary Santa Mickey Sugar Cookie and Milk!

We had plans to go to La Hacienda de Angel for dessert and watch the new Epcot Forever, but we had truly hit a wall and certainly didn’t need any more dessert. So, we headed over to the Beach Club to check out their holiday décor and catch a Lyft to the Contemporary Resort.

This year, the Beach Club’s Holiday Carousel was celebrating 20 years! It is absolutely magical- this years was Peter Pan themed and just spectacular!

By 10pm, we were all comfortable in our resort room, watching the fireworks from the Magic Kingdom from our balcony.



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