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How to Make Mickey Waffles at Home

The Mickey Waffle – it’s the quintessential breakfast at Disney Parks and is guaranteed to put a smile on any face.

Everyone loves them – from kids to grandparents, the Mickey Waffle is always a highlight when visiting a Disney property. Really, what could be better than a hot, fluffy waffle shaped like our favorite character?

It’s this kind of magic that makes us all Disney lovers and our adventures to the parks so memorable with family and friends.

Now, wouldn’t it be great if we could bottle a little of that magic up and bring it home with us? We’ve solved the mystery of what makes the Mickey Waffle so amazing – it’s Golden Malted Original Waffle and Pancake Mix! This is Disney’s super-secret recipe that brings the sweet aroma and flavor to their iconic waffles.

You can now experience these same delicious waffles at home and, best of all, we’ve got a special deal for you. Today you can save 20% off Golden Malted Waffle and Pancake Mix online with the special promo code WAFFLE20 Click Here.

Made with real malt and vanilla, Golden Malted’s family recipe has been used for over 80 years, not only at Disney Parks, but hotels, restaurants and more worldwide.

Plus, you can get a wide variety of waffle and pancake mixes – including gluten free and chocolate chip mixes, along with waffle irons and much more.

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Easy Golden Malted Waffle Recipe

Makes approximately 3-4 waffles, depending on the size of waffle baker.

Ingredients:

1 cup Golden Malted Waffle Mix

1 egg

5 oz. water

2 TBSP. melted butter

Instructions:

Beat egg and water together.

Add Golden Malted Waffle Mix and mix well.

Stir in melted butter and mix thoroughly.

Ladle onto hot waffle iron and remove when golden brown.

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About Rick Killingsworth

Rick visited the Magic Kingdom in 1971 for the first Christmas parade in their history. At nine years old, he was bitten by the Disney Bug. He can still remember the sights, the smells, and the sounds. It truly was magical. It would be twenty years before he could afford to take his young family back to “The World.” It was the vacation of a lifetime, and they have been fortunate to go hundreds of times since. His daughters, now grown, still tear up when they see the castle (as does he).