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posted on October 10th, 2013 by Michelle Harker, Manager, Merchandise Marketing & Communications, Disneyland Resort


Here’s a look at 13 Terrifying Treats that are bound to make this “spirited” season a bit more thrilling.

This first treat is a “mirror” image of what I showed you just a few weeks ago. From what I hear, this skull caramel apple is covered in white chocolate, taking on the look of a particular “poisoned apple” and is by far the tastiest treat of them all.

Skull Caramel Apples at Disneyland Resort

Who wouldn’t want to try this frightfully delicious cake pop which has been covered in creamy white chocolate, dusted in orange sanding sugar and decorated as a jack-o-lantern?

 Pumpkin Cake Pop at Disneyland Resort

Will you dare to get wrapped up in trying our Mickey Mummy inspired cake pop?

Mummy Cake Pop at Disneyland Resort

Get tangled up in the web of this creepy crawly spider cake pop decorated with wriggly gummy worms and covered in milk chocolate.

Spider Cake Pop at Disneyland Resort

You might consider this next treat hauntingly good fun. Tart green apples have been covered in ghostly white chocolate and decorated to resemble a simply “boo-tiful” Mickey Mouse. Give it a try.

Ghost Caramel Mickey Apple at Disneyland Resort

This treat is no trick. The fluffy marshmallows and crispy pretzel rods take on a frightfully new look this Halloween.

Halloween Pretzel at Disneyland Resort Halloween Marshmallow Wand at Disneyland Resort

Now this is Halloween! This decadent chocolate cake pop has been immersed in creamy white chocolate and has been given a “nightmarish” twist – resembling none other than … Jack Skellington.

Jack Skellington Cake Pop at Disneyland Resort

If you fall under the spell of this delicious caramel treat, have no fear it is available all year round.

Caramel Apple at Disneyland Resort

The next step for you is to try our creamy pumpkin-flavored fudge – if you haven’t already. I know it’s a favorite among our Disney fans.

Pumpkin Fudge at Disneyland Resort

If you love the pumpkin fudge, than be sure to try our crunchy caramelized brittle which has has been combined with cinnamon, nutmeg and pumpkin seeds. It’s wickedly good!

Pumpkin Brittle at Disneyland Resort

Can you guess “witch” apple I love the best? Be sure to try the colorful Halloween Minnie apple, which has been adorned purple chocolate witch hat. Keep an eye out, the apple bears a striking similarity to the costume worn my Minnie herself at Halloween Carnival at the Big Thunder Ranch Jamboree.

Halloween Minnie Caramel Apple at Disneyland Resort

Heads will roll after one taste of this crisp green apple which has been covered in smooth caramel, creamy white chocolate and orange sanding sugar.

Pumpkin Caramel Apple at Disneyland Resort

These fluffy cupcakes are covered with sweet Halloween-inspired frosting and have been topped off with none other than a decorative Mickey ear hat.

Halloween Cupcake at Disneyland Resort

You know there’s always room for one more. So how could I leave this next one out. If you like what you’ve seen so far, there’s no doubt in my mind that you will dig our Gourmet Apple for October… “Dirt and Worms.” Enough said – check it out!

Dirt and Worms Apple at Disneyland Resort

All of these amazing treats are available now at candy kitchens throughout the Disneyland Resort, including Candy Palace on Main Street, U.S.A. and the Hunny Spot in Critter Country at Disneyland park; Marceline’s Confectionery in the Downtown Disney District; and Trolley Treats in Disney California Adventure park.

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Philip on October 10th, 2013 at 6:20 pm

So glad that pumpkin fudge is back. With a pregnant wife, I make weekly trips to Disneyland to meet her Pumpkin fudge cravings. The stuff is delicious.

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Heather on October 10th, 2013 at 6:23 pm

Will there be any allergy friendly offerings?

 

Michelle Harker on October 10th, 2013 at 7:28 pm

Great question Heather! I’m looking into it.

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Fred from CA on October 10th, 2013 at 6:40 pm

I’ve tired the spider cake pops. They’re really good!

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Jordan on October 10th, 2013 at 6:58 pm

And it’s a lot of fun to stand outside the window in Downtown Disney (DLR) and watch them make the apples. They are so talented and the assembly line they have is pretty awesome. Plus you get to see all of the different styles at once.

 

Michelle Harker on October 10th, 2013 at 7:29 pm

That’s one of my favorite things to watch as well. Our candy makers are pretty incredible.

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Samantha on October 10th, 2013 at 10:39 pm

Everytime I check Marceline’s For The “Poison Apple” Caramel Apple it is never there! Are they only offering that apple inside the parks?

 

Michelle Harker on October 14th, 2013 at 7:47 pm

Samantha, you should find that at all of our candy kitchen locations.

A huge thanks to @Deborah on her post below. I appreciate you jumping in and letting Samantha and all know where you saw the apples being offered.

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Dina on October 10th, 2013 at 11:16 pm

Do they do phone orders and ship out to New Jersey?

 

Michelle Harker on October 14th, 2013 at 7:45 pm

Hi Dina! Unfortunately they don’t ship the consumable items. I hope you are able to visit one of our Disney Parks soon and delight in some of the treats being offered.

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Jackie on October 11th, 2013 at 9:00 am

I am also interested in what allergy free options are available…Anything gluten-free? Thanks!

 

Michelle Harker on October 14th, 2013 at 7:53 pm

@Jackie and @Heather – Thank you for your interest in our candy production offerings and making the inquiry regarding allergy friendly options. The teams contiue to look for ways to include such items, however just so you know, we currently use nuts and other common ingredients that can be classified as allergens in our production facilities, so none of our candy treats can be claimed as allergy friendly or allergen free. Certainly know that should an item cross my path that is, I will post about it here on the Disney Parks Blog.

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Deborah on October 11th, 2013 at 6:47 pm

I just seen The “Poison Apple” Caramel Apple in Downtown Disney next to the Movie theater. If you ask, they will make them for you it only takes about ten minutes. If they are in Downtown Disney it is safe to say they are in the parks as well. What a lot of people do not know is the cast members will slice the apples for you. It’s a lot easier to eat the apples that way then off the stick, esp. if you have two people eating the same apple. They are more then happy to do it, and will give you a container to place the sliced apple in.

I was told to call in advance at my restaurant of choice to see if they have a menu or will alter a dish if you have a need for alternative allergy free ingredients in your meal. I have never had a negative or a no for an answer yet. It is more like “let’s see what we can do to make your experience better” answer.

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Crissy from FL on October 12th, 2013 at 5:43 pm

Is the pumpkin fudge available in Epcot or at WDW’s Downtown Disney?
Will it be available between Halloween and Thanksgiving?

 

Michelle Harker on October 14th, 2013 at 7:55 pm

Hi Crissy! Great news! You can definitely add the pumpkin fudge to your list the next time you are visiting the Walt Disney World Resort. Keep an eye out for it in our candy kitchens anytime between now and Thanksgiving.

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Gale on October 15th, 2013 at 10:32 am

We were there last weekend. No pumpkin fudge available anywhere. The lady behind the counter said they hardly make any anymore. Why advertise on this blog if it isn’t available?

 

Michelle Harker on October 15th, 2013 at 1:31 pm

Gale, I’m so sorry to hear that you were told that. Our pumpkin fudge and brittle are actually some of our top items and sell out rather quickly. While we may have waiting periods for it to return to the selling case or come back in stock, it is something that we are carrying.

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