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We recently visited Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park Last for Halloween time and documented all of the treats we ate along the way. Here’s are list of our top 10 favorite Disneyland Halloween treats. You might also want to check out our list of must eat Disneyland and Disney California Adventure snacks and treats before your trip. We’ll be returning to Disneyland during Christmas time, so make sure to follow our Instagram stories to get the holiday scoop!
1. Maleficent Crispy Treat from Candy Palace
Candy Palace is always our first stop and our last stop on Main Street. It’s always filled with the best holiday treats and we never leave without at least one crispy treat. They are Disney staples! The Maleficent crispy treats might just be at the top of my Halloween treat list. So creative and cute, not to mention yummy!
2. Orange Sugar Skull Pot de Crème from Rancho del Zocalo
Calling all my Coco fans! Don’t miss out on the food and festive Day of the Dead decor at Rancho del Zocalo in Frontierland! The Orange Sugar Skull Pot de Crème is delicious. Make sure to try the Frozen Abuelita Horchata while you are there.
3. Jake Skellington Cake Pop from Candy Palace
This is Halloween, this is Halloween! After you enter Disneyland, pick up a Jack Skellington cake pop from Candy Palace and then go ride the Haunted Mansion. During Halloween time, the mansion is decorated in a Nightmare Before Christmas theme and it’s our favorite ride of the season!
4. Spider Parfait from Alien Pizza Planet
Located in Tomorrowland, Alien Pizza Planet is one of my favorite quick service lunch spots at Disneyland. Everything there is delicious and the spider parfait is no exception. This parfait combines chocolate cake, vanilla and chocolate pudding with a layer of ganache topped and a sour gummy spider. Try the cosmic chili pasta while you are there.
5. Black Rose Dessert from Red Rose Taverne
The black rose dessert consists of a black truffle mousse with raspberry compote and crunch center. I think Belle would approve of this festive Halloween treat and I hope they bring this one back every year! Grab a mug of Gaston’s Famous Brew while you are there.
6. Pumpkin Spice Funnel Cake Fries from Award Wieners
We recently discovered the deliciousness of Award Wieners in Disney California Adventure Park and it’s now one of our favorite spots for a casual meal. During Halloween time, try the pumpkin spice funnel cake fries! These funnel fries are dusted with pumpkin spice sugar, pumpkin spice sauce and pumpkin spice whipped cream.
7. Mansion Spider Bundt Cake from French Market
The French Market is another favorite casual lunch spot, especially if you like creamy corn chowder served in a bread bowl! During Halloween time, they are offering a mansion spider chocolate bundt cake with an edible chocolate spider. If you are a chocolate lover, this is not to be missed!
8. Pumpkin Spice Beignets at Mint Julep Bar
After lunch at the French Market, stop by the Mint Julep Bar before heading out of New Orleans Square. The pumpkin spice beignets are just as amazing as the traditional Mickey shaped beignets and they are most definitely worth the wait!
9. Spoke-y Cone Macaron from Cozy Cone Motel
Cars Land during Halloween Time is so fun and festive, make sure to leave plenty of time to explore (and eat)! The Cozy Cone Motel always has the best food in Disney California Adventure Park and I was so happy to see that they brought back the Spoke-y Cone Macaron for Halloween this year! If you like candy corn, you’ll love this!
10. Pumpkin Spice Churro from Cozy Cone Motel
While you are enjoying a macaron from the Cozy Cone Motel, grab a pumpkin spice churro with cream cheese dipping sauce from there too! Eating a churro is a Disneyland staple, don’t leave without one.
Honorable Mention: Frozen Lemonade with Souvenir Straw from Cozy Cone Motel
Head to Cozy Cone #4 for a refreshing frozen lemonade with a light up souvenir straw in Cars Land! I couldn’t resist that cute tire pumpkin straw!
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