But…now there’s one more spot to add to our list of places to try. The Waffles booth (which we also saw at the Food & Wine Festival) is now OPEN for the Festival of the Holidays and serving up some sweet and savory snacks!
A huge thank you to Brooke Sheridan (@dressed_in_magic on Instagram) for sending us these awesome photos and information! Today in EPCOT, Brooke saw that the Waffles Holiday Kitchen is now OPEN for the Festival of the Holidays.
The menu is pretty limited but includes a Gingerbread Waffle (served with whipped cream and citrus-cranberry sauce), Turkey and Waffle (stuffing waffle with turkey, gravy, and cranberry), an Original Sin Brewery Black Widow Hard Cider, and bottled water.
Today, Brooke sampled the Gingerbread Waffle served with whipped cream and citrus-cranberry sauce and said it was quite yummy!
She told us that the cranberry topping, which she usually doesn’t like, was actually an excellent compliment to the gingerbread flavor in the waffle, which was not overpowering at all. She also said that the crumble on top was really nice too!
YUM. Sounds delicious!
Brooke also got the Turkey and Waffle which is made of a stuffing waffle with turkey, gravy, and cranberry.
If you’re looking for a new place to stop at this year’s Festival of the Holidays, the Waffles Holiday Kitchen is now available. Wondering what else to get at this year’s festival? Check out our Best of the Fest list so you don’t miss out on some of the most delicious options!
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Which of the waffles from this booth would you most like to try? Let us know in the comments!