Mickey Mouse is a funny animal cartoon character and the official mascot of The Walt Disney Company. Created and brought to life by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks at the Walt Disney Studios in 1928. Since creation, the mouse has been in hundreds of TV shows and Movies. To put it lightly, saying Mickey Mouse is a world wide icon is an understatement. I don’t believe you will find a single person to have never watched Mickey Mouse on tv at some point in time.
Since Mickey Mouse is so iconic and many hold him near and dear to their hearts, people all over the world have created their versions of Mickey Mouse activities, recipes, crafts, and games. We actually have one Mickey Mouse activity for you to enjoy as well. What recipes have you seen that are Mickey related? The crafts you can do are out of this world. So much fun and creative. Kids love them.
However, our Mickey Mouse Bark Recipe may be the best yet (maybe we are biased)! It is almost too cute to eat but it also tastes amazing.
We put together this Mickey Mouse Bark Recipe for you to enjoy. Give it a try and tell us in the comments your thoughts!
Mickey Mouse Bark Recipe
- 1 bag of dark chocolate melting wafers
- 1 bag of red candy melts
- 1 bag of yellow candy melts
- 1 bag of white candy melts
- 1 bag of mini Oreo's
- 1/2 C brown M&M's
- Wax paper
- 8 x8 cookie sheet
- 2 small pots
- Disposable piping bag
- Optional: Wooden Skewer
Using the small pots, pour 3 cups of cold water into one of the pots and place on the stove on high heat
Once the water starts to boil, place the second pot on top with the chocolate wafers in the pot.
While the chocolate is melting, tear off a sheet of wax paper and lay it on the cookie sheet.
Mix the chocolate with a spoon and once it is melted pour the chocolate on the cookie sheet.
Place in the freezer for 20 minutes.
While that is in the freezer, wash the pan and let dry.
Pull out the cookie sheet and set on the counter.
Take the same pot, dry any water spots, and pour in the white candy melts.
Stir the candy melts when they start to melt and continue stirring until fully melted.
Pour on top of the cooled chocolate and smooth out using a rubber spatula.
In the same pot, add the yellow candy melts and melt, once melted, pour in a bowl.
Repeat previous step with the red candy melts.
Pour the two colors into their own disposable piping bags.
Cut the tips of the bags.
Pipe thick lines across the white layer and once lines have been added, take a wooden skewer, or butter knife and pull through the candy melt to create a ‘winged’ design on the bark.
Add a mini Oreo for Mickey’s head and then two M&M for the ears.
Scatter some red and yellow M&M’s around the bark.
Put back into the fridge for another 20 minutes before pulling out and breaking into pieces.
Disney’s Mickey and the Roadster Racers: Start Your Engines Activity Sheets
We’ve got fun new activity sheets from Disney’s Mickey and the Roadster Racers: Start Your Engines, which is making its Disney DVD debut on August 15th, to share with you!
“Mickey and the Roadster Racers” – Are back with more fast-paced adventures on wheels! Join your favourite characters – and their high-speed transforming Roadsters – as they compete in thrilling races stretching from Hot Dog Hills to Hawaii…and all the way to London, England! You’ll meet the world’s greatest spy, zoom through the skies in a revved up hot-air balloon race, and even return the Queen’s stolen Royal Ruby! It’s all about great friends, a little competition, and gearing up for wild Fun! Bonus episodes are included.
To download in pdf, simply click on the photo above!