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Review: Which Disneyland Halloween Treats are as Spookylicious as Described
Nothing like Halloween Treats at Disneyland.  I had the opportunity to try a few this weekend and wanted to tell you all about them. Hope you enjoy them as much as I did!!!
Pumpkin Beignets at Mint Julio Bar in New Orleans Square are always spot on. A subtle spice flavor, and a repeat favorite every year.
Pumpkin Beignets at Mint Julio Bar in New Orleans Square
Pumpkin Beignets at Mint Julio Bar in New Orleans Square
My new favorite this Halloween Time at Disneyland is the Black Rose Dessert at Red Rose Tavern in Fantasyland. The rich combination of black truffle mousse and raspberry compote is TO DIE FOR.
 Black Rose Dessert at Red Rose Tavern
Black Rose Dessert at Red Rose Tavern

 

 Black Rose Dessert at Red Rose Tavern
Black Rose Dessert at Red Rose Tavern
Finally, the Bat Cake Pop at the Candy Palace was rich and soft, just as a great cake pop should be. The red velvet, moon-shaped cake is wrapped in a marbled white chocolate and topped with a decorative chocolate bat and tasted delicious!
Bat cake pop at the Candy Palace
Bat cake pop at the Candy Palace

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Author and Pictures: Vanessa Bañuelos-Dawson


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