Yeah, it’s that time of the year again — Festival of the Holidays has officially begun in Epcot, you guys!
This year, the Yukon Holiday Kitchen has some new and returning favorites popping up at the booth (and boy, are we excited!).
We couldn’t stay away from that delicious Canadian Wild Rice and Ham Soup that has easily become one of our favorites this year.
The ham is so soft compared to the crunch from the almonds. We love the great mix of textures in this soup, especially since it’s all tied together with that slightly salty pretzel roll for only $5 (!!!) or a Disney Dining Plan snack credit.
We’ve been waiting SO LONG for the Cookie Stroll coming to Festival of the Holidays this year. And, the new Peppermint Pinwheel Cookie is definitely worth the wait.
The soft cookie is complemented by sprinkles around the sides…
…and packed with strong peppermint flavor that is the perfect holiday treat for $2.50.
The Seared Verlasso Salmon with Crown maple whisky glaze, parsnip silk, apple chutney, and hazelnut croquant made our Best of the Fest in 2018, and is here again for $6…
…and the Maple Bûche de Noël (a favorite since 2017!), which is maple mousse wrapped in a gingerbread chiffon cake with cranberry sauce and pecan crumble drizzled on top for $4.50, is back again and we’re so glad! This is a fun, sweet addition to the booth!
The non-alcoholic Frozen Coffee for $4.50 is a great way to give ya some energy to go around the World Showcase…
…and the Ice Wine Flight (!!!), featuring Inniskillin Riesling, Pearl Vidal, and Gold Oak flavors again this year is just $13. Look at the gorgeous color on those bbs!
You can get everything at the Yukon Holiday Kitchen from November 29th through December 30th! And, be sure to check out all the other items at the booths around Epcot here!
What’s your favorite item from the Yukon Holiday Kitchen? Let us know in the comments below!