The latest craze in Disneyland is not a taste churro or seasonal treat, but a playful accessory designed for the timeless salty snack.
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Mickey ears? Check. Mickey waffles? Check. Mickey popcorn bucket? Better hurry.
The latest craze in Disneyland is not a taste churro or seasonal treat, but a playful accessory designed for the timeless salty snack. The shape of the iconic Mickey Mouse balloons sold down Main Street, U. S. A., this bright souvenirs are sold out regularly since the arrival in the Anaheim park last week, according to Disney Food Blog.
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In contrast to the Oogie Boogie popcorn bucket and Pluto-shaped trough that also flew off shelves during the holidays, this is not the first time, this eye-catching buckets of popcorn appeared in Disneyland. Similar iterations in red, purple, and blue were sold in the park of the 60th anniversary of just a few years ago. The current version, that spread across Instagram, also comes with a stylish and colorful lanyard that has led to many repeat buyers of the snack-ready souvenir.
If you’re headed for Spring Break on the East Coast and want one of your own, never fear – Disney Food Blog was also the first to report that the red version arrived at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World last week.
Regardless of the colour, these bubble-inspired buckets to prove that the recent trend of park-items sell out quickly is not a sign of slowing down. Spirit jerseys continue to fill shops, the rose gold trend has given everything, including cupcakes and margarita, and new versions of old favorites are the catch and with many more reasons to choose something other than a t-shirt or mug on the next visit.