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Ten Hauntingly Delicious Foods at Knott's

Melodi Steinberg

Knott's Berry Blogger 2019
Family Review Guide
is a family lifestyle blog that promotes family fun activities, travel, attractions, food, discounts and giveaways based on first-hand experiences. We cover everything from tips and advice, to articles and reviews to help you navigate a balanced family life. Peek into the lives of a family who has a variety of interests and ages who blend together to enjoy life! 

A thick fog is starting to roll in. Shadows of monsters lurk in every dark corner of the park. Your heart is beating unusually fast, and you can feel your palms start to sweat. Is that fear or just the damp air?  The sounds of blood-curdling screams echo throughout the crowds, yet the sweet smell of funnel cake lingers under your nose. Now your stomach is starting to grumble, and you realize you are going to need some energy to run from the creepy carni clowns. Here are 10 hauntingly delicious foods to try at Knott’s Scary Farm:


Spooky’s Sloppy Burger (Found at Grizzly Creek Lodge)

Grab a napkin. You may need to wipe the blood from the corners of your mouth. This annihilated burger has a scoop of red mac n cheese on top of a hamburger patty with all your favorite fixings. 


Infected Pizza (Found at Wagon Wheel and Beechy Keens)

This festering slice of pie is covered in pesto, olives, mushrooms, and mozzarella.  It’s vegan, green, and ghoulishly delightful.


Burning Slaughterhouse pizza (Found at Sutter's Pizza)

This pizza brings a whole new meaning to the term “meat sweats.” The meaty slaughterhouse pizza is topped w/ pepperoni, ham, sausage, shredded buffalo chicken, ranch, and jalapenos. You will definitely keep the monsters at bay with this peppery pie.


Smoked Bat Wings (Found at Boardwalk BBQ)

Don’t be alarmed. These charred chicken wings are not burnt. They are actually smoked, which gives them a crispy texture, and then they are coated with black buffalo sauce which is dyed with black food coloring. Tip: The black dye will temporarily dye your fingers, teeth, and anything else they touch black. These are great for Instagram.


Hades Carne Asada Fries  (Found At La Papa Loca)

Nestled in their coffin, these share-worthy french fries are piled high with carne asada, pickled jalapenos, Pico de Gallo, pepper Jack cheese, jalapeno cheese sauce, and Hot Cheetos.

Devil Dog (Found at Fiesta Dogs)

Blood splattered buns make these hot dogs unique and gruesome. They are made with a red jalapeno-cheddar bun, Chicago red hot dog, jalapeno cheese sauce, beer-battered jalapenos, and half fried jalapeno. You’ll be sweating out any infection you got from the Zombies in Ghost Town. 


Sad Eye Joe’s Mac & Cheese Bites with Fries (Found at Calico Fries)

Dip ‘em, dunk ‘em, but don’t drop ‘em. Ravenous appetites will love these packed pockets full of Mac n Cheese. A side of sriracha sauce will satiate any hungry soul.


Cockroach Eclairs (Found at Ghost Town Bakery & Farm Bakery)

They are creepy, crawly, and covered in chocolate! Bite-sized eclairs are filled with creamy a creamy custard and then given salty pretzel sticks for extra crunchy limbs. Just don’t step on them!


Frankenstein’s Intestines  (Found at Log Ride Funnel & Cable Car)

These are no ordinary intestines. These are Frankenstine’s intestines. Green, twisted strands of batter all come together to form a delicious funnel cake. It’s topped with vanilla soft serve, hot fudge, and oreo crumbles. Can you stomach this?


Peaches and Scream funnel cake (Sutter’s Funnel)

That’s not a spleen on your dessert. Those are peaches. This sweet treat is a classic funnel cake served under a mountain of powdered sugar and any fleshy peaches. Screams never tasted so good. 


Deep-Fried Oreo Kreepers  (Found at Grub)

Sink your fangs into these delectably crunchy and deep-fried treats. Oreos are battered, fried, and then drizzled with raspberry blood sauce and powdered sugar. There is nothing lowbrow about this dessert. 


Pumpkin-Cinnamon Roll Milkshake (Found At Ghost Town Grill)

Bold flavors collide in this all-new comfort food shake! The Pumpkin Milkshake is a delicious blend of pumpkin purée, vanilla ice cream, cream cheese frosting, and cinnamon bun pieces. 


Black Bun Clam Chowder Bowl (Found At Ghost Town Grill)

Is it a cauldron or a bread bowl? Either way, a spoonful of creamy clam chowder will warm your forsaken soul. Watch out for the wicked witches - They lurk like dark thoughts.  


Bloody Eyeball Boba (Found At Coffee Hut)

All eyes are on you with the bloody eyeball boba. Mango tea, strawberry popping Boba, and a lychee nut eyeball make this drink eerily eye-popping. 


Oreo Monsters  (Found at Ghost Town Bakery & Farm Bakery)

These faces are almost too cute to eat! Choose between a purple cyclops, Frankenstein, and a mummy. Buy a bunch and take some home for the kids. These are great gifts to give your friends a sweet holiday treat!


Creepy Cake Pops (Found at Ghost Town Bakery)

Eye see you. These bloody eyeball cake pops are filled with red velvet cake and coated in white chocolate. Bite gently.


More Sweet Treats From The Bakeries

  • Reaper Rice Krispies Treats 

  • Happy “ChallahWeen” Challah

  • Candy Corn Parfait

  • Gravediggers Trifle

  • Pumpkin Surprise Bundt

  • Pumpkin Spice Roll

  • Pumpkin Patch Brownies

  • Pumpkin Panna Cotta Tart

  • Spooky Cupcakes

  • Chocolate Dipped OREO Monsters

  • Midnight Macarons

  • Devilish Donuts

  • Bugscotti

  • Ghouly Strawberries


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Season passes are on sale now! Visit Knott's Berry Farm as many times as you want all season in 2020 with the Regular Pass, plus enjoy special discounts on food & merchandise, hotel stays, and Knott's Scary Farm, and early entry to select rides during the summer. It does not include Knott's Soak City Waterpark.


New Passholders: Use your pass for one free admission in 2019 plus additional visits for just $14.99 each. Free and $14.99 visits are valid for the passholder only and not valid for Knott's Scary Farm or special events.

Renewing Passholders: Get a limited-time renewal price and one free Bring-A-Friend ticket (when you purchase by October 27) valid any fall daytime from September 7, 2019 - December 13, 2019. 


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Melodi Steinberg

Knott's Berry Blogger 2019
Family Review Guide
is a family lifestyle blog that promotes family fun activities, travel, attractions, food, discounts and giveaways based on first-hand experiences. We cover everything from tips and advice, to articles and reviews to help you navigate a balanced family life. Peek into the lives of a family who has a variety of interests and ages who blend together to enjoy life! 

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