Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom is the ultimate destination for spooky fun. On select nights from now until October 31st, you can come to The Most Magical Place on Earth in your costume to enjoy eerie entertainment, Halloween attractions, and most importantly, snacks.
With so many limited-edition treats at this event, it’s almost impossible to decide what food and drinks to try. Thankfully, Iconic Eats host Adriana Redding ate her way through Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party to find the best of the best.
Starting at $149, tickets for this event include early access to the park to enjoy the attractions before the Halloween festivities begin. Here are the six can't-miss food and drink items at the Magic Kingdom's annual Halloween celebration:
Best Drink: Cold Witches Brew Coffee, $5.29
If you're out late enjoying the party, you'll need a little pick-me-up. We love the Cold Witches Brew Coffee at the Cheshire Café, which combines French vanilla cold brew with pumpkin spice foam and decorative candies on the top. A sip of this drink packs a nice punch of caffeine with a mild sweetness, so you can have enough energy to explore the park's attractions.
Best Appetizer: Un Poco Loco Tots, $11.49
Adrianna loves any kind of tater tot served at a Disney park. They have a perfectly crispy exterior with a fluffy center, which makes them the perfect vehicle for toppings. At The Friar's Nook, you can order Un Poco Loco Tots that are inspired by Pixar's Coco. This dish has crispy chorizo crumbles and Hades cheese sauce over a bed of warm tots, garnished with a sprinkling of green onions. With a mild spice and lots of cheese, it's a perfect appetizer to hold you over before eating a full meal.
Best Meal: Bayou Burger, $12.99
At Cosmic Ray's Starlight Café, they're offering a limited-edition special burger for the Halloween season. This Bayou Burger takes their classic 1/3 pound Angus burger, but tops it with jalapeño pimento cheese, crispy Andouille sausage, and garlic pickles. Add a side of your choice and you have a spicy, savory dinner that'll get you in the Halloween spirit.
Best Snack: Spellbinding Fried Pie, $5.99
The best snack of Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party is inspired by our favorite Halloween movie: Hocus Pocus. This dish at Golden Oak Outpost resembles the book of spells in the movie, but to Adrianna, it tastes like a Buffalo chicken Hot Pocket. The center is a mixture of shredded chicken, Buffalo sauce, mozzarella, and blue cheese. This filling is wrapped with a flaky pastry crust and decorated with jalapeño ranch aioli and a candy eye. The flavors are out of this world, and the crust makes it easy to enjoy this handheld snack while you explore the park.
Best Dessert: Sweet Candy Corn Soft-Serve Swirl Cone, $5.49
The best dessert at this Halloween celebration is an annual tradition: the candy corn soft serve. This year, it's served in an orange-tinted cone with a candy corn bow that you can find at Auntie Gravity's Galactic Goodies. We love the sweet, creamy ice cream and the festive color palette that gets us in the Halloween spirit. It's a classic dessert at the park for a reason, and it's a must-eat whenever you visit.
Best For Sharing: Almond Sweet Corn Cake, $5.79
Don't let your eyes deceive you: this isn't a piece of corn on the cob. The Almond Sweet Corn Cake at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Café is shaped like a piece of corn, but it's actually a sweet almond vanilla cake. It's topped with white, orange, and yellow chocolate and pieces of candy corn for a dessert that's both a trick and a treat. This cake is seriously hefty, so it's best shared with your loved ones while you enjoy the park.
Previously on Iconic Eats: We Tried All The Food At Busch Gardens Williamsburg And These Are Our Faves
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