Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is in full swing and will be celebrated on select nights at the Magic Kingdom through November 1. While this specially ticketed event is known for its rare character meet-and-greets and spooky shows, it also has a reputation for featuring some incredible fall-themed foods.
We're here to take a look at 10 of the tastiest things you can try at Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party in 2019. From pumpkin shakes to fiery nachos and zingy slushies, Disney World is bringing out their autumn's best.
We hope you're as hungry as we are because it's time to get a taste of these treats.
There’s no better way to take a sip of autumn than with Disney’s seasonal Pumpkin Spice Milkshake. It’s available all day in Tomorrowland at Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies and comes decorated with candy pumpkins and a Mickey marshmallow straw.
If you’re more of an ice cream person rather than a milkshake person, you should instead try out the pumpkin spice soft-serve sundae. This sweet treat comes topped with caramel sauce and candy corn.
These spicy nachos are available only during the hours of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. Served up at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café in Frontierland, these black bean chips come loaded with buffalo chicken. You can top it off with all your other nacho favorites including sour cream, hot cheese, and other tasty sauces from the topping bar. The best part is that guac does not cost extra.
While you're there, check out Billy's Worms & Dirt. This treat combines chocolate pudding, cake crumbs, gummy worms, and a zombie white chocolate decoration.
Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café will be serving up a party exclusive burger themed after the villain of Toy Story 3. This sandwich consists of a beef patty, brie fondue, strawberry-bacon jam, a giant onion ring, and a bun with Lotso’s face pressed in.
You can actually meet Lotso nearby the location serving up this burger, so make sure you look adequate after-dinner plans.
Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café will additionally be serving a special blue berry blaster drink consisting of blue curaçao syrup, cherry lemonade, and sprite topped with a lemon wheel and raspberries.
If you love Disney Villains as much as you love soft-serve, you won’t want to miss the Maleficent Cone. This creamy treat features lime soft-serve in a black waffle cone. It’s garnished with chocolate horns and purple sugar meaning, yes, it’s almost too pretty to eat.
You can locate the Maleficent Cone at Storybook Treats throughout the next couple of months.
Debuting in September at the same location is a sizzling Snake Eyes drink. This spooky concoction combines Sprite, green apple, and lemonade into one sippable delight. The light-up dice and gummy worms make it Instagram-worthy.
Disney’s is famous for its warm soft pretzels. If you visit during the Halloween season, you’ll be able to try a limited edition caramel-filled one. This savory-sweet snack can be located at Golden Oak Outpost in Frontierland.
While you’re there, you can try some frozen apple cider and sweet cinnamon-sugar donut holes. Sugar coma, anyone?
One of the most notable characters in The Haunted Mansion ride is the axe-bearing bride. If you’ve always dreamed of getting a slice of her wedding cake, now is your chance. During Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, the Liberty Square Popcorn Cart, located in the land it is named for, will be serving up the treat meant for the bride’s ceremony.
The citrus cake is layered with raspberry Bavarian cream and topped with white chocolate glaze. Its garnished with icing pearls, flowers, and the bride’s signature axe.
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The Headless Horseman from The Legend of Sleepy Hollow is known to gallop through the streets during Mickey’s-Not-So-Scary Halloween party. To celebrate this spooky character, you can try some cheesecake themed after him at Sleepy Hollow in Liberty Square.
This sweet creation features pumpkin cheesecake layered with gluten-friendly chocolate cake, chocolate crunchies, orange glaze, and a decorative piece of chocolate. While you’re there, you can also dine on a Chocolate Mickey Waffle Sundae. These Mickey-shaped waffles are served with pumpkin gelato, candy corn, caramel sauce, and sprinkles.
Casey’s Corner located on Main Street, USA will be serving up sippable red slushes. Combining passion fruit, blue curaçao syrup, Sprite, and lemonade, this drink puts the zing into Halloween. It's topped with a chocolate-covered apple slice and serves in a clear cup that shows off its vibrant color.
Also available at Casey's Corner is a Donald-Duck themed brownie. The brownie is topped with a piece of chocolate decorated with a picture of Donald Duck dressed up as a pumpkin.
This spooky Mickey-shaped cinnamon roll is available daily at Main Street Bakery on the street for which it is named. Mickey cinnamon rolls already have a reputation for being pull-apart perfect, but these Halloween-themed ones are even sweeter. They’re covered in orange icing and topped with a chocolate spider web.
While you’re at the Main Street Bakery, you can also check out the Amuck, Amuck, Amuck Cupcake. This Hocus Pocus-themed treat has peanut butter chips, chocolate candy bits, and toffee baked into it. It’s garnished with rich chocolate buttercream and a piece of decorated white chocolate.
Available only during party hours, the carts near Cinderella Castle will be serving up tasty cake pops themed after The Nightmare Before Christmas.
The Sally pop contains gluten-friendly vanilla cake, buttercream, strawberry crispy pearls, and a white chocolate decoration. The Jack pop instead brings together chocolate cake, vanilla buttercream, white and dark chocolate crispy pearls, dark chocolate curls, and a white chocolate decoration.
Whether you're a huge fan of Jack and Sally's movie or just a lover of bite-sized bits of cake, you won't want to miss this one. Jack and Sally can also be met nearby.