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For a very limited time, Disney Springs is playing host to some fun, festive and frightful snacks in celebration of Halloween.
Be sure to also check out the full list of fall goodies available at Disney Springs on our blog post that covers all of those treats! We will link that HERE! And also at the end of this blog.
These Halloween themed snacks will be only be available at Disney Springs and only from October 25-31, 2019. So grab your doombuggy and get on over to Disney Springs to take advantage.
All three of these food trucks are located on the West Side of Disney Springs across the way from Disney’s Candy Cauldron.
Over at the Springs Street Taco Truck, you can get yourself these Chicken Adobo Nachos that feature blue corn tortilla chips with chicken adobo (spicy), toasted pumpkin seeds, dried cranberry, lime crema and a zesty pumpkin-cheese sauce. Yum! And these give us all the fall vibes.
The Mac and Cheese Food Truck is getting is serving up this unique and festive option. This mac and cheese has a pumpkin-cheese sauce (yes, you read that right) and also comes with toasted pumpkin seeds, dried cranberries, and gummy cranberry worms. This is adventurous.
Satisfy your sweet tooth at the Cookie Dough and Everything Sweet Food Truck. Get yourself this Halloween Cookie Dough Waffle Taco that is stuffed with a pumpkin spice and cold brew cookie dough and if that wasn’t enough, it is topped with chocolate sauce, whipped cream, and a chocolate spider.
Get your sweet tooth on in time for Halloween and let us know how those cranberry gummy worms are too!
Check out all of the fall treats over in Disney Springs HERE!
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(Source: Disney Parks Blog)