The spooky season is in full swing at Walt Disney World resort. From the fall decorations on Main Street U.S.A. to the start of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, it’s beginning to look a lot like Halloween at the parks, and with a new season comes some new sweet treats. Check out this list of Disney treats to keep an eye out for this Halloween.
Maleficent Soft-Serve Dessert
Guests will be green with delight when they see this sweet treat! Storybook Treats in Fantasyland is now is serving a new Maleficent-inspired dessert. Lime soft-serve ice cream is served in a spooky black waffle cone and sprinkled with purple sprinkle sugar! To give it the perfect Maleficent touch, this treat is topped with two striped chocolate horns. Guests can purchase this snack daily in Magic Kingdom until October 31 for $5.29 or one snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan.
Hitch Hiking Ghost Dessert
If you find yourself at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party this season, beware of Hitch Hiking Ghosts at Aloha Isle. These ghouls took their doom buggy all the way to Adventureland to bring you a pretty sweet treat. Halloween Party guests can snack on a cookies and cream-filled cream puff dessert that’s inspired by the Doom Buggies from The Haunted Mansion. Complete with a chocolate piece featuring your favorite hitchhiking ghosts, this cream puff treat is almost too spooky to eat. Guests can purchase this spook-tacular treat at Aloha Isle during the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party for $5.99 or one snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan.
No-So-Poison Apple Cupcake
Just one bite and all of your dreams will come true! Main Street Bakery is serving up this Snow White-inspired cupcake that you’ll be dying to try. This jumbo-sized cupcake is spiced apple-flavored, and filled with pecan praline for an added crunch! The No-So-Poison Apple Cupcake is topped a layer of white buttercream, candy apple coating crumbles, a red buttercream dome featuring cinnamon roll icing and a black licorice stem. Guests can purchase this cupcake daily in Magic Kingdom until October 31 for $6.99 or one snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan.
Jack Skellington Cake Push Pop
Nightmare Before Christmas lovers rejoice! Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is offering the perfect Jack Skellington treat for you to enjoy. This layered cake pop is almost too spooky to eat, featuring layers of tasty chocolate cake, white vanilla buttercream, white chocolate, dark chocolate pearls, and topped with dark chocolate curls and a white chocolate topper of the Pumpkin King. Guests can purchase this cake pop exclusively at Sleepy Hollow during the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party for $4.99 or one snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan.
Minnie Witch Brownie
Even Minnie Mouse is getting into the Halloween spirit. Casey’s Corner is serving up a new brownie dessert that you’ll want to see for yourself, featuring Minnie Mouse dressed as a witch just in time for the Halloween season. Her sweet outfit is showcased on this white chocolate-topped brownie. Guests can purchase this snack daily in Magic Kingdom until October 31 for $4.29 or one snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan.
Halloween Cinnamon Roll
Aren’t all the best treats Mickey-shaped? This Halloween-themed cinnamon roll puts a spooky twist on the breakfast favorite! The Main Street Bakery is currently whipping up a batch of Mickey-shaped cinnamon rolls decorated with orange icing and a creepy chocolate icing spider web. Guests can purchase this sweet treat daily in Magic Kingdom until October 31 for $6.29 or one snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan.
Cheesecake lovers have a pretty sweet treat waiting for them at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party this year. Main Street Bakery is offering a delicious pumpkin cheesecake that is not only gluten-friendly, but also scary cute. A vanilla pecan flavored cheesecake is topped with a caramel glazed drizzle and an orange chocolate Mickey pumpkin piece! Guests attending Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party can try this party offering for $5.99 or one snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan.
Candy Corn Milkshake & Ice Cream
Sweet dreams are made of this. Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies is serving up the sweetest ice cream treats in the galaxy for this Halloween Season! Run, don’t walk, to Tomorrowland to try these Candy Corn-inspired desserts. Indulge in a Candy Corn milkshake topped with delicious cotton candy and a Mickey-shaped marshmallow, or try the Candy Corn ice cream as a cone or sundae! Guests can purchase this milkshake for $7.99 or one snack credit and this ice cream cone for $3.99 or one snack credit daily in Magic Kingdom until October 31.
Treats at Cider House
Golden Oak Outpost in Frontierland transforms into the Cider House for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party! This snack stand is offering quite a few treats to try. From Apple Cider to Warm Caramel-Stuffed Pretzels, it’s easy to get your caramel apple fix at the Cider House! Apple Cider is served chilled for $3.49 or as a slushy for $4.99. Their Cinnamon Donuts are $4.99 and the Warm Caramel-Stuffed Pretzel is available for $4.79. Each of these treats can also be purchased for one snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan.
Worms and Dirt
Tomb Sweet Tomb! This chocolate pudding dessert is a Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party exclusive until October 1. Topped with gluten-friendly chocolate cake crumbles, some lively gummy worms and a gravestone piece, this treat is a must-try at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe in Frontierland. Guests can purchase this dessert at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and starting October 1st in Magic Kingdom daily until October 31 for $4.99 or one snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan.
Madame Leota Dessert
Liberty Square Market is offering a treat from regions beyond for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party this year. Your favorite Haunted Mansion fortuneteller is featured on this next sweet treat. A vanilla tart is filled with a yummy, toasted marshmallow crème and decorated with colorful edible pearls and sweet Leota herself! Guests can purchase this party-exclusive treat for $5.99 or one snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan.
Zero has his own sweet treat this year at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. Your favorite ghostly pup can be seen on two pumpkin-flavored waffles served with yummy vanilla ice cream, whipped cream, colorful sprinkles and a caramel sauce drizzle. This sundae is available at Sleepy Hollow during Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and daily in Magic Kingdom starting October 1. Guests can purchase this treat for $6.49 or one snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan.
Oogie Boogie Meringue
Well, well, well! What have we here? An Oogie Boogie-inspired dessert, of course, that is also gluten-friendly. Gaston’s Tavern in Fantasyland is serving up this pomegranate and cherry flavored gelée that’s topped with a green, glow-in-the-dark meringue Oogie Boogie and some gummy worms. Guest can purchase this treat exclusively at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.
As you can see, spooky eats definitely aren’t in short supply this fall at Walt Disney World! From Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party-exclusive treats to daily desserts, there’s sure to be something spook-tacular for everyone in your family.