What To Eat & Drink At Disneyland Halloween Time

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Thank you so much to Disney for inviting us to Disneyland Resort’s Mickey’s Halloween Party Media Event! It was a pleasure being able to share all the fun with my readers!

disney halloween food

There are so many reasons to go visit the Disneyland Resorts this time of year.

One of my personal favorites is the food. If you want to get in the Halloween time spirit this is the place to do it and one of these spooky treats is the way really feel it.

Here are 10 of my favorite things to eat at the Disneyland Resorts during Halloween Time:

1. These scary candied apples. I don’t know about you all… but there is something pretty awesome about apples, caramel and white chocolate. The ghostly look is a bonus.

disneyland resorts halloween food

2. For the little ones and the kids at heart I recommend the decorated crispy treats. These are a total fan favorite and we *might* have bought 5 of them.

disney pumpkin cupcake

3. These are Disney sized cupcakes. That means they are so big they look like it took magic to make them. Rest assured there was no evil magic used to make them, just lot’s of the good stuff like sugar, but they are as beautiful to look at as they are to eat.

disneyland apples halloween

4. For all you Nightmare Before Christmas Fans may I present the Jack Skellington candy apple. Eat him if you dare!

disneyland halloween treats

5. Maleficent Dragon Sipper. This is available in both parks. In California Adventure you can buy them at Award Wieners and in Disneyland at Ship to Shore, Mint Julep Bar, New Orleans Square Lemonade Cart and Royal Street Veranda. I’m telling you all this because you have to but it because after your drink is long gone this turns into a candle holder and it can become a piece of your Halloween decorations for years to come!

disneyland pumpkin cheesecake

6. Pumpkin cheesecake. Oh my!

pumpkin twists

7. Pumpkin Twist. This is like pumpkin pie with extra sweet and flaky crust. So good! 

zero at disneyland

8. Zero Popcorn Bucket. My oldest totally wants this. It’s another thing that can be turned into Halloween decor after you enjoy the yummy popcorn!

There are so many other special treats and meals only available for a limited time at the Disneyland Resorts so head on over before they are gone!

Learn more and buy tickets to Mickey’s Halloween Party by visiting the Disneyland Website.

What is your favorite Halloween treat?

Heather Reese
the authorHeather Reese
Heather Delaney Reese is the storyteller and photographer behind the lifestyle and family travel blog, It's a Lovely Life®! For the past decade, she has vacationed over 150 days a year with her family. She is a vegan, and loves being by the water, spending time with her children, husband, 2 Shih Tzus and Cat.


  • These treats looked so cute and perfect for Halloween. I bet that posting those on Instagram would gain many likes at once! 🙂

  • These treats looked so cute and perfect for Halloween. I bet that posting those on Instagram would gain many likes at once! 🙂

  • You know, I have never been to Disneyland before, but now since I’ve moved to Miami, FL, I will definitely go to Orlando. Loved all your sweet suggestions, I did a mental note to be in the look out for those.

  • Ahhh, these all look super yummy! I am actually making chocolate covered apples this week for my sons football game!! I can’t wait to eat some of em! LOL Thank you so much for sharing!

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