REVIEW: Jack and Sally Cake Push Pops Are Simply Meant to Be at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party 2019 in the Magic Kingdom

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Boo to you! And welcome to this year’s Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. We’re delving into a night of ghoulish treats, spooky merchandise, and chilling spells. Trick, or treat? Let’s move on to the delectable snacks available across the Magic Kingdom throughout the night. We’re at the Popcorn Carts near Cinderella Castle, where you can find the party favorite Jack Skellington cake push pop, except this year, they’ve paired him up with Sally, and they’re simply meant to be.

Jack and Sally Push Cake Pops – $7.00 each (sold separately)

Everyone’s favorite spooky couple is featured on these yummy cake pops.

The Sally cake pop features gluten-friendly vanilla cake, buttercream, strawberry crispy pearls, and a white chocolate Sally. The Jack cake pop has chocolate cake, vanilla buttercream, white chocolate and dark chocolate crispy pearls, dark chocolate curls, and a white chocolate Jack Skellington.

Jack Skellington Cake Push Pop – $7.00

This was available in 2017 as well. The cake push pop arrives with layers upon layers of sweet confection that aren’t necessarily kept together by any means.

You push the pop up a bit and the entire thing falls over the edges, making consumption a daunting task. If you do attempt to eat it, there’s a point where it’s too rich for one person to finish.

Sally Nightingale Cake Push Pop – $7.00

The Sally cake pop is far sweeter than the Jack one, and it’s nice that they’re offering a gluten-free alternative.

However, eating these is overly tedious and a big waste of time for the price.