We Ate EVERY Exclusive Snack at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party in Disney World

If you’re partying with us, then you’re not going to go hungry.

Quincy with Plaza Ice Cream

The party in question is Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, which officially kicked off on August 11th. Here, you’ll find exclusive merchandise, meet-and-greets with beloved Disney characters, and of course — some exclusive treats that you won’t be able to get anywhere else. These treats are one of our favorite parts about the Halloween Parties, and tonight, we’re going to be trying ALL of them. The best part? We’re taking you with us.

There are over 20 Halloween Party-exclusive snacks available at this year’s Halloween Party. It’s a good thing we wore our stretchy pants. Let’s go!

Cheshire Cafe

First up, we tried the MMMummy Treat, which is a flaky pastry filled with chocolate-hazelnut filling and topped with white icing stripes and sugar eyes.


This treat is available for $5.79. 

Next, we tried the Queen of Hearts Slushy, which is a frozen cherry slushy drizzled with black cherry purée and topped with whipped cream and a crown-shaped chocolate piece. This one is available during regular park hours.

Queen of Hearts Slushy

This one is $5.99.

We also tried the Witch’s Cold Brew, which is $5.29. This is a french vanilla cold brew made with Joffrey’s coffee. It’s topped with pumpkin-spiced foam and halloween sprinkles. This drink is also available during regular park hours.

Witch’s Cold Brew

Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe

First up, we tried the Terrifyin’ Twice-Spiced Chicken Sandwich, which is a spicy fried chicken breast dipped in hot honey and topped with pepper jack cheese, jalapeño poppers, and bacon. This sandwich is $12.99.

Twice Spiced Chicken Sandwich

You can also get the Snarling Sub: a meatball sub with spicy marinara, pesto and pearl mozzarella “teeth” served on a black roll. It’s $11.99.

Snarling Sub

For dessert, you can grab the Zombie Fingers, which are almond cookie fingers served with key lime pie white chocolate ganache, salted caramel crisp pearls, and sugar eyes. The Zombie fingers are $6.49.

Zombie Fingers

Last but not least from Cosmic Ray’s, you can get the River Stix Elixir, which is a kiwi lemonade with luster dust. It’s non-alcoholic and $5.49.

Stix Elixir

The Friar’s Nook

First up, we tried the Pain and Panic Brat, which is a bratwurst, sweet and spicy onion relish, and sriracha mustard. You can grab it for $11.99.

Pain and Panic Brat

You can also get the Pain and Panic Loaded Tots, which are tater tots topped with sweet and spicy onion relish, sriracha mustard, and crumbled bratwurst.

You can get your own tots for $11.49.

Loaded Tots

We also tried the Buffalo Chicken Hand Pie with spicy ranch drizzle and blue cheese powder. This dish is $9.99.

Buffalo Chicken Hand Pie

Golden Oak Outpost

At Golden Oak, you can get the Loaded Sweet Potato Fries, which are tossed in cinnamon sugar and topped with marshmallow cream, butterscotch chips, and toffee pieces for $6.99.

Loaded Sweet Potato Fries

Main Street Bakery 

From Main Street Bakery, you can get the party-exclusive Minnie-shaped Pumpkin Cheesecake, which is a pumpkin cheesecake and pumpkin coffee mousse topped with a white chocolate candy corn bow.

Minnie’s Pumpkin Cheesecake

You can grab it for $6.29.







Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe

We tried three treats here!






First, we tried the Cajun Burger, which is a Cajun-spiced all-beef patty topped with fried green tomato, Cajun Andouille dip, and Creole remoulade served on a black bun. It’s $14.99.

Cajun Burger

With that, we got the Bowl of Bones, which are Bone-in piggy wings fried with fresh jalapeños tossed in Coca-Cola Cherry barbecue sauce. These are $12.99.

Bowl of Bones

For dessert, we grabbed the Candy Corn Milkshake, which is a sweet corn soft-serve topped with whipped cream and sweet potato corn bread nuggets. It’s available for $8.49.

Candy Corn Milkshake

Plaza Ice Cream Parlor

Here, we grabbed the Apple Fritter Sundae, which consists of apple fritters topped with choice of ice cream, whipped cream, and sprinkles. It’s available for $8.29.

Apple Fritter Sundae

The Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich consists of cookies topped with sprinkles with choice of ice cream!





You can grab it for $7.29.

Ice Cream Sandwich

We got ours with cookies and creme ice cream.

Sleepy Hollow 

First, we tried the Char Siu Chicken Wings, which are whole chicken wings glazed in char siu and topped with chili threads and garlic. They’re $10.99.

Char Siu Wings

For the first dessert, we tried the Headless Horseman Cupcake. This is a yellow cupcake topped with cream cheese buttercream, spicy cheese-flavored snacks, and a chocolate piece. It’s $8.99.

Headless Horseman Cupcake

Last but not least at Sleepy Hollow, we got the Cinnamon Funnel Cake.

Cinnamon Funnel Cake

This is a funnel cake topped with pumpkin ice cream, drizzled with pumpkin spiced caramel, and topped with butterscotch chips.




It’s available for $8.29.

Storybook Treats

Here, we tried the Hades Cone, which is DOLE Whip mango and habanero soft-serve topped with blue raspberry shell and chili-lime seasoning. It’s $7.23.

Hades Cone

Sunshine Tree Terrace

At Sunshine Tree Terrace, we tried the Tropical Graveyard, which is mango mousse and sour tropical gelatin topped with cookie crumbles, gummy worm, sprinkles, and a tombstone chocolate piece. It’s $5.99!

Tropical Graveyard

Churro Cart Near Cinderella Castle

Here, we grabbed the Jack Pop, which is a chocolate fudge brownie with marshmallow filling and topped with a Jack chocolate piece. You can grab it for $5.75.

Jack Pop

We also got the Sally Pop, which is a yellow pop with raspberry filling topped with a Sally chocolate piece.



It’s $5.75.

Sally Pop

Outdoor Vending Cart Near Haunted Mansion

For our last snack, we tried the Skull Brownie, which is a Mexican-spiced chocolate brownie with dulce de leche filling and sugar eyes.

What nightmares are made of?

It’s available for $5.25.


Whew! There were so many tasty treats available at this year’s Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. Make sure to follow along for more Disney news and updates so that you don’t miss a thing!

Looking for some spooky merchandise? Click here to check out the party-exclusive merchandise for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party!

Which of these treats do you want to try the most? Let us know in the comments!

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2 Replies to “We Ate EVERY Exclusive Snack at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party in Disney World”

    1. Hi Crystal! You can get a regular funnel cake at all times, but the special funnel cake is only available during the party.