Popular Disney foods you can find outside of the parks

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You can buy Epcot’s iconic Karamell-Küche Caramel Corn.

Caramel corn in a bag (stock image).

A stock photo of caramel corn.

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Karamell-Küche, in German for “caramel cuisine”, is a snack bar located among the few Bavarian-style buildings that make up Epcot’s German pavilion at Walt Disney World in Florida. The shop is known for its wide selection of caramel-coated treats, but freshly popped caramel corn is one of the most popular items.

The shop is sponsored by German candy maker Werther’s Original Caramel, which makes caramel candies widely available in grocery stores and online.

While nothing compares to the experience of walking around Epcot’s World Showcase with a bag of freshly popped Caramel Corn, you can get a bag of Werther’s Original Caramel Popcorn on Amazon.

Carbon’s Golden Malted Waffle Mix is ​​the secret to delicious Disney Mickey Waffles, and you can buy it to make at home.

Mickey shaped waffles on a yellow plate with bacon taken from a Disney park breakfast.

Mickey shaped waffles.

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Many fans know that there is something special about Mickey Mouse Waffles that you can order at Disney restaurants.

According to the Disney Food Blog, Disney uses Carbon’s Golden Malted waffle mix. Although the company doesn’t explicitly mention Disney, Carbon states on its website that it supplies waffle irons and mixes for “the best hotels, universities, restaurants and theme parks.”

You don’t have to visit one of them to get your own plate of hot, golden, and crispy Mickey Waffles, as the same blend used in Disney restaurants is available to order on Amazon for around $ 20 at time of writing.

Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company’s coffee blends developed for Disney restaurants can be shipped to your doorstep.

A person holding a cup of coffee with the Joffrey's Coffee And Tea logo in front of the Disney World Castle in Florida.

An Instagram post from Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company released in 2020.

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Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company has operated coffee kiosks at Disney World in Orlando, Florida, since 1995.

In 2013, Disney named Joffrey’s official Disney World, Disneyland, and Disney Vacation Club specialty coffee, and the team at Joffrey’s developed coffee blends that would be available exclusively at Disney.

Fans of the theme park’s signature coffee can also purchase it for their home. Joffrey’s sells its special Disney coffee flavors online.

For around $ 44 a month, you can let Joffrey’s surprise you with a Rotary Cafe membership that lets you taste different Disney-specific blends each month.

If flavored lattes are more your style, you can play barista at home with your favorite Joffrey mix and these delicious Disney park recipes.

You don’t have to go to Disney Springs to enjoy the colorful candy from Sprinkles Cupcakes.

A customer uses a Cupcake ATM at Sprinkles Cupcakes.

A woman takes her cupcake order after using a “Cupcake ATM” created by Sprinkles Bakery on March 25, 2014, in New York City.

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Sprinkles Cupcakes was the first bakery in the world to distribute its sweet-and-sweet products through cupcake vending machines, but you no longer need to visit its Disney Springs location in person to try them out.

Sprinkles’ foray into national delivery means you can enjoy a box of a dozen freshly made, frozen cupcakes in the comfort of your own home.

While you don’t have access to their full flavor menu, you can sample three of each of the four fan favorites: Red Velvet, Vanilla, Dark Chocolate, and Sprinkle. The bakery will even throw in a small package of their signature polka dot decorations so you can decorate your cupcakes after they thaw.

A box of 12 costs $ 99 at the time of writing and includes shipping to anywhere in the continental US and if you order early enough you can get these cupcakes in your mouth the very next day.

You can bring a taste of Disney Parks’ Main Street with a bag of its famous rainbow-colored popcorn.

A bag of colorful Main Street popcorn from Disney Parks.

Main Street Popcorn Confetti Flavor.

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Most Disney snacks look as good as they taste, and the sweet and fruity popcorn from Main Street Popcorn Company Parks is no exception.

Rainbow-hued Confetti popcorn is available in retail stores throughout Disney World and Disneyland.

Fans can get the same theme park treat on Amazon for $ 17.95 at the time of writing.

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