Friday, December 2, 2022

Disney’s Flamin’ Hot Mac And Cheetos Cone Is Burning Up Instagram

A black cone filled with spicy mac and cheese might not seem super appealing, but at Disneyland, that color combo somehow becomes instantly magical, especially when you factor in that Halloween is only about a month away.

The only thing “The Happiest Place on Earth” is known for besides rides and lost children is its endless lines for novelty food stuffs, and this new California Adventure obsession is right on time.

Just look at this thing. Would you even know what it was if you hadn’t read about it first?

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Located in Cars Land at the Cozy Cone Motel, Disney released the new treat for Halloween, along with a bunch of other scary stuff.

This mac and cheese monstrosity is officially called the Slow Burnin’ Mac & Cheese Cone and it’s basically just some pasta with spicy red pepper cheese sauce topped with crushed chile-cheese puffs (which sounds an awful lot like Flamin’ Hot Cheetos) and served in a Black Cauldron Cone (made jet black by charcoal, which is SO HOT RIGHT NOW!). Disney may be long in the tooth, but they’re no dummies. They tapped into two social media trends (likely on their way out).

Also available at the Cozy Cone Motel: the delightful looking Spoke-y Cone Macaron filled with marshmallow buttercream and candy corn…

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…and Junkyard JamBOOree Mix, which is flavored popcorn with optional “nuts and bolts” (i.e. green M&M’s, candy corn, chocolate-covered pretzels, Boston baked beans, etc.).

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According to Foodbeast, the mac and cheese cone sells for $9 and will only be available through October.

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