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Giant Mac and Cheese Bread Cones Found at the Happiest Place on Earth

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Adding to their repertoire of  Mickey Mouse-shaped beignets and deep-fried chicken crack, Foodbeast reader Ryan Horikoshi brought to our attention Disney’s latest theme park behemoth: Macaroni and Cheese Bread Cones.

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Found at a concession stand in Disney’s Hollywood Studios (one of four theme parks at Florida’s Walt Disney World Resort), the bread cones previously debuted at Disneyland’s Car Land and Cozy Cone Motel. The cones come in a medium drink cup, for safety, along with a bag of chips, for taste.

Wendy, over at The Disney Food Blog, opted to sprinkle bacon on hers — smart lady — and describes the savory treat as overflowing with “mac-and-cheese goodness” and covered with a respectable “bacon pile.”

The bread cones also come in one other flavor: Fiesta Chili-Cheese Bread Cones stuffed with chili, beans, and corn generously covered with sliced jalapenos and melted cheddar.

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As for the bready sleeping bag holding it all in? Wendy confirms that they’re soft and fluffy, while still being sturdy enough to keep all that melty heaven in place.

Protip: Bite off the bottom of the cone for a direct funnel of awesome into your mouthhole.

 

By Charisma Madarang

Charisma has an undying love for gritty literature and drinks coffee like water. She also hails from Toronto, Canada and is a die-hard Maple Leafs fan, sigh.

19 replies on “Giant Mac and Cheese Bread Cones Found at the Happiest Place on Earth”

A best friend of mine used to make something like that. Don’t know if it’s exactly what Marcus is talking about, but he would unwrap crescent roll dough and flatten it out a little, creating 4-6 (can’t remember how many) squares, pressing together the perforations in the dough. Then he would lay on each one of them a cooked split hot dog. Then on top of that he would dump on mac & cheese. Sometimes he’d add crumbled bacon, if he had it on hand. Then he’d wrap them up, seal the edges and put them on a baking sheet and stick ’em in the oven until the dough was crispy and golden.

I used to tease him as I watched him eat those things. I’d say, “Dude, that’s gross.” Until he talked me into taking a bite of one of them. Freakin fabulous.

Sheesh! How many carbs in that? The answer to that question would give me a heart attack, never mind actually eating it! What are they thinking?!? No way would I eat that!

While I would definitely eat this in a heart beat… 2 of them if I could lol… that is not exactly true. My dad thought the same thing until his back to back stroke and heart attack age.. 58 I think. He is in such good shape, mountain bikes a lot, all muscle.. part of why he exercises so much he said is so he can have dark chocolate and granola as he likes. He didn’t exclusively eat junk but never thought twice about it until the health scare. The doctors told him that the thinking was flawed unfortunately, the body still had to process it. 🙁 dang. *he is very well now, very quick recovery, and has chocolates a little more sparingly these days…

A common misconception and probably why so many people are fat. Most of us are just average folk, not body builders. Working out does you no good (if you’re trying to lose weight) if you burn 600 calories at the gym, then go eat a giant meal and put back on all the calories you just burned off.

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