Check Out Universal Orlando’s Killer Halloween Horror Nights Menu

If you’re planning on attending Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando Resort this year, they have a killer menu lined up. The gruesome new menu items will be available from September 2 through October 31, not only during Halloween Horror Nights, but also in select CityWalk locations.

Universal Orlando’s award-winning culinary team created the spooky menu items, adding more new treats than in Halloween Horror Nights history. Going through all those intense haunted houses can whet your appetite, and here are some of the tasty dishes you can devour:

Cheesy dog ​​covered in maggots – This disgusting but delicious tasting option is a Korean-style hot dog made with fresh mozzarella, coated in puffed rice and topped with a drizzle of gochujang and black sesame seeds.

Lil’ Boo Pumpkin Spice Bread – This steamed bun filled with spicy butternut squash is inspired by the cute pumpkin character, which is featured in Horrors of Halloween Scare Zone. Bonus: this is another vegetarian food.

Halloween Horror Nights – Courtesy of Universal Orlando Resort

Philly Garlic Cheese “Stake” – This creepy sammie is served on a black hoagie slider roll and includes everything you want on a cheesesteak. We’re talking minced beef, peppers, caramelized onions, mushrooms, roasted garlic aioli and muenster cheese sauce.

Fried zombie brains – This vegan option consists of fried cauliflower florets coated in a spicy gochujang sauce, with toasted sesame seeds and green onions.

Petrified Rat Tails “Funnel fries, anyone? These are served with a creamy crab dip and seasoned with herbs, spices and green onions.

pizza skull – This fun and festive savory treat features cheese and pepperoni stuffed skulls with a side of marinara. Dip according to your cravings for a twisted little heart!

Tombstone Red Velvet Cake Pop – When you’re ready for something sweet, this red velvet cake pop should do the trick. Coated in buttercream and served on a bed of chocolate cookie crumbs, it also includes a white chocolate bone. This is another vegetarian offering.

Major Sweets Ice Cream Sandwich – Inspired by sweet revenge Scare Zone isn’t just any old ice cream sandwich. Made with sweet corn sugar cookies and filled with sweet corn ice cream, this is a great vegetarian option.

Halloween Horror Nights

Halloween Horror Nights – Courtesy of Universal Orlando Resort

Want to celebrate Dia de los Muertos? Halloween Horror Nights features special themed treats inspired by Latin dishes. Choose from Tamales Dia de los Mertos (gluten-free), which are pork tamales in red mole sauce topped with cotija cheese or Roasted Sweet Potato Mushroom Street Tacos (garnished with onions, crumbled vegan cheese, cilantro and birria consommé.

Looking for your old favourites? These are back too, so you can expect snacks Pizza Fries, S’mores Fries and Traditional Twist Taters (in the same way Blood and Guts Taters and Fiery Twisted Taters).

Halloween Horror Nights also has livelier offerings.

Fancy a cocktail? Halloween Horror Nights has you covered! The Save Your Tears Cocktailinspired by The Weeknd’s Nightmare after hours haunted house, is a delicious blend of bourbon, peach brandy, agave nectar, once-squeezed lemon juice and bitters, topped with popping peach-flavored boba and served in a fun keepsake mug.

You can also sip a burning skull, which mixes tequila, lime juice, mango nectar, simple syrup, pineapple juice, smoked chili bitters, basil concentrate and jalapeno. This shaken cocktail is served in a lighted molded skull cup.

Whatever flavors you crave, Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights has just what you need to satisfy your appetite.

Which evil tasty Halloween Horror Nights treats sound the most appetizing to you? Tell us in the comments section.

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