The Mickey Mouse ice cream bars you eat at Disney parks are coming to your local grocery store

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One of the most popular desserts at Disney World will soon be coming to the frozen aisle at your local grocery store for a limited time!

Nestle has partnered with Disney to bring a smaller version of the delicious Mickey Mouse Ice Cream Bars into your home and it’s all to celebrate Mickey’s 90th birthday. The treats will come in a box of six and they’re about 3 ounces each, compared to the 4-ounce bars sold in Disney parks.

The box of six only costs $7.49 according to Walt Disney World News Today.

They’ll start showing up in stores this February.

Disney has not released a list of grocery stores that will sell the treats at this time.

Written by Kelly Bazzle for WFTS.

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