Treats for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and the Magic Kingdom Unveiled

Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party kicks off tomorrow evening (August 17) in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. And just in time, Disney has revealed its not-so-scariest treats to feast on this Halloween season!

Available Daily in the Magic Kingdom

Not-So-Poison Apple Cupcake
Main Street Bakery (Starbucks)
Available until October 31

apple-cupcake-18-001.jpg

This tempting treat is quite appropriately a spiced-apple cupcake with a pecan crunch/praline layer topped with buttercream frosting.


Halloween Cinnamon Roll

Main Street Bakery (Starbucks)
Available until October 31

cinnamon-bun-18-001.jpg

The Mickey-shaped cinnamon roll is available year-round. What makes it special this time of year is the orange spider web topping (instead of traditional white topping) and of course a chocolate spider!

Minnie Witch Brownie
Casey’s Corner
Available until October 31

minnie-bownie-18-001.jpg

This brownie, found at Casey’s Corner, looks like it was flown in by Minnie Mouse on her broom just as depicted on the white chocolate disk topper.

Worms and Dirt
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe
Available daily starting October 1

woms-and-dirt-18-001.jpg

Kids and kids at heart will love this classic treat with a Disney twist. This chocolate pudding comes topped with gluten-friendly cake crumbs, gummy worms and a chocolate gravestone direct from the Haunted Mansion queue. This treat is available exclusively on Halloween Party nights, until it becomes available daily starting October 1.

Zero Waffle Sundae
Sleepy Hollow
Available daily starting October 1

waffle-sundae-18-001.jpg

Jack Skellington’s dog Zero makes an appearance on this pumpkin waffle sundae. The waffles are topped with vanilla ice cream, sprinkles, caramel drizzle. This treat is available exclusively on Halloween Party nights, until it becomes available daily starting October 1.

Maleficent Dessert
Storybook Treats
Available until October 31

maleficent-cone-18-001.jpg

A picture-perfect cone! This black waffle is filled with lime soft-serve and then decorated with purple sugar and chocolate horns to look just like the Sleeping Beauty villain.

Candy Corn Ice Cream
Candy Corn Milkshake

Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies
Available until October 31

candy-corn-cone-18-001.jpg

If you’re a candy corn fan be sure to visit Tomorrowland for your choice of a candy corn soft-serve cone, sundae or milkshake. The shake is new this year — it’s topped with cotton candy and comes with a Mickey-shaped marshmallow.

candy-corn-milkshake-18-002.jpg

Popcorn
Various Popcorn Carts Throughout the Park

halloween-popcorn-bucket-18-001.jpg

Disney released a sneak peek of the popcorn buckets earlier. As a reminder, you can find this at various popcorn stands around the park during the Halloween season.

Exclusively Available During Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

Worms and Dirt
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe

and

Zero Waffle Sundae
Sleepy Hollow

Both of these treats are described above and are available exclusively on Halloween Party nights, until they become available daily starting October 1.

Pumpkin Cheesecake
Main Street Bakery (Starbucks)

pumpkin-cheesecake-18-001.jpg

A chocolate Mickey tops this gluten-friendly dessert. The pumpkin cheesecake sits on a pecan cake crust and glazed with caramel.

Hades Nachos
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe

hades-nachos-18-001.jpg

If you’re looking for a savory treat try the Hades Nachos. Black bean nacho chips are topped with buffalo chicken (described as fiery) and your choice of toppings from the topping bar.

Apple Cider
Warm Caramel-Stuffed Pretzel
Cinnamon Donuts

Cider House (Golden Oak Outpost)

cider-house-18-001.jpg

The Cider House (Golden Oak Outpost in its Halloween disguise) is offering apple cider that you can pair with a warm caramel-stuffed pretzel or cinnamon donuts.

Jack Skellington Cake Push Pop
Sleepy Hollow

jack-skellington-pushpop-18-001.jpg

The popular Jack Skellington Cake Push Pop returns to Sleepy Hollow this year! This layered push-pop style cake is made up of layers of chocolate cake, vanilla buttercream, white and dark chocolate crispy pearls, dark chocolate curls, and of course, a white chocolate Jack Skellington.

Madame Leota Dessert
Liberty Square Market

madame-leota-dessert18-001.jpg

New this year is a Madame Leota Dessert in the perfect crystal ball shape. Madame Leota has created a vanilla tart, then filled it with toasted marshmallow pastry cr̬me Рall topped with crispy pearls, chocolate, and a hard candy garnish.

Hitchhiking Ghost Dessert
Aloha Isle

hitchhiking-ghost-dessert-18-001.jpg

Be sure to pick up the Hitchhiking Ghost dessert made up to look like a Doom Buggy! The Doom Buggy is a cream puff filled with cookies and cream mousse topped with a chocolate piece depicting the well-known ghosts from Haunted Mansion.

Oogie Boogie Meringue
Gaston’s Tavern

oogie-bookie-meringue-18-001.jpg

A pomegranate-cherry gelée is the base of this gluten-friendly dessert. The gelée is topped with a glow-in-the-dark meringue and gummy worms to look just like Oogie Boogie.

Muenster Smash Burger
Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café

muenster-smash-burger-18-001.jpg

Stop by Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe if you are looking for a special sandwich. This Muenster Smash Burger is a monster – a burger served on a black bun with Muenster cheese, tots, and Sriracha aïoli.

Which treat are you most looking forward to enjoying? Let us know in the comments!

Shop Disney Parks items at shopDisney.





3 Replies to “Treats for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and the Magic Kingdom Unveiled”

  1. Everything looks delicious! I’m wondering, does the candy corn ice cream and shake taste like candy corn?!? A candy corn lover could only hope!!!! =)

    DEBK Replies: It wasn’t overly sweet and didn’t taste exactly like candy corn, but it was very good!

  2. I am wondering if any of the special Halloween treats are on the Disney snack plan this year. That info would help us plan our snack credit planning. And is there a page with the pricing on these special desserts on your site?

    DEBK Replies: Most if not all of these treats are a snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan, and we have most of them on the menus of the restaurants where you can find them. But you’re right, it would be helpful to have all the info in one place. We’ll look into updating this page with prices and DDP info. Thanks for the tip!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *