REVIEW: Seasonal Mickey-Shaped Grape Beignets Offer Nostalgic Flavor at Disneyland Resort

Brit Tuttle

New seasonal Mickey-shaped grape beignets have arrived at Mint Julep Bar in Disneyland Park, and we gave them a try on a recent visit to the park.

Mint Julep Bar is located in New Orleans Square at Disneyland Park, just off to the right from the New Orleans Station for the Disneyland Railroad.

Mickey-shaped Grape Beignets – $5.99

dusted with Grape Powdered Sugar (pack of 3)

Rank out of 7: 5

A set of three Mickey-shaped grape beignets sit in a ripped-open paper bag.

These are the same great Mickey-shaped beignets you know, but with a twist in the form of a 1980s grape candy flavor. It comes off as slightly medicinal, but that can come across as nostalgic for those who grew up with such flavors of sweets.

A close-up of the Mickey-shaped grape beignets.

The beignets are perfectly fried as always, and are light and airy. We’d certainly recommend you try them if you have the chance.

A photo of the bag that the beignets were served in.

The group of three comes served in a white paper bag, ready to be carried to the perfect spot to sit and snack.

Other seasonal treats are also available across Disneyland Resort, including the Upside-Down Pineapple Bread Pudding from Aunt Cass Cafe, the Green Alien Macaron from Alien Pizza Planet, and the Chocolate Marshmallow Cookie and Pistachio-Cherry Alpine Mickey Shakes from Schmoozies!

We’ve also recently reviewed every food and beverage item available during the 2024 Lunar New Year celebration at Disney California Adventure.

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  • Brit Tuttle

    Brit didn't grow up going to the Disney Parks, but had basically the next best thing: the Phantom Manor ride operations simulator flash game and the Disney Sing-Along Songs Beach Party at Walt Disney World VHS. You can email them at

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