Mickey Mouse Oreo Cookies

I wanted to make as many mickey mouse themed treats as I could… well, I think I succeeded!

Thanks to Kathie Cooks I was able to follow her simple directions and make these delicious little treats.

What you will need:

- Double stuffed oreos

- Red chocolate melting chips (Wilton chips are great, plus they are found at most craft stores and you can use a coupon)

- Dark chocolate melting chips

- lollipop sticks

- wax paper or foam (I substituted wax paper for foam.. I stuck the lollipop sticks in the foam to dry)

Directions:
Melt red chocolate melting chips in microwave, until chocolate is melted and smooth. Dip the bottom half of each Double-Stuffed Oreo into the red chocolate. Gently slide a lollipop stick directly through the center of the Oreo cookie (through the white filling in the middle) and stop just before it comes out the other end. Lay on waxed paper for the red chocolate to dry.

Hint: If you are having troubles with the Oreos breaking, pop the Oreos in the microwave on defrost for 10 seconds before you dip them in red chocolate and insert the sticks so the centers will soften up and the stick will slide right in.

Rub a dark chocolate melting chip on the side of a hot kettle to slightly melt it, and gently insert between the biscuits. Repeat for the other ear. When the icing is dry, add two dots of white icing (I used a tube of white icing) for Mickey’s buttons. Store in an airtight container, and refrigerate if the weather is hot!

If you want to give them as party favors, pop each one into a cellophane bag, then tie a little ribbon at the bottom.

Photo Shoot with the cookies:


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