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Lots of Treats (No Tricks!) for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party in Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort

One of the most fun things about fall is all the pumpkin-scented goodies and raiding the kids’ trick-or-treat bags, but we have so many more treats in store just for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party that kicked off September 10 in Magic Kingdom Park and runs on select evenings through November 1.

Chocolate Mummy Cupcake at Main Street Bakery

Peanut Butter Chocolate Spider Whoopie Pie at Tony’s Town Square Restaurant on Main Street, U.S.A. Candy Corn Vanilla Ice Cream with Surprise Candy Corn at the Bottom of the Cone at Storybook Treats in Fantasyland

The good thing about these treats: you’ll find them in the park all day long.

  • Caramel apple slush at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe in Tomorrowland, a sour apple sip with whipped cream and caramel drizzle.
  • Candy corn vanilla cupcake, chocolate mummy cupcake and decorated sugar cookies at Main Street Bakery.
  • Spiced pumpkin waffle sundae at Sleepy Hollow in Liberty Square, topped with vanilla soft-serve ice cream and dusted with cinnamon sugar and spooky sprinkles.
  • Chocolate ghost cupcakes at Gaston’s Tavern in New Fantasyland with a mound of “dirt,” (Oreo crumbles) and topped with a marshmallow ghost.
  • Candy corn vanilla ice cream with surprise candy corn at the bottom of the cone at Storybook Treats in Fantasyland.

Table service restaurants will add seasonal sweets, too.

  • Tony’s Town Square Restaurant on Main Street, U.S.A., is serving Peanut Butter Chocolate Spider Whoopie Pie, as well as the-popular “bat cake” – a bat-shaped chocolate cake topped with chocolate frosting (available at dinner on party nights only).
  • Be Our Guest Restaurant in New Fantasyland, there’s a blood orange and chocolate cream puff filled with “dripping blood-orange mousse,” and a Poisoned Caramel Apple Cupcake (vanilla with caramelized apples).
  • Cinderella’s Royal Table is featuring the Evil Queen’s “Brew-le,” vanilla crème brûlèe with “eyeballs, bones and bubbled sugar.”
  • Liberty Tree Tavern in Liberty Square is offering a Halloween trio dessert with cake “eyeballs,” pumpkin pudding and almond “witches’ fingers.”

Souvenir popcorn buckets and orange and purple cotton candy are found at carts found throughout the park.


  • Peanut Butter Chocolate Spider Whoopie Pie? Yes, please!

  • Went to several places today to find that they only served these during the party. Bummer. Oh well, the chicken waffle sandwich is great anyway.

  • “The good thing about these treats: you’ll find them in the park all day long.”

    Just went to MK, Storybook Treats and Sleepy Hollow both said they would not be serving until the MNSSHP at 7pm. I went to MK specifically to try these treats and am so disappointed I will not have an opportunity to try them. Will they be available in the park all day later or is this statement wrong?

  • can anyone tell me if any of the baked goods are peanut free? I’d hate to be stuck with pre-packaged options when all of these things look delish.

  • Same exact questions as Patricia above. I’m really curious about all the candy corn flavored products!

  • Yum, yum, YUM!!! I have to ask…what is that parfait that is the third picture? I don’t see a write-up for it. It is the three-layered dessert in a wine glass with the purple table cloth. What does that taste like? I have to know!

    Also, is the “candy corn soft serve” really and truly candy corn flavored…or is it just vanilla and orange flavored? It looks GORGEOUS, but I want to know about the taste.

    And Pam, why can’t we have a picture of those coffin cakes they have at Disney California Adventure? I won’t be in that park until December and the coffin cakes will be gone by then. You have talked about them so much that I want to see one!!!

  • Oh my! These look delicious, I’m not usually a candy corn fan but that soft serve looks amazing!

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