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Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Halloween Cookies Recipe

Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Halloween Cookies Recipe

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Channel all the fun of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party into making these Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Halloween Cookies recipe.  They are so much fun to make with the kids and bring out the Disney magic even when you’re not at Disney World!

Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Halloween Cookies Recipe

The most delicious sugar cookies ever!

I love how simple this Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Halloween Cookies recipe is to make.  My friend made them and I was blown away at how easy they are!  If you follow along regularly then you know what a HUGE Disney nerd I am….I’m in love with all things Mickey Mouse and Disney….I mean, it is the most magical place on Earth!

Anyway, a couple of years ago Hubs, Little Man, and I did the full on Disney vacation (this was before Miss Jellybean was even a glimmer in our eyes).  We went in late September (check out this article on When the Best Time to Visit Disney World Is) and had the most magical time.  I must admit I was completely fascinated with the pumpkins….I wanted pictures of all of them….if I could have brought the Mickey shaped pumpkins back on the plane home I would have!

But, you’re here for the awesome Halloween cookies recipe….not to hear about my love of Mickey Mouse! 🙂  Seriously though, if you’ve never visited Disney World during Halloween…you’ve got to go!  You can read all about our visit to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party…it was the perfect Halloween experience for Little Man!

Cookie Cutter: 

Pumpkin Patch Mickey Mouse

Update:  Some readers have reported that they are unable to find the Pumpkin Patch Mickey Mouse Cookie Cutter.  As an alternative, you can use this Mickey Mouse Cookie Cutter and just leave the cutouts intact.

Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Halloween Cookies

Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Halloween Cookies

Ingredients

  • Cookie Ingredients:
  • 2 1/2 C flour
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1 tsp cream of tarter
  • 1 1/2 C powder sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 C unsalted sweet cream butter, room temp
  • Icing Ingredients:
  • 2 egg whites
  • 1 C powder sugar
  • 1/2 tsp cream of tartar
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • Brown, green, and orange gel food coloring

Instructions

  1. Cookie Directions:
  2. -With an electric mixer cream butter, sugar, vanilla, and egg until well combined.
  3. -Add all of the dry ingredients in another bowl mixing as you add.
  4. -Slowly add the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients. Mix until well combined.
  5. -Shape the dough into a ball (if the dough is still sticky add a half cup of flour and remix until a firm ball of dough can form).
  6. -Put this dough into a zip lock bag or into a bowl covered with cling wrap.
  7. -Place in the refrigerator for 2 hours so that the dough can slightly rise.
  8. Icing Directions:
  9. -Separate the egg yolk from the white, placing the whites of the eggs into a mixing bowl. Put the egg yolks into a storage container for use later.
  10. -Add in the sugar, cream of tarter and vanilla with the egg whites beating for 6 minutes of medium speed.
  11. -If the icing has a yellow color or resembles soup gradually add in about one more cup of powder sugar.
  12. -Take out 4 TBSP of icing into one bowl adding several drops of brown gel food coloring. Mixing well.
  13. -Remove another 6 TBSP of icing into another bowl adding several drops of green gel food coloring, mix well.
  14. -Put the rest of the icing into a third bowl adding in several drops of orange gel food coloring. Stir to mix the color throughout the white icing.
  15. -Scoop about a third of the orange icing into a piping bag with a #2 tip to outline the cookie.
  16. -With the remaining orange icing add 1-3 TBSP of water (start with 1 TBSP first as you want it to be thick and runny, not like soup) If the icing does appear to be "soup" like then add 1/4 cup
  17. of powder sugar to thicken it.
  18. -Spoon some of the thinner icing onto the cookie, spread this icing on the cookie, except for the pumpkin stem) using a knife.
  19. -Allow this to dry for about 30 seconds.
  20. -Using the cookie in the picture as an example add the detail work on the pumpkins with the piping bag of orange icing. Allow the detail to dry for about a minute.
  21. -Scoop the brown icing into a piping bag with a #2 tip.
  22. -Scoop the green icing into a piping bag with a #2 tip.
  23. -Add the brown icing for the stem and the green icing for the vines on the top of the pumpkin. (Refer to the picture of the cookies for an example)
  24. -Allow the icing on the cookie to dry for 5-10 hours.

