Halloween GORE-Met Apples And Other Creepy Treats At DisneylandNicole Presley
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post; however, I did receive complimentary entry into the park. All opinions are 100% my own.
Yes… I am a California girl, a native of Los Angeles, and a Disneyland devotee. I visit the park often throughout the year, but when September/October rolls around and I know Mickey’s Halloween Party is in full swing, I strap up my witch boots and make a run for Anaheim. For me, the magic of the happiest place on earth is not only in the rides and shows, but also in the snacks and treats. The holidays (Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas) bring in a whole new level of amazing goodies, and to start here is a first look of what happens at the magic kingdom during Halloween time. Everything from trick or treat trails, gore-met apples, cake pops, pumpkin beignets, fritters, and rice krispie treats. Try not to sink your teeth into the screen, head to Disneyland for a spooky time instead from now to Oct. 31st.
Skeleton Apples 1 of 10
Green apples covered in soft caramel then drizzled in white chocolate..... Yummmmmmmyyyyy , I mean spooky.
Mummy And Jack O’Lantern Cake Pops 2 of 10
Mickey takes on two different disguises for these cake pop treats.... bite him either dressed in Mummy wrap or toothy as a Jack o'Lantern.
Cheese Popcorn 3 of 10
Get cheesy with this popcorn. This popped kernel goodie is a main stay at the park, but during the holiday season it gets prominently displayed for easy grabbing.
Jack 4 of 10
The king of Halloween Jack Skeleton gets a special apple made to look just like him. It will set the mood for the rest of the night.
Rock Candy 5 of 10
Rock candy comes in black and orange during this frightful time. Pretend theses are your magic wands and cast a spell on a pair of shoes to make them float.
Spider Cake Pops 6 of 10
Creepy crawly spider cake pops sanded in black sugar. Taste them and let them tickle your tongue.
Minnie’s Hat Apple 7 of 10
This cute apple is perfect for your little princess. It's deliciously devourable.
A Tribe Of Pumpkin Apples 8 of 10
There's one for everyone. Cute Mickey shaped pumkin candied apples. The staff busy at making the lovely treats for the crowd that awaits.
Halloween Bins 9 of 10
These commemorative bins are filled with different types of goodies, some with popcorn and others with cookies, they are spooky enough to take home.
Mickey Ice Cream 10 of 10
The air may be cooler in Oct, but here in California it is still warm enough to enjoy a Mickey Ice Cream. Happy Halloween!
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