The Halloween Treats at Disneyland This Year Look Scary Good

From Oogie Boogie funnel cake fries to a Hades hot dog, the park really outdid itself this year
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Halloween is for reliving your childhood by gorging yourself on things that will probably give you a stomachache, and there’s no better place to do that than Disneyland. This year, the resort is replacing Mickey’s Halloween Party with the Oogie Boogie Bash at California Adventure for 20 select nights beginning on September 17.

Appropriately, all sorts of treats inspired by Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas are available at California Adventure, but the over-the-top desserty fun isn’t limited to one park. Here’s a roundup of all the Halloween treats you’ll find at Disneyland this fall and where to get them.


Oogie Boogie Funnel Cake Fries

Funnel cake fanatics can get their fix with this decadent concoction, made of churro “fries” dusted in crushed cookies and topped with cream cheese sauce, cookie pieces, gummy worms, chocolate-coated candies, and green whipped cream. Available at Award Wieners in California Adventure.

Caramel Apple Smoothie

It’s not Halloween without apples dipped in some sort of liquified sugar, and Disney’s rendition of the sweet treat comes in a smoothie form. Made with real apples, ice cream, caramel sauce, and a caramel apple lollipop garnish, the smoothie is available at Schmoozies! at California Adventure.

Minnie Mouse Witch Shake

Considering October is blazing hot in Orange County, this mint chip shake with whipped cream and cookie Minnie Mouse ears should hit the spot. Available at Schmoozies! at California Adventure.

Oogie Boogie Drink with Dice Glow Cubes

Oogie Boogie is the man of the hour, so naturally Disney is rolling out a ghoulish-looking drink with gummy worms and his signature dice as a garnish. Available at the Hollywood Lounge at California Adventure.

Mummy Doughnut

This fried and frosted specimen is filled with peanut butter and jelly, which seems like a thing we would all be eating more often. Available at Schmoozies! at California Adventure.

Oogie Boogie Rice Crisped Treat

This treat will give Nightmare Before fans a Crawloween vibe. The crispy, marshmallowy confection—dipped in green topping with a chocolate face hand drawn on—is available at the Candy Palace, Pooh Corner, and Marceline’s Confectionery at Disneyland, and at Trolley Treats and Bing Bong’s Sweet Stuff at California Adventure.

Specialty Churro

Disneyland’s classic Churros are getting a scary upgrade. The Oogie Boogie Bash speciality churro is rolled in crumbled chocolate cookies, drizzled in green icing, and topped with gummy worms and candy corn. Available at California Adventure.

Cruella de Vil Brownie

Legitimately scary dog murderer Cruella de Vil gets her own terrifying brownie made with dark chocolate and white chocolate mousse. Available at Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe at Disneyland.

Graveyard Cupcake

Burial has never been cuter. The chocolate graveyard cupcake is made with cherry filling, dark chocolate mousse, Halloween sprinkles, and is adorned with a ‘RIP’-scrawled chocolate tombstone topping. Available at the Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe at Disneyland.

Maleficent Churro

It’s highly unlikely these sugar-coated churros will make you sleepy. The Maleficent-inspired churro is covered with chocolate cookie crumbles and blended with colored sugar. Available at the churro carts in Town Square and near the Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Park.

Hades Hot Dog

Chase all the sweet stuff with this hellion of a hot dog. The foot-long all-beef frank is served with harissa aioli, lemon pickled cucumbers, oven-dried tomatoes, sautéed peppers, and feta cheese. Available at Refreshment Corner at Disneyland.


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