Minnie Mouse Cookie Tutorial

These adorable Minnie Mouse cookies on a stick are easy to make when you follow Bronnie Bakes' step-by-step instructions. 

Start by rolling your cookie dough and cutting out your mouse cookies using Disney’s Mickey Mouse Icon Cookie Cutter. The dough needs to be rolled quite thick so that you dont run the risk of the stick falling out.

Place your cookie in the fridge to harden for about 10 minutes, and then using a sharp knife, make an incision halfway up the cookie and then insert the stick.

Bake in the oven on 180 degrees C (about 355 degrees F) until cooked. Usually I like my cookies on the softer side, but these need to be a bit harder so that the stick is in place.

To start the decorating, mix some Tylo powder into your pink fondant, and using a bow cutter, make your bow. I have used the Jem bow cutter in size 2.

Leave the bow aside to harden. If you don’t have a bow cutter, you can make your bow using this tutorial.

Roll out your black fondant, cut the top part of the mouse and attach to the cookie using water.

Roll out your pink fondant, cut out the bottom half of the mouse and attach using water.

Roll out some white fondant and using a tiny circle cutter or the bottom of a straw, cut out 5 circles.

Leave to dry for 5 minutes, and then attach to your cookie.

Attach your bow, and then wrap in a cello bag with a ribbon

From Youtube

This tutorial shows you how to make Minnie Mouse cookies on a stick – very simple, yet such a cute party idea. A Minnie Mouse party theme is a popular girls birthday idea and these would make a fantastic addition to any party! Blog link http://bronniebakes.com/2012/04/10/minnie/ How to make fondant bows if you don’t have a bow cutter http://bronniebakes.com/2011/09/21/how-to-make-a-striped-fondant-bow/ Cookie recipe http://bronniebakes.com/2011/03/13/party-food-iced-sugar-cookies/

Comments (3)


Do you have any instructions on making the Minnie and Mickey outfits on the babies. I make the babies but have never done the Mickey/Minnie outfits.


Beware--- Disney is not fun to play with when it comes to copyright issues. I just went to a convention on this in Cincinnati----it cost one bakery $60,000. just to get out of the lawsuit!!!!