Headed to the Festival of the Holidays at Epcot this year? Why not try the cookie stroll? From gingerbread cookies to peppermint, candy cookies, and Snickerdoodles, there are plenty to help celebrate the sweetness of the season. Collect stamps at 5 locations throughout the park and you get a free cookie when you’re done with the challenge!
Disney’s EPCOT International Festival of Holidays runs from November 24- December 30, 2023. And we couldn’t be more excited! With new menus and all kinds of festive fun, Festival of the Holidays is one of the more underrated festivals in our opinion, but that doesn’t mean it should be missed. The cookie stroll is one of our favorite things at this festival because it involves cookies from all over the world showcase and is a great way to discover cookies you may have overlooked. Best of all, once you complete the cookie stroll, you’ll receive a FREE foodie treat! Does Christmas get any more jolly than that? We doubt it.
How does the Cookie Stroll work?
Actually, it’s super simple. Grab a Festival of the Holidays Passport (these are FREE!) and turn to the cookie stroll page, located near the back. Each time you stop at a booth with a designated cookie, you’ll receive a stamp in your booklet. Collect all 5 stamps and you’re eligible for your free cookie! It’s that easy. And if you’ve completed the cookie stroll in the past, you’ll be happy to know that the cookies are a little different this year.
Do I need a special ticket for the Cookie Stroll?
No! The Cookie stroll is part of the Festival of Holidays, so you’ll only need a Walt Disney World Park ticket to enjoy the festival and the stroll. The only extra thing you’ll have to pay for is the cookies!
Epcot Cookie Stroll Locations 2023
Check out the Festival of Holidays Menus to keep up to date on the kitchens, and cookie stroll locations for this year. Visit all 5 official cookie stroll locations, collect a stamp in your passport at each, and head to a specialty kitchen to receive a FREE specialty cookie decorated for the season.
- Gingerbread Cookie | American Holiday Table America
- Linzer Cookie | Bavaria Holiday Kitchen Germany
- Peppermint Pinwheel Cookie | Holiday Hearth Desserts The Odyssey Pavilion
- Black and White Cookie (Plant-based) | L’Chaim Holiday Kitchen
- Spiced Chocolate Cookie | Nocehbuena Cucina Port of Entry
- Snickerdoodle Cookie made with SNICKERS | Yukon Holiday Kitchen Canada
- Holiday Sugar Cookie | Connections Cafe World Celebration
- Jingle Sugar Cookie made with M&M’S chocolate candies | Sunshine Seasons The Land
Cookie Stroll Cookie Jar
Really love holiday cookies? Why not grab one of the new Cookie Stroll Cookie jars? They’re perfect for carrying your favorite holiday cookies at Epcot or at home! And let’s be honest, this cookie jar will proudly be displayed on our kitchen counter all holiday season long. A new design is released annually!
We hope you have the best time collecting all the cookies during this fun cookie walk this holiday season. Happy Strolling!
Melanie Renee is a photographer, writer, designer and mom. Visiting Disney destinations since 2010, she is also an Authorized Disney Vacation Planner. When she's not creating her next coffee recipe, or designing apparel at Polka Dot Pixie Shop, she's seeking beautiful sunsets and planning her next trip .