Earlier this week we shared a few fun Disney Halloween Treats that had been popping up in the parks!
Today, we’ve got a few seasonal dishes that will be showing up at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure parks through November 4th! You’ll want to order these fun entrees and treats soon!
Halloween Dishes in Disneyland
In the Disneyland park, Blue Bayou is serving a pan-roasted wild boar chop with a blood orange fruit reduction, accompanied by a tri-color layered potato stack and veggies.
Desserts include the Midnight Chocolate Tart Temptation, a sweet and salty treat with milk chocolate filling, caramel popcorn ice cream, olive oil, and Down Under flake salt.
Just around the corner, Café Orleans is featuring a Haunted Chicken dish. Try the pan-seared chicken breast dressed with chili cream sauce, served with purple garlic mash and sautéed carrots, before it vanishes into thin air.
Of course, there are special sweets: pumpkin patch crème brûlèe topped with cinnamon whipped cream, and pumpkin beignets with vanilla cream anglaise.
Which will you try??
At the counter-service Rancho del Zocalo Restaurante a specialty Dia de los Muertos dessert will be available. Sample the ring-shaped cream puff with dulce de leche filling and sprinkles on your next visit!
Materializing at several restaurants, the candy corn cupcake (chocolate with white chocolate mousse frosting, white chocolate ears, chocolate crunch balls, and silver “dust”) is sure to be popular.
Halloween Options at Disney California Adventure
If you’re headed to Disney California Adventure, Fall beverages at Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Café will warm your spirit: Pumpkin spice latte, salted caramel mocha, and Tazo chai tea latte are now on the menu. Go ahead and pair your drink with a salted caramel cake pop.
And across the park, Award Wieners is honoring the new film “Frankenweenie” with two menu items.
A bacon-wrapped hot dog served in a cheesy jalapeño roll with grilled onion and barbecue sauce has an otherworldy bite, while the Frankenfusion – a blend of Minute Maid light lemonade, wild grape syrup and blackberry syrup topped with lemon-lime foam, is sure to give you chills.
Have you found a favorite fall treat at a Disney park this year? Let us know in the comments below!