Mickey’s not-so-scary Halloween party is back this year, and you’ll find food options throughout the park.The first night of the event occurred on August 12ththTo coincide with that event, some Halloween-themed treats have started to be sold exclusively at the Magic Kingdom.Still, some items were released on August 12thth Even a daytime guest at the Magic Kingdom. In the previous article, we covered the announcement of this year’s Halloween-themed food and drink items.
One of the hottest treats available at Magic Kingdom all day is the Halloween-themed churros. This churros may correspond to “super churros”.
M&M Peanut Butter Churros blew my mind when I first heard them. These churros are rolled in peanut dust with peanut sauce, chocolate sauce and M&M’s peanut butter. You can find this treat in a snack cart near Cinderella Castle. These churros are $7.25.
So what did it taste like? Well, if you don’t like peanuts or peanut butter for whatever reason, avoid these churros.
The peanut dust, as expected, tastes very much like crushed peanuts. As you’d expect from M&M’s peanut treats, peanut butter and chocolate go well together. The peanut butter sauce had a nice flavor. All in all, this Halloween treat tastes pretty decent.
On the downside, Magic Kingdom churros often taste stale to guests. To avoid this problem, he recommends getting this churros early in the day or when a fresh batch arrives. Please note that the M&M candy may separate from the churros. Chocolate melts quickly. The one I got at the Halloween party. I suspect it started melting long before I got it. Still, the cinnamon background flavor of the churros interferes with the peanut butter and chocolate flavors. Eat like you mean it!
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