Disney parks are known primarily for their awesome rides and immersive character experiences. But dedicated Disney-goers get just as excited for their magical food offerings, which can typically only be found within specific sections of the various parks.
The ice cream sandwiches you’ll find in your local grocery store are a bit smaller than the original 5-ounce ice cream sandwiches you get in the park. Here’s a shot of the original from Instagrammer @magical.days.ahead:
The grocery store version will only be around 3.5 ounces, and a box of 6 will cost about $10. Inside the Disney parks, a Mickey Mouse ice cream sandwich costs around $5.69.
Although it’s rare for Disney to “open the vault” when it comes to their theme park treats, they have shared their ice cream specialties across America before. Last year, they unveiled their Disney Mickey Ice Cream Bar, which is an ice cream pop shaped like Mickey. With a crunchy chocolate shell and creamy vanilla ice cream in the center, it’s a crowd favorite beloved by kids and adults alike.