Minnie Mouse Oreo Cookies Tutorial
We have 10 days to go until our trip to Disneyland and with this in mind, I wanted to share a tutorial on the blog for Minnie Mouse Oreo Cookies.
This really is a fun and easy activity which you can make for or with the kids and I hope you enjoy reading this post. Sylvia is really looking forward to seeing Minnie Mouse and this week we are off to find some Mickey or Minnie ears for our trip.
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Ingredients For These Disney Oreos
- 1 package of double stuffed Oreos
- 1 bag of chocolate buttons
- 1 bag of red candy melts
- 1/4 bag of white candy melts
- wax paper
- cookie sheet
- two small pots
- tooth picks
- 1 package of royal icing cupcake decoration bows (If unavailable you can make bows using a mini bow mold)
Wilton Chocolate & Candy Melts Melting Pot, 2104-9006Vremi 3 Piece Baking Sheets Nonstick Set – Professional Non Stick Sheet Pan Set for Baking – Carbon Steel Baking Pans Cookie Sheets with Red Silicone Handles – has Quarter and Half Sheet PansCuisinart 619-14 Chef’s Classic Nonstick Hard-Anodized 1-Quart Saucepan with Cover
How To Make These Mickey Mouse Oreo Cookies
Gently tear apart the Oreos so that you have one half clean of filling and the filling is on the other half.
Take one of the chocolate buttons and place the bottom edge of the button on either side of the Oreo.
Pour the red candy melts into a microwave container and melt as per the instructions on the packaging.
Using a toothpick or chopstick dip the stick into the red candy melts and then drop some of the candy melt onto the edge of the chocolate button to create a glue.
Place the cookies back together and the chocolate should hold the Oreo back in place.
Dip the cookies half way into the red candy melt and then place on the wax paper,
Set the Oreos to one side to cool and harden. Once the red chocolate covering has hardened add in a few white wafers to another pot and microwave until melted.
Once melted, scoop the white chocolate into a zip lock bag, cut a tiny tip from the corner or the bag and pipe white chocolate as a line along the edge of the red chocolate.
Next, add white polka dots. Now all you need to do is take the icing bow, add a few dots of chocolate to make glue and place the bow on the cookie as shown below.
Let the white chocolate harden in the fridge for about 20 minutes.
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Angela Milnes is a Qualified Teacher who specialises in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has studied nutrition for children and taught adults cooking skills. Angela loves to share family meals and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!