As a writer for PiratesAndPrincesses.net, I write a weekly “Top 3” article about dining at Universal Orlando. These come out every Sunday assuming I remember to turn them in on time. Today, I’d like to share with you the top three things to have at Mickey’s not-so-scary Halloween party at the Magic Kingdom this year. Most are average at best. Today, at least, I can bring in some food positivity.
#1 Oh My Gourd Cupcakes From Main Street Bakery
I can’t endorse this in a big way, but I have no apparent issues with this item. I wrote a more extensive review of this Halloween treat. If you’re looking for it, this is for you. Overall, this flavor works well with this cupcake, especially for pumpkin spice lovers.
#2 Tempting Fried Pie at Golden Oak Outpost
For full disclosure, I didn’t get to try this on my night at Mickey’s not-so-scary Halloween party. However, there was a line every time we went to this restaurant. In fact, one time I went to another restaurant, ordered something, got it, came back and found the same person still in that line.
Still, this combination of buffalo chicken, mozzarella, and blue cheese wrapped in a flaky dough topped with candy eyes and jalapeño ranch aioli was well received. Available only at Obviously a queue is expected there.
This hand-style pie is crispy and packed with firm pieces of buffalo chicken. , the candy eye looks a little weird, but it’s fine with this food. The main complaint I hear about this fried pie is related to its $9.99 price tag. Other than that, this fried pie benefits as a Halloween treat.
#3 Pecos Bill Tall Tail Inn & Cafe Sweet Almond Corn Cake
As I keep telling people, this treat shines as the star of Mickey’s not-so-scary Halloween party food. However, this looks and tastes good. Don’t get confused by thinking it’s just candy corn on a corn cob. If he adds a price of less than $6 to this, he will be the winner. It will be sold only during the exhibition period, so please consider it as soon as possible.
Everything seems to be getting more expensive these days. At least these foods offer quality for their money. As always, eat like you mean it!
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