It might not feel like fall in Orlando but Walt Disney World is certainly getting guests into the season with fall decor, not-so-scary events and, our favorite - treats! Make sure you grab these top fall treats before the season ends:
Candy Corn Milkshake
Candy corn is THE candy of fall and at Magic Kingdom you can enjoy the sugary treat in milkshake form at Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies in Disney’s Magic Kingdom. Made with candy corn ice cream and topped with cotton candy and a Mickey-Shaped marshmallow, this treat is at the top of our list.
Apple Cider Donuts
If you love apple cider and donuts you have to try the Apple Cider Donuts at Isle of Java in Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
Halloween Cupcake at Animal Kingdom
At Creature Comforts, Pizzafari and Restaurantosaurus, take a bite out of the Halloween Cupcake now through Nov. 1. The yellow cupcake is filled with flavors of fall including pumpkin mousse and topped with cinnamon buttercream, an edible Mickey ghost and a fondant pumpkin.
Halloween Cupcake at Epcot
Epcot is serving up its own Halloween Cupcake at Fountain View. This time you’ll experience a triple threat of chocolate with a chocolate cupcake filled with chocolate mousse and topped with green and purple buttercream, a chocolate bat and orange sprinkles. The cupcake is available Oct. 27-Oct. 31.
Pumpkin Bundt Cake
Pumpkin lovers can treat themselves to the Pumpkin Bundt Cake at Sunshine Seasons at Epcot. The chocolate cupcake is filled with salted pretzel mousse and topped with buttercream and a chocolate cake ball decorated with fondant. You don’t want to miss this treat. It is only available on Oct. 31.
Poison Apple Cupcake
Aside from pumpkin, apple is the flavor of fall and at the Roaring Fork at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge you can enjoy an apple-flavored cupcake with caramel filling and topped with chocolate ganache.
Candy Corn Cupcake
The candy corn treats continue with the Candy Corn Cupcake at Trail’s End To-Go and Chuckwagon at Fort Wilderness Resort. The vanilla cupcake is topped with candy corn buttercream.
At Contempt Cafe at Disney’s Contemporary Resort enjoy a pumpkin cupcake with cream cheese filling and caramel buttercream icing from Nov. 4 - Dec. 1.
Mickey’s Haunted Chocolate Cupcake
Now through Nov. 2, sink your teeth into Mickey’s Haunted Chocolate Cupcake at Capt. Cook’s and Kona Coffee Bar at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. The dark chocolate cupcake is filled with red velvet cheesecake and topped with buttercream.
The Forbidden Apple
Disney Springs is even getting into the fall spirit. Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar entices guests with The Forbidden Apple - spiced rum, sour apple pucker, cinnamon whiskey, cranberry juice, lime juice and grenadine. For a non-alcoholic drink try the Poison-Less Apple with Sprite with caramel and Granny Smith apple. Both are available through Nov. 7.
Assorted Treats at The Ganachery
You can find a treat for everybody in the family at The Ganachery. Have a little fall fun with either a Minnie Piñata or Jack Skellington Piñata. Both are a chocolate sphere filled with house-made marshmallows and crispy pearls and decorated with chocolate pieces. The festive Jack Skellington Piñata is available through Oct. 31. You can also indulge in Pumpkin Spice Latte Ganache Squares now through Nov. 8.
Pumpkin Mickey Macarons
Amorette’s Patisserie at Disney Springs is spicing up their macarons with the Pumpkin Mickey Macarons now through Oct. 31. The macarons are white chocolate ganache flavored with pumpkin puree and pumpkin spices.
Halloween BOO Box
The tasty cupcake store Sprinkles at Disney Springs is spooking your tastebuds with the Halloween BOO Box. Available through Oct. 31 the box includes vanilla milk chocolate, red velvet, black and white, and pumpkin cupcakes with Sprinkles ghosts and BOO sugar decorations.