Ring in National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day with Disney Park Favorites

By Tori Hunt

Nothing says comfort quite like a delicious, freshly baked chocolate chip cookie. Whether you like them crispy and classic, ooey-gooey, or adventurous, Disney Parks and Resorts have just about any kind you can imagine. In honor of National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day—Thursday, August 4—D23 uncovered a few of Disney Parks’ most delectable treats; some are hard-core chocolate chip delights, some are other cookie favorites, and others are cookie-based confections. Which one are you going to try first?

The Mickey-shaped cookies are covered in chocolate with a white cutout of Mickey Mouse’s face. The cookies are stacked on a metal tray inside of a bakery display next to other pastries.

Mickey-Shaped Cookie (Jolly Holiday Café, Disneyland Park)
This Mickey cookie, a classic Disney staple, is for the young and the young at heart. It’s a simple shortbread cookie topped with a white and milk chocolate layer in the shape of Mickey Mouse’s smiling face.

Three Linzer cookies are stacked on a white plate with a red rim. The cookies are golden and sprinkled heavily with white powdered sugar with a star-shaped cut-out in the center. The plate is lying on a red, green and white plaid tablecloth.

Linzer Cookie (Jolly Holiday Café, Disneyland Park)
If you are looking for a supercalifragilistic-tasting treat, head over to the Jolly Holiday Café on Main Street, U.S.A., to grab this Austrian delicacy. Fresh strawberry glaze is sandwiched between two pieces of shortbread cookie, topped with powdered sugar. This is a seasonal cookie, so make sure to grab one before they are gone!

A stack of large, crumbly cookies sits on a small brown plate. The plate is on top of a antique orange book with a pair of glasses.

Coffee Cake Cookie (Gideon’s Bakehouse, Disney Springs)
If you find yourself strolling around Disney Springs at Walt Disney World Resort, Gideon’s Bakehouse is an absolute must! With cookies that weigh nearly half a pound, what’s not to love? The coffee cake cookie is exclusive to this location and takes a vanilla bean base and pairs it with cinnamon swirls and crisp crumbles—perfect with a hot cup of coffee.

The cookie has large chocolate chunks and is baked in a red liner. The cookie sits in a basket lined with white parchment paper, reading “The incredibles” in red writing.

Jack-Jack Cookie Num Num (Pixar Pier, Disney California Adventure Park)
Treat yourself for braving the Incredicoaster at Disney California Adventure’s Pixar Pier with this deep-dish style chocolate chip cookie. One bite of this huge, chocolate-chunk dessert will have you feeling like a little kid again.

Vanilla ice cream is scooped on top of a cookie bowl with two cookies placed on either side of the scoop like Mickey ears. The sundae has caramel and chocolate drizzle with whipped cream, sprinkles, and a maraschino cherry on top.

House-made Chocolate-Chunk Cookie Sundae (Golden Horseshoe, Disneyland Park)
What’s better than a cookie? A cookie AND ice cream! Enjoy this delightfully large sundae with a friend (or by yourself, we aren’t judging) and catch a show on the main stage while you’re at the Golden Horseshoe.