Disneyland gets into the spirit of Chinese New Year with new foods shaped like Mickey


In honor of Chinese New Year, Disneyland is getting into the spirit of the Year of the Pig with new foods shaped like Mickey.

Disneyland is ready for the Lunar New Year, which is also known as the Chinese New Year, with an entire selection of new Mickey-shaped foods that will have you ready to pig out for the Year of the Pig. According to People Magazine, each of these new food items will be available until Feb.17, and can be found throughout the Disney California Adventure Park’s many food carts and restaurants.

Among the offerings that Disney fans can get their hands on are a Mandarin orange green tea tart with raspberries, a Chinese hot dog bun shaped like Mickey’s head, a vegan tempeh bowl with Mickey Mouse shaped tofu pieces, Mango Mousse, and even a macaron of purple yams brushed with gold and a center of creme fraiche.

Of course, these aren’t the only menu options you can get your hands on, but these are definitely some of the standouts. There are some classic Chinese dishes that are also available around the park, including fried rice with crispy shrimp. And Chinese dishes are not the only inspiration for Disneyland’s limited offerings.

Other Asian countries inspiring dishes at the park include Vietnam and Korea, as there are banh mi sandwiches and gochukang chicken wings up for grabs. There are even specialty drinks, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic.

If you are looking for a full rundown of the different offerings that Disneyland has in store for people heading to the park for Chinese New Year, check out the Disney Parks Blog‘s Foodie Guide. There are even some gorgeous pictures to show you exactly what you will be indulging in when you get to Disneyland.

I don’t know about you, but I am definitely here for the idea of grabbing the almond milk iced tea with boba pearls, and some of those purple yam macarons as a sweet treat after a long day or rides. Or perhaps sitting down to enjoy the Raspberry Lychee Chai Tea and some of the Firecracker Three Cup Chicken as the perfect lunch time meal.

We think all of these dishes and drinks are worthy of making it onto our Instagram accounts and we think you will too. So if you do end up making it to Disneyland, we hope you share any of your foodie pictures with us.

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Are you excited to see Disneyland celebrating Chinese New Year? Which of the new menu items do you want to try? Tell us your thoughts on these temporary additions to the Disney menu in the comments.