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Mickey Mouse Oreo Pops are a fun way to bring some Disneyland magic to kids and adults who love all things Disney!

I grew up living a few miles from Disneyland. My grandparents bought us annual passes so we could visit the happiest places on earth as often as we wanted. Amazing! When I found out that I lived an hour away with my own kids, I saved up to buy annual passes for us. Every time I’m stressed or in a bad mood, I run to Disneyland. It was a magical time in my life.

I always bring my own food to Disney World. Every once in a while I buy something, but it’s always so outrageously priced I just can’t afford it. I’ve come up with some great ways to satisfy kids’ cravings for Disney magic. I make soft pretzels in the shape of Mickey, crispy rice crackers in the shape of Mickey, and my favorite is Oreo pop in the shape of Mickey.

These treats are great for birthday parties, gifts, school treats, or just a fun afternoon project with the kids. If your kids love Mickey Mouse, this is an easy way to get them excited. Or maybe you’re a grown-up Mickey Mouse lover. No judgment here. I love the Magic Mouse as much as any kid.

Did I mention these are very tasty? I didn’t know you could make Oreos better, but apparently you can. Make sure to use Double Stuff for this recipe. Regular Oreos can’t handle this recipe.

This recipe calls for lollipop sticks. You can find them in the cake decorating section of stores like Walmart, or craft stores like Michael’s and Hobby Lobby always have them. They’re actually in the candy making section, but it’s always right next to the cake decorating section, which is much bigger so it’s easier to find if you’re just looking for cake stuff.

When it comes to dipping in chocolate, you can always melt chocolate chips in the microwave, but you can also use melted candy and it’s usually a little better. I prefer to use Ghiradelli melt. This is good chocolate man!

Rachel holding a Mickey Mouse Oreo soda with Mickey and Minnie Mouse hats and Oreos in the background

1. Arrange Oreos in the shape of Mickey Mouse on a waxed or parchment-lined tray (use 2 mini Oreos and 1 double Oreo to form the shape). Carefully push the stick through the double layer of filling.

2. Melt the chocolate in the microwave.

3. Drizzle some melted chocolate over the junction between the “ears” and “head”. Place it in the freezer for 10 minutes until the connection is firm.

4. Remove sticks one at a time and spoon drizzle chocolate over entire stick. A spoon or squeegee is perfect so you can spread it all over the edges. Don’t try dipping it directly in chocolate, or you could lose an ear.

5. Place the chocolate-covered Oreo pop in the refrigerator to set. If you do take them into Disneyland like I did, wrap each soda individually in plastic wrap and screw tight. Put them in a cooler with a frozen water bottle, or they’ll melt.

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Rachel holding a Mickey Mouse Oreo soda with Mickey and Minnie Mouse hats and Oreos in the background

Mickey Mouse Oreo Pops are a fun way to bring some Disneyland magic to kids and adults who love all things Disney!

Preparation time 15 minute

total time 15 minute

raw material

  • 8 Double Oreo
  • 16 mini oreos
  • 10 ounce melted chocolate

instruct

  • Arrange Oreos in the shape of Mickey Mouse on a wax paper-lined tray (use 2 mini Oreos and 1 double Oreo to form the shape). Carefully push the stick through the double layer of filling.

  • Melt chocolate in microwave.

  • Drizzle some melted chocolate over the junction between the “ears” and “head”. Place it in the freezer for 10 minutes until the connection is firm.

  • Remove the sticks one at a time, then spoon the entire stick to drizzle the chocolate. A spoon or squeegee is perfect so you can spread it all over the edges. Don’t try dipping it directly in chocolate, or you could lose an ear.

  • Place the chocolate-covered Oreo soda in the refrigerator to set.

notes

You’ll also need 8 lollipop sticks to make this recipe, which can be found at big box stores like Walmart or most craft stores in the bake section.
If you do take them into Disneyland like I did, wrap each soda individually in plastic wrap and screw tight. Put them in a cooler filled with a frozen water bottle, or they’ll melt.

Calories: 348kcal | carbohydrate: 46G | protein: 3G | fat: 19G | Saturated fat: 9G | sodium: 171mg | Potassium: 180mg | fiber: 2G | sugar: 33G | calcium: 16mg | iron: 4.1mg