Disney The Little Mermaid Inspired Oreos Recipe
Today on the blog we are sharing some Disney Inspired The Little Mermaid Oreos. The Little Mermaid was one of the first Disney movies I ever owned. I remember watching it as a child at home and loving the song by Sabastian the lobster “Kiss the girl”. I love all the songs from The Little Mermaid and know most of them by heart.
The Little Mermaid became a big thing for Sylvia when she was about 3 years old. We used to go swimming at the local pools. She would role play Ariel and I was always Sebastian ha ha. Sylvia had a Little Mermaid swimming costume and we really did love the under the sea theme.
So today I am sharing some fantastic Under the sea themed Oreo cookies.
I hope you enjoy these Disney Inspired The Little Mermaid Oreos Recipe.
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What You Need
1 package of Oreo cookies
1 bag of white chocolate melting wafers
two small pots
1 silicon seashell fondant mould
1 box of white fondant
1 can of gold spray
1 can of pink spray
purple and teal food gel
1/2 C of powder sugar
1 bag of pink large pearl candy
1 bag of light blue pearl candy
1 bag of purple pearl candy
1/2 C light brown sugar
paint brush to dust powder sugar
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Directions for fondant
MAKE FONDANT PIECES A DAY BEFORE
Take a palm size amount of fondant and knead it until soft in your hand.
Coat the fondant mould with a light dusting of powder sugar so that the fondant wont stick.
Take a little pinch of the fondant and mould it into the shape that you want.
Wait a minute before pushing out the fondant piece and place onto a paper towel.
Using the gold spray, spray the fondant pieces lightly until you get the desired gold shade you like.
Repeat with the pink spray and once done spraying with the pink spray, add some gold to give it a shine
Using more fondant and the gloves, add 1 drop of purple or teal to the fondant and knead in your hands till the fondant is completely dyed and theres no wet dye left
Repeat process with other colour. Dust the mat again with the powder sugar and mould. Once you have all the pieces you want spray the teal and purple pieces with gold to give it a shine. Then set aside till the next day.
Fill 1/4 of the bottom pot with water and place on medium heat. Place the second pot on top for a few minutes to get hot. Add half a bag of white melts into the top pot and mix until melted. Dip in your Oreo until fully coated. Using a fork, pick up the Oreo from the bottom and lightly tap the edge of the pot so extra chocolate can fall off.
Place onto the cookie sheet lined with wax paper. Once dry, dip the top of the Oreo into the chocolate and then dip into the brown sugar. Grab a fondant piece and place standing up into the brown sugar.
Continue decorating the Oreos how ever you like adding the fondant pieces from the day before.