Soar high above Disney on the new Skyliner while tasting a new Skyliner Cookie (Photo: Walt Disney World News)

It’s been an exciting few weeks at Walt Disney World Resort. From the opening of the all-new Disney Skyliner system to the start of the Epcot Forever nighttime spectacular, there are quite a few new Disney firsts to add to your list. To mark the excitement of the opening of the Disney Skyliner, Disney guests have seen new merchandise including pins, tees, mugs, and more. The latest Disney Skyliner-inspired offering is almost too adorable to eat!

Disney Skyliner gondola cookies have been gliding into resort shops across property. Everything Pop at Disney’s Pop Century Resort is selling Finding Nemo-themed gondola cookies. Centertown Market Grab & Go at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort is offering Peter Pan-themed gondola cookies. The BoardWalk Bakery at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn is serving up Mickey-themed and Donald and Daisy-themed gondola cookies. 

Yacht Club Marketplace at Disney’s Yacht Club has cookies featuring Goofy in his gondola. Winnie the Pooh and Piglet are inside the gondola on the Disney Skyliner cookies found at Yorkshire County in the United Kingdom pavilion in Epcot. Last but certainly not least at Kringla Bakeri Og Cafe in the Norway pavilion guests can purchase Frozen-themed gondola cookies.

These new creative and colorful cookies resemble the wrapped Disney Skyliner gondolas that now take guests to Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and four of the Disney Resort Hotels! Skyliner cookies are made with a sugar cookie base and edible printed frosting on top featuring some of your favorite Disney characters in a gondola. These all-new Skyliner Cookies are currently available around property for $4.99 or one snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan.

So, if you’re looking for a unique and tasty way to remember your first time on the Most Magical Flight on Earth, these new Skyliner Cookies may be it! These cookies are a perfect way to celebrate the opening of Walt Disney World’s latest transportation system.