It’s that time of year ago for Holiday Decorations, slightly colder weather, and lots of Holiday Treats around the Disney World Resort. In this guide, you’ll find lots of options, and ideas for celebrating the Most Magical Time of Year and the Merriest Place on Earth.
NOTE: I have not reviewed all of these cookies yet *this year*, but they are on my list as they become available. Please check back if you need specific ingredients!
***As Always, please speak to a qualified restaurant employee when ordering food. In order to see the most accurate ingredients and risk assessment, you will need to confirm allergy safety in real-time. This is my personal experience, I am not employed or endorsed by companies or brands mentioned.***
Table of Contents
- Grand Floridian Gingerbread House Shop Cookies
- Disney BoardWalk Resort Cookies
- Disney’s Contemporary Resort Cookies
- Disney’s Beach Club Resort Cookies
- Ideas for a Cookie Stroll (No Park Ticket Required!)
- Cookies at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party
- Other Notable Items you should consider!
Grand Floridian Gingerbread House Shop Cookies
The oldest and most popular cookie stop is at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort just a short walk away from Magic Kingdom. Inside the lobby you’ll find a Beautifully decorate Life Sized Gingerbread House, that also operates as a Store to buy delicious goodies.
This year we’ve have several treats to choose from in addition to the Cookies, see the chart below!
All the Current Offerings at Grand Floridian Gingerbread House Shop- Subject to Disney’s Discretion.
|No Gluten Added||Peppermint Marshmallow, Gingerbread Cranberry Muffin, Gingersnap Cookie, Holiday Milk Chocolate lollipop, Pecan Fudge, Peppermint Bark|
|No Dairy Added||Gingerbread Cranberry Muffin, Gingersnap Cookie|
|No Soy Added||Gingerbread Cranberry Muffin, Gingersnap Cookie, Stollen|
|No Egg Added||Gingerbread Cranberry Muffin, Gingersnap Cookie, Holiday Milk Chocolate lollipop, Pecan Fudge, Peppermint Bark|
|No Treenut Added||Peppermint Marshmallow,Holiday Milk Chocolate lollipop, Peppermint Bark,Sinckerdoodle Cookie, Cookie Pop, Brownie Tree, Gingerbread (Shingle, Mickey Ears, Ornament and House) Cupcake Sampler, Peppermint Chocolate Chip Bar|
Additionally, the only item with Peanuts is an imported cookie, and the only item with Fish is the Chai Cupcake Sampler. There are no Items with Sesame or Shellfish.
Disney BoardWalk Resort Cookies
One of the newer locations for cookies, Disney’s Boardwalk Resort has a small shop with Allergy Cookies they back in the Boardwalk Bakery. These are Gluten Free and made without the most common allergens (No Dairy, Soy, Egg, Peanut, Treenut or Sesame). Like all of the options here Besides Erin McKenna’s, these are made in a shared facility with Allergy Procedures.
Disney’s Contemporary Resort Cookies
Introducing the 5 Legged Goat Cookie! This is a brand new cookie for 2022, and we all thought it would be another Gingerbread but it’s actually a Sugar Cookie!
In 2022 it Contained Major Allergens: Dairy/Milk, Soy and Egg (this was before sesame was labeled).
It is Marketed as Gluten Friendly.
Disney’s Beach Club Resort Cookies
Here they have a gingerbread carousel and it’s LIFE Sized. It’s absolutely Giant (and operational!)
For several years Beach Club has had GF cookies, but it wasn’t labeled this year on the guide. I’ll be sure to check (and I’m sure one of the wonderful members of the community will let me know if you stop by!)
Ideas for a Cookie Stroll (No Park Ticket Required!)
If you’d like to check out the above cookies, here’s a “Cookie Crawl” that I’d recommend.
If you are staying on Property, Head to the Monorail Loop (Accessed by going to the Magic Kingdom Park or Monorail Resorts) and hop on over to Grand Floridian Resort to see the Display and get your cookies! This Display is open all day. I’d recommend eating here as well, they have several great restaurants.
Then I’d catch the bus from Grand Floridian to Hollywood Studios. Here you’ll head to the Skyliner, and you’ll want to go to the Boardwalk (Also known as the EPCOT stop). If you want to skip the Skyliner, you can walk alittle further to the Water Taxi Ramp.
At the Boardwalk, you can walk to Beach Club Resort, and then follow the loop around to The Boardwalk Inn Resort for those cookies on the second Floor. (From Boardwalk Inn, I’d recommend the Water Taxi back to Hollywood Studios so you can get a bus to your resort!)
If you are not staying on Property, simply park at Disney Springs, and then take the bus to the Grand Floridian Resort, and follow the rest of the guide above!
Dedicated Allergy Bakery- Erin McKenna’s
Every year our favorite Disney Allergy Bakery makes a wonderful assortment of Inclusive Holiday options, plus Gingerbread Cookies! Erin’s is Gluten Free and Free from the Top Allergens. You can read more about this Bakery Here.
Cookies at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party
You’ll find Allergy Friendly Cookies at MVMCP! There are 5 cookie stops, and each stop will have bags of the Allergy Cookies (Gluten Free, and free of top 14 allergens). See all the info on these Party Cookies here.
Other Notable Items you should consider!
At several of the Value and Moderate Resorts, you can find a Holiday Cupcake that is Gluten Free, and Free of the Top 9 Allergens. It’s labeled as the Plant Based option, be sure to talk to a Chef or read the ingredients to see if it’s right for you. (Here’s last years version!)
You can also find variations of these Famous Beignets Holiday-fied for the season!