’Tis the season for holiday treats, and Epcot will offer up holiday snacks from around the world during the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays Nov. 18 through December 30, 2018.

There will be many festive things to enjoy at this year’s festival, but we are most excited about the FOOD! This year’s Festival of the Holidays will include 12 Holiday Kitchens, as well as additional locations throughout the park. New to this year’s event is a host of items at Feast of Three Kings as well as a new Holiday Kitchen.

Fest of the Three Kings will delight guests with the following food items and beverages:
Pastelón: Sofrito-marinated Beef with Sweet Plantains and Olives (Gluten/Wheat Friendly)
Queso Fresco-stuffed Arepa topped with Shrimp, Crushed Avocado Aji and Tomato Sauce (Gluten/Wheat Friendly)
Arepas topped with Melted Queso Fresco (Vegetarian) (Gluten/Wheat Friendly)
Tres Leches Rice Pudding with Pumpkin Seeds (Gluten/Wheat Friendly)
Green and White Sugar Cookie (Vegetarian)
Coquito: Tropical Eggnog (non-alcoholic)
M.I.A. Beer Company Tres Reyes Mango Golden
Coquito: Tropical Eggnog with a Bacardi Gold Dark Rum Floater

The new L’Chaim! Holiday Kitchen features traditional Jewish dishes and drinks including:
Pastrami on Rye with House-made Pickles and Deli Mustard
Potato Knish with Herb Sour Cream (Vegetarian)
Chicken and Matzo Ball Soup
Black and White Cookie (Vegetarian)
Egg Cream: Milk, Chocolate Syrup and Seltzer (non-alcoholic)
Brooklyn Brewery Brooklyn Lager
Blue Cosmo Cocktail

You can’t celebrate the holidays without cookies. And what better way to get a taste of all sorts of different flavors than on a Holiday Cookie Stroll? Purchase any 5 cookies from any of the official cookie stroll locations noted in your Passport, making sure to collect a matching stamp for each cookie purchase. Once you’ve collected all five stamps, bring the stamped Passport to Holiday Sweets & Treats for a complimentary cookie.

Among the festival’s many unique holiday treats you will also find plenty of classics like hot cocoa, eggnog, gingerbread treats, and more. There are also some festive holiday cocktails and beverages to really spice up your night.