Tasty eats from Holidays Around the World

It’s one of our favorite times of year at Disney World. We love the tasty eats from Holidays Around the World at Epcot. Take a look at what you can enjoy this year!

In Norway, enjoy the traditional rice cream at Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe. This treat is available year-round.


Gluhwein available at Weinkeller

One of our favorite things to do is stop by the Germany Pavilion to listen to Helga tells the story of the first Tannenbaum (Christmas tree) and the Nussknacker (nutcracker) while enjoying stollen fruit cake and sipping glühwein (hot mulled wine). We love the glühwein. In Germany, you’ll find nearly everyone drinking it while strolling through the Christmas markets.

At the Italy Pavilion, try the panettone, a sweet bread loaf with moscato wine or ciocolata calda (hot chocolate). It’s available at the Gelato kiosk.

Gingerbread house in The American Adventure Pavilion

Gingerbread house in The American Adventure Pavilion

The American Adventure Pavilion offers freshly baked gingerbread men, chocolate chunk and sugar cookies, hot chocolate, hot apple cider and peppermint bark at the Sugar and Spice Holiday Bakery (at Liberty Inn).

In Japan, try the  teriyaki chicken karaage, Japanese crispy fried chicken bites with teriyaki sauce, available at Kabuki Café.

You can never go wrong with satisfying your sweet tooth in France. Try the classic bûche de noël au chocolate (chocolate cake shaped like a log) at Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie or the gingerbread ice cream at L’Artisan des Glaces. We suggest getting one of each and sharing. The ice cream at L’Artisan des Glaces is our favorite!

L' Artisan des Glaces

L’ Artisan des Glaces in the France Pavilion at Epcot

In the United Kingdom Pavilion you can enjoy hot applejack cider with whiskey and spices.

If you enjoy the waffle sandwiches from Sleepy Hollow in Magic Kingdom, you must try the turkey waffle at Promenade Refreshments. It’s a sweet potato waffle filled with roast turkey and green bean casserole.We suggest grabbing one before watching the holiday version of IllumiNations. It’s a great way to end your day at Epcot.

What’s your favorite holiday item to enjoy? We’d love to hear about your Disney holiday traditions!

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