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Disneyland Halloween Frightfully Fun Foods

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One of my favorite things to do when visiting the Disneyland Resort during Halloween Time is to try all of the tasty treats and savory foods. This year, Disneyland has brought back many of our favorite Halloween treats, and have added a lot of new things for your family to try when visiting this holiday season. These are some of the Halloween foods that you’ll not want to miss trying when visiting Disneyland this Halloween.

Cake Pops and Caramel Apples
One of my favorite things to get during Halloween Time at Disneyland are caramel apples. Disneyland has a wide variety of cake pops available for your family to enjoy.

Spoke-y Cone Macaron
This tasty treat is filled with marshmallow buttercream and candy corn. It can be found at the Cozy Cone Motel in Disney California Adventure.

Obviously Nachos
The nachos are out of this world and feature red/blue corn chips, chicken, red pepper cheese sauce, chipotle cream and green onions. The nachos are available at Studio Catering Co.

Monstermallow Donut
This flaky croissant-donut is in the shape of Mike Wazowski from “Monsters, Inc.,” and is filled with marshmallow cream. It can be found at Schmoozies in Disney California Adventure.

Mini Candy Cone Pie
Satisfy your taste buds with this sweet and creamy pie that is available at Flo’s V8 Cafe in Disney California Adventure.

Vampire Mater Bread
Guaranteed to be as popular at the Groot Bread you’ll want to first stop at Fillmore’s Taste-In to get some of this Vampire Mater Bread to take home.

Junkyard JamBOOree Mix
Over at the Cozy Cone Motel, families can get this mix with flavored popcorn with optional “nuts and bolts.” (green M&M’s, candy corn, chocolate-covered pretzels, Boston baked beans and more!)

Sleepy Hollow Cupcake
This spooky cupcake features red velvet cake with cream cheese frosting, raspberry drizzle, and Headless Horseman chocolate decoration. It is available at Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Cafe.

Everyone loves tacos, and there are two delicious options for families to enjoy. There is the “fire dragon tacos” that feature pork belly, Korean BBQ sauce, Kim Chi slaw, and a sriracha aioli (available at Studio Catering Co). Then there are the “most dangerous tacos in the Galaxy” that feature barbacoa beef, green onion slaw and Habanero salsa (available at Studio Catering Co).

Bat Cookies
One of my favorite treats this year is this delicious bat cookie. I recommend getting two and bringing one home for when you are craving more of it the next day.

Car-achnid Pot Pie
Over at Flo’s V8 Cafe, guests are falling in love with this creamy pot pie. The chicken pot pie features dried cranberries and a butter crust spider on top.

Bat Wing Raspberry Sundae
This delicious sundae is large enough for two kids to share and features white chocolate-raspberry swirl ice cream with raspberry splatter, blood-red sprinkles, whipped cream and a batwing cookie. It is available at Clarabelle’s Hand-Scooped Ice Cream.

Pan de Muerto
Celebrate Día de los Muertos while enjoying this delicious Pan de Muerto. The sweet treat is filled with vanilla custard filling and is available at the Paradise Garden Grill.

Have fun enjoying these delicious dishes at the Disneyland Resort until October 31st.

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  1. The nachos are the Ghost Pepper nachos from the Cove Bar, not the Obviously Nachos.

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