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  • Mickey Mouse Shaped Food

    Mickey Mouse is everywhere at Disney World and so are his trademark head and ears. That includes various food items. The team of Disney chefs goes out of its way to come up with new and creative ways to add Mickey to meals. Here is just a sampling of some of our favorite dishes. [Disney is the parent company of ABC News.]
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    Why not start your day off with a Mickey Mouse waffle? And if you are at one of the park's character breakfasts, Mickey himself might just show up.
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    Sometimes, getting the Mickey shape requires a bit of work. At Epcot, horticulturalists have developed a process to grow Mickey Mouse-shaped watermelons in special molds. Park guests can see the watermelons on the "Living with The Land" boat ride through the greenhouses.
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  • Mickey Mouse Shaped Food

    Even the cucumbers in your salad have that distinctive Mickey look.
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    It almost goes without saying that the Disney chefs have created a Mickey cake.
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  • Mickey Mouse Shaped Food

    How about a fun Mickey pancake with some fresh fruit for a face?
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    Moving on to our afternoon treats, Mickey shows up again, this time from the ice cream vendors.
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    Mouse-shaped sticky buns? Why not? It seems that guests can't get enough of Mickey.
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    The Land at Epcot doesn't just mold watermelons but also grows pumpkins in special molds to resemble Mickey's famous silhouette.
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