Disneyland foodies who have been craving Monte Cristo sandwiches, Mickey Mouse-shaped Beignets, Churro Toffee and Dole Whips during the coronavirus closure of the Anaheim theme park may someday be able to get their culinary favorites delivered directly to their home.

Disneyland annual passholders who were asked a series of survey questions related to the COVID-19 pandemic were thrown a curveball query about home delivery of Disneyland food and beverages, according to MiceChat.

“Disney is always considering new ideas and we’d like to get your opinions about a few of those now,” the Disneyland survey said.

The most intriguing possibility: How likely would you be to order Disneyland prepared food and beverages delivered to your home?

MiceChat called the proposed Disneyland version of a Doordash or UberEats for Disney corn dogs, churros and funnel cakes a “bizarre concept.”

But is it?

Restaurants have seen a surge in home delivery, curbside pickup and drive-through traffic since the COVID-19 pandemic closed dining rooms and forced Americans to try new food-to-go options.

Why couldn’t Disneyland do the same thing? The demand is definitely there.

Social media has been flooded with #stayathome recipes for Disneyland menu favorites ever since the COVID-19 pandemic closed the Anaheim theme parks in mid-March. Disneyland fans longing for a taste of the Happiest Place on Earth have been hungry for any reminder of the parks.

There have been copycat recipes for Blue Milk from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and the Polynesian Pearl cocktail from Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar.

The Disney Food Blog has posted knockoff recipes for the Steakhouse 55 Eggs Benedict, the PCH Grill’s Chocolate, Peanut Butter and Banana French Toast and the Cafe Orleans Monte Cristo sandwich.

Even Disney has gotten in on the theme park food fever by posting official recipes for Churro Bites, Kitchen Sink Sundaes and Mickey Mouse Beignets.

And Disney food fans are eating it up. A video with a Disney chef from the Lamplight Lounge at California Adventure showing forlorn fans how to make PB and J Rolls at home has garnered 339,000 likes on Facebook.

Could a Disneydash or MickeyEats food and beverage home delivery service be far behind? Disney will have to see what the survey says.

Disney’s two Anaheim theme parks, three hotels and outdoor shopping mall remain closed until further notice amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Disneyland and other California theme parks can reopen during Stage 3 of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s four-stage road map for reopening the state’s economy. A firm date has not been established for when California theme parks can reopen.

LA Daily News