Giant, Mickey, Chocolatey, Toffee-y Goodness

To quote one of my favorite monsters… “Coooooooooooookiiieeeeeeeeeeeeeee!”

So, when I showed you the Disneyland treat-of-the-month — the Peanut Butter Chocolate-Dipped Mickey Cookie — my mouth was pretty much watering as I wrote the post.

You can bet that when I got to Disney World a few weeks later, I bought their treat-of-the-month — a Chocolate Chip Toffee Chocolate-Dipped Mickey Cookie!

Now, I have no idea if this is still available, but just in case it is, I had to show you. Look at how HUGE this thing is!!! See that little knife right there? That’s for scale purposes only…

Here is a list of this cookie’s best attributes (since I know you can’t tell WHY someone would actually purchase it just by looking at it):

  • It’s BIG.
  • It actually TASTES GOOD. (Which, let’s face it, just because something’s big doesn’t necessarily mean it tastes good. Sometimes it actually tastes BAD because it’s so big. For example, how could this actually taste good?
  • It has little, buttery toffee chunks and big, giant chocolate chunks in it.
  • It’s enough to share (should you be the sharing kind).
  • You can buy it for less than $5.
  • AND, it’s dipped in chocolate!

My favorite parts were the toffee bits and the giant chocolate chunks…

Close-Up of the Toffee Bits

Chocolate Chunks -- pardon my teeth marks

The only con (besides the fact that there was no way I could finish it) was that the chocolate dipping tasted a bit waxy; I would have enjoyed it more if it had been straight chocolate versus a “glaze” type dip.

That said, this is still worth my money — a giant, delicious dessert that’s easily big enough to share. Even if you have MY appetite! I found this one at Disney’s Hollywood Studios’ Starring Rolls Cafe

Close Up of Mickey Cookie

So, do you have a favorite Disney World treat? I’m headed back to the World in early December and can’t wait to cover more of the best snacks in Disney World. Send me your suggestions via the comments section below, or find me on twitter or facebook!


  1. Carolyn says

    Sold!! Toffee & choco chips… Mmmm!!

    My favorite snacks at Disney… Hmmm… Mickey ice cream sandwich. And popcorn. And and and ….

  2. says

    That looks pretty… chocolatey.

    I really think if they are going to go the cookie route they mine as well go all-out. Such as a Chocolate chocolate chip cookie dipped in chocolate.

    So is it a Chocolate Chip cookie or a Toffee chip cookie?

    Also, can people get these for a Snack Credit?

    My first Snack Suggestion would have to be any of the Pretzels (Jalapeno?) and my second would have to be the S’more at the Prime Time Cafe in Hollywood Studios (if they still have them).

  3. Sandra says

    We’ll be at WDW in early December as well, with free QS dining, so we’ll have two snack credits per day to use on some of the great items you’ve been featuring. One place that doesn’t seem to get much respect is the bakery and coffee bar in the back of the Tangierine Cafe in Morocco. Their baklava is less sweet and more subtle than most, and they have other interesting pastries to try that you won’t find anywhere else, like a cake roll in various flavors. We always get the baklava each trip along with a cafe au lait. It’s the perfect afternoon pick-me-up!

  4. Molly says

    We had that giant Mickey cookie today. We found it at Confections at the Magic Kingdom. It was very good. And yes, it counts as a snack on your dining plan. They also had the same size choc dipped sugar cookie. I’m trying to locate that same cookie at Disney Springs. Has anyone seen it? We are done with the parks, and I’m wishing we bought some as gifts to take home. Thanks.

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