Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party Has Some Spooky Yummy Treats On The Menu This Year

Sweater weather and pumpkin spice galore is coming WAY sooner than you think. And I am beaming with excitement because Fall means Halloween and Halloween means epic festivities. Nobody does Halloween though quite like Disney, especially their desserts. Walt Disney has released some spooky Halloween treats for 2018, many of which are available for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party starts in August with four nights of fun throughout the month; in September there will be 12 party nights; and in October 18 nights are dedicated to the ghoulish holiday. Warning though, the event has separate ticket from park admission, so you will have to get at least a one-day, one park pass to the Magic Kingdom. Then you will have to purchase a different ticket for the Halloween party, which is an additional $85 for adults. It’s expensive, but honestly worth it. Not only do you get to ride your favorite rides, but you trick or treat around the park, watch Mickey’s Halloween Parade, take in a special Halloween inspired firework show, visit some of your favorite villians, and go see a Hocus Pocus show. Kind of wishing I lived in Florida right now, but I’ll have to instead live vicariously through my sisters insta photos. 

The ticket also means access to the sweet treats the Disney Parks have available. Many of the treats (not all), according to the Disney Parks Blog, are available on the celebration nights

Here are all 14 Halloween desserts available at the Magic Kingdom this Halloween season:

1. Not-So-Poison Apple Cupcake

You can find this Snow White inspired poison apple at the Main Street Bakery on Main Street USA. It's a spiced apple cupcake topped with buttercream and peacan's for an added crunch.

2. Minnie Witch Brownie

Available at Casey's Corner on Main Street USA, enjoy an edible design of Minnie Mouse on white chocolate and a fudgy brownie.

3. Halloween Cinnamon Roll 

You can get three cinnamon rolls all in one at the Main Street Bakery, since the treat is shaped like Mickey's head. It's topped with an orange frosting drizzle, and a chocolate spider web. 

4. Pumpkin Cheescake 

Pumpkin spice and everything nice. This gluten-friendly Pumpkin Cheesecake features a vanilla pecan cake, caramel glaze, and a chocolate pumpkin Mickey. Just so you know, this is available at the Main Street Bakery on celebration nights, so plan accordingly! It surely is a ghoulish delight. 

5. Candy Corn Ice Cream


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For all my candy corn lovers, you can find the yummy soft-serve at Auntie Gravity's Galactic Goodies. It also can be served in a cone or as a sundae! 

6. Candy Corn Milkshake 

If you thought a cone & sundae wasn't enough, you can also get a candy corn milkshake at Auntie Gravity's! The bright orange shake is topped with cotton candy and a Mickey shaped marshmellow. 

7. Worms And Dirt 

Disney takes this classic Halloween concept to a delicious level. In a coffin-shaped holder, the treat features chocolate pudding, gluten-free cake crumbs, gummy worms, and a chocolate grave stone. Available at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe in Frontierland and only on party nights. 

8. Oogie Boogie Meringue 

A twist on the classic worms and dirt, that brings us a Nightmare Before Christmas vibe. It has pomegranate-cherry gelée with gummy worms and a glow in the dark meringue (how cool is that!?) Bonus it is also gluten-friendly! You can find this treat at Gaston's Tavern and only on party nights. 

9. Hitchhiking Ghost Dessert 

I'm honestly hyped about this one, mainly because the Haunted Mansion ride is one of my favorites. At Aloha Isle in Adventureland you can get a Doom buggy themed creme puff filled with cookies and creme mouse. Then to finish the dessert there's a chocolate topper with the three hitchhiking ghosts. Also, it's available only on celebration nights.

10. Maleficent Dessert

At Storybook Treats in Fantasyland, you can get an icecream cone that looks just like Maleficent! It comes in a black waffle cone thats filled with lime soft serve. It's then topped with purple sugar and chocolate horns. It's epic and a must try! 

11. Jack Skellington Cake Push Pop

This layered push pop creation comes with chocolate cake, vanilla buttercream, and white and dark chocolate pearls. On top there is a white chocolate Jack Skellington and dark chocolate curls. It looks bone-rattlingly yummy! Grab it at Sleepy Hollow in Liberty Square on party nights only.

12. Warm Caramel-Stuffed Pretzel and Cinnamon Doughnuts 

Stuffed caramel pretzels....that's all I have to say. Available at "The Cider House" in Frontierland on party nights only. 

13. Madame Leota Dessert

The Haunted Mansion medium is in the regions beyond at the Liberty Square Market. It's a vanilla tart filled with a toasted marshmallow pastry creme. On top there is crispy pearls, chocolate, and hard candy. And it's only available on party nights.

14. Zero Waffle Sundae

It's our favorite ghostly side kick Zero. Not only does this treat come with pumpkin waffles, but it's topped with vanilla ice cream, sprinkles, and caramel. Get this treat at Sleepy Hollow in Liberty Square on party nights. 

So excited to see all the Disney fans go wild with all of these snacks on Instagram this fall.