Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Cookies

After Christmas last year, I went to my local Wal-greens Drug Store and saw a Micky Mouse Snowman cutter. It was a cute unique cutter so I grabbed it! I saw it the other day and asked myself what is better than a Mickey Mouse Snowman? Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Cookies!

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This cookie is so simple that  you can make it with the kiddos. If you outline the sections, the kids can flood them. They could even make a candy face. Why didn’t I think of that before I made this tutorial? Maybe next year.

Don’t stress if you don’t have this cutter. Just combine a Mickey Mouse Cookie Cutter head like this one with the body of a snowman. Simple way to make it without searching for this one cutter.

Supplies for Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Cookies:

Orange 15 Second Icing
Brown 15 Second Icing
Green Thick Icing

Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Cookies thebearfootbaker.comFirst, outline the sections of the Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Cookies. I made all of these different because I wanted to show you there is more than one way to make Mickey. I personally like the middle one the best but, make it however you want.

Then, with the orange icing, flood every other section and let them dry for about 20 minutes.

Next, flood next sections and let them dry for 20 minutes. Just be sure not to flood 2 sections that touch each other or you will loose the look of the pumpkin sections.

Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Cookies thebearfootbaker.comOnce Mickey is flooded, let it dry for several hours before you add the stem and leaf.

Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Cookies thebearfootbaker.comAdd a brown stem and a green leaf and let dry overnight.

Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Cookies thebearfootbaker.comIf you are in a hurry or if you think the stem makes the pumpkin look like Minnie instead of Mickey, you can skip that part. If you don’t have a Mickey Mouse Snowman Cutter, you can make one with a snowman cutter and a mini pumpkin cutter. Hope you and the kids have fun in the kitchen baking up some Halloween Goodies!

Here are some other pumpkins you can make:
Pumpkin Patch Cupcake Poppers
Folk Art Pumpkin Cookies
Glittery Pumpkin Cookies
Simple Pumpkin Cookies

Happy Creating,

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Comments

  1. What a fabulously sweet idea! Love it!! :)

  2. These are so cute!! I love these and enjoy seeing all of your amazing creations. You are truly inspiring!

  3. i die!!! these are SOOO cute!

  4. I love Mickey any way shape or form and I really really love him as a pumpkin!! :)

  5. So creative, Lisa!! Back in college, I used to live near Disneyworld in Orlando and always loved going during Halloween season. The weather was cooler and the whole park goes all out with their decorations. These cookies definitely brings back those memories.

  6. Soooo cute and clever Lisa. Leave it to YOU to find a way to tie PUMPKINS, Mickey and Cookies all together into one fabulous cookie.

  7. Such a cute idea, and executed perfectly!

  8. The ears are my favorite part. (Is it weird that I have a favorite PART? I can’t help it. They are so adorably puffy!)

  9. These cookies are adorable! Almost too nice to eat, LOL!

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