Simple homemade Mickey Mouse in the form of ice baths bathed in your hand with your choice of ice covered with homemade magic shell. A nice way to bring "Disney Magic" home! This publication may contain affiliate links. If you click on these links, you will receive a small percentage that allows you to manage my blog for free. See my disclosure policy for more information.
If you're somewhere in Disney, you'll undoubtedly have the iconic Mickey Ice Cream Bar, it's definitely one of my family's favorite Disney sandwiches and we get every time we go. Sometimes it's nice to take 'Disney Magic' with you between journeys. There is no better way to cool off a hot day than with a Mickey Ice Cream Bar by hand!
The last time I was at Walt Disney World, I bought this amazing micro cam cookie tip tip that I used to make these Mickey ice cream bars. I also used this cookie maker to make sugar cookies in the form of Mickey, as well as homemade Mickey Fritters.
It is also great to cut the sweet peanut butter and jam sandwiches from Mickey Mouse for my children! These ice creams are not difficult to make. I made it with ice cream that I bought in the store, so the "hard" part is already made for you!
When choosing your ice cream make sure that it is the type that is sold in a rectangular box. It is much easier to cut and shape. Remove the carton from the ice. Let's stand with the block of ice, cut into three pieces and put each third on a baking sheet with parchment.
Use your cookie knife to cut the Mickey shape into every slice of ice. You can get two Mickey bars from each serving for a total of 6 Mickey Mouse ice cream bars. While you are holding the ice in the cookie maker, transfer the ice rack to another baking paper lined with parchment paper.
That is the difficult part. Shake the cookie maker at an angle so that only the bottom of the ice sticks out of the cookie maker. Hold the upper part inside so that when you press the popsicle the bar keeps the Mickey Mouse shape.
After you have placed the stick, you can remove the entire cookie maker. Repeat the process with the remaining bars. Freeze the Mickey bars for 2-3 hours until the paddle is firm and does not move when you touch it. Now it's time to prepare the chocolate for the dip.
Put all pieces of chocolate and 4 tablespoons of coconut oil in a microwave safe container. Microwave the mixture at 50 percent power for 30 seconds. Remove the bowl from the microwave and stir. Repeat these steps until the chocolate has completely melted. I should be thin. If the mixture is too thick, add more coconut oil.
Place the chocolate in a large container that is wide enough to fit into Mickey's bar. I used an IKEA plastic container. Hold the Mickey Bar upside down and immerse it in the chocolate. Remove it and allow the extra chocolate to drip into the container.
Because of the high fat content in coconut oil, the chocolate has to harden quickly on contact with cold ice. Place the dipped bars back on the baking tray and store them until they are ready to serve. If you want to try Mickey's delicious ice cream parlors at Disneyland, Get Away Today's people can help you plan a fantastic holiday!
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Follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest for more tips and incredible Disney recipes. Remove the carton from the ice. Lift the cookie maker onto another parchment paper covered with parchment paper. Gently shake the cookie maker at an angle so that the bottom of the ice comes out, but the top is inside.