Trick or Sweet. The Disney pastry chefs have the extra-fun job of coming up with boo-ti-ful treats for guests at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party in the Magic Kingdom (on select dates through Nov. 1) at Walt Disney World Resort and Mickey’s Halloween Party at Disneyland Park (on select dates through Oct. 31).
Here’s a look at some of the treats that you’ll find in the Main Street Bakery in the Magic Kingdom and throughout Disneyland Park. Another of the ghoulest, coolest seasonal treats is pumpkin ice cream, says Justine Wilson, who keeps an eye on the Main Street Bakery and the Main Street Ice Cream Parlor in the Magic Kingdom. Justine tells us that their bakers start the day at about 4 a.m. and bake until an hour after the Magic Kingdom closes each day. That’s a lot of cupcakes and cookies!
At Disneyland Park, you’ll find treats in various spots: fall cupcakes in the Blue Ribbon Bakery on Main Street, U.S.A., the more grown-up gingerbread beignets and eggnog anglaise at Café Orleans, Jack’s Chocolate Mud Coffin in the French Market in New Orleans Square, and the Halloween demitasse cup at the Plaza Inn.
Do you have a favorite themed treat?
looked for the treats at the Bakery at Disney World on Main Street on Oct. 24th and there was nothing. A little disappointed. But found the cup at the stores to buy
Cant wait only 10 days till we hit Disneyland and I think I will try one of each treat LOL. This is my family’s first time going to Disneyland during a holiday, we cant wait!
I used to be one of those lucky bakers that arrived to bake at 4:00. Proof cinnamon rolls, bake cookies, make sandwiches. But seriously… what happened to the dirt and worms? So many memories of the Main Street Bakery.
Could you buy one cupcake as one of your “snacks” on the Deluxe Dining plan?
can non party guest get them during the day before the 7pm public closing?
love the idea of the cookbook!, probably ill never make one but its going to make me enjoy it more at the park 😀
I would so love to go to this event. I have a great costume this year but would i be allowed to wear it? it’s not a disney costume. I see all those treats too. :0) can we get those recipes to try on our own? Disney should make a halloween cookbook of the stuff they make for the holidays
Sure, grown-ups can wear costumes too!
They look great!! Will only gingerbread beignets be available during the holiday season? Or will the original ones be available for purchase as well?
Sandy- when we went last year- the treats were extra and not included in the cost of the MNSSHP tickets.
I want one of those cupcakes! I will be sure to purchase one in 2 weeks when we enjoy the Party for the First time with our one year old!
I really enjoyed the pumpkin muffin from the Blue Ribbon Bakery. As an extra treat, it had raisins.
They better have Tons of those Mickey treat desserts. I will be there next week with my husband, 2 daughter’s, 1 son-in-law and my grand-daugter.
Jack’s Chocolate Mud Coffin is absolutely amazing!!! It is so rich and chocolatey, I enjoyed every bite!
Yum! I’m sure one of our 9 kids would love some Mickey treats!
OMG I really hope that my mom, sister, daughter, & I can enjoy some of these treats when we attend the Not-So-Scary Halloween party in 2 weeks!!!! YUMMMY!!!! 🙂
So do these treats come with the cost of admission to the Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at DisneyWorld? Or do they cost extra?
Baked goods are for sale in the Main Street Bakery. (Extra cost beyond park admission.)
Those treats look so yummmmy! ºoº I can’t wait till I get there in a few weeks.