Over at Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom is gearing up to hold the greatest family-friendly Halloween Party of all time – Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. And what would a Halloween Party be without ghoulish snacks and grisly beverages? With the fun kicking off as early as this Friday, we take a look at some of the treats you could be chowing down on on your visit to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party…
Jack Skellington Vanilla Panna Cotta
Starting things off with one of the most eye-catching Halloween treats on sale at the park, it’s got to be this Halloween inspired dessert. The treat comes loaded with chocolate cake, vanilla buttercream and dark chocolate and can be found at Sleepy Hollow in Liberty Square. Halloween fans will also have the chance to meet Jack Skellington and girlfriend Sally in a unique meet and greet opportunity in the Town Square area of Main Street.
Pumpkin Cheesecake Dome
You can pick this unique autumnal treat up from Main Street Bakery and Gaston’s Tavern. The dome is made up of an orange white chocolate glaze on a graham cracker streusel base, topped with a white chocolate Mickey.
Worms and Dirt Taco Gravestone
This might look like a weird one, but we’re assured it tastes delicious! Made with chocolate cake, mousse, Oreos and – thankfully - gummy worms this treat has been cleverly designed to look like worms emerging from the soil of a graveyard!
Haunted Mansion Desserts
There are four versions of these desserts available at different venues within the parks – see if you can spot (and try!) them all. First of all head to Storybook Treats, where you can pick up a fruity treat - chocolate tart filled with lemon curd, strawberry compote and covered in strawberry mousse, with a Haunted House scene on the white chocolate coating.
Another fruity version can be found at Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies, where you can pick up a chocolate tart filled with raspberry compote and topped with white chocolate mousse and a white chocolate portrait.
If you’re all about the chocolate though, you’ll want to try out Aloha Isle’s version – chocolate smooth ganache topped with Oreo panna cotta and a white chocolate topping, yum! Or, head to Liberty Square Market for chocolate tart filled with chocolate ganache
Pumpkin Mickey Waffle
Served with vanilla ice cream, this autumnal take on a Walt Disney World classic is bound to send guests into a spin. The dessert is topped off with orange and black Halloween sprinkles and can be picked up at Sleepy Hollow in Liberty Square.
Other Ghoulish Snacks
- Chocolate Crisped Rice Treats
- Vampire Mickey Brownies
- Candy Corn Ice Cream
- Mickey’s Halloween Cupcake (available all day)
- Mickey-shaped Cinnamon Roll (available all day)
- Pumpkin-flavoured ice-cream parlour (available all day)
It’s all treats and no tricks at Magic Kingdom this autumn! Remember, if you want to try some of these tasty treats they will be found exclusively at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, which is a separately ticketed event.
To find out more about this spook-tacular event and to buy tickets, click here.
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