Even if you don't have plans to visit Disneyland or Disney World in 2019, you'll soon have a chance to bring a part of the parks home with you. As the Miami Herald reports, Disney's iconic Mickey Mouse ice cream bars are coming to grocery stores.

The treats, made from vanilla ice cream shaped like Mickey Mouse's ears and face and dipped in milk chocolate, have appeared in countless snapshots taken at Disney since they debuted. Like other Disney snacks and merchandise, the Mickey Mouse ice cream pops have long been exclusive to the parks, but in honor of the character's 90th birthday last November, they're getting a limited-time release.

The "Mickey: The True Original" pops are a collaboration between Disney and Nestlé. Though the makers haven't specified exactly how long they'll be around, the bars are set to hit supermarket freezers starting this February. They will be available at major grocery store chains around the country, including Ralph's and Publix.

The newly available True Original ice cream may not offer the full experience of being at Disney, but it also doesn't come with the hefty price tag, either: A box of six bars costs $7.49, compared to $5.75 for one bar at Disney parks.

[h/t Miami Herald]