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Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Patch in process 1
Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Patch in process 2
Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Patch in process 3


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Channel all the fun of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party into making these Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Halloween Cookies recipe.  They are so much fun to make with the kids and bring out the Disney magic even when you’re not at Disney World!Mickey pumpkin 6-1

Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Halloween Cookies Recipe

The most delicious sugar cookies ever!

I love how simple this Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Halloween Cookies recipe is to make.  My friend made them and I was blown away at how easy they are!  If you follow along regularly then you know what a HUGE Disney nerd I am….I’m in love with all things Mickey Mouse and Disney….I mean, it is the most magical place on Earth!

Anyway, a couple of years ago Hubs, Little Man, and I did the full on Disney vacation (this was before Miss Jellybean was even a glimmer in our eyes).  We went in late September (check out this article on When the Best Time to Visit Disney World Is) and had the most magical time.  I must admit I was completely fascinated with the pumpkins….I wanted pictures of all of them….if I could have brought the Mickey shaped pumpkins back on the plane home I would have!

 

Here’s a clue to the awesomeness that’s coming up later today! You’ll definitely want to check out SerendipityandSpice.com to see what yumminess this photo inspired! #ontheblog #disney #disneyside #mickeymouse #yummy

A photo posted by Melissa @Serendipity and Spice (@melissallado) on Anyway, as you can see, my favorite picture from this trip is us in front of the castle with the pumpkins on either side….I just LOVE this picture!!

But, you’re here for the awesome Halloween cookies recipe….not to hear about my love of Mickey Mouse! 🙂  Seriously though, if you’ve never visited Disney World during Halloween…you’ve got to go!  You can read all about our visit to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party…it was the perfect Halloween experience for Little Man!

 

Cookie Cutter: 

Pumpkin Patch Mickey Mouse

Update:  Some readers have reported that they are unable to find the Pumpkin Patch Mickey Mouse Cookie Cutter.  As an alternative, you can use this Mickey Mouse Cookie Cutter and just leave the cutouts intact.

 

Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Patch in process 1

Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Patch in process 2

Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Patch in process 3

 

You May Also Like:

The Best No Carve Pumpkin Ideas

No Carve Pumpkin Decorating Ideas

Candy Corn Fall Popcorn Recipe

Candy Corn Popcorn Recipe

Mummy Meatballs Recipe – A Fun Halloween Snack for Kids

How to Make Boo-tiful Bat Halloween Cookies

Easy Semi-Homemade Spooky Ghost Halloween Cookies
MICKEY MOUSE PUMPKIN COOKIES RECIPE

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20 Disney Halloween Treats You Need To Make ~ Pint-Sized Cities

Thursday 15th of August 2019

[…] cookies are a FAVORITE at our house. I think we may try to make these Mickey Pumpkin Sugar Cookies from┬áSerendipity and Spice, or maybe these Mickey and Minnie Sugar Cookies from The Parent Spot, or these Mickey Mummy Cookies […]

Liz

Tuesday 10th of November 2015

These are awesome! Sugar cookies and Mickey Mouse? You can't beat that! Thanks for linking up with the Creative Exchange.

Melissa Llado

Thursday 12th of November 2015

I know...I'm a total Mickey addict! Thanks so much Liz!

Creatively Homespun

Saturday 7th of November 2015

This looks fab!!!! Way to bring it! :-) Thank you for linking up to Creative K Kids' Tasty Tuesdays Linky Party. I have pinned your recipe to our Tasty Tuesday's Pinterest Board

Joanita Theron

Saturday 7th of November 2015

These are just awesome :) When my daughter saw these she was thrilled! Thank you so much for sharing. Congratulations, you are being featured in this week's Snickerdoodle Mini Round Up! Have an awesome day! Joanita

Alli @ Tornadough Alli

Wednesday 4th of November 2015

These are seriously awesome! What a cute idea to celebrate Halloween with a little Disney twist. My kids would adore these. THank you for sharing with us at Throwback THursday we hope to see you again this week.

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