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Mickey Christmas Treats

We are officially Disney fanatics!!  (so, these Mickey Christmas Treats can’t be missed on my blog!) Some of you may know that already but for those of you that don’t … WE ARE!  Plain and simple… We’ve spent a bit of  time at Disneyland this year (done pretty well considering we live 12 hours away!)  Our annual passes are about to expire SO,  I ran down for one last quick trip.  It’s so FUN at Christmas time!!  It’s totally decked out from head to toe, of course!  I took pictures with all the Disney Christmas Trees to share with you!  They’re just so beautiful and enormous they take your breath away.  While we were there I kept seeing these cute Rice Krispie Mickey Heads! I figured I could duplicate something similar at home… just had to buy a Mickey head cookie cutters and I knew I could put these little Mickey Christmas Treats together…

Mickey Christmas Treats
Mickey Christmas Treats
Mickey Christmas Treats
Inspiration piece…


Mickey Christmas Treats
Make half batch of Rice Krispy Treats or a normal batch in a cookie sheet so it’s thin enough to use a cookie cutter
Mickey Christmas Treats
Place Krispy Treats on waxed paper, press cookie cutter, pull away krispy’s
Mickey Christmas Treats
Mickey head shape or whatever suits your fancy!
Mickey Christmas Treats
Cutting out 2 sizes helps minimize the Krispy Treats leftovers
Mickey Christmas Treats
Melt chocolate chips with 1 tsp oil in microwave until creamy and smooth
Mickey Christmas Treats
Dip 1/2 of shape in chocolate
Mickey Christmas Treats
Use a spoon to help cover
Mickey Christmas Treats
Add sprinkles while chocolate is wet so they stick
Mickey Christmas Treats
Let dry until set (appox 1-2 hours)
Mickey Christmas Treats
Adorable!! If you want them on a stick then insert sucker stick once the chocolate is set!!

I’m sure you noticed the price at Disneyland for three Krispy Treat Mickey Heads on a stick!  These Mickey Christmas Treats are a much better option and just as cute : )

Here are the pictures of the Disneyland Christmas Trees…


Mickey Christmas Treats
Disneyland Christmas Tree
Mickey Christmas Treats
Grand California Christmas Tree
Mickey Christmas Treats
Paradise Pier Christmas Tree
Mickey Christmas Treats
Paradise Pier Tree up close
Mickey Christmas Treats
Snow Globe on California adventure side
Mickey Christmas Treats
Mickey Topiary
Mickey Christmas Treats
Disneyland Castle at Christmas

Disneyland is a magical place… I hope you enjoy making these darling little Mickey Christmas Treats!!

Mickey Christmas Treats...

Dipped Ride Crispy Treats 16


  • 1 batch Rice Krispy Treats
  • 1 bag of milk chocolate chips, or any color of choice
  • 1 Tbsp oil
  • candy sprinkles of choice


  1. Follow Aug 29, 2011 post for Krispy Treats or use your favorite recipe.
  2. (Either make a half batch or use a cookie sheet so the Krispy Treats are thin enough for a cookie cutter to cut.)
  3. Let cool. Use whatever shape cookie cutter you'd like (stars, holidays, Mickey heads!) Place on wax paper.
  4. In a microwaveable bowl combine chocolate and oil.
  5. Microwave 30 seconds, stir, microwave 15 seconds, stir well.
  6. Repeat until creamy and smooth.
  7. Dip top half of Rice Krispy cut out into chocolate, using a spoon to assist, let some of the chocolate drip back into the bowl, place on wax paper, sprinkle with candy sprinkles.
  8. Let cool until set, this may take up to an hour. (see photo tutorial)



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  2. Ruthie says:

    You're more than welcome to borrow mine!! They are cute : )

  3. Lori Houston says:

    Love these Mickeys – all I need now is a cookie cutter. Thanks Ruthie, you are amazing. xoxox

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