DISNEY fans have been left devastated and even threatening to protest after Disneyland Paris stopped serving a long-loved meal.

The French theme park is no longer offering the iconic Mickey Mouse waffles, having been replaced with mini Dutch Poffertjes.


A Disneyland Paris fan Twitter account wrote: "Mickey Waffles are no longer served at Disneyland Park, replaced at the Old Mill by “Poffertjes” made with the same dough.. but generic and easier to produce.

"A testament to the incapacity of the Resort’s food department to understand their own product."

Fans were left gutted, with the hashtag #SaveMickeyWaffles even showing up on social media.

One Disney even stated that they should “take to the streets of Paris to protest," while others said they were sad by the change.

One person wrote: "Are you serious @WaltDisneyWorld – I did not survive COVID TWICE for you to take away Mickey Waffles.

"This is a bad choice What's next? Getting rid of the fireworks shows, taking down Jungle Cruise, announcing that Fantasmic is never coming back?"

Someone else wrote: "NO! I was really looking forward to get my Mickey waffle this Monday! #SaveMickeyWaffles."

Another person agreed: "#savemickeywaffle if I got to Disney world and there is no mickey waffle at my resort I'm gonna need a whole refund."

One person asked: "Why on earth would you remove Mickey Waffles, one of the most unique and iconic Disney snacks known by park goers throughout the world."

Not everyone was sad, with someone explaining: "Seriously are we really hating on more (thematically correct) food options in DLP?"

Another social media user added: "It's the old mill with a wink to The Netherlands. The Poffertjes make way more sense than the waffles."

One man agreed: "I like the Mickey waffles, but I am excited to try something new & Dutch in a Dutch windmill."

Sun Online Travel has contacted Disney for comment, although it is believed to have only been scrapped at the Disneyland Paris park.

If you still want the Disney waffles, head to the biggest Primark in the UK – where they are served at the Disney-themed cafe on the shop’s top floor.

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