REVIEW: Home is Where the Holiday Hearth Desserts Are at the 2021 EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays

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Last year, Holiday Hearth Desserts made a big impression on us when they debuted their menu for EPCOT’s International Festival of the Holidays, which included the iconic Spaceship Earth cookie. Let’s take a look at the menu for this year!


Menu for Holiday Hearth Desserts at the 2021 EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays



  • Red Velvet Mini Bundt Cake with Cream Cheese Icing – $4.50
  • Salted Caramel Spaceship Earth Cookie – $5.50
  • Snowball Cookies – $4.00
  • Peppermint Bark – $6.50
  • Mouse Crunch – $6.50
  • Gingerbread Cookie (Holiday Cookie Stroll) – $2.50


  • Hot Cocoa – $3.50
  • 🆕 Cinnamon Apple Cider – $3.75
  • Cocoa Candy Cane: Hot cocoa with peppermint schnapps – $12.00

While new to the booth this year, the Cinnamon Apple Cider was previously available during the 2021 EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival at the Appleseed Orchard booth.

Photos of Menu Items from Holiday Hearth Desserts at the 2021 EPCOT Interntional Festival of the Holidays


Red Velvet Mini Bundt Cake with Cream Cheese Icing – $4.50


This was very tasty and moist. It wasn’t too heavy on the red velvet and had plenty of sweet cream cheese icing.


The Christmas sprinkles add a nice crunch that complements the texture well.

Salted Caramel Spaceship Earth Cookie – $5.50


For $5.50, this isn’t bad, but you would buy it more for the novelty of eating a Spaceship Earth-shaped cookie more than anything else.


The salted caramel filling was good, but the cookie itself was kind of dry. The glitter sprinkles got everywhere, and the caramel will stick in your teeth.


Snowball Cookies – $4.00


This is a light cookie with a decent crunch to it. Like all snowball cookies, they are covered in powdered sugar.


We could definitely taste the almonds, which makes us think the batter didn’t get it all mashed up, and there may have been chunks. We weren’t big fans and felt you could get something similar at the grocery store.

Peppermint Bark – $6.50


This was very chewy, and the bark fell apart as we ate it. The peppermint stuck to our teeth.


The white chocolate flavor was good, and the peppermint taste was strong, but overall, this was just okay.

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Mouse Crunch – $6.50


This was not worth it. It’s just a mix of caramel popcorn and chocolate-covered pretzels.


The popcorn reminds us of the one served at Appleseed Orchard.


Gingerbread Cookie (Holiday Cookie Stroll) – $2.50


The Gingerbread Cookie was slightly dry and tasted like he was left out. 


The gingerbread taste is there but we just wish it would’ve been fresher. His little icing face and buttons are hard and crunchy.


Not a bad gingerbread cookie, but try to get one from a fresh batch.

Hot Cocoa (non-alcoholic)  – $3.50


The hot cocoa is pretty watery and does not have a strong chocolate flavor. It was overall a bit weak.

Cocoa Candy Cane: Hot Cocoa with Peppermint Schnapps  – $12.00


This had a generous amount of alcohol. But like we said above, the hot cocoa was weak. It was just an average alcoholic hot cocoa with some peppermint added.

*NEW* Cinnamon Apple Cider – $3.75


This tastes almost exactly like apple juice. If you like your cider sweet, this is okay, but this is too sweet for our tastes.


This doesn’t taste much like cinnamon.

Location of Holiday Hearth Desserts at the 2021 EPCOT Interntional Festival of the Holidays

Holiday Hearth Desserts is located on World Showcase Plaza, near Port of Entry. You can find it at number 17  on the map below.


If you need to get your hands on that Spaceship Earth cookie, make sure you head out to EPCOT between November 26th and December 30th!

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