As we ramp up to the Holidays in Walt Disney World, we’ve got more photos for you Festive Foodies!
To start, we’ll continue to whet your appetite (literally!) with with a few photos of yummy treats available all around the parks and resorts (thanks to Cody from the GDPinvestigation Blog for contributing so many)! Following those, I have a few shots of some food-related holiday merchandise that just might tempt you into a trip to Downtown Disney… 🙂
And stay tuned tomorrow for what is becoming a HUGE “Gingerbread Houses in Disney World” post, with photos contributed from at least three excellent photographers. I can’t wait to share with you their views through the lens.
Disney World Holiday Treats
This beautiful Christmas Tree cookie is sold at the American Adventure’s life-sized gingerbread house. Great stocking stuffer, eh?
And here’s a fun Gingerbread House Kit that’s sold at the American Adventure’s gingerbread house as well!
But if you don’t want to make your own gingerbread house, the Boardwalk Bakery is selling pre-made versions!
And while you’re at the Boardwalk, you can snag some of these adorable cupcakes and brownies.
Over at the Contemporary, you can pick up these yummy gingerbread cookies…
…along with these minty treats!
All over the World, of course, you can find the ubiquitous holiday “crisped rice treat!”
Of course, you need to have some chocolate-covered pretzels…and some Christmas-y chocolates!
(Psst! If you missed our past posts on Disney’s holiday treats, you can find them here: Holiday-Colors Dole Whip and Disneyland’s Homemade Candy Canes)
Disney World Holiday Merchandise
These first two can be found in Frontierland in the Magic Kingdom. I love that Christmas apron!
And these were found over in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. How cool is the peppermint-themed Tink stocking? And the plate and mug are perfect for egg nog and cookies left out for Santa…
More holidays at Disney Parks to come! Thanks for reading, and thanks to all who have contributed their stories and photos! See you tomorrow with Gingerbread Galore!
I love the gingerbread houses….but how the heck would you transport one home with you??? I’d be afraid it would fall apart.
Hmm… I wonder about clever shipping…
Is it me or does the box for the gingerbread house kit look like it’s about 30 years old?
Those pre-made houses from BW Bakery sure look great! We’re not planning a Christmas trip to WDW until 2011 (yeah, we like to plan ahead, LOL), but this sure makes me look forward to it even more!
Me too, Shayne! Here’s hoping I can swing a Holiday 2010 trip!
Shayne you are not allone, the box DOES look 30 years old… it looked that way in real life…
Does anyone know how much the gingerbread houses are? Those would make great Christmas gifts!!
Elizabeth — I’ve noted on the following post (of the Gingerbread Houses in Disney World) the price list of the goodies you can find in the American Adventure gingerbread display. The take-home houses are $15, and I’m assuming that price will be somewhat consistent throughout the resort. 😀
Anybody know how much the santa plate and mug set is?
Not sure on this one, Emma! I’ll have to take pics of the prices the next time I’m there!