Disney’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is a treasure trove of spooky treats
Going to Disney in the summer can be fun, but also sweaty and full of long lines since that’s when most of the country is on vacation. That’s why so many Disney fans love going in October when the temps are a little cooler — and the park’s snacks are a lot spookier.
That’s right — Disney has been doing Halloween right for a good 20+ years and that means they have plenty of practice perfecting the cutest and most Instagram-worthy treats for park-goers excited to get their (Not-So-Scary) fright on. It looks like a complete blast.
According to Disney’s Food Blog, the premiere place for the most up-to-date info on all edible Disney things, the party’s already started and will be ongoing through select dates all the way up until October 31st.
That means you still have over two months to nab yourself one of these gorgeous Poison Apple cupcakes.
Or perhaps a Hitchhiking Ghosts dessert?
If you have a serious sweet tooth, this Candy Corn Milkshake has your sugary name on it. If features a giant puff of cotton candy and a Mickey-shaped marshmallow.
Gaston’s Tavern is serving up this Oogie Boogie Meringue complete with gummy worms and a yummy ghost.
The Main Street Bakery has you covered if cinnamon buns and spiders are your jam.
It’s hard to even wrap our heads around all of this delicious cuteness.
And how about this time-honored classic? Worms and Dirt available at Pecos Bill’s. According to Disney Food Blog, this year’s version is gluten free.
As is this drool-worthy Pumpkin Cheesecake.
This year’s Souvenir Popcorn Buckets are basically the cutest ever. The green guy even glows in the dark for maximum adorably spookiness.
At Sleepy Hollow, you can grab yourself a Jack Skellington Push Pop made with chocolate cake, vanilla buttercream, and all kinds of cute chocolate candies.
This Zero Pumpkin Waffle Sundae looks ridiculously tasty and will be available all day, not just the Party nights, starting October 1st.
I need this tart and tangy Maleficent Waffle Cone (the ice cream is lime-flavored) immediately if not sooner.
With a side of Minnie Witch Brownie.
But this Madame Leota Tart may take the cake (see what I did there?) for most whimsical treat of all.
With so many delectable options, you pretty much can’t go wrong. It’s all at Disney until Halloween, so enjoy!
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