Fall at Walt Disney World usually means a few things – one of them is a two-month run of Halloween filled with pumpkins and other fun treats. Disney Chefs offered quite a few options this year. Let’s take a look back at a few of the Halloween themed treats that tempted many tummies at Walt Disney World; some of them are still available. Here are some of my favorites:
- Main Street Confectionary
Every Disney bakery case is always filled with wonderful sweets. Here are a few of the recent selections available at the Main Street Confectionary, Sweet Spells at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and other bakery locations. The “DDP” in the name of many items indicates that it is eligible for the Disney Dining Plan.
Holiday Specialty Cupcake (DDP) – $4.99
Specialty Apple – $9.99
Pumpkin Cupcake (DDP)
I can tell you that some of these cupcakes were almost too cute too eat! But I made a sacrifice or two for your sake. I really do suffer for this assignment.
- Main Street Popcorn – Souvenir Popcorn Bucket $12.00
All popcorn bucket collectors know that Disney has expanded beyond the typical round buckets. Last year they added “Ghost Mickey” buckets and this year, Jack Skellington coffins!
Popcorn on Main Street is a treat anytime of the year, but I love the collectible containers. Do you have a favorite one from years past?
- Pumpkin Muffin (DDP) – $2.79
You can still find this one in some of the hotel food courts.
The pumpkin muffin offered at the All Star Food Courts is a wonderful fall treat. It is surprisingly moist with a warmth and spicy flavor. Pick up one of these in the morning on your way to your favorite theme park!
- Pumpkin Ice Cream (DDP)
Seashore Sweets’ at Disney’s BoarkWalk Inn & Villas is offering a special treat for a limited time.
You can get the Limited Edition Pumpkin ice cream. It’s described as a spiced pumpkin ice cream.
- Vampire Cookies – $2.39
Of all the seasonal treat offerings this fall, this special cookie really caught my eye! What a creative treat the Pastry Chefs of the BoardWalk Bakery have created. For only $2.39, this was quite the little cookie. The sign does not show, but by price it appears to be Disney Dining Plan eligible.
You never know when you might run across a specialty treat created by a Disney Chef–it could last the season or just for a few days.
Now as Disney transitions from the Halloween season, start to look for Christmas themed offerings on Friday, November 9th at Walt Disney World.
You will start to see Christmas treats this Friday throughout the Walt Disney World Resort. Even with Thanksgiving a few weeks away, this times up perfectly the first night of the Osbourne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and the first Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom of the season.
I’ll be back soon to share some of those treats. But please let us know what some of your favorite holiday delights are in the comments below.