5 Halloween Treats to Try at the Magic Kingdom
The temps feel like 100+ degrees outside but believe it or not, Fall is here in Florida. Well, at least the Walt Disney World it is. Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party started this past week and Epcot’s Food & Wine Festival will be starting on August 30th. Despite the heat, the Disney parks team is busy trying to create that crisp fall feeling.
While Epcot’s Food & Wine Festival is the best-known fall options for tastes and treats, the Magic Kingdom now has its own special fall treats this year as well. All of these treats are available during regular operating hours and do not require a special party ticket.
Maleficent Soft Serve Cone
While this treat was created in the image of the Mistress of all evil, its taste is the furthest thing from evil. Featuring Lime soft serve in a black waffle cone (it didn’t taste chocolate to me, but maybe it is) with chocolate horns and purple sugar, this is a most refreshing treat on a hot day. It can be found at Storybook Treats in Fantasyland.
Mickey Spiderweb Halloween Cinnamon Roll
Shaped like Mickey and covered in orange icing spiderweb and a chocolate icing spider, this croissant based roll was flaky and lighter than expected. It was a great way to start the morning and large enough to be shared. It can be found at the Main Street Bakery/Starbucks.
Not-So-Poison Apple Cupcake
Go ahead, take just one bite of this delicious Not-So-Poison Apple Cupcake. This spiced apple cupcake with Pecan Crunch and Buttercream frosting is a definite sweet treat that can be shared. It can be found at the Main Street Bakery/Starbucks.
Candy Apples are delicious year-round treats. Halloween themed Pumpkin Mickey, Jack Skellington and With Minnie are now available and can be found at the Main St. Confectionary or at Big Top Souvenirs in Story Book Circus.
Candy Corn cotton candy, Ice Cream, and even a Milkshake are located throughout the park as well. Cotton Candy can be found at select popcorn carts, while the Ice Cream and Milkshake can be found at Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies in Tomorrowland.
There is definitely something for everyone this season. While traditionally a season known for its candy, Magic Kingdom has so many more options to satisfy the sweet tooth. What are your favorite treats to try throughout the parks?