Legoland Florida unwraps ghostly foodie creations for Halloween event

Brick-or-Treat begins Sept. 16

Do-Nut Wake the Dead Doughnut, a ghoulish Bavarian crème doughnut topped with green glaze, cookie crumbs, green and bone sprinkles, a gummy worm, and chocolate tombstone. (Legoland Florida)

WINTER HAVEN, Fla. – Legoland Florida has unearthed its monster menu for its upcoming Brick-Or-Treat Halloween event.

Beginning Sept. 16, guests will have a wickedly good time as they trick-or-treat around the theme park, enjoy live entertainment and meet some fun LEGO characters, dressed in their Halloween best.

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On Wednesday, park leaders scared up some of the limited-time food and drinks that guests will find at the fall event. Some of the foods include a Ghoulishly Hot Chicken Sandwich, Witch’s Brew Soft Serve, a Do-Nut Wake the Dead Doughnut and a Squad Ghouls Shake.

Ghoulishly Hot Chicken Sandwich, a fried chicken breast topped with hot honey barbecue sauce and pimento cheese spread on a potato bun (Legoland Florida)

The theme park’s famous apple fries are also getting their own Halloween twist.

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This fall, guests can try the Happy Harvest Apple Fries, which includes pumpkin soft serve ice cream, camel sauce and whipped cream. Building on the sweet treats, guests can try a Churro de Los Muertos, a cinnamon-sugar churro and dulce de leche ice cream sandwich rolled in sprinkles.

Witch’s Brew Soft Serve, featuring lime soft serve and all the fixings for a perfect spell – a spirited sprinkle mix of bats, spiders and gummy worms. (Legoland Florida)

Legoland Florida’s Brick-Or-Treat is happening on select Saturday and Sundays through Oct. 29.

New this Brick-or-Treat, families can visit the Mad Scientist Laboratory, where a new element of the party comes to life. Every Brick-or-Treat evening, the 4D theater is transformed into a uniquely interactive character experience where families can meet LEGO Wolf Guy or LEGO Square Foot, plus pick up a candy surprise.

For a limited time, guests can get 2-Day, 2-Park tickets for just $99.

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Landon joined News 6 in 2017. He grew up in Southern Illinois and graduated from Southern Illinois University with a bachelors degree in TV and digital media. When he is not at work you can catch him at one of Orlando's theme parks or the beach. Before working at News 6 he worked for stations in Miami and Fort Myers.