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2021 Holiday Cookie Stroll at Epcot

Do you love the holidays? How about cookies? If you answered "yes" then the Holiday Cookie Stroll at this year's Epcot International Festival of the Holidays is the perfect activity for you! 

After our fun with Emile's Fromage Montage during the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival earlier this year, I knew we had to participate in the Holiday Cookie Stroll. Participation in the Holiday Cookie Stroll is super easy. All you have to do is purchase five sweet cookies from select locations during the Festival and make sure to collect your matching stamp for each cookie you purchase. You'll know which menu items are part of the Holiday Cookie Stroll by looking for the cookie icon located next to each item in the Festival Passport and on the menu board outside the booth. 

Let's review the 5 cookies:

1. Black and White Cookie - L'Chaim! Holiday Kitchen - Between France and Morocco

This was the first cookie we tried on the Holiday Cookie Stroll and it did not disappoint! It tasted like your classic Black and White Cookie but with much more of a lemon flavor than I'm used to. It was still very tasty but if you're not a fan of lemon/citrus, you may not enjoy this cookie. I found it delightful and would rank this cookie an 8/10. 

Black and White Cookie

2. Chocolate Crinkle Cookie made with DOVE Dark Chocolate - American Holiday Adventure - The American Adventure

This was one of my favorite cookies on the stroll! It was absolutely delicious and was the perfect amount of chocolate for me. I'm not sure if I could eat the whole cookie by myself (especially with eating all the other cookies on the stroll), but splitting it was great. Its a decent size cookie so you can easily share with others. In fact, most of the cookies on the stroll were shareable sizes. I'd rate this cookie a 9/10. 

Chocolate Crinkle Cookie made with DOVE Dark Chocolate
Festival Passport with our first two stamps

3. SNICKERS-Doodle Cookie made with SNICKERS bar pieces - Yukon Holiday Kitchen - Canada

I'm a big fan of Snickerdoodle cookies so I was excited to try the SNICKERS-Doodle cookie. I thought this cookie was good but it wasn't great. Don't get me was a good cookie! I think my expectations were just set too high. Does that ever happen to you? I built it up too much in my mind and then it didn't deliver. If you like Snickerdoodle cookies and SNICKERS candy bars, give this cookie a try. I'd give it a solid 7/10.

SNICKERS-Doodle Cookie made with SNICKERS bar pieces

4. Gingerbread Cookie - Holiday Hearth Desserts - Near Port of Entry

This was my least favorite cookie but in fairness, I only got to try a bite before my 2 year old ate the whole thing. So, it was a big hit with my son! From the bite I tried, I thought it was a little dry and didn't have much flavor. I asked my son if he wanted to try a bite and before I knew it, it was gone. He ate the rest and seemed to thoroughly enjoy it. From the little bite I had, I'd have to rank this a 4/10 but my son may differ on that opinion. 

Gingerbread Cookie

5. Linzer Cookie - Bavaria Holiday Kitchen - Germany

I love Linzer Cookies and think they just scream Christmas so it should be no surprise that this cookie was my favorite. It was just perfect. The raspberry jam combo with the confectioner's sugar on this buttery cookie was everything I hoped it would be. I'd rank this cookie a 10/10. 
Linzer Cookie
The best part of the Holiday Cookie Stroll for me was that each cookie was only $2.50. That's a great deal for a Disney treat! And a lot of the cookies were very easily shared amongst our party so we never felt like we were too full to try another one.

One you've collected 5 stamps, bring your Festival Passport to Holiday Sweets & Treats for your Holiday Cookie Stroll completer treat. What do you get for completing the stroll? You get not 1, not 2 but 3 prizes! Once you turn in your completed passport you'll receive a 50th Anniversary cookie, Peppermint Sundae in a collector's cup and a Freeform Christmas ornament. So not only do you get another tasty cookie and Peppermint Sundae but you also get 2 keepsakes in the cup and Christmas ornament. 
Prizes for completing the 2021 Holiday Cookie Stroll
50th Anniversary cookie, Freeform Christmas ornament
and Peppermint Sundae in souvenir cup
We saved the 50th Anniversary cookie to enjoy later and it was very tasty. It was also super cute! The Peppermint Sundae was delicious. It was a very simple treat of chocolate ice cream and whipped cream topped with peppermint. It was the perfect size to enjoy without feeling too stuffed. 

The Epcot International Festival of the Holidays runs through December 30, 2021 so there's not much time left to complete the Holiday Cookie Stroll. If you're visiting Epcot soon, I highly recommend this activity. 

Have you already completed the Holiday Cookie Stroll? If so, what did you think? Let us know in the comments. 

Ashley has been a Disney Parks fan from an early age and loves anything vintage Disney. You can email Ashley at


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