Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, especially with all the festivities at Walt Disney World Resort. I recently had the chance to check out some of the spooky sweets that the team at Magic Kingdom Park have conjured up for this year’s Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. Don’t worry–there are no tricks, just plenty of delectable treats in store for our guests.
If you’re planning to attend Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, be sure to check out the spook-tacular offerings specially created for the season. Stop by the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor for a creepy Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich. Ghouls of all ages will love choosing their favorite flavor of ice cream and sandwiching it between two freshly baked sugar cookies. Next door at Main Street Bakery, you’ll find the simply yummy Mummy and Candy Corn Cupcakes. If you’re looking for a more ghoulish delight, stop by Gaston’s Tavern for a Ghost Cupcake.
For the serious sweet tooth, I suggest checking out the Candy Corn Cotton Candy found on carts throughout the park. In addition, Storybook Treats in Fantasyland will be serving up Candy Corn Soft Serve. Take one bite into the cone and you’ll know this isn’t a trick—the cone is filled with candy corn. Yum!
I’ve always believed that breakfast food is meant to be enjoyed at any time of day. The Spiced Pumpkin Waffle Sundae from Sleepy Hollow is a festive way to indulge during the party. The hot waffle is topped with soft serve, cinnamon sugar and spooky sprinkles. It tastes so wickedly wonderful, you might just lose your head over it.
Ghoulish gulps will also be materializing for the party. Kick back with some Pumpkin Spice Bubble Tea at The Lunching Pad in Tomorrowland or prepare to pucker with Buggy Brew from Friar’s Nook. My favorite? The Wormy Apple Slush from Gaston’s Tavern, complete with real (gummy) worms.
These treats are only available at Mickey’s Not-So Scary Halloween Party, taking place on select nights from September through October.
What tricks and treats are you looking forward to enjoying at Disney Parks this fall?