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How To Make Mickey Waffles Without A Mickey Waffle Iron | OH BOY!

If you're anything like me, you're doing what you can to create some Disney Magic at home for you and your family. We are all doing what we can with what we have, the resources we have access to and also without spending a ton of money. It's safe to say all of us Disney Nuts miss Disney Parks and those delicious Gluten Free Disney Waffles, Disney treats and more. I think we're ultimately learning how to be on an episode of Chopped: Disney edition, right?

I wanted to share something with you that's super easy to do. Here's the thing... I only kind of have a mickey waffle iron. It's a vintage (haha kinda) Mickey Waffle Iron/Grilled Cheese Maker from the 80s. I had it as a kid, and let's just say I don't use it often because the wire is old sometimes makes me nervous.

But I have found an easier way, and I think you will LOVE this easy "do it yourself" hack!

You may not have a fancy mickey waffle iron and you may not want to spend the money on one right now. But you might already have a Mickey Mouse Cookie Cutter. If you don't have one, they aren't super expensive either. If you already have a Mickey Mouse Cookie Cutter then you can make the cutest Mickey waffles for you and your family.

Step 1: Use your favorite toaster waffles and toast according to directions on the package.
Step 2: Carefully remove waffles from toaster and place on cutting board.
Step 3: Use Mickey Mouse Cookie Cutter and cut out Mickey shape. BOOM! You have Mickey Mouse waffles
Step 4: Put Mickey Waffles on a plate, decorate with fresh berries, maple syrup, nut butter and whatever else your heart desires.

Thanks for making Mickey waffles with me! I hope you can create some Disney Magic at home with this handy dandy kitchen hack.

When you wish upon a star, your Mickey Mouse waffle dreams come true!

By the way, if you haven't seen my gluten free or paleo/Whole30 Disneyland and Walt Disney World guides, you can see that info here. You can download each guide FOR FREE so that you can take them into the parks with you on your next magical adventure.

2 commentaires

07 mai 2020

Thanks Meg -- good idea on getting it rewired. I just love my cute old waffle iron and I don't want it to break so I rarely use it. (Which isn't fun either). Thanks for the tip! And thanks for the sweet comment about the cookie cutter. I love using it for toast, too :) Appreciate you!


I have my mom’s waffle iron from the 50’s. And her pizzelle iron. You can have your 80’s waffle iron rewired (or can even rewire it yourself) and use it safely. But, I love the cookie cutter idea. I’ve used a cookie cutter to make shaped peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and also French Toast.


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