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Disneyland Halloween Food Guide: 30 Things to Eat (2019)

So many treats, so little time

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Disneyland Halloween food is a major reason to visit the popular theme park during fall when spooky sweet treats and bone-chillingly savory snacks appear for a limited time only.

You have between now and October 31, 2019 to feast on this massive list of delights available at Disneyland, Disney California Adventure, and the Disneyland Resort hotels. Plan to stay for at least two days to enjoy the food and Halloween events at both parks.

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Disney California Adventure

Oogie Boogie Bash – A Disney Halloween Party is happening at Disney California Adventure so needless to say Halloween food in this theme park exists in abundance.

Oogie Boogie Funnel Cakes

Oogie Boogie Funnel Cake
(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Oogie Boogie-inspired funnel cake fries with crushed chocolate cream cookies, topped with cream cheese sauce, chocolate cream cookie pieces, gummies, chocolate-coated candies, and whipped cream. (Location: Award Wieners)

Mummy Donuts

Donut with purple icing, white mummy wrap and white eyeballs.
(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Find these cute mummy-inspired donuts filled with peanut butter and jelly. (Location: Schmoozies!)

Caramel Apple Smoothie

Green smoothie with green whipped cream and caramel dripping.
(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Pair your mummy donut with this caramel apple smoothie made with real apples, ice cream, caramel sauce, and a caramel apple lollipop topper. (Location: Schmoozies!)

Minnie Mouse Witch-Inspired Shake

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Pick up this adorable mint chip shake with chocolate cream-filled Minnie Mouse ears, whipped cream, sprinkles, and candy accents. (Location: Schmoozies!)

Oogie Boogie-Inspired Drink

The green Oogie Bookie-inspired drink with dice and gummy worms on top.
(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

The dice glow cubes are definitely a highlight (and fun souvenir) from this Oogie Boogie-inspired drink, also featuring gummy worms. (Location: Hollywood Lounge)

My Bugs! My Bugs!

Gummy worms spill over the top of the limeade slush cup.
(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Gummy worms spill out of the top of the My Bugs! My Bugs! limeade slush with grenadine. (Location: Hollywood Lounge)

Specialty Churro

Green icing oozes over two specialty churros.
(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Green icing oozes over the specialty churro rolled in crumbled crème cookies. It’s topped with gummy worms and candy corn, too. (Location: Cozy Cone Motel)

Slow-Burnin’ Mac ‘n’ Cheese Cone

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Those who like to kick it up a notch should try the Slow-Burnin’ Mac ‘n’ Cheese Cone with pasta and a spicy red pepper-cheese sauce. It’s topped with crushed chili-cheese puffs and served in a bread cone. (Location: Cozy Cone Motel)

“Spoke-y” Cone Macaron

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

The “Spoke-y” Cone Macaron returns with its marshmallow buttercream and candy corn. (Location: Cozy Cone Motel)

Caramel Apple Churro

Churro with green sprinkles topped with apples and caramel sauce.
(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

It’s a caramel apple in churro form. Look for the green sprinkles, chopped apple sauce, and caramel drizzle. (Location: Churro cart near Hyperion Theater)

S’mores Churro

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

The decadent S’mores Churro is rolled in graham cracker crumbs, drizzled with marshmallow sauce and topped with chocolate chips. (Location: Churro cart near Redwood Creek Challenge Trail)

Vampire Mickey Ice Cream Bar

The Vampire Mickey ice cream bar on a plate.
(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Clarabelle’s Hand-Scooped Ice Cream: The Vampire Mickey Ice Cream Bar is dipped in chocolate with wings made from a shortbread cookie.

Snake Eyes Sludge

The hummus in a red bowl served on an oval platter with wedges of grilled flatbread.
(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Olive tapenade “bugs” and dragon fruit “dice” top an edamame hummus dip called Snake Eyes Sludge. It’s served with grilled flatbread triangles. (Location: Sonoma Terrace)


Disneyland Park

Of course, there is plenty of Disneyland Halloween food, in this park.

