Mickey Waffles

ScubaCat

DIS Veteran
Joined
May 12, 2008
Sure. Use Golden Malted ORIGINAL mix (not the "complete" version). Follow the buttermilk pancake recipe on the side and actually use buttermilk. The mix is available on Amazon but it's actually a fair amount cheaper just ordering it directly.

https://shop.goldenmalted.com/Product/GM.20_32OZ/Original_Waffle_Pancake_Mix_-_Our_Most_Popular_Mix.aspx
or
https://shop.goldenmalted.com/Product/GM.20_1.2F_33/Original_Waffle_and_Pancake_Mix_-_Premium_Classic_Canister.aspx

Use the mickey 90th anniversary waffle maker.

https://www.shopdisney.com/mickey-mouse-90th-anniversary-double-flip-waffle-maker-655772017307.html

They're a little smaller than the "real" ones you get at Disney, but we like them that way. We just eat them by hand :)
 

Kitty & Covs Covs

Mouseketeer
Joined
Mar 20, 2019
These won't taste EXACTLY like Mickey waffles, but the Krusteaz Belgin Waffle mix (you add water, oil, and eggs--NOT the "just add water mix") is amazing. If you use that batter with the 90th anniversary waffle maker you will never eat breakfast out again. :cool1:
 

GBRforWDW

DIS Veteran
Joined
Jan 29, 2020
Sure. Use Golden Malted ORIGINAL mix (not the "complete" version). Follow the buttermilk pancake recipe on the side and actually use buttermilk. The mix is available on Amazon but it's actually a fair amount cheaper just ordering it directly.

https://shop.goldenmalted.com/Product/GM.20_32OZ/Original_Waffle_Pancake_Mix_-_Our_Most_Popular_Mix.aspx
or
https://shop.goldenmalted.com/Product/GM.20_1.2F_33/Original_Waffle_and_Pancake_Mix_-_Premium_Classic_Canister.aspx

Use the mickey 90th anniversary waffle maker.

https://www.shopdisney.com/mickey-mouse-90th-anniversary-double-flip-waffle-maker-655772017307.html

They're a little smaller than the "real" ones you get at Disney, but we like them that way. We just eat them by hand :)
Nice! I have a 7 inch Mickey head waffle maker, it's not as detailed, just the outline with waffle squares. Not sure my wife would be impressed with another waffle maker🤣

The golden brown waffles look great. Will see about trying them out soon
 

GBRforWDW

DIS Veteran
Joined
Jan 29, 2020
These won't taste EXACTLY like Mickey waffles, but the Krusteaz Belgin Waffle mix (you add water, oil, and eggs--NOT the "just add water mix") is amazing. If you use that batter with the 90th anniversary waffle maker you will never eat breakfast out again. :cool1:
I do like Krusteaz. They have some great mixes.
 

ScubaCat

DIS Veteran
Joined
May 12, 2008
Nice! I have a 7 inch Mickey head waffle maker, it's not as detailed, just the outline with waffle squares. Not sure my wife would be impressed with another waffle maker🤣

The golden brown waffles look great. Will see about trying them out soon
It'd be pretty similar. Golden Malted mix is used at many hotel chains with complimentary continental breakfast (albeit they likely use the "complete" version where you just add water).
 
  • La Tomate

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    May 14, 2013
    And if you're outside the US, and can't get the waffle mix? Use your fave waffle mix, and add in some plain Ovaltine.
    The key difference in taste is the maltyness - and ovaltine does a decent job.
    Or - find your own malted milk powder and sub that - I use ovaltine because it's in my store :D
     

    DLgal

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Feb 12, 2013
    Sure. Use Golden Malted ORIGINAL mix (not the "complete" version). Follow the buttermilk pancake recipe on the side and actually use buttermilk. The mix is available on Amazon but it's actually a fair amount cheaper just ordering it directly.

    https://shop.goldenmalted.com/Product/GM.20_32OZ/Original_Waffle_Pancake_Mix_-_Our_Most_Popular_Mix.aspx
    or
    https://shop.goldenmalted.com/Product/GM.20_1.2F_33/Original_Waffle_and_Pancake_Mix_-_Premium_Classic_Canister.aspx

    Use the mickey 90th anniversary waffle maker.

    https://www.shopdisney.com/mickey-mouse-90th-anniversary-double-flip-waffle-maker-655772017307.html

    They're a little smaller than the "real" ones you get at Disney, but we like them that way. We just eat them by hand :)
    I disagree about using the pancake recipe. If doesn't have enough fat so they will tend to stick and be dry, and using buttermilk makes them get too dark like your photo posted due to the additional milk solids burning. I have the same mix and waffle maker. I can tell you, Disney adds water to their mix, not milk or buttermilk. They actually use the complete mix and just add water. This is how they can provide "egg free" waffles without needing an additional type of mix (the Complete versions have no egg or egg products). They use Golden Malted Complete as well as Golden Malted Gluten Free Complete on Disney property (this is from a friend who works in food service at Disney).
     


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