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Party Exclusive Treats for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party 2019

We always enjoy a good party – and Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is no exception. Luckily for park visitors, there are a number of exclusive Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party treats worth checking out. Here’s our review of each item:

headless horseman cheesecake

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Headless Horseman Cheesecake

Available @ Sleepy Hollow

If you like pumpkin, cheesecake and Pop Rocks, you’ll lose your head for this spooky treat. This gluten-free option is stacked with gluten-free chocolate cake, chocolate crunchies (with Pop Rocks we think…), orange glaze, and the Headless Horseman chocolate piece on the side. It’s pretty good and fairly inexpensive as WDW treats go at $5.99. It’s worth a try.

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Chocolate Mickey Waffle Sundae

Available @ Sleepy Hollow

To our knowledge, this is your only opportunity to try the pumpkin gelato so even if you don’t devour the waffles, it’s good for just the gelato. The Mickey waffles are no different than those seen at other times of year outside of the chocolate flavor and definite food coloring. This dish comes with two waffles, pumpkin gelato (which is delish), caramel, candy corn, and whipped cream (and a few halloween sprinkles). This dish is $6.49 and also located at Sleepy Hallow.

constances for better or worse wedding cake in front of haunted mansion

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Constance’s For Better or For Worse Wedding Cake

Available @ Liberty Square Popcorn Cart

This $8 treat is located at the Liberty Square Popcorn Cart near the Haunted Mansion. If you didn’t lose your head on the way there with the Headless Horseman Cheesecake, than this might be worth a shot. This is a citrus-scented cake with a raspberry-hinted Bavarian cream, decorative flowers and buttercream pearls, and a chocolate ax. While not a gluten-free option, we still think it’s a cool treat.

Now Begin Thy Magic Spell drink at Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

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Now Begin Thy Magic Spell

Available @ Casey’s Corner

As with many of the drinks at these parties, this is nothing more than a glorified Cherry Icee with passion fruit, blue curaçao, lemonade and Sprite. They do add a white-chocolate dipped apple as a garnish but this isn’t really worth it’s $4.99 cost – unless you’re just trying to sugar up your kids to keep them awake.

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Hades Nachos

Available @ Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe

These nachos were also popular during the Villains After Hours events. While the items are simple – black bean nacho chips, buffalo chicken and nacho cheese – this one is pretty good. If you’re looking for a spicy snack, it’s certainly worth trying. The price is a little high at $12.49 but it’s a sharable. You can also add jalapenos and other goodies as you see fit.

Billy's Dirt and Worms dessert

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Billy’s Worms & Dirt

Available @ Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe

At only $4.79, if you’re a fan of gummies and pudding, this is probably something you’ll enjoy. It features gluten-free chocolate cake crumble, gummy worms and a chocolate pudding topped with a white chocolate decoration featuring ‘Billy’ Butcherson. There are better snacks during the Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween party but it’s certainly not bad.

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Frozen Apple Cider

Available @ Golden Oak Outpost

Have you ever had Apple Cider? Well, it’s that but frozen. This $4.99 treat isn’t anything to really right home about – other than to put you in the Halloween spirit. It’s very similar to LeFou’s brew if you’ever had that.

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Cinnamon Donuts

Available @ Golden Oak Outpost

Similar to the Frozen Apple Cider, this isn’t a snack to go out of your way for. They’re warm and inviting, but 6 donut holes for $4.99 – eh. They do pair well with the Frozen Apple Cider though.

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Caramel Pretzel

Available @ Golden Oak Outpost

The caramel pretzel is back. It’s a doughly salted pretzel stuffed with caramel. A simple and popular treat at these events but not something that is a must have.

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Jack / Sally Push Cake Pops

Available @ Carts near Cinderella Castle

The Jack and Sally cake Push-Pops are back! Push-Pops are always a popular item for the Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party so no surprise they’ve brought the concept back from 2017 this year. These $7 pops are a great option for Nightmare Before Christmas fans. The Jack pop features a chocolate cake, vanilla buttercream, white and dark-chocolate crisp pearls, and dark-chocolate curles with a White-Chocolate Jack. the Sally pop is a gluten-free option with vanilla cake, buttercream, and strawberry crisps topped with a white-chocolate Sally. So, while popular, they are a little messy and super sweet – especially the Sally pop. We still think there are better and more clever options this year.

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Snake Eyes

Available @ Storybook Treats

This $9.99 is a simple mixture of Sprite, lemonade, green apple and gummy worms. If you are collector of glow cubes or anything Nightmare Before Christmas, you may want to buy this for the glow cubes – otherwise, it’s not really worth the expense.

Berry Blaster

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Berry Blaster

Available @ Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe

Cherry syrup, blue curaçao and Sprite make this $4.99 fruity concoction. Unfortunately, this is really just a lot of syrup and Sprite – it’s not that great and certainly not worth the cost. If you’re going to Cosmic Ray’s for the DescenDANCE Party, then check out the burger, not this drink.

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Lots-O-Burger

Available @ Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe

This is one of the items we haven’t tried but hope to on our upcoming trip in October. This $15.99 burger sounds awesome – featuring Brie fondue, strawberry-bacon jam, and onion ring and Lotso’s face atop the bun. Lots of chatter about how people hate themselves for liking it – which means it’s probably good for a Disney quick service burger.

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Pirates Horizon

Available @ Aloha Isle

Where’s the rum? If Captain Jack hadn’t drank it all, this would be a perfect mixer for $4.99. The drink itself is simple with orange juice, pineapple juice, and a hint of passion fruit. We think this one is pretty good so if you have to have a specialty drink at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, this one is probably worth hunting down (especially if you can find Jack’s bottle of rum!).

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Hades Hatred

Available @ Cool Ship

At $7.99 this mixture of lemonade, blue curaçao syrup and blueberry boba pearls topped with cotton candy (of all things) is like drinking a sugar laser. Some say it tastes like Powerade with cotton candy on top – however because of the Florida humidity, the cotton candy turns to liquid and dissolves into the drink. It makes our teeth hurt a little bit.

Other Treats

The following treats are also available during this time of year but are NOT exclusive to the Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party:

Maleficent Cone @ Storybook Treats

Pumpkin Spice Soft Serve or Milkshake @ Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies

Amuck, Amuck, Amuck Cupcake @ Main Street Bakery

Halloween Cinnamon Roll with Orange Icing @ Main Street Bakery

Donald Duck Brownie @ Casey’s Corner