On our most recent stop at Universal CityWalk Orlando, we noticed these delightfully creepy donuts were added to the menu at Voodoo Doughnut. We had to pick them up and give them a try.
Two donuts have joined the rotation for Halloween this year, those being the Chucky 2 donut and the cauldron donut. Featuring fall flavors such as caramel apple and pumpkin cream, these donuts seem to be a delicious end to a long night at Halloween Horror Nights.
The two donuts offer a unique spooky treat for the fall season, making these limited edition donuts something to pick up quickly before they vanish into the night.
‘Chucky 2’ Donut – $3.75
This donut features the ‘Chucky 2’ logo sprayed across the top of a blood splattered vanilla glaze.
The pumpkin is dipped rather than fully glazed, leaving the bottom half of the donut uncovered. This is a very large filled donut that could easily be split.
This donut is filled with a large amount of pumpkin cream, making it taste similar in taste to a pumpkin pie. This is a great donut for Halloween, and will please fans of pumpkin with its strong flavor.
Cauldron Donut – $3.75
This black cauldron donut is brewing up a potion with flavors of salted caramel apple. The design features a bubbling witches brew in a black cauldron, with a pretzel stirring stick.
The design continues to the edge, with the bottom of the cauldron stretching down over the side. It is another large filled donut, making these options perfect to split.
The center of this donut shows of a fluffy caramel apple cream. The light cream works well with the donut, keeping it from being too heavy. The thick layer of frosting on top makes this a sweet treat. We expect these donuts will be popular for the Halloween season.
Find these donuts at Voodoo Donuts at Universal CityWalk Orlando for a limited time. If you are more interested in Universal Studios Hollywood, be sure to check out our review of the Halloween offerings at Voodoo Donuts in CityWalk Hollywood. Will you be trying any of these new offerings? Let us know in the comments below.