These Are The CUTEST Halloween Treats Disney Has Had In The Past!

One of my favorite times of the year in Disney World is definitely Halloween! And since it will be celebrated a little bit differently this year, let’s look at some of Disney World’s past Halloween treats!

Candy Corn Cotton Candy

The Adorable Candy Corn Cotton Candy
Photo Credit: Disney Food Blog

This delicious looking Halloween cotton candy has gone in and out of Magic Kingdom throughout the past Octobers. It is a very festive treat, and the fact that the cotton candy has the candy corn colors makes it even better! Disney never fails to make not only creative cotton candy, but creative fall treats.

The Maleficent Cone

The Maleficent Dessert From The Magic Kingdom
Photo Credit: Disney Parks Blog

All of Magic Kingdom’s ice cream cones are adorable, but this one might top them all. This Maleficent treat is served in a black waffle cone, with lime soft-serve inside, topped with chocolate horns. It looks amazing!

Jack Skellington Cake Push Pop

The Delicious Looking Halloween Cake Push Pop
Photo Credit: Disney

This is definitely a smaller treat, but it is still probably worth the price! This Jack Skellington dessert is layered chocolate cake, and vanilla buttercream frosting topped with an edible Jack Skelllington piece on top. While I’m not the biggest fan of chocolate cake, I would purchase this one in a heartbeat! I mean… how could you not?

Pumpkin Mickey Waffles

An Adorable Treat From Sleepy Hollow
Photo Credit: Disney

While this may be just a simple twist on a treat that you can get anywhere, it is still totally adorable, and definitely deserves a spot on this list! Sleepy Hollow has always served up delicious treats, so I’m sure this definitely not a disappointment in anyone’s eyes!


In the end, all Disney World treats are super adorable, but these Halloween treats have to take the cake! (Get it? Cake!) Anyways, stay safe, and stay tuned for more Disney content coming to A Dollop Of Disney!

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