You Need to See Disney’s Jaw-Dropping Halloween Treats
These sweet (and savory) Disney Halloween dishes are truly magical!
Every year, Mickey and Minnie, the Disney princesses and all of your most cherished characters come together to throw Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party on select evenings now through Halloween. Magic Kingdom is all decked out with spooky decor and the characters wear Halloween costumes, too. But what really stands out are the limited edition snacks!
Walt Disney World reps gave us the inside scoop on each special Halloween treat.
Candy Corn Milkshake
If you’d rather slurp a shake as opposed to dig through a sundae or lick a cone, Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies sells candy corn milkshakes. But this isn’t just any shake, it’s completed with a generous heap of cotton candy and a Mickey shaped marshmallow.
No-So-Poison Apple Cupcake
This spiced apple cupcake from Main Street Bakery gives off poison apple vibes, but even Snow White is a fan. The bright red personal cake is complete with buttercream and a surprising (but scrumptious) pecan crunch.
Halloween Cinnamon Roll
Everyone loves a good cinnamon roll. Main Street Bakery puts a much-loved spin on a classic with this Mickey Mouse-inspired treat. The intricate orange icing brightens up the snack, but the chocolate spider is definitely our favorite part.
While you’re at it, try Disney’s secret cinnamon roll burger.
Minnie Witch Brownie
Everyone loves a good dose of chocolate, right? Head down to Casey’s Corner for one of the most adorable brownies in Orlando! It’s complete with a white chocolate disk featuring Minnie Mouse in an adorable Halloween costume—proving that witches don’t always have to be spooky!
If you’re looking for something a little more filling, try the black bean nachos at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café. The dark chips are topped with buffalo chicken. You can also customize them to your liking by using the toppings bar.
Another standout from Main Street Bakery is this gluten-friendly pumpkin cheesecake with a chocolate Mickey Mouse pumpkin garnish. The vanilla pecan cake is paired with a caramel glaze, creating a flavorful cheesecake like you’ve never tasted before.
Can’t make it to the Magic Kingdom? Here’s a scary-good pumpkin cheesecake you can make at home.
Worms & Dirt
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café also serves up a sophisticated take on a childhood favorite—worms & dirt. The creamy chocolate pudding is layered under deconstructed chocolate cake. It’s topped with gummy worms and a chocolate gravestone, making for an intense chocolaty dish.
Treats at the Cider House
This time of year, the Cider House likes to add autumn flavors to satisfy a festive guest’s palate. Sip on apple cider, devour cinnamon donuts or munch on a caramel pretzel as you stroll through Magic Kingdom.
Zero Waffle Sundae
Pumpkin waffles, vanilla ice cream, caramel drizzle, sprinkles and whipped cream? Sounds like a dream dessert to us! This Sleepy Hollow sundae tastes as good as it looks. Just make sure you’re prepared for the ultimate sugar rush.
Jack Skellington Cake Push Pop
Sleepy Hollow’s party night exclusive, the Jack Skellington Cake Push Pop, is a dessert to die for. A white chocolate Jack Skellington sits a top layers of chocolate cake, vanilla buttercream, white chocolate pearls, dark chocolate pearls and dark chocolate curls. Delicious!
Madame Leota Dessert
Not every Disney fan is familiar with Madame Leota, but once you visit Haunted Mansion, you can’t forget her! The psychic medium takes center stage on a vanilla tart filled with a toasted marshmallow cream and covered in colorful candy garnish. It’s available at Liberty Square Market.
Hitchhiking Ghost Dessert
We are drooling over this Doom Buggy-inspired creme puff from Aloha Isle! This isn’t just any cream puff—it oozes with cookies and creme filling, making it an extra special treat for your taste buds.
Oogie Boogie Meringue
Gaston may not be your favorite Disney character, but Gaston’s Tavern sure does have a tempting menu! During the fall, they add pomegranate-cherry gelatin to their lineup. It’s complete with gummy worms and glow-in-the-dark meringue. This fruity, gooey, gluten-friendly cup is perfect for kids and adults alike.
Lime soft serve? Don’t knock it before you try it! It comes in a black cone, sprinkled with purple sugar and chocolate horns. This may appeal to more adventurous park-goers, but the Storybook Treats’ villain ice cream gives us total Instagram vibes.
Candy Corn Ice Cream
Calling all candy corn fanatics: Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies also whips up a delectable candy corn ice cream. You can simply enjoy it in a cone or change it up by requesting a sundae.
Muenster Smash Burger
A yummy burger is a year-long staple. Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café doesn’t limit their imagination to simple hamburgers, though. This signature Muenster Smash Burger stacks lettuce, tomato, meat, Muenster cheese, tater tots and sriracha aioli between two slices of a black bun. Is anyone else craving this yet?
If you’re after traditional amusement park food, Walt Disney World didn’t forget about you! There are popcorn carts all over Magic Kingdom where you can purchase a bucket of popcorn. It will be handed to you in a special 2018 Halloween bucket that you can take home as a souvenir. Once you get home, fill it with one of these awesome popcorn recipes.