If you are a food lover, then you will love attending Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. There are so many unique festive eats that it can be challenging to decide on what’s worth it! While many of these food items can be found inside the parks, there are several
Pumpkin Spice Milkshake
You can find the Pumpkin Spice Milkshake at Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies in the Magic Kingdom. This treat is available all fall long, but we don’t know exactly when they will take this drink away for the season! While this treat is done up in many different ways, this milkshake is gluten-free and topped with a Mickey marshmallow treat, candy pumpkins, and whipped cream to create this festive Halloween treat. This milkshake will cost you $7.99.
Maleficent Waffle Cone
While a traditional soft serve ice cream might not sound like the most amazing Halloween treat, you can’t beat this! This cone is made if a key lime soft-serve ice cream cone with two edible chocolate horns served in a black waffle cone! If you aren’t a fan of lime flavor then I would probably skip this one. I really enjoyed it and found it to be really refreshing. No pick because it basically started to melt the minute they handed it to me. Thanks to the Florida weather. You can find this cone at Story Book Treats. The cost for this cone is $5.39.
Constance’s for Better or For Worse Wedding Cake
This small little cake can be found in Liberty Square at one of the popcorn carts! This delicious cake is citrus-scented! It has a white chocolate glaze with tiny icing pearls, flowers, and a Bavarian raspberry cream to make it look like a small wedding cake! The final touch is a chocolate edible
This little cake was $7.50.
Fall Rice Krispy Treat
My final and possibly, my favorite snack that I had while at the party was a simple fall iced Rice Krispy treat. The bottom half of this treat was a standard rice Krispy treat, but with a nice fall touch! The rice Krispy treat is coated with a beautiful orange frosting giving it that perfect fall touch!
Amuck, Amuck, Amuck Cupcake
I was actually able to snag this beauty when I was at Magic Kingdom during the day but this Halloween cupcake was too cute not to mention. This Candy cupcake (looked like a funfetti cake to me) had peanut butter chip, chocolate candy bits and toffee filled with caramel sauce! Even though it sounds like the sweetest thing ever I found it to be really balanced. The buttercream was light and the chocolate cauldron was not overpowering at all. My favorite part had to be the white chocolate Sanderson Sister right on top. Find this treat at Main Street Bakery for $7.99
Other notable treats
While I wasn’t able to eat every single snack in the parks, there are a few honorable mentions that were worth noting! I’ve also included where you can get these treats as well below:
- Pumpkin Spice Soft Serve Sundae at Aunty Gravity’s Galactic Goodies
- Snake Eyes at Storybook Treats
- Jack and Sally Push-Up Cake Pops (you can find these at just about every snack cart near Cinderella’s Castle)
- Now Begin Thy Magic Spell at Casey’s Corner
- Headless Horseman Cheesecake at Sleepy Hollow
While you may not be able to try every single thing in the park during the party, hopefully, this post gives you a better idea of what’s worth eating at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.
Now I want to hear, what’s your favorite Mickeys Not So Scary Halloween Party Treat?
Leave me a comment and let me know what I definitely have to try on my next visit.
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