The Top 5 Treats at The Lights of Christmas

The Lights of Christmas has lots of vendors and different food options. Sometimes it can be hard to make a decision with so many enticing options right in front of you. While any option at The Lights of Christmas is sure to be tasty, there are some classic snacks and new goodies you aren’t going to want to pass up. Don’t get hangry, treat yourself with the top 5 treats at the festival!

  1. Hot Fresh Mini DonutsThese yummy donuts are an absolute staple at the festival, and will melt in your mouth! Grab a bag (or two) and walk the beautiful grounds. The perfect treat to keep your belly warm on those cool nights at The Lights of Christmas Festival.
    Location: Nativity Area
  2. Absolutely Nuts’ Cinnamon Roasted NutsThis sweet snack is filled with outstanding flavor! Crunch on this delightful snack as you venture through the Nativity and Joyland areas.
    Location: Nativity Area
  3. Decorated Cookies from Mrs. Claus’ Bake ShopMrs. Clause has sent special treats straight from Santa’s headquarters at the North Pole. These sweet goodies are baked with the love and joy of Christmas! Decorate a cookie and enjoy eating it as you walk around the light festival, or save your decorating kit for later and bring the joy of decorating Christmas cookies into your own home!
    Location: Joyland
  4. Pioneer Popcorn’s KettlekornIt’s not really a festival without kettlekorn! This yummy treat is the perfect snack to munch on as you parooze the Tinhorn Town displays, and maybe take home to enjoy later while reminiscing on the fun time you had at the festival.
    Location: Tinhorn Town loop
  5. Elephant Ears from Stanwood ConcessionsEveryone enjoys the nostalgia of an elephant ear! This warm, crispy, sweet snack is perfect for the festival atmosphere. Grab this treat as you head toward the Wonderland displays, you might want to finish it before you get to the Petting farm.
    Location: Tinhorn Town loop

Other sweets that can be found around the festival include; crepes, cotton candy, pretzels, and various baked goods from Mrs. Claus’ Bakeshop. All of the food and beverage options can be found on The Lights of Christmas website at https://www.thelightsofchristmas.com/festival/!

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