Hello again! We’re BACK with more Christmas in July holiday updates! We’ve learned about the newest Candlelight Narrator, the opening dates for Festival of Holidays in Disneyland, and new ride overlays for this year’s Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.
And today, we were able to get a sneak peek at the cookies that will be available for the 2019 Holiday Cookie Stroll in Epcot. We’re so excited that this fun offering is making its way back to Epcot!
So, what is the Cookie Stroll you ask? Well, this is a fun little cookie walk that takes place during Festival of the Holidays in Epcot. Just like last year, you’ll find a Cookie Stroll page in your Festival of the Holidays Passport (these are usually free!). This page will list the booth locations of five holiday cookies around the Festival. If you’re up for a sweet challenge, you can purchase the five cookies throughout the Festival and collect a stamp at each food booth where the cookie is found.
After you purchase and devour all five cookies, you’ll be able to claim your Completer Cookie for free at the designated Holiday Kitchen!
So, let’s take a look at this year’s cookies!
A NEW Chocolate Crinkle Cookie complete with a fudge center will also join the cookie lineup.
The festive Pinwheel Cookie is also being added to the list.
Adorable Gingerbread Cookies will also be joining the stroll. Just seeing these little guys is really putting us in the holiday spirit!
A super gorgeous Linzer Cookie with a raspberry jam center is another 2019 Cookie Stroll addition.
And this year’s Completer Cookie looks a lot like last year’s. But this Mickey Cookie is topped with a Santa hat!
We hope to see the return of Festival of the Holiday booths like Sapphire Holiday Kitchen, Tuscany Holiday Kitchen, and Feast of Three Kings. Check out all the 2018 Festival of the Holiday booths here to see what may be in store for this year!
The booth menus for the 2019 Festival of the Holidays have yet to be released! We will let you guys know all the deets as soon as we know! So, be on the lookout for updates. (:
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