I’m back from Disney so obviously that means it’s time for another Disney post. If you’ve been following me/this blog for a while then you already know how much I LOVE Epcot. In fact, Epcot is my absolute favorite Disney Park. (Epcot is kind of a weird park because people either love it or hate it. Me? I love it!).
One of the things I love the most about Epcot is its many festivals. There are currently four Epcot festivals; the International Festival of the Arts, the Food & Wine Festival, the Flower and Garden Festival and the Festival of the Holidays. (*Cough* the International Festival of the Arts is the best by a LONG shot *cough*).
Today’s post is dedicated to the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays Cookie Stroll!
The Epcot International Festival of the Holidays Cookie Stroll is exactly what it sounds like. It’s a cookie stroll. There are five different cookies to purchase throughout the festival. Once you purchase a cookie, you get a stamp. Once you purchase five cookies, you get a free sixth completer cookie.
You can purchase any five cookies (so five of the same kind) but I wanted to try once of each cookie. (There were five so why not try each one?).
The first cookie I purchased was a Peppermint Pinwheel Cookie from the Yukon Holiday Kitchen at the Canada Pavilion.
One cookie and one stamp down! (I loved how the stamps matched the cookie you purchased!).
The next cookie on the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays Cookie Stroll was a Black-and-White Cookie from the L’Chaim Holiday Kitchen between the Morocco and France Pavilions.
Up next was a Gingerbread Cookie from the American Holiday Table at the America Pavilion.
How adorable is that little Gingerbread man?
The fourth cookie I got was a Linzer Cookie from the Bavaria Holiday Kitchen at the Germany Pavilion. That’s what I love about the Epcot festivals. I get to try all these foods from around the world that I A) would have never been able to try and B) would have never thought to try!
Round of applause for Epcot!
The fifth and final cookie on the Cookie Stroll was the Chocolate Crinkle Cookie from the Feast of the Three Kings near the Mexico Pavilion.
Five stamps, you know what that means….time for a FREE completer cookie!
After you’ve collected five stamps, you have to bring your booklet to the Completer Cookie Window at the Holiday Sweets & Treats booth.
Ta-da! A Santa Mickey completer cookie!
You are also given a free milk along with the Santa Mickey completer cookie.
SUCESS!Not a bad way to spend an afternoon at Epcot. If you enjoyed this post, be sure to Pin the photo above (or any of the photos in this post) or share this post using the social media icons on the right hand side of the post or directly under the post.
See you again in February Epcot!