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The 10 Best Places To Get Cookies At Disney World

It's easy to work up an appetite at Disney World. With so many attractions to ride, shows to enjoy, and places to rush to, this shouldn't come as any surprise. Thankfully, when you're looking to take a break, Disney has lots of food options to enjoy. One of the parks' specialties is an incredible lineup of cookies.

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Though the restaurants and kiosks inside Disney's Orlando resort know how to bake up a classic chocolate chip, these locations are also skilled at making more unique creations from a soft, carrot cake cookie filled with frosting to elegant French macarons. No matter what kind of cookie you're craving, Disney probably has it.

It's time to journey across the resort; Here are the greatest places to get a cookie in Walt Disney World Resort.

10 The Polite Pig

 

Though the Polite Pig is a barbeque restaurant, it’s home to one of the largest, gooiest chocolate chip cookies you will ever get the chance to sink your teeth into. This Disney Springs location serves up Orlando’s famous Gideon’s Bakehouse Cookies.

These treats tend to sell out early in the day for good reason; Each cookie is coated in giant chocolate chips and weighs a whopping half-pound. They’re sweet, buttery, and so worth the $8 price tag.

9 Sprinkles

Disney Springs’ Sprinkles is primarily a cupcake shop, but that didn’t stop the place from including a few cookies on its menu.

Currently, Sprinkles sells a chocolate-chip cookie and a salted oatmeal cornflake cookie for $3.50 each. They’re large, soft, and make for some excellent ice cream sandwiches that can also be purchased at the location.

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Gluten-free eaters, rejoice! There’s also a fantastic gluten-free chocolate-chip cookie sold here.

8 Karamell-Kuche

Located at the Germany Pavilion in Epcot is Karamell-Kuche, a fancy little caramel shop. In addition to serving up caramel apples, caramel popcorn, and caramel brownies, this place presently bakes up to four different types of cookies.

There’s a Caramel-Filled Chocolate Cookie, a German Chocolate Chip Cookie With Pecans, a Caramel Apple Oatmeal Cookie With Pecans, and a Caramel Snickerdoodle Cookie. These are all super sugary and chewy, so if that’s your style, this is your destination.

7 Trolley Car Cafe

Hollywood Studio’s Starbucks-serving location, known as the Trolley Car Cafe, sells all sorts of pastries and sweets in addition to its coffee drinks. This is where you can find the famed Carrot Cake Cookie.

This soft cake-like cookie has a crispy outside, a pillowy inside, and a sweet cream cheese center.

This cookie was originally served at the Writer’s Stop bakery, but it has since closed. It was then served at Sweet Spells, but that closed, too. Though the cookie went through a few tiny alterations, we were excited to see it show up at Trolley Car.

6 Plaza Ice Cream Parlor

Over on Main Street, U.S.A. at the Magic Kingdom sits a dessert shop known as the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor. One of the most famous items you can get here is the Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich. This treat puts your flavor choice of hand-scooped ice cream in between two freshly baked chocolate-chip cookies.

If you want to double the amount of cookie on this, just choose the Cookie ’n Cream frozen dessert as your filling. It will not disappoint.

5 Zuri’s Sweets Shop

If you work up an appetite (and a sweet tooth) in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, this is your place.

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Zuri’s Sweets Shop serves up a load of cake pops, caramel apples, and cookies. The flavors of cookies currently sold here include peanut butter, chocolate chip, white chocolate chip, and peanut butter chocolate. There’s also jumbo Mickey-shaped sugar cookies and chocolate chip cookies, and let’s not forget the cookie that’s decorated like a Mickey-shaped doughnut or the cookies that look like animals.

4 Roaring Fork

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge is home to a quick-service dining location known as the Roaring Fork. here, you’ll find an assortment of cookies including the beloved Magic Cookie Bar.

This rectangular snack combines graham cracker crust, chocolate chips, butterscotch chips, nuts, coconut, condensed milk, and sprinkles into one chewy treat.

Yes, it’s not a traditional cookie. But also, it’s totally worth getting your hands on, especially after a long day of exploring.

3 Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie

This sweets shop located along Epcot’s World Showcase serves up a classic French cookie: macarons.

Though you can opt to purchase a giant, chewy raspberry-lime macaron, you can also purchase an artistically packaged box containing six colorful macarons. The flavors are chocolate, raspberry, pistachio, banana, mixed berry, and orange — and yes, they’re all equally delicious.

For the record, there are also a basic (but very tasty) chocolate chip cookies sold at this location.

2 Main Street Confectionary

This Magic Kingdom shop is the place to get your sugar fix. With cupcakes, marshmallow wands, and of course, cookies, you’ll find something to satisfy your sweet tooth.

The Main Street Confectionery serves up some giant, soft Mickey-shaped sugar, chocolate chip, shortbread, and gingerbread cookies. There are also oatmeal raisin, snickerdoodle, and raspberry white chocolate chip flavors, not to mention an array of decorated cookies that circle through during the year.

Trust us; You’ll find plenty to enjoy.

1 Ghirardelli

We’re finishing off this list by taking a trip to the Ghirardelli Soda Fountain and Chocolate Shop in the Disney Springs’ Marketplace. Though this location is known for its California-inspired sundaes, coffees, and shakes, it is also home to a warm, delicious chocolate chip cookie made with the rich and flavorful chocolate Ghirardelli is known for.

If you’re also wanting ice cream while you’re here, we recommend the Crissy Field Cookie Bits Sundae. It contains scoops of vanilla and cookie ’n cream ice cream and is topped with whipped cream, hot fudge, milk chocolate caramel minis, and of course, a heap of chocolate chip cookie pieces.

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