Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Food Has Arrived

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party officially kicks off tonight with the first party of the season! We are so excited to show you all of the incredible tasty eats and treats you can find.

Our first stop was, of course, Main Street Bakery where they are serving up the Not-So-Poison Apple Cupcake and the Halloween Cinnamon Roll.

These are a great way to start the party!

The Not-So-Poison Apple Cupcake is a Red Spiced Jumbo Apple Cupcake with Pecan Crunch and Buttercream. It’s priced at $6.99 or one snack credit on any Disney dining plan.

The not so spooky Halloween Cinnamon Roll has an orange glaze with a chocolate spider web on top. It’s priced at $6.29 and is also considered a snack credit on any Disney dining plan.

Next, we took a trip over to Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies to check out their Candy Corn frozen treats.

You can get a Candy Corn soft serve in a cone or cup for $3.99 (or a snack credit).

Or, you can grab a Candy Corn Milkshake! This is a great way to spend a snack credit as it’s priced at $7.99.

Candy Corn Cotton Candy is available for $5 at the popcorn stands.

Everyone always loves the Disney apples so let’s take a look at this year’s candied apples at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party!

Jack ‘o’ lantern Mickey is ready to party!

I love this caramel and white chocolate covered apple! Look familiar?

Jack Skellington is also a part of the spooky fun.

And of course, Minnie is dressed to impress. Even on an apple!

The crispy rice treats are themed in Mickey pumpkin and Mickey mummy decor!

We can’t forget about the incredible cake pops made with chocolate cake.

There are plenty of spooky treats to choose from!

The Maleficent Waffle Cone is probably my favorite. It’s a lime soft serve in a black waffle cone, complete with chocolate horns. Find it at Storybrook Treats!

Take a look at this Minnie witch brownie! Super cute!!

Next up, we have the Zero Waffle Sundae. This is a Pumpkin Flavored Waffle Sundae with Ice Cream and a Caramel Drizzle.

The Jack Skellington Push Pop is absolutely incredible! It has chocolate cake, vanilla buttercream, white chocolate and dark chocolate crisp pearls with a white chocolate Jack on top.

It’s our very own Sally’s favorite! (aka Whitney Watts)

Check out the Madame Leota Tart. How neat is this? This incredible treat is a tart filled with toasted marshmallow pastry creme. Delicious!

If you are a Haunted Mansion fan, you won’t want to miss out on the Hitchhiking Ghost Dessert.

This creme puff is filled with cookies and creme frosting.

Let’s head on over to Golden Oak.

This delicious Chilled Apple Cider is a great way to cool down after partying with ghosts and goblins.

Caramel pretzels run amuck, amuck, amuck! They are stuffed with caramel sauce.

The last party treat found at Golden Oak Outpost is the Cinnamon Donuts. Who could pass these up??

You better pay attention now, at Gaston’s Tavern. The glow-in-the dark Oogie Boogie Meringue dessert is served over pomegranate-cherry gelée with gummy worms. The creepy villain from The Nightmare Before Christmas in dessert from for just $4.99.

Things are getting hot at Pecos Bill’s on Halloween Party nights! The Hades Nachos are wickedly delicious. Black bean nacho chips are topped off with yummy cheese sauce and tasty shredded buffalo chicken. Best of all you can dress them up how ever you like with the infamous Pecos Bill’s topping bar too. These hot and tasty nachos are available for $12.79.

Another fun snack from Pecos Bill’s is the Worms & Dirt. This is a popular favorite returning for another year.

At the Main Street Bakery you can treat your pumpkin loving sweet tooth with the Pumpkin Cheesecake! This silky and rich cheesecake has a pecan cake crush, and the most adorable chocolate Mickey pumpkin decoration!

Last, but certainly not least is the Muenster Smash Burger from Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café. This monstrous burger is big, and spicy! It’s definitely a mouth full with tater tots, muenster cheese, and bacon piled high on a black bun. There’s a zest of spice from a Sriracha aïoli, that gives it a bit more depth. We’re sad to report by the time we got to feast upon this burger beast, the black bun was all sold out, however it was still a tasty and filling entree!

Stay tuned with us throughout the night as we bring you more amazingly spooky treats and eats from the first Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween party of the season!

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