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Disneyland Has Special Menu Offerings for Halloween

Halloween Time at Disneyland Resort is always full of special treats for lovers of Disney and the spooky season, but Disneyland has pulled out all the stops this year! If you’re attending the Oogie Boogie Bash at Disney California Adventure, then read on to see the highlights from Disneyland’s special Halloween menus or watch the video below!

Halloween Time began at Disneyland Resort on September 3rd, and you have until October 31st to enjoy the delicious offerings. Alien Pizza Planet looks like a promising start; Disneyland Guests can savor a deconstructed Lasagna (Campanelle pasta tossed in ricotta cream sauce topped with Bolognese sauce and bread crumbs), a Supernova Special (spiced marinara sauce topped with sausage, salami, assorted cheeses, onions, olives, and tomatoes drizzled with pesto), or the Halloween Alien Macaron that’s “filled with blackberry buttercream and lemon curd”!

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Any fans of Café Orleans might want to linger and try the Chocolate-Praline Mousse Cake (which involves praline mousse, dark chocolate brownie, vanilla creme anglaise, and a lovely ganache), and Carnation Café Guests can enjoy this newcomer’s Spicy Fried Chicken Sandwich (which includes sriracha-glazed fried chicken breast, a brioche bun with spicy sandwich spread, pepper jack cheese, creamy mustard slaw, and cilantro served with fries). Need another dessert? Head to the French Market for a chocolate cherry cake adorned in buttercream frosting, sour cherries, cherry sauce, and cream cheese filling.

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If you like things a little intergalactic (or you like Star Wars a lot), try the Galactic Grill for sustenance! The BBQ Pork Fries will be the perfect predecessors to a chocolate & red velvet parfait. This confection includes multiple layers of red velvet cake complemented by a ganache, cookies, dark chocolate ​mousse, and chocolate cake topped with chocolate flakes, a chocolate Darth Vader helmet, and a mini chocolate lightsaber​! Any fans of autumn, who prefer a more Earthly style, will gravitate towards the Honey Cream Cold Brew and Pumpkin Cheesecake Funnel Cake from the Hungry Bear.

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Disneyland Guests looking for some fruity flavor need look no further than the Mickey-shaped Strawberry Chocolate Beignets at the Mint Julep Bar, and Disney traditionalists will love the Grey Stuff at the Red Rose Taverne!

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For a snack on the go during the festivities, grab a BBQ Bacon Dog from the Refreshment Corner. This “foot-long hot dog with bacon slices, BBQ sauce, fried onions, jack and cheddar cheese, and chives” will definitely keep you going through the night! Fall fans could also take the River Belle Terrace’s Pumpkin Spice Monkey Bread as a travel snack (or perhaps the Tomorrowland Churro Cart’s Pumpkin Spice Churro, which is “rolled in pumpkin spice sugar with brown butter cream cheese dipping sauce”.

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For any adults wanting some sweeter, but still autumnal flavors, try Clarabelle’s Spiked Hard Apple Float “drizzled with caramel sauce”. And for anyone wanting something to celebrate Día de los Muertos, try the traditional tamale plate (containing red chile pork tamales with golden rice and black beans) from the Plaza de la Familia. Actress Eiza Gonzalez just visited there, too! And lastly, if you’re a sushi fan, you’ll want to head to Splitsville Luxury Lanes for the Crouching Dragon Sushi Roll. The tempura shrimp, asparagus, avocado, spicy krab mix, eel sauce, spicy mayo, and sriracha will blow you away!

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We haven’t even scratched the surface of Disneyland’s Halloweentime offerings, so check the full list here to start planning your meals during the Oogie Boogie Bash!

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About Sharon

Sharon is from New England. She's a writer, animal lover, and, of course, a Disney Fanatic! Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures.