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  • DisneyFunGuy
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    Re: Disneyland Halloween Food

    Mmmmmmm, pumpkin cheesecake sounds wonderful, I'll have to try that the next time I'm there!!

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  • MTNGIRL
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    I had pumpkin cheesecake at the Carnation Cafe and it was wonderful. I highly recommend it!

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  • cstephens
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    Originally posted by Mr. Dark View Post
    while Sally's Seared Chicken sounds a little weird, being on the bone and served with a 'vanilla' sauce and is $12.99.
    The chicken isn't served on the bone, unless they've changed it from two weeks ago. It's a chicken breast, and it comes with a nice serving of "dirty" rice.


    As for Halloween food, the Blue Ribbon Bakery on Main Street has pumpkin cheesecake, a pumpkin muffin, a pumpkin cookie (though I don't know if it's because it's just shaped like a pumpkin or because it also tastes like pumpkin), and supposedly a pumpkin loaf. The French Market has a wonderful pumpkin pie with whipped cream with just a hint of pumpkin flavor. They also have other desserts there.

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  • Mr. Dark
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    Re: Disneyland Halloween Food

    Just to back up what the very accurate commenter below said, the Blue Ribbon Bakery also has a number of pumpkin-related seasonal baked goods, although they seem to go very early in the day. Last Sunday, however, they had made a fresh batch of a pumpkin cinnamon creme muffin (with the infamous Mickey icing decoration that is said to taste rather nasty) so you can always check.

    IMHO, the French Market dishes are overpriced for what you get. Around $3 more than the other dinners, which are just as big and delicious. (Jambalaya is delightful and around $10, while Sally's Seared Chicken sounds a little weird, being on the bone and served with a 'vanilla' sauce and is $12.99.)

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  • nemofinder22
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    It looks like French Market has some goodies-http://www.mouseinfo.com/forums/show...79960&garpg=12

    Its been mentioned eles where on this board that the Blue Ribbion Bakery has some seasonal drinks and the pumpkin pie with the Mickey seems to be infamous not sure where they sell that though.

    Oh and I forget where I saw it but there seems to be other little goodies around the park at the candy stores.

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  • brendada
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    Disneyland Halloween Food

    Hi all, I'm going to Disneyland next weekend. Since the park is deep into the Halloween festivities, I was wondering if any one who has visited the park recently knows what halloween foods they offer and any recomendations. Thanks!

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