It’s Pumpkin Time at Disney Parks!

Alex Dunlap

by , Food & Beverage Communications Coordinator

The fall season is always full of those beloved pumpkin-flavored drinks and dishes. As an avid pumpkin fan, I love visiting the parks and tasting all of the special dishes that our talented chefs have created for guests to enjoy. In addition to the popular Pumpkin Spice Latte, there is a variety of pumpkin-flavored offerings available at both Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort. Here’s just a few of the many dishes we’re cooking up this year!

Pumpkin Waffles at Sleep Hollow in Magic Kingdom Park”]
Pumpkin Pancakes at Kona Café at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

At Walt Disney World Resort, Sleepy Hollow in Magic Kingdom Park is now serving up Mickey Pumpkin Waffles all day! Served with vanilla ice cream and spooky Halloween sprinkles, you won’t want to miss these delicious waffles, only available through Nov. 1.

If you prefer pancakes over waffles, then you’ll want to try the scrumptious Pumpkin Pancakes at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. Featured on the breakfast menu at Kona Café through Oct. 31, these pancakes are topped with pumpkin-flavored cream cheese and served with syrup and your choice of bacon, ham or sausage.

Pumpkin Bundt Cake at Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter

Pumpkin Milkshake and Almond Cookies at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge”]
Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins at Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts

Other unique offerings at Walt Disney World Resort include a yummy pumpkin milkshake served with almond butter cookies, available at Artist Point in Disney’s Wilderness Lodge; a pumpkin spice funnel cake in the American Adventure at Epcot; pumpkin beignets and pumpkin Bundt cakes at Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory in Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter; and pumpkin cream cheese muffins at Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts.

Pumpkin Churros at Disneyland Resort”]
Pumpkin Muffins at Disneyland Resort

On the west coast, Disneyland Resort has crafted a few pumpkin inspirations of their own. In Disney California Adventure Park, Pacific Wharf Café is serving up pumpkin raisin bread pudding; you can also mosey on over to the Cozy Cone Motel to order a special Halloween-themed pumpkin churro. Throughout Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park, you’ll be able to find even more pumpkin treats, such as pumpkin fudge, pumpkin muffins, and those classic pumpkin spice lattes. Remember, these are only available through Oct. 31 at Disneyland Resort.

So be on the look-out for all of the pumpkin-flavored treats we have to offer this year at both Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort, and let us know what your favorite is!


  • Oh goodness. Please tell me these come in gluten free and nut free options. Please please please.

  • Is Disney food managers or marketing aware that pumpkin season goes through November. What do we eat at Thanksgiving…..Pumpkin Pie! Please extend through November so I can eat pumpkin at both parks when I visit them.


  • I visisted Disneyland earlier this month and tried the pumpkin spice churros in Downtown Disney! They are AMAZING! Not to be missed, for sure.

  • I love the pumpkin seasonal treats! Wishing they would have them in WDW in September and October, not just October. Please consider starting them at the same time the Halloween parties begin. We love to visit in September and unless it’s a treat at the Halloween Party, most of these offerings are not available yet.

  • Sure would love that recipe for the pumpkin cream cheese muffins! 😉

    …or delivery to MA??? LOL

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