Get ready for some Disneyland Halloween food reviews!
With the launch of Disneyland Magic Keys, my husband and I are back in the parks! We began our Magic Key Holder status by kicking off Disneyland’s official Halloween season on September 3, 2021.
We are taking advantage of this year’s Halloween events after missing out last year. Our goal is to be in the parks at least once a week. And indulging in some spooky Disney treats during each visit.
Each review will let you know if any food allergies are present but not listed on the menus, where to find the food, and whether you should try it or not.
My Disneyland Halloween food reviews are below. And be sure to bookmark this page, as it will be updated weekly with new reviews throughout the Halloween season.
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Disneyland Halloween Treat Reviews
Halloween Grey Stuff and Mickey Mummy Popcorn Bucket
***This video contains two allergy alerts
Mickey Mouse Bat Cookie
Seasonal Disneyland Halloween Food Reviews
Roja Chicken Sandwich Soup Combo
Which Disneyland Halloween foods have you tried this year?
Which do you want to try?
Is there a seasonal treat or entree you would like us to try? View Disneyland’s full list here.
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