Dining in Disneyland: Haunted Mansion Popcorn and Gummies

Serpents and spiders, tail of a rat, call in the spirits wherever they’re at… because Haunted Mansion Treats!  I first spotted these in early October, but just recently went back to purchase and try them.

Haunted Mansion Gummies & Popcorn

Haunted Mansion Gummies & Popcorn

I purchased both and brought them home to my live-in sweets specialists.  Let’s start with the Popcorn.  The packaging is so great. I love Gus the hitchhiking ghost on the front, and the teal and purple colors of the popcorn are so pretty!  Yes, I just said that popcorn is pretty.

Pretty Popcorn!

Perfect Packaging

The packaging says “Naturally and Artificially Flavored.”  We were super curious to try it and see what the exact flavors were.

We were guessing maybe blue raspberry and grape.  But after trying it, it was really hard to decipher. Really just a generic fruity flavor. Reminded us of Fruity Pebbles cereal.  Pretty sweet, but my boys devoured it.

Pretty Popcorn!

Pretty Popcorn!

The popcorn is $6.95 a bag and if you don’t want to eat it, I think the packaging alone makes it display worthy. I wanted to keep it as decor in my Haunted Mansion themed office/guest room, but my boys didn’t like that idea!

Nutrition Facts & Pricing

Nutrition Info & Pricing

Next up, let’s take a look at the Gummi Spiders.

Haunted Mansion Gummi Spiders

Haunted Mansion Gummi Spiders

More fun packaging, this time featuring the hitchhiking ghost, Phineas.  We thought the spiders would be sour gummies, but in fact they were sweet and fruity.  The spiders are two toned in color.  We thought it was kind of funny that they only had six legs.  These were actually gone before the popcorn, but we are a family that loves us some gummies!

Fruity Six Legged Spiders

Fruity Six Legged Spiders

The Gummi Spiders are $4.95.

Pricing & Nutrition Info

Nutrition Info

Both the popcorn and gummies can be found in Disneyland at the Port Royal shop located in between the Pirates of the Caribbean exit and the Royal Street Veranda in New Orleans Square.  They’ve also been spotted at Memento Mori at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom!  In fact, Memento Mori has even more Haunted Mansion snacks including cookies, cotton candy, milk chocolate bat pops, and krispy treats. I love this line of goodies.  So glad that they aren’t seasonal!

Have you tried and of the Haunted Mansion treats? Do you have a favorite? 

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

Comments

  1. Jenny says

    I like both bag and would buy each one. I’d want one with Ezra too.. Then just keep the empty bags.
    :)

  2. Michele says

    I soooo love that you used your Haunted Mansion wallpaper as the backdrop for the pictures. It’s so perfect!! The treats look yummy too!

  3. Heather Sievers says

    @Jenny – The packaging is so great!!! I love it too!

    @Michele – Thanks! I thought it was a good fit! ; )

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