Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Cake
|This cake took half as long to make as the Mickey Mouse Heads, but I'm way happier with it.|
GG's 7 Minute Frosting (Marshmallow type frosting)
3/4 C Sugar
1/4 tsp Salt
1/4 tsp Cream of Tartar
2 tsp Water
1/3 Cup Karo Syrup
1 tsp vanilla
Combine and beat with a mixer over a double broiler for 7 minutes. Remove from heat and use Immediately. Enough frosting to cover one bake. Very good with chocolate cake!
Mickey Mouse "Smash Cake"
Mickey Mouse Smash Cake, #2
The Mickey Mouse head cakes were one recipe of chocolate cake mix baked in 1 nine inch round and 2 six inch round cake pans. The six inch pans were the heads and I cut 4 circles (I used a sippy cup top for a pattern) with a crescent type shape cut out of each circle for the ears. I drew a face on a piece of paper, layed this over the crumb coated cake and traced the face on, then frosted.
Mickey Mouse Cookie Pops
|These were fun and easy to make!|
These were simple. Use Oreos, mini Oreos and sticks. Take the covers off both the big and little oreos, using knife to scrape if necessary all the center of the Oreo onto one side. Melt chocolate (I used chocolate Almond Bark) over a double broiler over low heat (you don't want to lose the temper of the chocolate). Dip the sticks in the chocolate, push into the cream center of the oreo. Dip a corner of two mini oreos and place on big Oreo for ears. Place a dab of chocolate on the cream center for "glue" and put the cover back on. Place in fridge (after you have a batch done) for five minutes then cover the whole thing chocolate. Simple and really good!
There are a lot of great tips I've found from Wilton.