7 Disney World Foods We Want in Our Grocery’s Freezer Section

We’ve always dreamed of being able to enjoy a Mickey Ice Cream Bar on our couch in our PJs, and low and behold, in 2019 it FINALLY happened! In celebration of Mickey’s 90th birthday (technically November 2018, but the Mouse loves a party!), you could actually start buying them at your local store without booking a trip to Disney!

Mickey Ice Cream Bars at Home! @ralphs.com

They turned out not to be exactly the same as the classic Mickey bars sold at the parks –but hey, beggars can’t be choosers (and they’re close enough for us! )

So what other Disney treats would we love to see on our grocery store shelves someday?

Here’s our dream list of Disney Parks eats we NEED in our everyday lives!

Magic Kingdom

Dole Whip

Could you imagine having easy (and unlimited!) access to Dole Whip??? How do we get to this utopia?!!! We’ve actually tried to figure out how to make this stuff at home (the mix is available online!) But it would be so much simpler (and cheaper than installing a soft-serve machine in our homes) if we could just pick up a quart or pint of the good stuff when we needed a quick Dole Whip fix!

Dole Whip

If you do want to enjoy some soft serve Dole Whip close to home, we’ve heard from readers that it can be found at Sweet Frog and Menchie’s froyo spots!

50’s Prime Time Cafe… TV Dinners!

Who doesn’t love dining in Hollywood Studios’ kitschiest of restaurants? Just remember: no elbows on the table!! Look, it’s hard to whip up a supper when you’re exhausted from work, and the kids are starving, and you just can’t with the stove, so we admit to caving into quick heat ‘n’ eat meals out of sheer necessity sometimes.

But if they were 50s Prime Time Cafe-themed TV Dinners, we wouldn’t feel nearly as guilty! How does a comforting plate of fried chicken with mashed potatoes with sound?

Aunt Liz’s Golden Fried Chicken at 50’s Prime Time Café

Of course, we’d take some meatloaf, too — we’re not picky!

Cousin Megan’s Traditional Meatloaf at 50’s Prime Time Café

'50s Prime Time Cafe Restaurant

Rating: 8.55 / 10 Recommended By: 94%
Menus: Lunch/Dinner, Children's Lunch/Dinner
Services: Table Service

Mickey Pretzel

We’ve seen soft pretzels in our stores’ freezers before — and sometimes in the bakery department if we’re lucky enough! But there’s just something about them being Mickey-shaped that makes the pretzels in the Disney Parks taste so much better! Maybe it’s the ears?

Mickey Pretzel

Mickey Waffles

The same can be said about Mickey Waffles! While we’re unsure of what science (or sorcery!) is behind making all Mickey-shaped foods taste so good, our taste buds can detect the difference! Recently we’ve seen Mickey-shaped waffle makers online, and you can even buy the mix Disney uses for these delectable dishes, but c’mon, Disney — do us a solid and just sell ’em premade in the freezer aisle, pretty please!

Mickey Waffle

Corn Dog Nuggets from Casey’s Corner

We are living for the day when we can go into our freezer and pull out a bag of Casey’s Corner Corn Dog Nuggets! It could happen, right? These things are SO addictive!

Casey’s Corner Corn Dog Nuggets

Casey's Corner Restaurant

Rating: 7.09 / 10 Recommended By: 89%
Menus: Lunch/Dinner
Services: Quick Service

L’Artisan des Glaces Macaron Ice Cream Sandwich

We sure do love an ice cream sandwich at Disney World, and there are several irresistible options to choose from. You got the Ice Cream Churro Sandwich at Sleepy Hollow or your Classic Mickey Ice Cream Sandwich, for starters. But one of our favorites has to be the Macaron Ice Cream Sandwich at L’Artisan des Glaces in Epcot’s France pavilion! The spot’s famous ice cream comes sandwiches between two large, perfect macarons. It’s a dessert fusion we can get behind!

Pumpkin Spice Macaron Ice Cream Sandwich

L'Artisan des Glaces Restaurant

Rating: N/A Recommended By: N/A
Menus: Snacks
Services: Take Out or Walk-up Window

Cheshire Cat Tail

If you’ve never enjoyed this signature pastry of the Cheshire Cafe in Magic Kingdom, allow us to fill you in — it is sheer purrrfection! It’s a flaky, buttery pastry filled with mini chocolate chips and served with a drizzle of icing on top! We can totally envision eating one for breakfast with a cup of coffee or having it for dessert after dinner! Or both; we’re on vacation, right?

Cheshire Cat Tail

Cheshire Cafe Restaurant

Rating: N/A Recommended By: N/A
Menus: Snacks
Services: Kiosk

All this fantasizing about Disney park food is making us hungry! Guess we best be hopping on a plane, because until our dreams become reality, we can only get these treats at the Parks!

What Disney World food would you love to see at your local grocery store? Let us know in the comments below!

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5 Replies to “7 Disney World Foods We Want in Our Grocery’s Freezer Section”

  1. I have found the Mickey waffles in my local(SE area) grocery store. The packaging is similar to the Mickey ice cream bars which I also purchased from the same grocery store. The waffles have Mickey’s smiling face on the top and are small but delicious. I love having my Mickey waffles on any day.

  2. 1 – Dole whips are the most loved/hated food in Disney. Either you love them more than you own children or you think they taste like old dish water.

    2 – where have you been. Swanson HAS been making this exact same TV dinner for over 60 years. It’s the first one I remember ever eating back in the early 60’s as I sit in front of the tv and watched Bonanza.

    3 – I think it’s not so much their Mickey shape as it is that you are eating them in WDW. Eating Mickey shaped pretzels in the bread isle of your local grocery store might not have the same appeal.

    4. Not even Mickeys face can add any taste to a frozen waffle.

    5 – Corn dog nuggets ……and your cardiologist is living for the day he can go into your arteries and pull out a pound of saturated fat.