Amongst the holiday treats and sugary fare at the Main Street Confectionery at the Magic Kingdom, a fantastic development has occurred to one of our favorite year-round snacks. The Mickey Rice Krispie Treats have grown and they’re very very big. How big are these Rice Krispie Treats, you ask? One of them could easily replace your head in a photograph, that’s how big.
Compared to a regular-sized ”Crisped Rice Cereal” treat to be found in the goodie case, this boxed snack is referred to as a ”cake” and is meant to be shared. Take it home as a gift, share it at a holiday party, rip off an ear for each child as you walk around the park, or simply dedicate yourself to eating a bit every day until it’s gone, but this dessert is a keeper.
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Giant Rice Krispie Treats can be found at the Confectionary at Disney’s Magic Kingdom! These are absolutely humongous and enough to share! (Or not…no judgment here) they are $19.99. 📸@boulangelune @waltdisneyworld #waltdisneyworld #mickeyricekrispie #mickeyshapedfood #confectionary #magickingdom #chipandco
Walt Disney World rotates the style of Krispie Treats served at different times of the year, with Halloween pumpkins, rainbows, and of course the classic Mickey shorts, all available on a crisped rice cereal canvas, shaped like Mickey’s head. Served on a stick, a regular Treat won’t go too much further than one person. But this beautiful behemoth will! It comes in several colors of chocolate dip, all Christmas-themed, and one even has crushed peppermint on it for additional flavor. At $19.99 it’s an investment, but guests can be sure it will last them a while!
Pop on over to the Main Street Confectionery and pick up a Giant Crisped Rice Cereal Treat Cake for yourself. It’s the perfect time of the year to practice a little self-indulgence and a total lack of diet!
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