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The Best Snacks at Halloween Horror Nights 2023

Halloween Horror Nights are upon us and that can only mean one thing: FOOD! What? Not what you were expecting? OK, so Halloween Horror Nights isn’t exactly known for their culinary masterpieces but I’d argue that just means it’s an underrated delight. This year, some fan favorites return alongside incredible all-new treats so once you scare up an appetite, be sure to check these out!

Bloody Campground Poutine

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A treat worthy of Jason Vorhees himself. The Bloody Campground Poutine is a French fry dish topped with Asian-inspired gravy, char-siu roasted pork, cheese curds, and scallions.

Left Behind Ravioli 

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Government Rations have never been so delicious! You’ll be able to survive the zombie apocalypse with cheese ravioli with marinara, truffle cream, and tempura fried enoki mushrooms.

Pumpkin Dulce de Leche Puff

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Hello Pumpkin! Nothing says falls quite lime pumpkin treats and no one does pumpkin treats quite like Universal Orlando! This sweet treat is a pumpkin and dulce de leche filled puff topped with whipped ganache, pumpkin seeds, and gold accents.

Walking Taco

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There’s no need to fear this taco! Designed to eat on-the-go  you’ll get Fritos chips topped with taco beef, shredded mozzarella, black beans, queso, pico de gallo, shredded lettuce, sour cream, and cilantro in a convenient bag to keep the mess at a minimum.

There’s also a Vegan option that consists of Fritos chips topped with vegan chorizo, shredded mozzarella, roasted corn salsa, pico de gallo, shredded lettuce, and cilantro. It also comes in a bag so that you can snack as you run for your life from the zombies!

Trick or Treat Bucket

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This dessert is all treat no trick! enjoy a hodgepodge of Halloween’s best sweets with the Trick or Treat Bucket. It’s chocolate chip crème brûlée topped with peanut butter buttercream, caramel popcorn, candy corn, M&Ms, Reese’s Pieces, and licorice strip!

Fried ’til the End Chicken

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This spicy dish isn’t Child’s Play! Satisfy your hunger with fried popcorn chicken tossed in Nashville sauce, drizzled with ranch and topped with scallions and chili threads (or are thise Chucky hairs?) All served in a Chucky popcorn bucket.

Rotting Pumpkin

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If the Pumpkin Dulce de Leche Puff was a bit too cutsey for you, try the Rotting Pumpkin! Sink your teeth into pumpkin-spice crème brûlée garnished with leaves made of buttercream and a ganache stem!

Peanut Blooder Burger

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Some vampires live in castles and feast on human blood. Some sparkle in the sun. Others, rock out to 60’s music while eating…burgers? It doesn’t have to make sense, it just needs to be delicious. The Peanut Blooder Burger is a smash burger with peanut butter sauce, raspberry jelly, cheddar cheese, shaved onions, jalapeño bacon, and cherry peppers on a vampire bun.

Al Pastor Torta

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This sandwich is perfect to fuel your night before heading off into depths unknown! Enjoy al pastor pork as well as smashed avocados, shredded lettuce, pickled onions, a black-bean spread, tomatoes, queso fresco and pickled jalapeños between two slices of toasty torta bread.

Dr. Oddfellow’s Carn”EVIL” Dog

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What’s a carnival without a hot dogs? Even evil carnivals need hot dogs…right? Like everything else at Dr. Oddfellow’s Carnival,  this dog isn’t whatnot seems. Sink your teeth into a  a hot dog with a confetti bun, topped with potato sticks and…Kool-Aid pickles and bubblegum mustard. You read that correctly.

Bloody Snowball

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Sometimes things get a little out of hand. The Bloody Snowball is one of those things. Enjoy Chocolate cake with marshmallow buttercream and coconut shreds!

Oreo Mummy Pop

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This adorable treat honestly seems a bit out of place but we’re not mad about it. This Mummy Pop is anOreo cheesecake pop with candy eyes.

Bonus Treat: Fortune Teller Milkshake 

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This Monster Shake is a feast for the eyes AND the taste buds!  Over at Toothsome Chocolate Emporium the Fortune Teller Milkshake is a vanilla-ice-cream shake topped with apple pie, dulce de leche, cinnamon, bat sprinkles, candy crystals, whipped topping and a chocolate tarot card!

We can’t wait to try out all of these delicious treats at Universal Orlando Resort this year! Halloween Horror Nights is available on select nights and has been voted the best Halloween Event in the country.

 

 

About Jill Bivins

Jill Bivins has been visiting Disney Parks since she was 2 years old and loves sharing her Disney adventures with the world. She likes to say Disney is in her blood and writing is in her bones — so any time she has the opportunity to combine these loves she is one happy camper! She has a deep abiding love for Epcot and as a die hard Star Wars fan has a serious love for Hollywood Studios as well. When she isn't exploring or writing about Disney Parks, Jill is homeschooling her 8 year old son, playing with her brand new baby son, or pretending to be a farmer on her family homestead (despite being unable to keep even a cactus alive). Find Jill on Instagram @minnieonmain.