If you are a Disney fan, you likely know about hidden Mickey’s scattered all over the Disney Parks.
A hidden Mickey is basically just the classic Mickey Mouse head outline that is creatively placed and crafted into areas around the Disney Parks to camouflage with the surrounding designs. We have seen hidden Mickey’s in many places — from resorts to attractions to films; they are everywhere.
Some Guests may even find a hidden Mickey in their food! Now that Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor is back up and running with the rest of Disneyland Park on Main Street, U.S.A., Guests are now receiving their special Mickey Mouse waffle cones. The Cali Bae (@thecalibae) took to Instagram to showcase a photo of the waffle cones from Gibson Girl, and on it, you can clearly see that the cone is littered with hidden Mickey’s! From afar, you may not notice that the cone is surrounded; however, upon closer look, things start to get a little more magical.
Yesterday Gibson Girl ice cream 🍦 started making the waffle 🧇 in-house again and while taking a photo I noticed something! Take a closer look on the second slide. MICKEY Shapes in the waffle!!!! If you do go to Gibson Girl mobile order it trust me because that line is crazy long all day
Having Mickey Mouse-shaped food is definitely not a first for Guests at Disney Parks. There are always plenty of Mickey-shaped lollipops, Rice Krispie treats, candy apples, candy and more available for purchase. However, it is always fun to notice a secret Mickey hidden in your meal that is not as obvious, much like this ice cream cone! Please note that if you would like this special cone, you must note it to the Cast Member upon ordering! This may change in the future, but for now, asking will ensure you receive the specialty cone if it is available.
If you are ever in Disney World and want to do a fun hidden Mickey hunt, we recommend visiting Disney’s Hollywood Studios! The new attraction, Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, has more hidden Mickey’s than any other Disney attraction, and we can bet there will always be more to find each time you ride. Plus, from an aerial view, the entire theme park was originally designed to be a massive hidden Mickey, as well!
What is your favorite hidden Mickey to spot at Disney Parks? Let us know in the comments below.