2021 EPCOT Festival of the Holidays Foodie Guide – A Disney Parks Planning Website – Park Savers

The holiday season is all about spending time with family and friends, maybe exchanging some thoughtful gifts and, of course, sharing plate after plate of delicious food. So, it’s no surprise that seasonal favorites from around the world, from roasted turkey with mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce to Hannukah-favorite latkes, are some of the highlights of the Epcot Festival of the Holidays. Christmas cookies included!
Unfortunately, this jolly soiree is also the shortest of the Epcot festivals, at just over a month. While the holidays at Disney World are in full swing around the rest of the Central Florida resort by November 12,  the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays runs from November 26 to December 30, 2021
For this Epcot holiday food guide, we’ll unwrap all of the tempting choices on the Festival of the Holidays 2021 menu, along with some helpful tips for making the most of your experience. So, bring your best ugly Christmas sweater and an appetite and let’s get started!
Whether you’re visiting Epcot’s Flower & Garden Festival, Food & Wine Festival or Festival of the Arts, while the inspiration behind the celebration changes, one thing remains the same: a tasty array of globally inspired food and drinks. And the same can be said for the Epcot Christmas festival.
With a delicious slate of festivals virtually all year long, there’s no denying that Epcot is a foodie’s dream. But, there’s something about the magic of Disney World during Christmastime that makes Epcot’s International Festival of the Holidays extra special.
For this seasonal smorgasbord, you’ll visit food booths spread throughout World Showcase at Epcot. Christmas around the world, and other winter holidays, are cozy affairs, with plenty of dishes to warm the body and soul. Sample these yuletide treasures inspired by recipes from across the globe at 14 different holiday kitchens.
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Hungry for more details? Write your foodie wish list with these Epcot International Festival of the Holidays 2021 menus. 
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While you’ll find most of the Epcot Christmas food offerings at the festival’s holiday kitchens, you can also snag some seasonal sweets and sips at a few of the permanent snack stands located throughout the park.
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Are your favorite holiday goodies all shapes and flavors of cookies? (With a glass of milk, of course – just like Santa!) Then make like jolly, old St. Nick himself and sample some of the festival’s best seasonal sweets during the Holiday Cookie Stroll. This cookie crawl shines a spotlight on one of the season’s most beloved desserts and even comes with a free treat just for trying them all. 
To join the fun, collect stamps in your Festival Passport for each of the cookies on the list as you try them. Then, head to Holiday Sweets & Treats to claim your reward. Here are the featured desserts this year:
Here are our tips and tricks for enjoying holidays around the world, Epcot-style:
Sure, the sample-sized portions and reasonable prices seem like they’ll be easy on the wallet when you first place your order. But who can stop at just one or two delicious plates? If you aren’t careful, all those yummy Epcot festival food and drink items add up quickly for both the stomach and budget. To ensure you stay on track, we recommend you check out the menus ahead of time (like those above) and plan what you absolutely must try so you don’t go overboard. 
At the Disney World Festival of the Holidays, sharing is caring. After all, who doesn’t love being able to sample more without having to pay more? However, keep in mind that we are still in a pandemic, so be sure to grab an extra fork or two to avoid spreading germs. 
With an unofficial pastime like drinking and eating around the world, food is obviously a highlight of any trip to Epcot. To take your visit to the next level, DIY your own Disney dinner show by bringing your delicious haul to one of the festival’s entertainment offerings. With its abundant seating, Candlelight Processional is an excellent choice or watch one of the holiday storytellers, listen to Mariachi Cobre or be awed by the Chinese Lion Dance.
One of the best things about going to Epcot’s festivals is getting to try all of the scrumptious dishes and drinks from around the world. Best of all, with portion sizes that aren’t too intimidating, you don’t need to commit to too much to really get a taste. We like to use this as an opportunity to push our tastebuds and eat something we haven’t before. You never know, you might come away with a new favorite. 
Not just a favorite of culinary-minded tourists from out of state, Epcot is also beloved by locals thanks to its rotating menu of festivals and appropriately themed food and drink offerings. As a result, the park can get exceptionally busy over the weekends. However, stick to the weekdays, and you should see more manageable crowds. 
With such a lengthy list of tempting items to try, it can be tempting to power your way through as many of them as possible as quickly as possible. Instead, save yourself a stomachache by taking your time between courses. Feel free to take a few loops around World Showcase or stop to explore the pavilions and watch some of the entertainment. You’ll have a much more fulfilling experience.
Well holiday fans, that wraps up our guide to the many delicious things available at this year’s Festival of the Holidays at Epcot. We don’t know about you, but we’re planning an absolute feast for our visit.
Don’t just devour all things food-related at Epcot! Give your tastebuds a break by trying some of the park’s attractions with our 1-Day Epcot Plan. Or, supersize your food budget with the help of our discounted Walt Disney World tickets.  
Are you going to the Festival of the Holidays? Which holiday kitchen or dish is on your list? Let us know in the comments!
Amber is a proud former Walt Disney World Cast Member, an unabashed travel addict, and a hospitality and tourism specialist with over 10 years in the industry. She likes getting her wanderlust fix by sharing her favorite park tips and tricks with other Disney fans. When she isn’t working, you can usually catch her in a hot power yoga class or spending way too much money at Disney Springs.
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