Disneyland Halloween Food Reviews 2021 – What To Buy And What To Avoid

Disneyland Halloween 2021 Food Review. Image: Orange background with black shadow trees, pumpkins, gravestones, cats, bats, and spiders.

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.

This seasonal entrée from Alien Pizza Planet will be gone after Halloween! Find out why you need to try it!

In this seasonal treat review, The Disabled Diva shares a Mickey and Minnie pumpkin spice cupcake cake is available in two flavors) review. Happy Halloween!

Inspired by the wicked character Dr. Facilier from The Princess and the Frog, this seasonal treat is only available at one Disneyland sit-down restaurant. Find out where and if it is worth making a reservation for.

Should you try the candy corn Mickey sugar cookie from Disneyland? Find out which Halloween seasonal foods are worth trying and which are a waste of money.

Disneyland Halloween seasonal food review of Jack Skellington caramel apple.

Disneyland Halloween food and treats reviews and allergy information. Seasonal fun for 2021!

This Disneyland 2021 Halloween Food review issues two not typically listed food allergies you should be aware of. Find out what they are here!

This Mickey Mouse Bat shortbread cookie is to die for! Or is it? Find out as The Disabled Diva reviews Disneyland Halloween Treats. Seasonal fun in 2021!

Tasty treats and spooky eats!! The Disabled Diva reviews Disneyland Halloween food for 2021! What to get and what to avoid!

The Disabled Diva reviews Disneyland Halloween treats and food. Seasonal fun for 2021

Disclaimer: This blog post contains affiliate links. I may earn a small commission to fund my coffee drinking habit if you use these links to make a purchase. You will not be charged extra, and you’ll keep me supplied with caffeine. It’s a win for everyone. I am not a medical professional, and nothing stated in this article should be mistaken for medical advice…

Halloween Costumes

Disneyland Halloween Treat Reviews

Minnie Witch Crisped Rice Cereal Treat

Jack Skellington Caramel Apple


Minnie/Mickey Ears Candy Corn Cupcakes

Dr. Facilier Mousse Cake


Mummy Marshmallow Wand

Pumpkin Pie Rice Cereal Treat


Pumpkin Spice Cupcake with Chocolate Mickey Ears


Halloween Grey Stuff and Mickey Mummy Popcorn Bucket

***This video contains two allergy alerts


Oogie Boogie Crisped Rice Cereal Treat

Cozy Cone Macaron

****Allergy Warnings**** Peanuts, gluten, and artificial food coloring.


Seasonal Disneyland Halloween Food Reviews

Supernova Pizza Slice

Jalapeno Bacon Cheesburger


Roja Chicken Sandwich Soup Combo

Spicy Mango Habanero Chicken and Steak Fries


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.

Don’t forget to bookmark this page! More reviews will be added soon!

Happy Halloween!

Subscribe to The Disabled Diva

Related Posts

Join My Facebook Group

Published by Cynthia Covert

Diagnosed in 2001 with psoriasis, followed by fibromyalgia, psoriatic arthritis, endometriosis, and later a botched hysterectomy turned her world upside down. Cynthia shares her experience, advice, and tips for how to make life with chronic pain easier and less painful.

Share your thoughts

Skip to content
This Website is committed to ensuring digital accessibility for people with disabilitiesWe are continually improving the user experience for everyone, and applying the relevant accessibility standards.
Conformance status