Must-Try Disney Halloween Treats

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These Disney Halloween Treats Are Available for a Limited Time

Halloween Time at the parks is almost here – and that means it’s time to get ready for giant pumpkins, fun costumes, and delectable treats. During the fall, guests can enjoy Disney Halloween treats for a limited time. There’s something for everyone – from the Minnie fan to the Nightmare Before Christmas fanatic.

Check out what Disneyland has to offer this Halloween.

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Candy Apples

Disney parks are known for their beautifully decorated candied apples. Whether you’re in the mood for caramel or hard candy, be sure to bite into one of these Disney Halloween treats. Disneyland will be offering specially themed candy apples during Halloween Time at the park. Guests can choose between a Minnie Witch, Poison Skull or Jack Skellington apple. The Minnie Witch apple is coated in chocolate and decorated with purple sugar crystals.

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Day of the Dead

This year the parks will also offer Day of the Dead inspired treats. Guests can look forward to Calaveras-decorated apples, holiday themed crispy treats, and cake pops. Calaveras are sugar skulls, a common gift given to children or used to decorate for Day of the Dead celebrations.

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And Even More Desserts

Other sweet treats offered at the park will include Mummy cake pops, Mummy crispy treats, Jack O’ Lantern marshmallow wands and pumpkin fudge. Your favorite park bakeries will also be serving Disney Halloween cupcakes.

Halloween Time Desserts

Where to Find Them

Your favorite Disney Halloween treats can be found throughout Disneyland and California Adventure parks starting this month. The bakery on Main Street U.S.A. is a great place to pick up your candy apple or fudge at the beginning or end of your park visit. Visit the Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe for a cupcake or pumpkin flavored dessert. Not visiting the park? You can find these cute treats at Marceline’s Confectionery located in Downtown Disney. The World of Disney store will also be selling Halloween themed confections and merchandise.

Michelle McKinley is a journalist and digital marketer from Los Angeles, CA. She earned her Journalism degree from Pepperdine University, and has been writing for the web since 2003. She’s a life-long Disney fan who travels and writes about her experiences for fun.

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