With fall in full swing, we can’t help but daydream of heading off to the Parks for a day filled with Halloween fun! From sweet treats to spooky decor, there is so much to take in during Halloween Time at Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resort. Lucky for you, we’ve rounded up the must-eat and must-buy items so you can plan your next visit!
Hitchhiking Ghost Dessert
This Doom Buggy-Inspired Cream Puff is available at Magic Kingdom Park‘s Aloha Isle (only on nights of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party). It looks nearly too fun to eat! We certainly wouldn’t mind if one of these ghost-adorned treats followed us home.
Mickey & Friends Halloween Kitchen Towel
Pick up these adorable Mickey & Friends dish towels during your visit to Disney World or Disneyland to bring the magic home for the whole season.
Spooky Mickey Cinnamon Roll
Complete with a chocolate spider web, this seasonal Mickey Cinnamon Roll is what we’ve got our eye on. It can be found at Main Street Bakery within Magic Kingdom—and yes, it’s THAT good!
Oogie Boogie Popcorn Bucket
We’re not joking—this Oogie Boogie Popcorn Bucket is one of the newest pieces of merchandise you’ll find at popcorn carts throughout Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park! It will make the perfect addition to your ever-growing Disney popcorn bucket collection.
Jack Skellington Cake Push Pop
Snacking through the Parks has brought us many delightful cakes, but none quite as striking as this one featuring the Pumpkin King! Jack Skellington looks simply regal, slyly peering out over this tasty treat. Pick one up at Sleepy Hollow within Magic Kingdom—only available during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.
Poison Apple Mug
We love how realistic this poison apple mug looks—straight out of Snow White. Purchase The Evil Queen’s creation at Disneyland, then take it home and sip on all your festive fall beverages!
Zero Waffle Sundae
These pumpkin waffles sport everyone’s favorite ghostly pup Zero, and are topped off with yummy vanilla ice cream, a caramel drizzle, and sprinkles. They’re frightfully tasty, and available at Sleepy Hollow within Magic Kingdom.
For more Disney magic, check out this DIY Main Street Mickey Pumpkin: