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Festive Sweets and Sips at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party in Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World Resort

There is nothing more magical than when Magic Kingdom Park completes its annual transformation into a festive winter wonderland—it truly is the most wonderful time of the year. One of the best ways to embrace the spirit of the season is a visit to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. Of course, you’ll need to fuel your fun, and I have your list of must-try treats available only the party. These sweet eats are sure to keep you rocking around the Christmas tree all night long!

Festive Sweets and Sips at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party in Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort

Peppermint Cupcake, with chocolate cake and peppermint frosting, and a Holiday Wish Cupcake, with vanilla cake and buttercream, Main Street Bakery.

Holiday Tree Cupcake, an adorable Holiday Tree Cupcake is made with spiced cake—infused with cinnamon, clove and star anise—topped with sprinkles, buttercream icing and an edible star, Gaston’s Tavern.

Festive Sweets and Sips at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party in Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort

Pumpkin Spice Waffle, back by popular demand, this spiced waffle is topped with vanilla ice cream and dusted with cinnamon and holiday sprinkles, Sleepy Hollow.

Very Merry Strawberry Lemonade Slush, a holiday-inspired red and green slushy complete with Mickey straw, Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café.

Holiday Cookie Ice Cream Sandwich, Plaza Ice Cream Parlor.

Festive Sweets and Sips at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party in Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort

Joining the hot chocolate and snickerdoodle cookies guests have enjoyed in years past, new complimentary treats are available this year.

  • Hot Chocolate and Snickerdoodle cookie, Tortuga Tavern, Adventureland
  • Eggnog and Gingersnap Molasses Cookie, Heritage House in Liberty Square
  • Snow Cone and Snowman Sugar Cookie, Friar’s Nook in Fantasyland
  • Spiced Apple Cider and Snowman Sugar Cookie, Pete’s Silly Sideshow Storybook Circus in Fantasyland
  • Hot Chocolate and Peppermint Bark Cookie, The Lunching Pad in Tomorrowland

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party takes place select dates in November and December at Magic Kingdom Park, and requires separate admission ticket. Complimentary offerings and locations are subject to change.

Which festive sweets are you most looking forward to trying at Disney Parks this year? Let us know in the comments below!

Comments

  • We just went to the Christmas party and got wonderful cookies from the Lunching Pad. Does anyone know how they make their peppermint bark cookies. My husband wants to make them.

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  • Any vegan options?

  • Will there be any gluten free options available at the party

  • Are any of these covered under the dining plan as snack credit?

  • Were the cookies prepared by Disney staff or were they bought? We loved the gingersnap molasses cookies and the peppermint bark cookies, would love to know if we could buy them, or if they have the recipes in one of the Disney cookbooks for sale?

  • We just bought tickets to the Very Merry Christmas Party. We have an older person with us that will need to sit down for part of the time. Can we reserve a place to have a sit down dinner?

    Please let me know.

    Thank you!

    Julie

  • Supplier for the pre packaged green Christmas tree soft cookies handed out in the tunnel/overflow?? They were the best! I need a case lol

  • So excited to get to try all of these cookies at our first ever Christmas party this December! Love the new additions. They sound amazing. 🙂

    • I hope you have a Very Merry time! 🙂

  • Nice upgrade! Sandra B., the cupcakes, waffles and fancy cookies are for purchase, but the complimentary treats listed at the five locations are free, included in your entrance ticket. Sweet, huh?

  • I’ve never been are these included with the party or for additional purchase?

    • Complimentary treats are included with the cost of the party, and can be found at locations designated on the guide map. The other treats are available for purchase during the party.

  • I’ll definitely be trying that peppermint cupcake! And it’s great that the complimentary cookies and drinks will be getting some variety – the snickerdoodle and hot chocolate were nice, but they didn’t seem quite as exciting as trick-or-treating at the Halloween party! 🙂 I’m especially looking forward to the eggnog and gingersnap!

  • Yumm, looking forward to sampling the different cookies and beverages through the night!

  • We will be walking around enjoying the sights and sounds and then everyone in the family can get their favorite cookie! Awesome!

  • So happy a variety of cookies will be provided this year! Definitely adds to the fun.

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