Food to Try at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party
If you’re planning on visiting Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party this year, be sure you book one of the vacation villas at FantasyWorld, one of the leading resorts in Kissimmee. A lot of people choose our resort because of the full kitchen allowing you to prepare affordable meals and snacks so you can splurge a bit more at the parks.To help you decide on some of the ghoulishly delightful foods to try, here are a few recommendations.
On select nights from August 11 through November 1, you’ll enjoy Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, offering creeptastic characters, mildly evil entertainment, and ghoulishly good food. This year there will be at least 30 treats, many of which are new this year, including the Skull Brownie, Zombie Fingers, Tombstone Tarts and Apple Fritter Milkshakes, the last two being available day and night. Plus, as the evening fun really gets started, you can join the Disney’s Not-So-Spooky Spectacular Dessert Party. Here you’ll find all–you-dare-to-eat sweet treats as well as specialty drinks. In addition, you’ll enjoy a private viewing of the nighttime display.
There are a lot of delicious drinks to enjoy throughout the day as well as during the party. The Queen of Hearts Slushy is a frozen cherry slushy with black cherry purée drizzle and topped with whipped cream and a chocolate crown. Coffee lovers will want to try the Witches Cold Brew, made with French Vanilla Joffrey’s Coffee Cold Brew and topped with pumpkin-spiced foam and Halloween sprinkles. For something a little lighter, especially for kids, don’t miss the River Styx Elixir, which is a kiwi lemonade with luster dust.
There’s plenty of savory dishes to lessen the sugar high. Try the Snarling Sub that has meatballs in a spicy marinara, with pesto, and mozzarella “teeth” all served in a black roll. Or try the Pain and Panic Loaded Tots, which are tots topped with sriracha mustard, sweet and spicy onion relish, and crumbled bratwurst. There’s also the Bowl of Bones made up of bone-in wings fried with fresh jalapeños and tossed in Coca-Cola Cherry barbecue sauce.
Still, it’s Halloween, a time when sweet treats balance out any sour scary moments, though some, like the Zombie Fingers, straddle the line. This treat has almond cookie fingers, Key lime pie white chocolate ganache, salted caramel crisp pearls, and sugar eyes. If you enjoy a bit of heat with your sweet, try the Tombstone Tart made with flaky pastry filled with strawberry-jalapeño jam and topped with sprinkles and sugar spiders. For those preferring sweet to scary, the Black Velvet Whoopie Pie is a black velvet cookie with buttercream and sprinkles topped with a sweet looking sugar spider. Who can be scared of the Mickey-shaped Cinnamon Roll topped with orange frosting and sprinkles? And who can resist a Jack Pop chocolate fudge brownie with marshmallow filling that is topped with a Jack chocolate piece.
These are just a few of the new treats to try this year, many available all day, while some come out after Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party gets started. Then when the sugar crash hits, head back to the spacious villas at FantasyWorld, one of the delightful resorts in Kissimmee.Tags: Kissimmee vacation, resort Orlando vacation, Resort Tips