Universal Studios Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights food, scary tastes good


Ready to get slimed? Universal Studios Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights food has a channels some favorite characters with a little fright and a lot of flavor.

While the haunted house hold the frights, Universal Studios Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights food might be inspired by scary but is quite delightful. Are you prepare for the treats that lay ahead?

Halloween Horror Nights calls Halloween fans with its houses that prey on people’s deepest darkest fears. From original content houses to frights based on pop culture favorites, the annual event is always a must visit.

Since all that screaming can work up quite a hunger, the Halloween Horror Nights food options need to deliver both on taste and engaging visuals. This year’s options definitely do not disappoint. The most difficult part of the evening will be choosing amongst the delectable delights.

Looking over the diverse menu, a few treats definitely stood out as must try foods. Definitely Instagrammable, Slimer’s Dog, the hot dog topped with green slime and roasted peppers will be the one dish that looks scarier than its bite.

Other Ghost Busters inspired food includes Zuul’s Egg Sandwich, Cola Battered Corn Dog and Firehouse Hot Chicken Bites. Just remember, like proton packs, don’t cross streams.

Of course, Scoops Ahoy and Stranger Things offer a lot of food inspiration this year. From savory to sweet there are numerous menu items inspired by the popular Netflix series.

Eleven’s Waffle Sundae at Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood, photo provided by Universal Studios Hollywood

For sweet treats, definitely try Eleven’s Waffle Sundae. The ice cream is topped with “mini waffles, strawberry sauce, jelly beans, chocolate chips and Reese’s Pieces.” Yes, this dessert is definitely big on sugar, but Eleven would have wanted it that way.

If you prefer something savory, there are several savory items on the Stranger Things inspired menu. From the Demo-Dog, which crushed Flamin’ Hot Cheetos to the Demogorgon’s Totcho, the spicy-infused tater tots, all these dishes definitely go bold with the flavor.

Whether clowns get you a fright or you adore the Killer Klowns from Outer Space, the Kotton Kandy Cocoon Doughnut is a picture perfect treat. This candy is safe to eat and no klowns aided in the making of this cotton candy.

Kotton Kandy Cocoon Doughnut at Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood, photo provided by Universal Studios Hollywood

Additionally, Us fans might feel the chill when they see the iconic Red Candy apples. Also, there are specialty items at Voodoo Doughnut. Unfortunately, Universal Orlando Resort’s pizza fries do not seem to be available.

While there is some overlap in between the Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando Resorts Halloween Horror Nights specials, these differences are the perfect reason to visit both locales during the season. But, can you make it through all the houses unscathed?

Halloween Horror Nights Hollywood runs now through November 3 on select dates?

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Which frightfully good treat tempts you? Do you have a favorite Halloween Horror Nights food?