In case giant turkey legs and deep-fried everything isn’t enough to turn your Disney vacation into a food coma, not to worry: the Macaroni and Cheese Bread Cone is here. Disney’s latest theme park atrocity ($9.29) is served propped up in a medium drink cup for convenience and structural soundness.
The biscuit-esque bread cone filled with mac can be found at a concession stand in Disney’s Hollywood Studios (one of four theme parks at Florida’s Walt Disney World Resort). It also comes with a bag of Lays potato chips—you know, in case you wanted some carbs with your carbs.
According to a glowing review from Wendy of “Disney Food Blog,” the mac and cheese is “perfectly ooey, gooey, and cheesy” while the cone itself is “soft and pliable while still being sturdy and thick.” Wendy chose to top her mac and cheese cone with a generous helping of bacon, because ‘Murica.
Still hungry? There’s a second cone variety: The Fiesta Chili-Cheese Bread Cone stuffed with chili, beans, and corn, covered with jalapeños and cheddar.
Having discovered a similar (-ly absurd) snack at the Wisconsin State Fair last month in the form of a Chicken and Waffle Cone, we can’t help but wonder if serving gut-bomb southern food in a cone is the next big food trend. Get your scalpels ready, cardiovascular surgeons of America.