Disney World’s 5 Best Halloween Treats and Snacks, 2020 Edition!

Halloween in Disney World might be very different this year, since we won’t be able to go to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t eat delicious Disney Halloween treats in the parks! Here are some of the best looking Halloween snacks from this year!

The Poor Unfortunate Souls Float

The Poor Unfortunate Souls Float From Magic Kingdom
Photo Credit: Disney Food Blog

By far one of the best looking Magic Kingdom floats I’ve ever seen, is the Poor Unfortunate Soul’s Float. This delicious looking Halloween treat can be found at Storybook Treats in Fantasyland, for only $6.99. On Disney Parks Blog, the float is described as Cream Cheese Soft Serve with black raspberry syrup, and Coke. And even though it still looks incredible, the float in the advertising is a lot different looking than it is in real life.

A Sign For The Poor Unfortunate Souls Float
Photo Credit: WDW Info

But that doesn’t really matter, because the float still looks amazing anyway. And just as you probably would’ve expected, Instagram has been flooded with pictures of the Poor Unfortunate Souls Float in the past month of so. If that’s not enough reasons to put this dessert on the best of Halloween 2020 list, I don’t know what is!

Constance’s For Better Or For Worse Wedding Cake

Constance’s For Better Or For Worse Cake In Magic Kingdom
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What’s better than a wedding cake? With… an axe in it? This spooky treat can be found at Liberty Square Market in the Magic Kingdom, for just $6.29. The Constance’s For Better Or For Worse Cake doesn’t seem like your normal, everyday cake, as it is a citrus cake with raspberry Bavarian cream, whipped cream flowers, and a chocolate axe. Just by looking at the pictures, I can tell it’s a scrumptious dessert that I would love! I’m very glad it’s returned to Magic Kingdom this year, so we can celebrate Halloween by eating it, even if the Halloween party was canceled.

The Inside Of The Spooky Wedding Cake
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The Mickey Monster Mash Burger

The Mickey Monster Mash Burger
Photo Credit: WDW News Today

Let’s take a break from looking at the sweet Halloween treats for a minute, and take a look at this salty meal. Even though I’m a vegetarian, I’ve heard great things about this menu item, and would definitely love a version of it with the Impossible Burger. Anyways, if you do want the version with real meat, you can head to Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café in Tomorrowland, and order it for $13.99.

The Inside Of The Mickey Monster Mash Burger
Photo Credit: Disney Food Blog

The Mickey Monster Mash Burger is topped off with Meunster cheese, lettuce, tomato, sriracha aïoli, bacon, and potato barrels. The burger also comes with a nice side of fries, with no extra cost. Overall, I think this would be a great dish for you if you are looking for a nice way to escape the sweet spooky treats.

The Rotten Apple Punch Specialty Beverage

The Non Alcoholic Version Of The Apple Punch
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Found in Flame Tree Barbeque and Isle of Java in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, is the Rotten Apple Punch. There are two versions of this specialty beverage, one with alcohol, one without. The non alcoholic version is described as Sprite with Monin Apple Syrup poured over ice, garnished with a gummy worm, a rock candy apple straw, Novelty Poison Apple Glow Cube, and a sugar lime rim. If you’re looking for a nice, refreshing drink with no alcohol in it, this is definitely the way to go for you.

The Version Of The Rotten Apple Punch Drink With Alcohol
Photo Credit: Disney Food Blog

On the other hand, if you are looking for a drink with alcohol, you can buy the alcoholic version of the Rotten Apple Punch. The adults only version is made with Angry Orchard and Fireball Cinnamon Whisky over ice, and it’s garnished with gummy worms, and a poison apple glow cube.

The Poison Candied Apple

The Poison Candied Apple In Hollywood Studios
Photo Credit: WDW News Today

The fifth and final spooky Halloween treat we’re talking about today, is the Poison Candied Apple from the Trolley Car Café in Hollywood Studios! This dessert has a reputation for being very popular among Disney guests, which isn’t really a surprise to anyone. The Poison Candied Apple is actually an apple and caramel mousse covered in red glaze with a crunchy candy base. However, I watched a YouTube video by The Tim Tracker where they tried the Poison Candied Apple, and they said that the “crunchy candy base” was not candy, but granola. That actually sounds delicious with the mousse, but it is definitely a little misleading. Here is the video where they tried it.

Overall

Even though I only mentioned five of Disney’s spooky Halloween treats from this year, all of the options look and sound delicious. If I had to choose one that I would want to try the most, it would definitely be the non alcoholic Rotten Apple Punch. Anyways, make sure to stay safe out there, and stay tuned for more Disney content coming to A Dollop Of Disney!

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