Mickey Ice Cream Bars Now Available Outside Disney Parks from Select Grocers

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Get ready, because everyone’s favorite Disney frozen treat will soon be available at a grocery near you! Remember the Mickey Oreos that debuted last year? Well, in a similar vein, Nestle has partnered with Disney to bring Mickey Premium Bars to the public via a limited-edition grocery line.

mickey premium bars box nestle

The boxes are themed after the Mickey: The True Original exhibition and feature Classic Mickey.

Each box brings 6 classic Mickey Ice Cream Bars. Mind you, they are scaled down for at-home indulging, but we’re sure they’re every bit as tasty and magical as the ones in the parks. These bars come in at 3 oz. each, whereas the park ones are about 4 oz. each.

At best, you’ll be saving money, given how prices on these beloved treats have¬†risen exponentially over the years. The box of 6 only costs $7.49.

Here are the nutrition facts for these bars:

mickey premium at home bars nutrition facts

Versus the in-park bars:

mickey premium park bar nutrition facts
Calories don’t count at Disney, right? Image courtesy of Livestrong.

Best of all, if you live in Arizona, you can now order these treats and have them DELIVERED through Instacart’s partnership with Fry’s Food and Drug supermarkets. California residents have also reported availability at Ralph’s Grocery. We expect these to be rolled out to supermarkets across the country soon.

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    1. Fry’s and Ralph’s are both owned by Kroger. Whether that actually tells us anything or not, I don’t know.

  1. It’s good to see the Mickey Icecream coming back out to the public besides only in the park…. back in the 90’s there was chocolate covered ears and a white face with chocolate mouth nose and eyes. That was the best!

      1. Agree – had one with a free snack credit on my last visit. Wasn’t worth it. Pretty much immediately forgot about it minutes later when I found an ice cream shop with scooped ice cream between chocolate chip cookies. Much better choice for sure!

  2. That’s great that people will be able to still get them now that they can’t afford the parks!

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