Dead-Cadent Funnel cake

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Be hungry for the Dead-Cadent Funnel cake complete with brownie, white chocolate raspberry ice cream, and chocolate crispy pearls. (Location: Hungry Bear Restaurant)

Darth by Chocolate Parfait

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

One of the things to eat in Star Wars Land includes Darth by Chocolate Parfait which has red velvet cake, ganache, cookies, dark chocolate mousse, and chocolate cake in layers. It’s topped with flakes, a mini lightsaber, and a Darth Vader helmet all made from chocolate. (Location: Galactic Grill)

Blood Orange Slush

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

The Blood Orange Slush with a swirl of raspberry sauce is likely Darth Vader approved. (Location: Galactic Grill)

Pumpkin Spice Beignets

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Mouth-watering Pumpkin Spice Beignets shaped like Mickey Mouse are dusted with pumpkin spice-flavored sugar. (Location: Mint Julep Bar)

Hades-Inspired Hot Dog

Hades-inspired hot dog with neatly-placed toppings on a wood board.
(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Be hungry for the foot-long Hades-inspired all-beef hot dog with harissa aioli, lemon pickled cucumbers, oven-dried tomatoes, sautéed peppers, and feta cheese. (Location: Refreshment Corner)

Halloween Minnie Mouse Cinnamon Cake

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

The Halloween Minnie Mouse Cinnamon Cake is filled with praline and crispy cookies. Orange-colored glaze, sprinkles, and a witch Minnie Mouse chocolate piece serve as toppings. (Location: Plaza Inn)

Maleficent-Inspired Churro

Maleficent-inspired churros resting on a wood board near a cream dipping sauce and up-ended sprinkles containers.
(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Up your churro game with this Maleficent-Inspired Churro topped with chocolate cookie crumbles that are blended with purple and green colored sugar. (Location: Town Square churro cart)

Cruella de Vil-Inspired Brownie

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Look for the Cruella de Vil-inspired brownie topped with dark chocolate and white chocolate mousse. (Location: Jolly Holiday Bakery Café)

Chocolate Graveyard Cupcake

The graveyard cupcake at Disneyland Resort
(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

This Chocolate Graveyard Cupcake is made with cherry filling, dark chocolate mousse, Halloween sprinkles and topped with a tombstone chocolate piece. (Location: Jolly Holiday Bakery Café)

Vampire Alien Macarons

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Super-cute Vampire Alien Macarons come with a lemon filling. (Location: Alien Pizza Planet)

Bat Cookie

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Fuel up with the frosted Bat Cookie complete with a fanged face of Mickey Mouse. (Location: Market House)

Pan Dulce Ice Cream Sandwich

Pan Dulce Ice Cream sandwich on a place with a dollop of cream topped with a candy skull.
(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

The Pan Dulce Ice Cream Sandwich features a colorful Mexican sweet bread and dulce de leche ice cream, cajeta, and churro streusel. (Location: Rancho del Zocalo)

Orange Sugar Skull Pot de Crème

An orange candy skull rests on top of the pot de creme.
(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

The Orange Sugar Skull Pot de Crème is topped with purple sprinkles and a candy skull. (Location: Rancho del Zocalo)

Disney’s Grand Californian

A cookie shaped like a Mickey head with dalmatian spots and red footprints.
(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Guests at Disney’s Grand Californian will be treated to a weekly rotation of cookies featuring various Disney villains like the cookie above which features Cruella De Vil.


Throughout Disneyland Resort

Maleficent Apple

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

The Maleficent Apple on a stick complete with edible horns.

Cauldron Cake Pops

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Keep an eye out for chocolate Cauldron Cake Pops drizzled with purple icing and sprinkles.

Oogie Boogie-Inspired Rice Crispy Treat

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

The popular Oogie Boogie-inspired rice crispy treat returns and can be found at the Candy Palace, Pooh Corner and Marceline’s Confectionery at Disneyland Park and at Trolley Treats and Bing Bong’s Sweet Stuff at Disney California Adventure Park.

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