5 Food and Drink Reasons to Have a Disney Christmas

A Christmas spent at Disney would be a culinary feast for for the ages

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Who doesn’t want to party with Mickey?

As the old song goes, it’s the most wonderful time of the year, so why not celebrate it in the most wonderful place on earth? We’re talking about Disney, of course!

A Christmas at Disney would truly be a feast for the senses: bright lights shining throughout the park come nightfall, parades galore, fantastic shows, Christmas and holiday cheer a plenty, and endlessly delicious food and snacks to match throughout Epcot. There is a world of holiday food to explore at Epcot this Christmas, and The Daily Meal had rounded up just a couple of treats to give a taste of why you should consider a very Disney Christmas.

Applejack cider


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Head over to the United Kingdom for apple jack cider spiked with a bit o’ whiskey and some seasonal spices.

Honey Walnut Baklava


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Wonder what they eat in Morocco come Christmas? Epcot has your answer with its flakey, sweet, honey walnut baklava.

Bûche de Noël


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In France, no Christmas feast is complete without bûche de Noël, which means no Disney Christmas is complete without giving this much-loved cake a try.

Turkey Waffle


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There is no competing with the turkey leg of course, but the turkey waffle, available as a street food snack, sounds just as edible.

Tamales


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Hot tamale! Pop on over to Mexico to chow down on some sweet tamales. 

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