I was thinking maybe some toodles (from mickey mouse club house) I am having some problems finding a mickey mouse cookie cutter though. I guess if nothing else I could do regular rounds and do The design in the center? ANY ideas are more than welcome!
Wilton did make a Mickey mouse face cookie cutter, but I guess it's been discontinued. I don't know how soon you need it. Might find one on Ebay.
Here is a mouse head that might work.
Here's a great Mickey face outline:
The flip flop cutter could work for his yellow shoes:
Here are some MM quins:
Make one large round cut-out and two smaller round cut-outs. Put the smaller ones touching the edge of the bigger one where the ears should be. Insta-mouse.
I have mickey mouse pancake molds that would work that I got at Disney world. See if they have those on e-bay
I got some mickey head cookie on a stick pans on ebay. They make really cute cookies. When we were at Disney for the convention I got a mickey head regular cookie cutter - it was only $5 (expensive for a cookie cutter - cheap for disney world!)
I highly recommend starting at ebay!
Thank you all so much! I have never made my own cookie cutter before I would be a little scared to do that! If I do the large round and two small rounds How would I connect them? It they are placed touching when backing will the mesh toghether? Wouldn't there still be a weak spot?
I baked two pieces together with no problems...
ebay is a great place to look. or laughingplace.com
for ideas here is what i did for my daughters mickey mouse clubhouse party last year.
I love the Rice krispy treats! Did you just dip the ears in chocolate or did you pipe it on there?
we started with dipping& it was just too much chocolate it was way too heavy for the sticks. so we piped it on. by then i was a in a major hurry so it wasn't the best piping i have ever done. you can get the sprinkles on ebay too, they have them in different colors & they are really cheap for a good amount.
Hi! Just a quick thought - you can do light imprints with the rounds on very chilled dough and then cut out the image all the way through with a sharp, fine bladed knife. That worked well on my fireworks cookies with the star on top as it was two cutter shapes combined. Just don't do the imprint too deep. Hope that helps!
They do in fact make a Mickey Mouse head silhouette cookie cutter. I do know they sell it at the World of Disney store at Downtown Disney.
If you are going to bake two cutouts together here's what I do that might help:
To give yourself more surface that will stick together, use the smaller round cutter (ear) and cut two small crescents where you want the ears to go into the large round cookie (head) and place the ears into these cutouts, like a puzzle and then bake. It doesn't have to be much at all. This gives a better bond. I do this whenever I'm joining two cutouts together. Hope this makes sense.