You know how they say when in Rome? Well, when in Disney if the food isn’t shaped like Mickey Mouse then I don’t want it! Here’s where to find the iconic shaped foods in Disneyland Paris.
Mickey Mouse Meringues, Cookies and Marshmallows
Boardwalk Candy Palace, Disneyland Park
Boardwalk Candy Palace is where you’ll find the majority of Mickey-shaped delights– and behind the counter, you’ll find marshmallows, cookies and meringues bearing the iconic shape.
Mickey Mouse Patisseries
Victoria’s Home-Style Restaurant (I think), Disneyland Park
While I didn’t eat here, I was tempted by the trio of Mickey-shaped patisseries that were advertised on the lamppost outside. This is also the place to try the milkshake with a chocolate Mickey Mouse face, and allegedly a salted Mickey Waffle served with smoked salmon.
It’s not listed on the app, but you’ll find it next to the Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlour.
By Crush’s Coaster, Walt Disney Studio Park
Between Crush’s Coaster and the entrance to Toy Story Playland is another refreshment hatch that sells shortbread in the shape of Forkie, Bo Peep, Jessie and Woodie and Candy Apples in the shape of Hamm and a Pixar Balloon. From 4.29€.
Mickey Mouse Cupcake
Market House Deli, Disneyland Park
We stopped here for a quick coffee and notice these Mickey-shaped cupcakes topped with red icing – about 3.59 €
Mickey Mouse Waffles
The Old Mill, Disneyland Park
Between Le Pays des Contes de Fees and it’s a small world was a small refreshment hatch called The Old Mill where you’ll find a Mickey-shaped waffle.
Mickey Mouse Shaped Madeleine Cakes
Within the shop next to Lancelot’s Carousel you’ll find pre-packaged cakes on the counter similar to Madeleine cakes.
Double Mickey Mouse Cakes – and a Donut Cheesecake
Restaurant en Coulisse, Walt Disney Studio Park
If you’re conquering your quest for Mickey-shaped desserts, you’ll find a double mickey cake option here – but the star of the show might just be the Donut Cheesecake – but this isn’t mickey-shaped.
And Everything Else
I also read that Fantasia Gelati serve their gelato with a mickey-printed ice cream wafer, and Café Fantasia also serves waffles – but these are secondary sources and not something I noticed myself.
I’m sure there are many more hidden around on the menus that you’ll have fun discovering yourselves and hopefully others in the comments.