The Wonderful World of Mickey Waffles

Update: Chocolate chip Mickey Waffles are now available at Whispering Canyon Cafe! Also, the Contempo Cafe has begun serving the large Mickey Waffle, while Sleepy Hollow has stopped serving it.


One food item I crave at all places Disney is the Mickey Waffle. A Disney breakfast staple, the Mickey waffle is deliciously thick, made with malted flour for that one-of-a-kind taste, and often served with maple syrup. Of course, you might also get powdered sugar or even fruit topping on yours!!

Mickey Waffles

Mickey waffles are everywhere. At the Whispering Canyon Cafe, they are plentiful — both on the a la carte menu and in the all-you-can eat skillet. Don’t forget to try the chocolate chip version!

Waffles with Mickey’s famous face are also served! You can find him at Contempo Cafe in the Contemporary Resort…

Giant Mickey Waffle at Sleepy Hollow

And the Mickey waffle at the All-Star Sports food court, Intermission, is [Read more…]

Disney Food Post Round-Up, December 6, 2009

Eat hereThe holiday season at Disney Parks is upon us, and that means we get some deee-licious photos coming our way of the holiday treats available! Thanks again to Erin Foster for the fantastic chocolate Mickey waffle and holiday Dole Whip photos! And be sure to check out the info about the candy canes in Disneyland — you need a ticket to get one this year!

In other Disney food news, read up about the latest Disney holiday treats special on the Food Network, a great merch discount you can get just for eating counter service in Disney World, and the newest Tables in Wonderland holiday dinner event (ressies are first come, first served!).

**Stay tuned to the Disney Food Blog next week for a photo blog of the famous Gingerbread displays in the resort hotels of Disney World (I can’t wait), along with some great info about how those displays are made!**

Here we go to this week’s Disney Food Post Weekly Round-Up!

Speaking of candy canes, Dis Unplugged has an awesome post with pics of Guy Fieri at Disneyland — making the holiday special I just watched last night!

Heather McPherson at the Orlando Sentinel shows us how Disney bakers make holiday cookies at Disney World.

George at sent along a cool post about re-creating recipes from literature — including Alice in Wonderland’s “eat me” cookies! This one’s from a couple of weeks ago, but it’s a really fun read if you’re a bookworm like me.

Scott Joseph’s Orlando Restaurant Guide shares the bad news that the Bocuse d’Or US Finals will be leaving Disney World and heading to New York City.

Disney Geek Dad has posted his take on Disney dining. Take a look and leave a comment with your thoughts.

Cooking With Mickey makes Bread Pudding from 1900 Park Fare via video!

DisneyFotoBlog has some stunning shots of Disney World gingerbread houses

Watch Me Eat reviews the Celebration Tavern in Celebration, FL, but we’ve also got to share his Christmas 2008 post from Celebration while we’re here!

MousePlanet has the third and final Best of WDW 2009 post, including some great WDW dining polls. We’ll be doing polls throughout the year, and I can’t wait to see if the percentages match!

Speaking of polls, be sure to cast your vote in our first poll, Best WDW Steakhouse, in the right-hand sidebar of this blog! Thanks for reading!

A Chocolate Mickey Waffle and Holiday Dole Whip?! It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas…

Extra, extra! Read all about it! The holidays bring even more fun changes to the Walt Disney World resort dining experience!

Who ever thought they’d see a chocolate Mickey waffle?! Well, here it is! This was found by Erin Foster and family at the Crystal Palace buffet!
choc mickey waffle

And when you order your Dole Whip at Aloha Isle this holiday season, get ready for a shock! It’ll be green if you order pineapple, and green and pink if you order a swirl!
holiday dole whip

Stay tuned to the Disney Food Blog for more edible Holiday treats, including a round-up of the Gingerbread Resort decor, as the season rolls on!

Thanks again to Erin Foster and family for the great photos! (I feel like I was right there on vacation with them…how about you?)