The most bizarre Mickey-themed food at Disney theme parks – from Mouse-shaped EGGS to chicken nuggets and mac'n'cheese

But it's not just about cakes and ice creams with Mickey's face on – there's all sorts of odd foods out there across the parks in Mickey shapes. has rounded up the best Mickey-shaped food – from hard boiled eggs to a Hawaiian dish containing spam.

Check out the weird and wonderful world of Disneyland food below.

Hard boiled eggs

Head to the Shanghai Disney Resort for this curious dish – which must take quite a bit of construction.

Instagram user @fastpass_shopping wrote: “Still trying to figure this one out. How do they make these Mickey Mouse shaped eggs?!”

Mickey-shaped burgers

You can get a burger shaped like the cartoon mouse at the Tomorrowland Terrace in Tokyo Disneyland.

You also get a side order of Mickey-shaped chicken nuggets with it – although the fries are just normal ones, sadly.

Chicken nuggets

Here’s a closer view of the Mickey-shaped chicken nuggets – available at Tokyo Disneyland.

Chicken pot pie

After more chicken? You can get it in a traditional pot pie – except the pastry is shaped like Mickey, of course.

Looks pretty delicious to us – although not quite how our grandma would have made it.

Spam musubi

This Hawaiian take on Japanese sushi snack omusubi comes with spam, grilled on top of a block of rice.

If you’re brave enough to try this dish, you can of course get a Mickey-shaped one at Disney Aulani Resort in Hawaii.


These bad boys come with strawberries and whipped cream – and look like they would give you quite the sugar high.

You can tuck into these at Sleepy Hollow Refreshments at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom.


If you’re a fan of this pasta then you can buy packs to take back home with you and cook – which kids will love.

You can find this pasta at Pizzafari at Disney World’s Animal Kingdom.

Mac ‘n’ cheese bread bowl

If you fancy a double dose of carbs then this Mickey-shaped mac ‘n’ cheese on top of bread will do nicely.

You can order it at the Coca Cola refreshment corner on Main Street at Disneyland.

Sun Online Travel previously revealed that punters will be charged up to 133 per cent more for food at its parks.

There's also a brand new dessert at the Be Our Guest restaurant – with an edible cup.

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