Calling all Mickey fans! If you’re obsessed with all things Mickey Mouse (and Disney), you’re going to love this fun list of Mickey Mouse recipes we’ve put together for you. From adult beverages to mini pizzas to over-the-top freak shakes, you’re going to find some amazing ideas to try.
These Mickey Mouse recipes are great for a Mickey-themed party or for family movie night. But you can also use these ideas as a fun way to announce a Disney vacation with the kids. Just serve them one of these fun recipes and tell them the news.
But die-hard Disney fans know, you don’t need a special occasion to celebrate. There’s magic in every day, especially when you put in the effort to make your meal, dessert, or snack extra-special for no reason at all.
Bring the Happiest Place on Earth a little closer to home with these fun Mickey treats.
Cute Mickey Mouse Recipes for Disney Fans
Mickey Mouse Cocktail: If you’re having a party, make this special drink just for the adults. Our Mickey Mouse Cocktail is made with cherry vodka, passion fruit rum, Sprite, pina colada mix, and grenadine. The glasses are rimmed with sanding sugar and then filled with this yummy, boozy concoction that you’ll just love! (via Sequins in the South)
Mickey Mouse Pizza: What could be better than pizza to a kid? Mickey Mouse pizza! This simple recipe is made with store-bought pizza dough and jarred pizza sauce, so you can pull this off in under 30 minutes. Keep it simple for the picky eaters—cheese or pepperoni pizzas—and pile on the veggies for everyone else. Yum! (via Liz on Call)
Crispy Rice Mickey Treats: These Mickey-themed Rice Krispie treats are just like the ones that you get in the park! You’ll remember all those fun-filled vacation moments with every bite you take. It’s a great way to continue the magic when you get back home. These treats would be great for a birthday party or class party. (via Farm Girl Gabs)
Mickey Mouse Soft Pretzels: If you’re craving a savory snack, these simple Mickey pretzels will make you feel like you’re in the parks. Serve with a mustard sauce or cheese dip on the side for a winning party appetizer. (via Liz on Call)
Mickey Cinnamon Rolls: Wake your children up with these delightful Mickey Cinnamon Rolls for breakfast. Can you imagine how excited they’ll be? This would be a fun way to announce that you’re leaving for your Walt Disney World vacation if you’ve saved the announcement for the last minute. But even if you’re just staying at home in your pajamas, who doesn’t love cinnamon rolls? (via Aileen Cooks)
Mickey Mouse Cupcake Cones: If you’re planning a Mickey party, these are great cupcakes to make for kids! The ice cream cone base keeps the mess off their hands, and it just looks super cute. The chocolate Mickey Mouse cupcake toppers sweeten the deal even more. (via Mommy’s Fabulous Finds)
Mickey Mouse Pretzel Rods: Get the ultimate salty/sweet flavor combination with some beautiful Mickey Mouse pretzel rods. These would look amazing at a party or even a Mickey-themed baby shower. You could also make them for family movie night when you’re watching a Disney-themed movie! (via The Inspiration Edit)
Minnie Mouse Oreos: Any little Minnie fan will adore these dressed up Oreo cookies. Aren’t the little polka dot bows so cute? Put them in cellophane packaging with a ribbon, and they’d make great party favors. (via The Inspiration Edit)
Mickey Mouse Freak Shake: You KNOW we love freak shakes here at Sequins in the South. This Mickey Mouse version is full of some of our favorite things, from cookies and cream ice cream with chocolate milk and chocolate syrup to the big chocolate donut and Crispy Mickey treat on top. (via Liz on Call)
Easy Minnie Mouse Birthday Cake: Okay, so it’s easy to go over the top with our kids’ birthdays sometimes, right? Cakes especially seem to get more expensive year after year. But kids don’t care much about the cake, and neither do your guests. They’re there to celebrate the birthday girl or boy! So, save yourself some megabucks this year by making your own Minnie Mouse cake. It’s just as delicious, is really simple to do, and will cost a fraction of the price. (via The Soccer Mom Blog)
Mickey Mouse Chocolate Covered Strawberries: We can’t get over how cute these decorated strawberries are! Ok, so there’s a lot of chocolate here, but there’s also fruit. So it balances out, right? No mom-guilt here! (via Mommy Travels)
Mickey Mouse Milkshake: Here’s another freak shake idea that’s Mickey-themed! This one uses banana split ice cream, and it’s also super over-the-top with the extra goodies like M&Ms, pretzels, a donut, a peppermint swirl lollipop, and lots more. (via Savvy Mama Lifestyle)
Mickey Mouse Santa Cupcakes: When Christmas comes around, add these Mickey Mouse Santa cupcakes to your baking list. They’d be perfect for giving to neighbors or for making for the school or church bake sale. Using a boxed cake mix makes this recipe a little easier to pull off. If you can’t find black fondant, mini Oreos will work great for the ears! (via Farm Girl Gabs)
Mickey Christmas Cookies: These Mickey cookies look too pretty to eat… almost. But, I’m a cookie addict, so I definitely plan to make AND eat them for the holidays this year. But who says you have to wait until December? Try them for a Christmas in July celebration. No complicated cookie and icing recipe here—just use ready-to-bake cookie dough and ready-made cookie icing. (via Cutefetti)
Mickey and Minnie Christmas Doughnuts: Jazz up mini-doughnuts with a Mickey and Minnie theme. Even the youngest kiddos can help you dunk the doughnuts into the red candy melts, and then older kids (or parents who are helping) can make the more complicated parts of the design. Wouldn’t they look pretty on the dessert table at a Christmas party? (via Mom Luck)
Which Mickey Mouse recipe are you going to make first?