Disney Halloween Recipes On the Fun Side of Scary

Jack Skellington is the king of Halloween around here – The Nightmare before Christmas is the movie of choice for the week leading up to Halloween. The theme translates perfectly to cupcakes – and of course the folks at Disney know this, and have put together instructions for those who need a sugary Jack fix. But of course Disney gets right into Halloween with Mickey Mummy and Franken-Goofy Cupcakes, Pirates of the Caribbean skull cookies and other tasty treats that are on the fun side of scary.

  • Mickey Mummy Cupcakes 1 of 6
    Need a cool and creepy treat to wrap up your Halloween party menu? Here's one that features a special famous guest mummified in sweet marshmallow strips.
    Get the recipe from Disney!
  • Franken-Goofy Cupcakes 2 of 6
    Sweet, loyal, and charmingly eccentric. That's Goofy. Until Halloween, that is, when he tosses the green fedora and dons a new look that's Franken-ly frightful.
    Get the recipe from Disney!
  • Jack Skellington Cupcakes 3 of 6
    Jack remains king of Halloween. After all, who else do you know that can remove his own head and put it back on again none the worse for wear? Inspired by this remarkable trick, these cupcakes make a sweet, if nightmarish, Halloween treat.
    Get the recipe from Disney!
  • Donald Duck Candy Corn Cookies 4 of 6
    If you go trick-or-treating in Donald Duck's neighborhood, you're apt to end up with a treat bag full of corn. Not your standard cracked kernels, but a more festive variety befitting the holiday: sweet frosted candy corn cookies
    Get the recipe from Disney!
  • Jack Skellington Bento Boxes 5 of 6
    If you're looking for healthier party recipes or a festive lunchbox idea, try these Jack Skellington bento boxes - ghoulishly cool for school!
    Get the recipe from Disney!
  • Pirates of the Caribbean Skull Cookies 6 of 6
    Fans of Pirates of the Caribbean (or just of skeletons) will adore these spooky skull cookies - made with sugar cookie dough, chocolate sprinkles and bits of soft Tootsie Rolls.
    Get the recipe from Disney!

For do-it-yourselfers, the Disney website offers Disney Halloween costume instructions as well as homemade decorations, including a Mickey’s Pumpkin Patch, Tinker Bell Halloween Ghost and Oogie Boogie Monster. To check out all the Disney Halloween fun, visit DisneyFamily.com.

Article Posted 7 years Ago

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