Dining in Disneyland: More Halloween Treats at the Disneyland Resort

It’s been so much fun hunting down all of  the Halloween Treats  at the Disneyland Resort this year.

Halloween is by far my very favorite time of the year.  I have so many photos of spooky delights and although I’d like to try every single item, I’d also like to fit into my Halloween costume in a few weeks. So, instead of a full review on each of these Halloween Time treats, let’s just look at some calorie free photos!  Most of the items I’m featuring in this post can be found in Candy Palace at Disneyland, Trolley Treats in Disney California Adventure, and Marceline’s in Downtown Disney.  If an item is specific to a certain spot, I’ll let ya know!

Let’s start with these adorable Mickey o’ Lantern Cookies!

Mickey Pumpkin Cookies

Mickey Pumpkin Cookies

Followed by some Mickey Bat Cookies!  I love the tiny orange fangs!

Mickey Bat Cookies

Mickey Bat Cookies

New for 2014 are the Haunted Mansion Clock Crispy Clock & Mickey Mummy Crispy Treats. How cute are the little M&M eyes peeking out from behind the mummy’s “bandages?”

Haunted Mansion Clock & Mickey Mummy Crispy Treats

Haunted Mansion Clock & Mickey Mummy Crispy Treats

There’s also a new Jack o’ Lantern Marshmallow Wand.  This one I might have to get my hands on.  Four fluffy marshmallows are dipped in caramel, then coated with white chocolate and covered in orange sanding sugar.  I love that each pumpkin has a different face.

Pumpkin Marshmallow Wands

Pumpkin Marshmallow Wands

The Bat Cake Pop is also new this year.  Cake choices include chocolate, vanilla or red velvet.  The cake is covered in dark chocolate and the wings are made from black licorice wheels.   Although it’s adorable, I’m out on this one. Not a fan of black licorice.  You can also see that last year’s Mickey Mummy Cake Pop has returned!

Bat & Mummy Cake Pops

Bat & Mummy Cake Pops

 Spider & Mickey Pumpkin Cake Pops are back too.  The Spiders have legs made of gummy worms.  My boys loved these last year.  Warning though, they are really messy!  The ears on all of the “Mickey” themed cake pops are made of marshmallows.  Flavors to choose from are chocolate, vanilla & red velvet.

Spider & Mickey Jack o' Lantern Cake Pops

Spider & Mickey Pumpkin Cake Pops

Jack Skellington Cake Pops are back but this year Sally Cake Pops have joined him too!

Jack and Sally Cake Pops

Jack and Sally Cake Pops

I saw the Sally Cake Pops being made over at Trolley Treats in Disney California Adventure and thought they were absolutely adorable. I love her “Sour Punch Straws” hair!  I think I’ll add these to my “to eat” list too!

Sally Cake Pops

Sally Cake Pops

Seasonal Cupcakes are back in Chocolate and Vanilla flavors.

Halloween Time Cupcakes

Halloween Time Cupcakes

And then there are some new for 2014 cupcakes too! I love the looks of this Ursula Cupcake.  This cupcake is enormous and served in a little bowl.  It’s chocolate cake dipped in chocolate ganache with white chocolate mousse “tentacles” chocolate crunchy candies, and an edible Ursula image.  It can be found only at Disney California Adventure’s Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Cafe and Pacific Wharf Cafe.

Ursula Cupcake

Ursula Cupcake

Similar to the Ursula cupcake is the new Pumpkin Mickey Cupcake. This one is also chocolate cake with white mousse frosting.  It has chocolate Mickey ears and can be found at Jolly Holiday Cafe in Disneyland or over at White Water Snacks in the Grand Californian Hotel.

I just noticed that the cake is vanilla even though the description provided claims it’s offered in chocolate only. Maybe they offer chocolate and vanilla?  That would be great because I prefer vanilla cupcakes over chocolate any day!

Mickey Pumpkin Cupcake

Mickey Pumpkin Cupcake

Candy Corn Cotton Candy has also made a comeback.  It is, however, NOT Candy Corn Flavored — just colored to look like Candy Corn.  It’s available at the Halloween Carnival in Big Thunder Ranch and also over at Disney California Adventure at various outdoor vending carts.

Candy Corn Cotton Candy

Candy Corn Cotton Candy

Let’s not forget about the Halloween Time Caramel Apples!  October’s Gourmet Apple of the Month is the Dirt and Worms Apple.  A crisp Granny Smith Apple dipped in caramel, dark chocolate, and then rolled in chocolate cookie sandwich “aka Oreo” cookies.  For a finishing touch, it’s drizzled with white and dark chocolate and covered in gummy worms.

