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Happy Fall! Autumnal treats have been appearing all over Disney World for a while now, but with Halloween just days away, we thought we’d give you one last glimpse of the season’s snacks.
But that’s not the only food news ’round these parts… not by a long shot. Take a trip with us around all four Disney World parks to check out What’s New!
October is probably my favorite time for the candy apples that hit the scene, like these at Sweet Spells.
Min & Bill’s Dockside Diner currently features a Caramel Apple Shake as its tribute to fall. The featured shakes here change frequently, so be sure to pop by to see what’s available on your visit!
Joffrey’s Coffee Carts all over Disney World have changed their seasonal offerings to include a Pumpkin Pie Latte and a Pumpkin Pie Frozen Cappuccino.
While we all start stocking up on candy, cutting holes in sheets, and peeling grapes for home-made haunted houses, I thought I’d share the “spirit of the season” — Disney Foodie style!
Edible Halloween Treats in Disney World
Disney World has been setting the Halloween stage for two months now (remember those pumpkins on Main Street?), and I was so impressed by all of the fun Disney Halloween snacks and kitchen items at the World — I couldn’t wait until October 31st to share them with you!
Halloween foods like candy corn, brown and orange striped chocolate-covered pretzels, crisped rice treats shaped like candy corn and pumpkins, Mickey Jack-o-lantern and Jack Skellington candy apples, and more can be found spread throughout Disney gift shops and especially in Disney candy stores and bakeries!
The Main Street Confectionery even had a special fudge flavor for the season — Reese’s Pieces! Doesn’t it look so sweet your teeth start to hurt?!
And Minnie’s orange-and-purple witch hat was a big theme this year. I thought these little candy-filled Minnie ear hats were adorable. Perfect for halloween party favors. We also received Minnie witch hats on our “Celebration” cupcakes at Chef Mickey’s (notice the little eyes peeking out from under the hat on the cupcake)!
Non-Food Foodie Fun
Halloween kitchen items and accessories were all over the place! I thought this was a great display in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
You can even get the apron embroidered!
I also thought the paper products throughout the Resort were a great touch. Mickey looks so excited to be jumping into that pile of leaves on the haunted house-themed cup!
For those of you heading to Disney World in time to celebrate Halloween, have a blast, be safe, and Bon Appetit! For those of you who get to wait another year to see Halloween at Disney World, I hope this has been a fun little foodie tour of how the parks celebrate this spookiest of seasons…