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The 12 Spookiest Halloween Treats at Knott's Berry Farm

Caryn Bailey

Knott's Berry Blogger 2019
Caryn is a long-time family-focused writer and digital media expert, who covers a range of lifestyle topics including food, fashion, beauty, film, travel, and technology. Caryn draws from her experience as a mother and a healthcare professional to share her knowledge and experiences. Having traveled the world, Orange County is home to Caryn and her two young children. Read more about Caryn's adventures on Rockin Mama

In the spirit of Halloween, Knott's Berry Farm has undergone a wickedly exciting transformation!  Knott's Spooky Farm invites the littlest of guests to join the friendly ghosts of Calico for a spirited daytime event which includes trick-or-treating, not-too-spooky entertainment, and your favorite Peanuts characters dressed up for the occasion. After dark, the park transforms into Knott's Scary Farm, where all of your nightmares come true! Now celebrating its 46th season, the popular haunt will immerse fans in an experience that includes scares at every turn, frightening creatures, and more. To celebrate all-things Halloween, the culinary team at Knott's Berry Farm crafted a handful of frighteningly delicious eats and treats. 


Lights-Out Monster Burger: This monstrously good burger features angus beef, cheddar cheese, crispy onions, and Cajun sausage on a black bun. Fun fact! The burger is actually colored with squid ink! Fuel up at Ghost Town Grill before proceeding into the fog during Knott's Scary Farm! 

Dante's Asada Fries: Indulge your spicy cravings with these flaming hot fries!  Shoestring fries are dusted with chili and topped with jalapeños, nacho cheese, carne asada, and crushed flaming hot Cheetos. Get your spicy fix at Papa Loca in Fiesta Village. 

CarnEvil Sausage:  When the lights go down, Knott's Boardwalk is transformed into a freak show as clowns vie for your attention. If you need a reprieve, fuel up with this spicy sausage served on a red bun and topped with Giardiniera, an Italian-style relish. Available at Boardwalk BBQ

Cuckoo Nest's Candy Corn Funnel Cake: Don't let the black funnel cake deceive you!  Perfectly crunchy, it features candy corn-flavored frosting. Top it with vanilla ice cream to indulge your sweet tooth! Available at the Cable Car Kitchen just outside the main gate. 

Peter Pumpkin Eater Chili: In this creative ode to the classic nursery rhyme, the culinary team starts with spicy chili, then adds seasonal spices and pumpkin chunks. The dish is served in a hearty orange pumpkin sourdough bowl and can be found at the Ghost Town Bakery. 

Ghostly Bundt Cake:  These pumpkin mini bundt cakes are dipped in white icing and adorned with a chocolate face!  Available at the Gourmet Coffee Hut

Paranormal Chicken & Carne Asada Burritos: Nothing about Paranormal Inc. seems quite right in this haunted hospital. Even the chicken sandwich on a red bun defies normalcy. Find this sandwich and the carne asada burrito at the Ghost Town Cart if you dare!

Goblin's Grub: This Halloween-inspired snack mix takes a gourmet twist as it is served up in a chocolate -dipped orange cone. The sweet and salty mix includes caramel and cheddar corn, Halloween M&Ms, gummy worms, and yogurt pretzels. Available at Strictly on a Stick across from the Timber Mountain Log Ride

Inferno Churro: Sweet and spicy converge in this bavarian-filled churro, which is dipped in white chocolate, spicy cinnamon sugar, and candy sprinkles. Available at the Ghost Town Churro Factory 

Dark Entities Dole Whip: Your favorite dairy-free frozen dessert was inspired by the brand new maze at Knott's Scary Farm. A black waffle cone is filled with raspberry and pineapple swirl Dole Whip, then topped with gummy worms. Beachy Keen Pizza 

Chaos Caramel Apple Shake: Your favorite treat just got shake-i-fied!  The shake features caramel apple flavors and is topped with whipped cream, green and black sprinkles, and a caramel apple slice. Available at Coasters Diner

Beneath the Surface Popping Boba: I saved the best for last with this creepy-cool boba!  Mildly sweet, the drink features eyeball-stuffed lychee and boba, the perfect drink to quench your thirst during Knott's Scary Farm.  Available at Mrs. Knott's Bakery Express

Knott's Spooky Farm runs weekends in October and Halloween Day. Knott's Scary Farm runs on select nights through October 31. 

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Caryn Bailey

Knott's Berry Blogger 2019
Caryn is a long-time family-focused writer and digital media expert, who covers a range of lifestyle topics including food, fashion, beauty, film, travel, and technology. Caryn draws from her experience as a mother and a healthcare professional to share her knowledge and experiences. Having traveled the world, Orange County is home to Caryn and her two young children. Read more about Caryn's adventures on Rockin Mama

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