Tower of Terror Cookie Debuts at Hollywood Studios

photo credit: Mary M.

Hold onto your screams, Disney snackers, because there’s a new terror-ifically tasty treat lurking in the shadows of The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror at Disney’s Hollywood Studios: the Tower of Terror themed Terror Cookie!

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photo credit: Mary M.

This hauntingly delicious creation is available only at the Joffrey’s Coffee cart right outside the Tower of Terror exit. Worried about calories? Consider this cookie a delicious reward for surviving the freefall into the unknown (or maybe a consolation prize if you chickened out – no judgment here!).

But what exactly makes this cookie so darn special? Buckle up, because we’re about to delve into the delightful details:

  • A Base That’s Built to Last (and Devour): The base of this cookie is a classic sugar cookie, sturdy enough to withstand the bumps and chills of the Hollywood backlot, that has been infused with the magic of Oreo crumbles. Yes, folks, this ain’t your average sugar cookie – it’s a force to be reckoned with (and by “reckoned with,” we mean devoured in seconds flat).
  • A White Chocolate Whirlwind: As if the Oreo goodness wasn’t enough, the Tower of Terror Cookie takes things up a notch with white chocolate chips scattered throughout the dough. Each bite is a delightful explosion of textures and flavors, making this cookie an experience for all your senses (well, mostly taste).
  • The Perfect Post-Tower of Terror Pick-Me-Up: Whether you braved the drop or opted for a less heart-stopping experience, the Tower of Terror Cookie is the perfect way to end your Twilight Zone adventure. The sweetness will chase away any lingering chills, and the combination of textures will leave you wanting more (don’t worry, we won’t judge if you go back for seconds…or thirds). The cookie pairs perfectly with the Frozen in Fear drink that is also exclusively available here!

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photo credit: Mary M.

The next time you find yourself at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, be sure to swing by the Joffrey’s cart outside the Tower of Terror. This exclusive cookie is a must-try for any Disney foodie, and it’s the perfect souvenir (or should we say “sweet souvenir”) to commemorate your thrilling (or maybe not-so-thrilling) encounter with the iconic Hollywood Tower Hotel.

Happy snacking, Disney adventurers! And remember, sometimes, the sweetest treats are found in the most unexpected places…especially after a trip into the Twilight Zone!

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