17 Minnie Mouse Party Food Ideas That Will Make Your Dreams Come True
Make it a magical birthday with these cute Minnie Mouse party food ideas.
Mickey Mouse Pop Tarts
Whether you’re hosting a brunch party or want to serve a playful dessert, these adorable Mickey Mouse pop tarts from blogger Liz on Call are simple to make. To assemble, simply fill storebought pie crusts with your favorite jam. Wrap around a straw or popsicle stick and bake! Here are 35 more fun ideas for birthday treats.
Minnie Mouse Cake
This adorable Minnie Mouse cake might look professionally done, but its charm can easily be recreated at home with some cake mix and the right-sized cake pans. The Soccer Mom Blog promises that it is a BIG cake—more than large enough to serve 25 guests! Find more Disney copycat recipes.
Chocolate Covered Minnie Mouse Rice Krispie Treats
These easy Rice Krispie treats can be decorated as either Minnie or Mickey Mouse, or both! With a Mickey Mouse-shaped cookie cutter like this ($6), you’ll be able to match the dessert to your theme. These chocolate peanut butter crispy bars are a delicious variation.
Sugar Cookie Bars
A fun alternative to regular cookies, these sugar cookie bars help bring Disney’s most memorable characters to life. Blogger Cupcake Diaries uses red, yellow and white sprinklers for her Mickey Mouse sugar cookie bars but you might use pink and white for Minne Mouse.
Mickey Mouse Cake
It’s only appropriate that Mickey would make an appearance at Minnie’s party. Create this scrumptious Mickey-inspired cake with just a few ingredients—no sophisticated baking tools or cake decorating skills required! If you’d prefer to turn it into a homage to Minnie, you can play around with the frosting and sprinkle colors.
Minnie’s Pink Popcorn
Move over, buttered popcorn! Blogger Frosted Fingers gives the classic snack a colorful twist with Minnie’s pink popcorn using gelatin powder. What’s more, after everyone’s gone home, it’s the perfect Disney movie night snack.
Pigs in a Blanket
Hot dog! Pluto would approve of these tasty (and simple) pigs in a blanket. You can either use storebought mini dogs or cut a full-sized frank into thirds. Busy hosts will appreciate that these can be made ahead of time, and kids will love that there are treats made with Minnie’s friend in mind.
Chocolate Dipped Pretzel Rods
There’s nothing better than chocolate—except for chocolate-dipped pretzel rods decorated with your favorite sprinkles or nuts. My Sweet Mission says you can tailor the savory-sweet treats with your choice of chocolate and toppings, and they’re perfect for a party that’s not centered around a big meal.
Mickey Mouse Sugar Cookies
Put your cookie cutters to work with these Mickey and Minnie sugar cookies. Pink and white sprinkles channel Minne’s signature style. The cookies also pack up nicely, making them good for gifting.
Minnie Mouse Sugar Cookies
You can never have too many cookies, and these Minnie Mouse sugar cookies from Wishes and Dishes are proof. Decorate them with our Minnie-pink strawberry frosting before the party for an adorable addition to your treat table. You can also offer a decorate-your-own-cookie table to keep the kids occupied.
Mickey Mouse Oreo Cupcakes
Copycat of the Mickey Mouse Oreo Cupcakes at Disney’s Pop Century Resort, these black-and-white beauties might end up getting devoured before they can be properly admired. While this recipe can be just as delicious with boxed cake mix, homemade frosting is a must. Craving more cookies? We’ve rounded up some of the best uses for leftover Oreos.
Minnie Mouse Cupcakes
Honor the mice that started Disney with these Mickey and Minnie Mouse cupcakes from Cupcake Diaries. The festive treats are quick to prepare—you can print out Minnie’s bow decoration from the blog. Not a fan of chocolate cake? Here are some of our other favorite cupcake flavors.
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