Specialty Treats Materialize During Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom Park

The Halloween season officially begins today at Walt Disney World.  The Magic Kingdom has special treats for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, and the Disney Parks Blog gave readers a sneak peek today!


Main Street Bakery

Chocolate Worms and Dirt Cupcake
Vanilla Spider Cupcake
Halloween Sugar Cookie


Plaza Ice Cream Parlor

Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich


Gaston’s Tavern

Enchanted Pumpkin Spiced Cupcake


Storybook Treats

Candy Corn Ice Cream Cone


The Friar’s Nook

Ghoulish Strawberry-lemonade Slushy


Throughout the Park

Candy Corn Cotton Candy
Vampire Mickey Popcorn Bucket
Halloween Popcorn Bucket
Halloween Hot Mug
Poison Apple Stein

*from the Disney Parks Blog

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