Late August, in retail-speak, means that HALLOWEEN IS HERE.
Sure, we might have a month until Autumn officially starts, but try and stop the Disney parks from rolling out their spooky fall dessert offerings.
You won't. You can't. I won't let you.
In fact, you won't want to once you see how incredibly delightful their new seasonal treats look.
Starting on August 25, Magic Kingdom is rolling out their latest batch of festive sweets, some of which are available all day, while others are only around for Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Parties on select evenings, according to Disney Parks Blog.
The desserts will only be around until November 1, so if you're visiting Magic Kingdom soon, you'll want to get your fill while you can.
The all-day foods include a bright orange chocolate, vanilla and marshmallow Mickey Halloween Cupcake and a Mickey-shaped Cinnamon Roll, both available at the Main Street Bakery. You can also pick up pumpkin ice cream at Plaza Ice Cream Parlor.
During the nighttime Halloween parties, you can head to the Main Street Bakery and Gaston's Tavern for a white chocolate Mickey and a Pumpkin Cheesecake Dome with orange white chocolate glaze.
Candy Corn Ice Cream is available at Auntie Gravity's Galactic Goodies in Tomorrowland. And at Sleepy Hollow in Liberty Square, you can pick up a layered vanilla and chocolate cake panna cotta Jack Skellington:
At a number of kiosks throughout the park, you can pick up Chocolate Crisped Rice Treats and Vampire Mickey Brownies:
Worms and Dirt at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe:
You can grab a Pumpkin Mickey Waffle at Sleepy Hollow:
And there are a handful of chocolate Haunted Mansion Desserts scattered throughout the park. You can find them at Aloha Isle, Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies, Liberty Square Market and Storybook Treats.
Are you an annual pass holder? If so, you can get a heck of a deal right now: For a limited time, you can snag a one-day Park Hopper ticket -- which normally costs Florida residents $174 to access Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, Epcot and Animal Kingdom -- for just $79, according to The Orlando Sentinel.