In true Disneyland style, the popular theme park is going all-out to celebrate Halloween. But the spooky celebration doesn’t extend just to park decor; no, Walt Disney’s Anaheim attraction offers a rather extensive roster of kitschy and pun-riddled treats.
First up, what is perhaps them most obviously Halloween-themed item of them all, the Spoke-y Cone served at the Cozy Cone Motel in Cars Land.
The macaron filled with marshmallow buttercream and candy corn should be a hit with children while providing ample Instagram fodder for those so inclined to snap a photo before diving into what looks like the exceptionally sweet offering.
Equally photo-grabby is the Bat Wing Raspberry Sundae at Clarabelle’s Hand Scooped Ice Cream on Buena Vista Street in California Adventure Park.
The sundae built with white chocolate-raspberry swirl ice cream, raspberry splatter, blood-red sprinkles, whipped cream, bat wing cookie works presumably as a tasty afternoon pick-me-up before hopping on the red car trolley that can take park visitors all the way to the new Guardians of the Galaxy ride.
In the savory department, there’s the mashup Cheeseburger Pizza available at Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta at the Paradise Pier.
It’s unclear how the combo of everyone’s favorite junk foods aligns with the Halloween theme, but the concoction certainly fits the bill for anyone looking to be a glutton for punishment.
Those prepared for a full sugar high can look out for the Mummy Macaron Ice Cream Sandwich at Schmoozies in Hollywood Land, Oogie Boogie Dessert at French Market Restaurant in New Orleans Square, “Ghost”-ly Pepper Nachos at Cove Bar on Paradise Pier, and, for adults only, the Poison Apple-Tini at Carthay Circle Restaurant on Buena Vista Street.
However, of all the thematic menu items available at the happiest place on earth, the real score are the limited-edition pumpkin spice churros, sold for $5 at the Cozy Cone Motel at Cars Land, that puts the PSL (pumpkin spice latte) to shame.
Get the seasonal items from now until October 31.