One of the most fun parts of visiting a Disney Park is all of the unique and delicious food that you can dine on. As everyone knows, Disney calories don’t count, which makes it truly the best food of all! There are also dishes that may not be the most one-of-a-kind offering you’ll see, but they just feel magical as you eat them. One of those dishes is the Mickey waffle. The fluffy breakfast item is incredibly popular amongst Guests and can be found on pretty much every menu when the restaurant serves breakfast.
However, it looks like fans visiting one Disney Park will no longer be able to enjoy the magic of a Mickey waffle.
According to DLP Report, which reports all of the latest happenings at the Disneyland Paris Resort, Disneyland Paris Park is no longer serving Mickey waffles and is instead selling “Poffertjes”. DLP Report shared the menu change on its verified Twitter account.
Mickey Waffles are no longer served at Disneyland Park, replaced at the Old Mill by “Poffertjes” made with the same dough.. but generic and easier to produce. A testament to the incapacity of the Resort’s food department to understand their own product.
Mickey Waffles are no longer served at Disneyland Park, replaced at the Old Mill by “Poffertjes” made with the same dough.. but generic and easier to produce.
A testament to the incapacity of the Resort’s food department to understand their own product. pic.twitter.com/YPalowVqey
— DLP Report (@DLPReport) November 18, 2021
Poffertjes are Dutch mini pancakes and while it was sad to see them go, many are commenting that serving the mini pancakes makes more sense thematically, since the Old Mill gives a nod to the Netherlands. And even though, traditionally, Poffertjes are made with a different batter mixture, DLP Report confirmed that they tried the new pancakes and Disney is using the same batter to make them as it used to make the Mickey waffles.
It is important to note that all Guests 12 and over who are visiting the Disneyland Paris Resort will be required to show a Health Pass. The Health Pass will show that the Guest has either received their COVID-19 vaccine, has tested negative for COVID-19 within 72 hours of visiting the Park, or has contracted COVID more than 11 days, but less than 6 months before their theme park visit (so they currently have antibodies in their system).