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nannye 01-10-2013 11:54 AM

Looking for Mickey Pasta
 
Anyone know what gift store I any I can buy Mickey shaped pasta in? If at all. I remember they had it when I was there in aug 2011 but not sure if it would still be sold. If anyone knows a price and size of bag that would be great.

Murron 01-10-2013 12:08 PM

http://www.magicalmemoriesstore.com/...ystore,/Detail

Or if you are actually going to be in WDW, go to Downtown Disney -- it's in the big store and there's a kitchen store as well.

EagleFlyer 01-10-2013 12:14 PM

They had some on a small kitchen display at Mouse Gear is Epcot when we were there a few months ago. Not sure or the price or size though.

wings91 01-10-2013 12:38 PM

The kitchen store is connected to Earl of Sandwich, might be easier to find than in World of Disney.

ErinsMommy 01-10-2013 12:51 PM

Holy moly that's expensive pasta!! :eek:

DisneyDanielle85 01-10-2013 12:53 PM

We were there in October 2012 and I recall seeing it at the Contemporary gift shop.

GOOFY26 01-10-2013 01:07 PM

Can find the pasta in World of Disney in the kitchen section

susanv 01-10-2013 01:12 PM

14 ounces for $6.95 as of March 2012

nannye 01-10-2013 11:49 PM

Wowzers, odd question but I don't cook much. Does anyone know how much one package would make? I'm doing a disney world themed scrapbooking crop for 50 people and thought it would be cool to make mickey mac n cheese (not enought for a full serving for everyone) but just 1 package and hopefully have a small spoonful for whoever wants it and regular macaroni noodles to supplement.

rcraw45425 01-11-2013 08:29 AM

World of Disney at DTD has it, it's like $7 a bag. From the looks of the bag I'd say each bag would make about the same as one box of Muellers or Barilla. Quite pricey for your ge together, but you could use a regular shaped pasta and use the Disney for accent.

stitch1094 01-11-2013 09:41 AM

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Originally Posted by nannye (Post 47152541)
Wowzers, odd question but I don't cook much. Does anyone know how much one package would make? I'm doing a disney world themed scrapbooking crop for 50 people and thought it would be cool to make mickey mac n cheese (not enought for a full serving for everyone) but just 1 package and hopefully have a small spoonful for whoever wants it and regular macaroni noodles to supplement.

I think trying to serve a 14 oz bag of pasta to 50 people is extremely silly. I would either (1) buy enough bags of pasta for 50 people or (2) find various Disney recipes off the internet and make them for your party.

nannye 01-12-2013 10:46 AM

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Originally Posted by stitch1094 (Post 47154712)
I think trying to serve a 14 oz bag of pasta to 50 people is extremely silly. I would either (1) buy enough bags of pasta for 50 people or (2) find various Disney recipes off the internet and make them for your party.

I'm going to be making enoough using a Disney receipe and regular pasta to feed 50 people. The Mickey pasta was just extra to add a little spoon of Mickey to the plate of whoever wanted it.

Not everyone will be eating it anyways.

ExpatDisneyLover 01-12-2013 10:50 AM

I have seen it lots of places - I would try -
the kitchen shop next to Earl of Sandwich at DTD
World of Disney at DTD
Candy shop main street USA MK - has a lot of food items may have the pasta though I can't remember specifically
Mousegears at Epcot - have seen it there I am fairly sure
:)

Luvchefmic 01-12-2013 02:16 PM

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Originally Posted by nannye (Post 47152541)
Wowzers, odd question but I don't cook much. Does anyone know how much one package would make? I'm doing a disney world themed scrapbooking crop for 50 people and thought it would be cool to make mickey mac n cheese (not enought for a full serving for everyone) but just 1 package and hopefully have a small spoonful for whoever wants it and regular macaroni noodles to supplement.


Guess who has this in her kitchen ?

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anyway its a 12 oz pkg for $6.95 no crazier than the other food items Its a cute idea I get what you're trying to do but I think a few people taking a 'sample' and it will be gone Are you planning dessert ? Maybe a large tub vanilla ice cream and some 'Mickey' head shaped sprinkles ? ( also found pretty much everwhere too)

Sounds like fun

rcraw45425 01-12-2013 09:02 PM

I just thought of something.....I've seen various Disney pastas at WalMart. I know I've seen the Cars ones, maybe others as well. If it doesn't have to be straight from the parks this is an option!


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