Seven Things To Eat Before Halloween Time “Rests in Peace” at Disneyland Resort

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One of the most anticipated times of the year for foodies is early September when Disneyland publishes their Halloween foodie guide. Disneyland Halloween Food in 2018 has been a great season of food, fun, and plenty of Instagram worthy picture opportunities! With only one week left in the Halloween season, we wanted to help your decision making process by telling you the “7 Things to Eat Before Halloween Goes Away” October 31st at both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Parks. 


The Churro Sundae from the Golden Horseshoe in Frontierland, Disneyland – This list could legitimately start and end with this dessert. This might be my favorite dessert I’ve ever had at Disneyland, and that’s saying something! It is Cookie Dough Ice Cream with cookie butter sauce garnished with a cinnamon sugar dusted churro, cajeta (caramel) and whipped cream. Definitely should be at the top of your list and at $7.49 it is a steal (especially if you get the annual passholder discount). 

The Churro Sundae

Pumpkin Spice Beignets from the Mint Julep Bar in New Orleans Square, Disneyland – These beignets might be the most popular Halloween item in either Park. Pictures flood social media as people share their ears with a jealous world. The beignets themselves seem like a regular beignet (which are covered in powdered sugar) with pumpkin spice seasonings added to the powdered sugar. They don’t have an overwhelming pumpkin taste and go great with pumpkin spice lattes! Pick them up for $5.49!

Pumpkin Spice Beignets

The Bat-Shaped Whoopie Pie filled with Espresso Chip Ice -This Halloween dessert is no trick and all treat! That ice cream was a perfect filler for the spongy whoopie pie. This is another great value at $4.49. Pick it up from Schmoozies in Disney California Adventure Park.

Bat-Shaped Whoopie Pie

Poison Apple Stein with Sundae from Clarabelle’s Hand Scooped Ice Cream in Disney California Adventure Park. This is not only a sundae, but it is also a take home collectible item! The green steins have been insanely popular this Halloween and you can buy a stein filled with a sundae at Clarabelle’s! These sundaes are delicious on their own, but when you factor in the green poison apple stein with it is a no-brainer. You can fill it with the Kitchen Sink Sundae, the Oswald Sundae, the Mint Chocolate Chip Sundae, or the Chocolate Chip Cookie Hot Fudge Sundae. 

Poison Apple Stein W/Sundae


The Bacon Cheddar Ale Soup in a Bread Bowl from Pacific Wharf Cafe in Disney California Adventure. This seasonal specialty at the Pacific Wharf Cafe has made a triumphant return from last year. Cheesy, creamy,  bacon laden soup in a sourdough bread bowl? YES, please! This is mighty good!

Bacon Cheddar Ale Soup

The Cosmic Chili Pasta from Alien Pizza Planet in Disneyland. This dish just joined the Halloween party October 1st. It is pinwheel pasta topped with chili, jalapeno cheese, corn chips, and green onion. This was unexpectedly delicious (I had low expectations headed in)! I’m a huge fan of the chili and mac ‘n cheese bread bowl from Refreshment Corner and the Firefly Nachos from Refreshment Corner. This seems like the love child of those two items minus the bread bowl. Muahahahaha. Get it before October 31st!

The Cosmic Chili Pasta

The Anti-Vampire Pizza from Boardwalk Pizza and Pasta in DCA. This delectable pizza has roasted garlic sauce, marinated chicken, smoked gouda, mozzarella, roasted red peppers and a tomato-harissa sauce drizzle. It is making a return from last year. Consider this pizza to be a flavor explosion in your mouth! 

Anti-Vampire Pizza

In all honesty, there are several other items worth being mentioned, but this is a bucket list of things to get before Halloween goes away. From seasonal popcorn buckets to cheese filled corn dog sticks to just about anything Mickey-shaped will give you plenty of options, but time is running out! Do you agree with our food and treat choices? Leave a comment to let us know what you think. Whether you agree or not – happy eating before Halloween makes way for the Holiday season!

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Chad has been a Disneyland annual passholder for the past 19 years. Though he has been an annual passholder it has only been in recent years that he has begun writing and Instagramming about his favorite place.

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