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10 Spooky Desserts You Should Try at Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party 2018

10 Spooky Desserts You Should Try at Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party 2018

Its never too early to start celebrating Halloween 2018 in Orlando! Walt Disney World has the party started for you. This year, Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party in Magic Kingdom goes on now until October 31st.

I got the opportunity to get a sneak peak on some cool and specialty treats that will be offered at the event throughout the park. Check out the desserts I recommend you check out during your visit. They also have gluten friendly options AND a dessert that glows in the dark! O my!

1. Not So Scary Poison Apple Cupcake

Where to find: Main Street Bakery

Spiced cupcake with pecan crunch and buttercream. One bite of this and you’ll be hooked. This cupcake is twice the size of a regular cupcake, so I would recommend sharing... or devour it all yourself. #liveyourbestlife

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2.  Candy Corn Milkshake

Where to find  : Auntie Gravity Galactic Goodies

Candy corn milkshake topped with cotton candy and a mickey shaped marshmallow.

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3.  Maleficent Dessert

Where to find  : Storybook Treats

Made with lime soft serve in a black waffle cone topped with purple sugar and Maleficient chocolate horns. I love the creativity of this one. 

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4. Halloween Cinnamon Roll

Where to find: Main Street Bakery

Enjoy this jumbo Mickey shaped cinnamon roll drizzled with orange icing and a chocolate spider web. So cool! 

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5. Worms & Dirt  

Where to find : Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe

Made with chocolate pudding topped with gluten friendly cake crumbs, gummy worms, and a chocolate RIP stone.

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6. Jack Skellington Cake Push Pop

Where to find : Sleepy Hollow

Push pop with layered chocolate cake , vanilla buttercream, white chocolate and dark chocolate pearls, dark chocolate shavings, topped with the white chocolate Jack Skellington piece.

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7. Oogie Boogie Meringue

Where to find: Gaston’s Tavern

Say what?  A gluten friendly dessert at Disney’s Magic Kingdom? This must be a spell. But seriously it’s gluten free you guys. Made with pomegranate cherry gelee with gummy worms topped with glow in the dark meringue.

 

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8.  Pumpkin Cheesecake 

Where to find:  Main Street Bakery

Pumpkin cheesecake topped with a mickey pumpkin. This is another gluten friendly option offered during Disney’s epic Halloween party .

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9. Hitchhiking Ghost Dessert

Where to find: Aloha Isla

Filled with cookies and cream mousse, topped with a chocolate piece featuring the ghosts themselves. Spooky stuff.

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10. Madame Leota Tart 

Where to find: Liberty Square

A vanilla tart shell filled with toasted marshmallows, topped with pearls , chocolate, and a hard candy garnish.

Check out the YouTube Video that includes a demonstration from  Kevan Roberts , the Disney Pastry Chef at Magic Kingdom

Check out the YouTube Video that includes a demonstration from Kevan Roberts, the Disney Pastry Chef at Magic Kingdom

 

Be sure to comment and share this post and let me know what your favorite is and what you are looking forward to seeing at the event this year. 

 

 

Disclosure: Thank you to Walt Disney World for inviting me to the preview media event. All images are copyright to The Wandering Maven taken by myself. All opinions are my own

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