Caramel, pumpkins, and apples — oh my.
Fall is in the air, even in sunny Walt Disney World. Although the Florida weather may not let you whip out your flannel and boots quite yet, Disney World is home to many festive treats and spooky Halloween-themed sweets to help get you in the mood.
Here are 12 limited time treats definitely worth trying during your next visit.
Pumpkin spice beignets are a pumpkin lovers delight.
No matter where you go this season, the hottest flavor is pumpkin spice. Although you can get your PSL on at the Starbucks locations in the parks, Disney’s Port Orleans – French Quarter is taking pumpkin spice to the next level.
Available at the Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory are special pumpkin spice beignets. Each piece of golden fried dough is molded into the shape of Mickey and dusted with pumpkin spice and powder.
These flavorful treats are a perfect way to get into the fall spirit and are priced at 3 for $4.49 or 6 for $6.99.
Get into the Halloween spirit with these cinnamon rolls.
Although each of the theme parks has a little something for the season, Magic Kingdom is the home for all spooky Halloween themed treats.
The Main Street Bakery is home to delicious Halloween cinnamon rolls. Each Mickey-shaped cinnamon roll is topped with orange icing and a chocolate spider web and is available from now until the end of October.
This festive treat is not only the perfect blend of fall flavors but it’s perfect to feature on your Instagram page.
You’ll love every single bite of the Zero Waffle Sundae.
If you’re a big fan of Tim Burton’s „The Nightmare Before Christmas,“ then the Sleepy Hollow in the Magic Kingdom has the perfect treat for you.
The Zero waffle sundae consists of two pumpkin waffles featuring an image of Zero and is topped with vanilla ice cream, sprinkles, and a caramel drizzle.
Although this spooky sundae won’t be served daily until October 1, you can savor this sweet treat now at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, a ticketed special event held on select nights at the Magic Kingdom.
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