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Mickey Snowman Cookies Bring Disney Home

Mickey Snowman Cookies

This Christmas we made our very first Mickey Snowman Cookie and it was incredibly fun. This is the perfect cookie to leave out for Santa on Christmas Eve or enjoy during a winter snowstorm.

As a Disney loving family, the Mickey Snowman Cookie is an amazing way to extend the magic of Disney by bringing the sparkle and memories to our own home.

Two circle cookie cutters make Mickey cookies

The Mickey Snowman Cookie was created from the recipe on Disney Family, which featured traditional candy pieces for the decorations on a sugar cookie. We did add a few things of our own with edible snowflakes for decorations and some edible glitter to help the snowman sparkle.

The boys each made their own Mickey Snowman Cookie and had a wonderful time decorating it too.

Mickey Mouse sugar snowman cookie decorated by a child reminds me of Disneyland

Using 2″ and 3″ cookie cutters resulted in a gigantic snowman, but that just means even more fun for the children. I did use store bought cookie dough as a time saver and even chilled the cookie dough but it did not make much of a difference in the final result. Next time I would try a smaller cookie cutter size to make smaller cookies.

Disney Snowman Cookie with Mickey hat decorated by a boy

Making cookies together as a family is a wonderful way to bond and enjoy the season, even if the children think the flour looks like snow. We do live in Arizona and the boys love snow, so they loved their first experience working with flour as we made the cookies.

Watch the video below to see how we made our Mickey Snowman Cookie.

This is a sponsored video by MomTV showcasing my choice of recipe from Disney Family. All opinions, video, and photographs are my own.

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Wendy Wright

Head Geek at Plugged In Family often found at Comicon, Disneyland, or online increasing her gamer score on Xbox. As a member of the 501st Legion, Wendy spreads her love of Star Wars across the Galaxy in her handmade Jawa costume volunteering for charities with her husband and two sons.

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