Six Fright-Filled Treats to Try During Halloween Time at Disneyland

Oct 10, 2018
the boogie man at Disneyland Park with bats flying around him

At the Disneyland Resort, Halloween is the spookiest time of year and also arguably the most delicious. This year’s celebration offers even more eye-catching food specials than ever before. Make sure to hit up these hot spots for the hungry during your visit.

1. Disneyland Park Churros

These churros are scary… scary good that is! Across Disneyland, you will find churros in different colors and flavors like pumpkin spice, purple sugar, sour watermelon and s’mores. These treats will certainly set Halloween season off right. Around five-and-a-half million people consume Disneyland churros a year, proving their popularity.

2. Pumpkin Spice Mickey Beignets from the Mint Julep Bar

Soft and lightly-spiced, these pumpkin spice beignets may be even tastier than the classic version. The beignets are shaped like Mickey’s head, which sounds scary to eat, but it’s certainly a tasty treat. Wash down your beignets with some hot chocolate, tea, fountain beverages and, of course, non-alcoholic mint juleps.

3. Halloween Candy at Marceline’s Confectionery

Marceline’s Confectionery is the place to be if you’re looking for Halloween-inspired desserts. The candied apples are very popular, and themes include Evil Queen, Minnie Witch and skull apples.

There are also crispy treats to sink your fangs into such as the Mickey Mouse Mummy Crispy Treat, the Oogie Boogie Crispy Treat, and Maleficent Crispy Treat. Jack Skellington and Bat cake pops are other high-flying options. And don’t forget the Pumpkin Fudge and Mummy Marshmallows.

4. Mansion Spider Bundt Cake from the French Market

In this web of sugary goodness, you’ll eat spiders and like it (we promise they’re not real). This chocolate Bundt cake features a chocolate spider and green icing, perfectly tying in Halloween’s colors. If you’re near the French Market, stop in and give it a try.

5. Orange Sugar Skull Pot de Crème from Rancho del Zocalo

Another tasty selection available at Rancho del Zocalo, Frontierland’s Mexican eatery, offers this sugar skull-themed custard dessert. We’ll take two, please.

6. Bat Wing Raspberry Sundae from Clarabelle’s Hand-Scooped Ice Cream

The Bat Wing raspberry sundae is a white chocolate and raspberry swirl ice cream, combining a raspberry splatter, red sprinkles, whipped cream, and a bat wing cookie. A terrifyingly tasty selection.

After a long day of eating all these treats, slip into a sweet sleep at Camelot Inn & Suites, just minutes from Disneyland. Book your stay today!

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