REVIEW: New Loaded Fleet Fries, Blood Orange Slush, and Darth by Chocolate Parfait at Galactic Grill for Halloween Time 2019 at Disneyland Park

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It is finally Halloween Time at Disneyland Resort and the Galactic Grill is getting in the spirit with three spooky offerings including loaded fries, a blood orange slush and a Darth Vader inspired chocolate parfait!

Blood Orange Slush – $7.59

This certainly does look spooky and looks very blood orange. A for effort on the blood effect. This was extra fun too, because it comes with a glow cube.

Overall, this was another sugary Disney slush, but one of the more palatable ones. We’d definitely order this again in the middle of a hot day. It tastes of blood orange with a lemon lime aftertaste. It was refreshing, but could just use a less sweetness.

Loaded Fleet Fries – $9.99

Fries, check. Pulled pork, check. Great start there. Sadly, these fell a bit flat. The fries were served soggy and the coleslaw didn’t add much. The pulled pork was good and we enjoyed the chipotle aioli that went with it, but we just wish the fries had been crispier.

Overall though, it’s not a bad snack choice, and the portion was large, so we’d be willing to give these another chance.

Darth by Chocolate Parfait – $6.99

This might be one of the best desserts we’ve had. Not only is a Darth Vader themed parfait a perfect play for Halloween; it truly is death by chocolate.

Layers of red velvet on the bottom pair perfectly with rich chocolate mousse and Oreo crumbles. The top hard layer of chocolate ganache adds some protection, so you can carry this guy all the way to Batuu for some fun photo ops.

Be sure to scoop all the way up from the bottom to enjoy each layer. All we can say is we had a few kids tasting this and the dessert was gone in about 30 seconds flat. Grab this immediately on your next trip.

Be sure to swing by Galactic Grill to check out some of these Halloween Treats before they gone!

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Ali

Ali is a SoCal transplant by way of Milwaukee. When not on a pool deck coaching swimming or training for Spartan/runDisney races she is usually found at Disneyland (or WDW whenever possible).

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