Disney recently unveiled some of the sinfully sweet treats that you’ll find during this spooky time of year!

Found at the Main Street Bakery, this mouth-watering candy cupcake is made with peanut butter chips, chocolate candy bits, and toffee, and is filled with caramel sauce. It’s all topped off with an cake “cauldron” iced with chocolate buttercream and garnished with a white chocolate decoration featuring the Sanderson sisters. Also at the Main Street Bakery, you’ll find a classic Mickey-shaped cinnamon roll but with a Halloween twist…orange icing and a chocolate spider web!

Next up are some treats from Casey’s Corner and the Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café in Frontierland.

At Casey’s Corner, you can try the Donald Duck Brownie is topped with a chocolate piece featuring Donald himself in a pumpkin costume. Thirsty? Try the “Now Begin Thy Magic Spell” (a Halloween Party Exclusive), sweet red slush with passion fruit, blue curaçao syrup, Sprite, and lemonade garnished with a chocolate-covered apple slice.

Over at Pecos Bill, you can try some Hades Nachos, black bean nacho chips topped with “fiery” buffalo chicken and your choice of items from the toppings bar. Or for something on the sweeter side, get yourself some Billy’s Worms & Dirt. (Don’t worry, it’s actually quite yummy!)

At the Golden Oak Outpost, you can sample a Caramel Pretzel, Cinnamon Donuts, and even Frozen Apple Cider. At Sleepy Hollow, you can try the Headless Horseman Cheesecake – a pumpkin cheesecake layered with gluten-friendly chocolate cake, chocolate crunchies, orange glaze, and a Headless Horseman chocolate piece. Also at Sleepy Hollow is the Chocolate Mickey Waffle Sundae; black chocolate waffles topped with pumpkin gelato, candy corn, caramel sauce, and sprinkles. While you’re in Liberty Square, head on over to the Liberty Square Popcorn Cart for Constance’s for Better or For Worse Wedding Cake. This citrus-scented cake features raspberry Bavarian cream, white chocolate glaze, icing pearls, flowers, and a chocolate axe (hmm, what’s that for???)

Over at Storybook Treats in Fantasyland, you’ll find the Maleficent Cone; a black waffle cone filled with lime soft-serve and topped with chocolate horns and purple sugar. Delightfully sinful! And coming in September is the party-exclusive Snake Eyes concoction, featuring Sprite, green apple, and lemonade garnished with gummy worms and light up dice.

Meanwhile, over at Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies, you can enjoy the Pumpkin Spice Soft Serve Sundae, topped with candy corn and caramel sauce. It’s out of this world! Sorry, we couldn’t resist…

But wait, there’s even more Tomorrowland Halloween treats to be found! You’ll find the Berry Blaster at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café, made from blue curaçao syrup, cherry lemonade, and Sprite garnished with a lemon wheel and raspberries. Hungry? Try the Lots-O-Burger! This yummy beef patty is topped with brie fondue, strawberry-bacon jam (yep, you knew strawberries were in there somewhere!, an onion ring, and a Lotso bun.

Over at the Cool Ship, you’ll find the Hades Hatred, featuring lemonade, blue curaçao syrup, and blueberry popping pearls topped with blue cotton candy.

Feeling adventurous? At Aloha Isle (home of the famous Dole Whip), you can find the party-exclusive Pirates Horizon, made from orange juice, passion fruit, pineapple juice, and garnished with a pineapple wedge on a pirate sword skewer.

There are sure to be more Halloween treats on the way (and don’t forget that free candy at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party!), so stay tuned, and get those costumes ready!

Photos courtesy of the Disney Blog