- Many food products specific to Disney parks can be delivered to your front door.
- Parkgoers can buy coffee blends from Joffrey’s and Dole Whip mixes online.
- Fans can buy the exact batter mix that Disney uses for its Mickey-shaped waffles.
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The pineapple Dole Whip served at Disney parks, however, is listed in Disney World’s guide to plant-based dining, meaning it’s made without dairy.
According to Disney Food Blog, the version shared by Disney is a suitable at-home substitute, though it’s not the true vegan and gluten-free pineapple soft serve you can get at Disney.
Fans can also buy the official Dole Pineapple Soft Serve Mix on Amazon. The only other ingredient required is cold water, and you will need a soft-serve ice cream maker. According to Amazon reviewers, this mix is the real deal.
For those who couldn’t sing “Happy Birthday” to Mickey in person, Disney also released a line of ice cream bars similar to those sold in the parks.
The shop is sponsored by German candy maker Werther’s Original Caramel, which makes caramel sweets that are widely available at grocery stores and online.
Although nothing quite compares to the experience of strolling through Epcot’s World Showcase with a bag of freshly popped caramel corn, you can get a bag of Werther’s Original Caramel Popcorn from Amazon.
According to the Disney Food Blog, Disney uses Carbon’s Golden Malted Waffle Mix. While the company doesn’t explicitly mention Disney, Carbon states on its website that it supplies waffle irons and mixes for “the best hotels, universities, restaurants and theme parks.”
You don’t have to visit any of these to get your own plate of warm, golden, crispy Mickey waffles because the very same mix used in Disney restaurants is available to order on Amazon for around $US20 ($AU28) at the time of writing.
In 2013, Disney named Joffrey’s the official specialty coffee of Disney World, Disneyland, and the Disney Vacation Club, and the Joffrey’s team developed coffee blends that would be available exclusively at Disney.
Fans of the theme park’s signature coffee can also buy it for their homes, too. Joffrey’s sells its special Disney coffee flavors online.
For around $US44 ($AU62) per month, you can let Joffrey’s surprise you with a rotating coffee subscription that lets you sample different Disney-specific blends every month.
If flavored lattes are more your style, you can play at-home barista with your favorite Joffrey’s blend and these delicious recipes from the Disney parks.
Sprinkles’ foray into national delivery means you can enjoy a box of a dozen freshly baked, flash-frozen cupcakes in the comfort of your own home.
Though you won’t have access to their full menu of flavors, you can sample three each of four fan-favorites: Red Velvet, Vanilla, Dark Chocolate, and Sprinkle. The bakeshop will even throw in a small package of their signature dot decorations so you can adorn your cupcakes after they thaw.
A box of 12 costs $US99 ($AU139) at the time of writing and includes shipping anywhere in the continental US and if you order early enough, you can get those cupcakes in your mouth the very next day.
The rainbow-hued Confetti popcorn is available at retail locations all over Disney World and Disneyland.
Fans can get the same theme-park treat on Amazon for $US17.95 ($AU25) at the time of writing.