Disney Parks and the Disney Cruise Line are celebrating Halloween daily. And they have been since the very end of August. Disney World, Disneyland and the entire fleet of Disney Cruise ships are dressed in their spooky best. And there’s something for everyone!
Magic Kingdom’s Main Street Bakery is serving some ghoulishly-good treats and desserts. The Pumpkin Cheesecake is a gluten-friendly treat made with gluten-free vanilla pecan cake and caramel glaze. A chocolate Mickey head sits on top. The Not-So-Poison Apple Cupcake is as creepy as it is delicious. It’s a gigantic spiced apple cupcake with pecan praline on top. Buttercream comes next, followed by a half-dome of red buttercream. On top of the dome is a mirror glaze surface of red lustre spray. The outer edges have cracked red candy pieces that look like broken glass. This mountain of sin is topped with white icing and a licorice piece to look like the apple’s stem.
During select party nights at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, Sleepy Hollow Refreshments at Liberty Square offers the Jack Skellington Push Pop. It’s the 25th anniversary of The Nightmare Before Christmas, and Disney is celebrating!
At Disneyland Resort’s Central Bakery, lead pastry chef Edgar Urtola guides his team in the creation of the Haunted Mansion Holiday Gingerbread house. It was made with 90 pounds of gingerbread, 10 pounds of white chocolate, 45 pounds of fondant and 30 pounds of powdered sugar.
The team also constructed an edible giant 5-foot long spider. The creepy arachnid boasts movable legs and glowing eyes. The gingerbread house is suspended from the Haunted Mansion’s Grand Hall. The spider was made to look like it’s trying to pull the gingerbread mansion off its base.
The Disney Cruise line is celebrating fleet-wide with Halloween on the High Seas. There are tricks and treats for everyone. Enjoy mask-making, pumpkin carving, ghost stories and costume contests. Mickey’s Mouse-querade Party is fun for the whole family!
Don’t miss any of the eerie fun at Disney World, Disneyland and aboard the Disney Cruise Line. Happy haunting!