Obviously, I have an addiction to "Pooh Corner" because I stop here almost every time I come to Critter Country it seems. They have the most fantastic treats and Halloweentime is no exception. We stopped in here to get something sweet to eat after riding the Winnie the Pooh ride. The only reason I agree to go on the Winnie the Pooh ride is because the exit lets out right in front of the Pooh Corner.
In case you didn't know by now, the Pooh Corner is located at the back side of Critter Country. It's near the Winnie the Pooh Ride and Splash Mountain. Inside they have tons of treats made fresh daily. If you are looking for the most current holiday treats, this is a great place to go and find them.
They had all the Halloween treats and souvenirs on display inside Pooh Corner, so of course I took some pictures while I stopped for a treat with the kids. The line was the longest I had ever seen it in this neck of the woods, I waited almost 10 minutes for my treat, that's unheard of in these parts!
This spider was an absolute nightmare (no Halloween pun intended). It turned your hands, mouth and anything it came in contact with black. Those are black sugar crystals all over the outside of the thing, yes BLACK! They turn hands and mouth pitch black for two days.
The legs of the spider cake pop are made of gummy worms, the inside is a red velvet cake mixture, and the outside is covered in chocolate and dipped in black sugar sprinkles. When you bite into the cake pop, the red velvet cake makes it look like blood, it's kind of gross, but very clever on the creator's part.
This spider cake pop was the size of my hand; it was pretty big to be considered a cake pop (it was practically the size of a cake). I would never order anything covered in black sugar sprinkles again because it turns everything it comes in contact with black. Jeremy couldn't even finish the thing, it was that big. I didn't help him finish it because I didn't want to walk around with black teeth.