‘Tis the season to be hungry – this holiday season brings a merry array of goodies that are sure to have you smiling from ear to ear. To help you find everything on your wish list, I’ve put together a complete foodie guide to Flurry of Fun at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. And while Flurry of Fun officially kicks off on Nov. 9, as a special surprise, these festive sweets and treats will actually be available throughout the park for you to enjoy starting on Nov. 5!
To start off the list, we’ve got holiday cookies and gingerbread pops galore, offered at various locations throughout the park. In addition, all you jolly elves out there will be excited to learn that there’s a “Prep and Landing”-themed gingerbread cupcake dropping in at ABC Commissary, Rosie’s All-American Café, Catalina Eddie’s, Sweet Spells and The Trolley Car Café.
If you’re looking for that classic cup of hot cocoa to go with those cookies, then you’re in luck! This year, guests of all ages can enjoy classic hot cocoa with marshmallows at ABC Commissary, Backlot Express, PizzeRizzo, Rosie’s All-American Café, Catalina Eddie’s, Fairfax Fare, and Min and Bill’s Dockside Diner.
Guests over the age of 21 can warm up with a special array of hot chocolate beverages offered at Min and Bill’s Dockside Diner and Fairfax Fare, including a hot chocolate martini, Bailey’s Salted Caramel hot chocolate, black cherry bourbon hot chocolate, and a hot chocolate flight where you can sample all three. Other adult beverages available this year include a Peppermint White Russian, a Winterberry Cooler and a Let It Glow drink consisting of vodka and blue-raspberry frozen carbonated beverage with your very own glow cube at various locations around Echo Lake and Sunset Boulevard.
Next on the list is a delicious present that isn’t placed under the tree – it is the tree! These decadent red velvet whoopie pies are decorated with icing garland, ornament pearls, and holiday sprinkles. You’ll find these tree-shaped desserts at Sweet Spells and Fairfax Fare.
A perfect finish to a holiday feast, you’ll also be excited to find an apple cranberry cobbler at Hollywood Scoops and Min and Bill’s Dockside Diner; or if you’re looking for a sweet and savory snack, you can find a festive holiday popcorn mix at popcorn carts throughout the park. This popcorn comes with marshmallows, pretzels and M&M’s and is drizzled with chocolate.
These desserts are worth melting for – Olaf has come to celebrate the holidays this year and he’s brought a sleigh full of fun new treats. Find his special cupcake at ABC Commissary, Rosie’s All-American Café, Catalina Eddie’s, Fairfax Fare and Sweet Spells. You’ll also find an Olaf Pop at Gertie’s Ice Cream of Extinction, an Olaf Sundae at Hollywood Scoops, and Sugar Frosted Fruit Bites at Pretzel Palooza. But that’s not all – be on the lookout for an Olaf-themed sipper that comes filled with a fun “Frozen” beverage!
Finally, wrap up your day with a little extra merriment and melody by attending the Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM! Holiday Dessert Party. Indulge in specialty sweets and sips before you move to a special reserved viewing area to enjoy the all-new Disney Movie Magic show and Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM!, a holiday spectacular hosted by the elves Wayne and Lanny from “Prep and Landing.” Among the desserts offered are candy cane brownies, holiday Mickey and Minnie sugar cookies, warm pumpkin pie spiced bread pudding, and sweet Yule Log. In addition, you’ll be given an exclusive ornament to take home with you at the end of the party! Remember, this is a premium event, so be sure to reserve your place at this yuletide celebration today, with dates available Nov 9. through Dec. 31. From Nov. 9-Dec.15, pricing is $79 for adults and $45 for children ages 3-9; and Dec. 17-31, adults are $89 and children are $49 (gratuity and tax included). Book online or call (407) WDW-DINE or (407) 939-3463.
And that’s a wrap! Be sure to check out all of these holly, jolly holiday goodies during Flurry of Fun at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, starting November 9th.
That Yule Log is gorgeous–too beautiful to eat! Disney’s Pastry Chefs are artists!
Our family loves Prep and Landing! Are the decorations (Wayne and Lanny) on the gingerbread cupcake edible? I agree with Victoria – the Yule Log is gorgeous!
Hi Carol! Yes, all the decorations on the “Prep and Landing” Gingerbread Cupcake are edible!
Everything looks delicious thanks for the preview now I know to bring the loose fitting pants during my visit ?
Can you please send some of this yummy food to DLR 🙂 Looks amazing!
Can we get pictures of the Olaf sipper and the Let It Glow cube?
These all look so festive! Are there any vegan options?
Great post. Do you know if similar posts will be created to highlight the holiday offerings in the other parks?