Photography By: David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort
Photography By: David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort

10 Spooky Halloween-Themed Treats at Disneyland to Try Before They’re Gone

They’ll Bring a Shiver to Your Spine…Or Is That a Sugar Rush?

“Welcome, foolish mortals, to the haunted”….kitchen?? In the months leading up to Halloween, Disneyland puts out a haunted vibe so thick even the most grown up among us are ready to put on costumes and trick or treat. May we suggest a little less trick and a lot more “treat yo’self”? After all, who can say no to a ghoulish and delicious snack, especially if it’s from Disneyland’s kitchen? Here are ten snacks and potions that you won’t want to miss this fall at Disneyland. Act fast, because these haunted goodies won’t be around forever, and neither will you. MUAHAHAHA! Halloween Disneyland Treats


Bing Bongs

Jack Skellington Apple

French Market 

Haunted Mansion Holiday Wreath Cookie

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Halloween Disneyland Treats

Candy Palace

Minnie Witch Crispy


Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa Holiday Cart

Oogie Boogie Cupcake Treat

Halloween Disneyland Treats

Skull-faced Cookie

Halloween Disneyland Treats

Disney California Adventure Park 

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Willie’s Churros (Buena Vista)

Chocolate & Matcha Churro

Churro rolled in chocolate cookie crumbs and drizzled with a matcha cream cheese buttercream and strawberry sauce

Halloween Disneyland Treats

Corn Dog Castle

Worms, Dice & Everything Nice

Midori, peach schnapps, crème de menthe, orange juice, and pineapple juice topped with gummy worms and Oogie Boogie dice glow cubes


Cozy Cone Motel

Cozy Cone Macaron

Macaron filled with peanut butter cream and pretzels

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Spicy Mac & Cheese Cone

Pasta with spicy red pepper-cheese sauce topped with crushed chile-cheese puffs served in a bread cone

Halloween Disneyland Treats

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Photography By: David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort

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