DIY Mickey Mouse Oreos!

What You Need:

-Original size Oreo cookies

-Oreo Minis

-Wilton’s Candy Melts (the chocolates are already color dyed) You can also get white candy melts and use gel food coloring to customize the colors!

Optional: you can use paper straws and add personalized banners/printable toppers. I found these free Mickey Mouse birthday printables/Mickey hands that I cut out and glued to the straws! I attached the straws to some of the rice krispies then added the rest to a mason jar for the guest to take as a party favor:)




How To:

Step 1: remove the cream from the mini oreo


Next, melt your chocolate and add a small amount to each of your mini oreos, the chocolate will act as your glue to keep the ears in place.20160511_215106-01.jpeg

Now it’s time to attach your mini oreos onto the big oreo! you can already see your Mickey Mouse come to life!


And there you have it! Your very own Mickey Mouse Oreo! So simple and super adorable!


Melt your chocolate using a double boiler, or simply microwaving the chocolate in a microwave safe bowl. Be sure to not over heat the chocolate for it can easily burn, I like to heat it up and stir about every 15 seconds. If your chocolate begins to thicken or you notice it becoming very clumpy, you can add a few drops of cooking oil to thin it out.



Once you have all your ears attached and the chocolate has dried, you can now decorate your Oreos! Dip, drizzle, sprinkle your Mickey ears any way you desire! Allow your chocolate dipped Oreos to dry on wax paper lined baking pan once you have completed the chocolate dipping process. If you want to create a Minnie Mouse, simply add a sweet mini bow! I like to use these mini heart sprinkles to create my easy to do bows!


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