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Halloween Time Snacks and Sweets at Disneyland Resort

Rachel Bshero

by , Food & Beverage Marketing Communications Coordinator

Halloween Time is upon us, so we’ve scared up some new snacks and sweets at Disneyland Resort, available now through November 2. Being the perpetual snacker that I am, I’m excited to give you a taste of what’s new.

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While you’re experiencing Dia De Los Muertos in Frontierland, mosey on over to the The Golden Horseshoe for Ice Cream Nachos. Your choice of ice cream will be smothered in hot fudge, whipped cream and chocolate chips, with waffle cone pieces as the ‘nachos.’

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A short walk away in New Orleans Square, you’ll find piping hot Banana Fritters at Royal Street Veranda. Then, stroll on over to the Mint Julep Bar and quench your thirst with the sweet Raspberry Magnolia Lemonade. While you’re there, don’t forget to order up some beignets. These must-have Disneyland favorites are made with pumpkin for the season and are to die for.

Tip: Pumpkin Beignets are also available at Cafe Orleans.

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During a recent trip into the park, fellow Disney Parks Blog authors and friends Michelle Harker and Tyler Slater sampled and raved about the Apple Pie Funnel Cake from Hungry Bear Restaurant in Critter Country, a tasty twist on an American classic. At Tomorrowland Terrace, celebrate back-to-school season with Monster’s University! Show your Monster’s U pride with French Fries covered in Parmesan Ranch ‘Ooze’ and a Mike Wazowski Crispy Treat.

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Spending the day at Disney California Adventure park? Be sure to try my top picks – the Caramel Apple Smoothie from Schmoozies and the Warm Apple Maple Cake from Taste Pilots’ Grill. As you can tell, I’m a sucker for anything apple.

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Still hungry for some sweet treats? You’ll find a classic Mickey Pumpkin Cupcake at Disneyland park and Disneyland Hotel, while Disney California Adventure park pays homage to everyone’s favorite sea witch with an Ursula Cupcake. During your travels through the bakery, keep an eye out for a Vampire Mickey Bat Cookie. Don’t worry, this vampire can go into the sunlight.

Have you tried any of the seasonal snacks at Disneyland Resort? What’s your favorite? Let me know in the comments below.

Comments

  • Will they only have pumpkin beignets or regular ones during October? I’m not much of a pumpkin person myself.

  • We tried the Apple Pie Funnel Cake and it was AMAZING!!! YUMMY!!!

  • Do you happen to know if any of these new Halloween Time snacks are Vegan-friendly?

  • THAT FUNNEL CAKE LOOKS AMAZING.

  • Are the banana fritters at Royal Street Veranda anything like the fritters they used to serve at the Mint Julep Bar? We were disappointed in the beignets a few weeks ago. We wanted the fritters with the apple dipping sauce like they used to have. It would be great to know if we could get those somewhere else in the park.

  • My visit simply doesn’t last long enough to fit all this food in!

    • I know the feeling, Hilary!

  • I really wish Walt Disney World would get more of the great fall food options that they get in California. Every year I am so envious of the treats that show up out there, and so disappointed by how lacking the themed fall food is down here!

  • I tasted the Candy Corn chocolate caramel apple last weekend and it was sweet and delicious. I’m planning to try the Apple Pie Funnel Cake on the next visit.

    • Enjoy! 🙂

  • Great post Rachel! Can’t wait to try the Raspberry Magnolia Lemonade. Keep ’em coming!!

    • Thanks, Elaine!

  • Is the Apple Pie Funnel Cake from Hungry Bear Restaurant in Critter Country going to still be available in November?! Is so I know what I am having come November!

    • Yes, the Apple Pie Funnel Cake will still be available in November!

  • Can’t wait to try that Apple Pie Funnel Cake. It looks amazing!

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