Dirt and Worms Caramel Apple

Dirt and Worms Caramel Apple

In addition to the Dirt and Worms Caramel Apple you can also choose from Jack Skellington Caramel Apples, “Poison” Apples, Candy Corn Apples, and Minnie Witch Apples.

Jack Skellington Caramel Apple

Jack Skellington Caramel Apple

"Poison" Caramel Apples

“Poison” Caramel Apples

Candy Corn & Minnie Witch Caramel Apples

Candy Corn & Minnie Witch Caramel Apples

In addition to all of these goodies, there are lots of great pre-packaged Halloween Time treats to purchase at the Disneyland Resort.  Perfect for taking home, they can be purchased in many stores throughout the resort.  In my opinion though, Marceline’s in Downtown Disney is the best one stop shop for everything!

Marceline's Halloween Time Treats Display

Marceline’s Halloween Time Treats Display

Gummy Body Parts

Gummi Body Parts

We checked out these Gummi Candy Corn treats last year.  They’re back again this year!

Candy Corn Gummies

Candy Corn Gummies

Mickey Halloween Decor & Boxed Cotton Candy

Mickey Halloween Decor & Boxed Cotton Candy

Halloween Time Lollipop Bunches

Halloween Time Lollipop Bunches

Chocolate Covered Pretzels

Chocolate Covered Pretzels

Popcorn Tins

Popcorn Tins

Candy Corn

Candy Corn

AND just in case you’re looking for a new Halloween Candy Bowl. I think this one will do the trick! It’s so awesome!!!

Wicked Witch Candy Bowl

Wicked Witch Candy Bowl

The bowls are much bigger than you’d expect!

Can you believe how many great Halloween Time treats there are to choose from??? It’s hard to pick a favorite. 

Have you tried any of the above Halloween goodies? Which treats are on your must have list? Let us know in the comments below.

Heather Sievers is the Disney Food Blog’s Dining in Disneyland columnist. See more of her columns here!

Comments

  1. Dawn says

    Thanks, Heather, for the awesome run down of the Halloween goodies! My Disneyland trips are always in December (including this year) but I guess I really need to get out there in October one of these times. At least I have the Christmas treats to look forward to but Halloween is my real favorite :) I want that Sally cake pop!

  2. Agnes says

    So many of these treats seem so labor intensive to make, it’s really quite impressive. Heck, even this very detailed post seems to have taken a lot of time to put together! Thanks for sharing these calorie-free photos – the Mickey Bat Cookie and the Mummy Cake Pops look especially delicious!

  3. Essie says

    Thank you so much, Heather. I have been hoping so much for some Halloween treat/souvenir/décor blogs. I look forward to them every year, but this year there has been so much going on with the EPCOT F&WF that there hasn’t seemed to have been many Halloween goodies to enjoy. DLR looks delicious. I wonder if they are they having the same treats in WDW? Thanks for a very enjoyable report and fun photos.

  4. Heather Sievers says

    @Dawn – Halloween Time at Disneyland is the BEST! You should totally try and make a trip out for it in the near future!

    @Agnes – So many fun items! Happy to share!

  5. Heather Sievers says

    @Essie – I think there are a few Halloween Time treats that both coasts have but I believe that the ones in this post are mostly specific to Disneyland. Glad you enjoyed!

  6. Amy Lyons says

    I had a Mickey pumpkin Holiday cupcake at Jolly Holiday and mine was carrot cake and very yummy!

  7. Jan says

    Have you tried any of the cupcakes? We go to Disneyland a LOT, like a few times a month, and every time I say, “I want a cupcake!” and then I’m persuaded by something else. The general cupcakes they have just like so… regular and not special, even with fancier frosting. I fear they will be dry, and then I’ll have wasted my Disneyland treat on something sub-par. The ones at Disney World look much better.

    My favorites among the other treats are the cake pops w/marshmallow ears in chocolate… sooo fudgey!! And the chocolate-caramel dipped marshmallow wands. You know what else is awesome? The chocolate parfaits at Tomorrowland Terrace!

    PS: Do you think it smells weird in Marceline’s? It always smells weird to me!

  8. Heather Sievers says

    @Amy – Yum! I didn’t realize there was a pumpkin cupcake, I’ve only seen the muffin!

    @Jan – I have tried them and they are great! I usually go for non-cupcake treats though because like you said there are so many other specialty treats to choose from. There used to be a cupcake sampler at Marceline’s that was awesome but they quit making it a while back. As far as the smell there, I’m not sure, maybe I’m used to it. I do think that they use an air freshener there to make it smell like baked goods (like on Main Street at Candy Palace).

  9. Kyla z says

    do we know if the sally cake pop will be around in November/Decemer? I am obsessed with it and when I just went yesterday we were getting ready to leave and they didn’t have any made yet. I was so bummed because that was one of the items I wanted most!

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