The Partiologist: Disney Themed Halloween Cookies!

Disney Themed Halloween Cookies!

You are in for a treat, no tricks just treats.  My plan was to make a dozen Disney themed Halloween cookies for my sister, but then I started baking and decorating, baking and decorating.  Before I knew it, I had twenty three Disney themed Halloween cookies.  Yes, I counted only twenty three and you know what happened next, right?  I had to bake one more because I couldn't possibly box up twenty three cookies.
Some are simple and some are a little more complex, but I promise there is something for every Disney lover out there.  It's going to be hard to send these out the door for the Disney themed Halloween party, but because I know they're going to a good home, I'll be okay.

Disney Themed Halloween Cookies!

So what do you think?  Are you happy I kept baking and decorating?

I started out using the Halloween designs from my previous Oreo Cookies, Sugar Cookies and even Caramel Apples and Pears.

I've divided them up into two groups, so you can take a closer look.  Here's the first set.

Are you loving them?

How about a look at each one individually.


First up is Masked Mickey.

Mummy Minnie.

Candy Corn Minnie.

Haunted Mickey.

Monster Mickey.

Cauldron Mickey.

Magic Mickey.

Pumpkin Mickey.


Trick or Treat Minnie.

Web Mickey.

Franken Mickey.

Pirate Mickey.

And something to pin.

Let's move on to the second set.

And the individual close up of each.
Starry Night Mickey.

Polka Dot Minnie.

Octoberfest Mickey.

Count Dracula Mickey.

Kitty Minnie.

Blood Drip Minnie.

Candy Corn Minnie.

Ghostly Minnie.

Spider Mickey.

Ghost Candy Corn Mummy Mickey.

Swirls Mickey.

Bat Mickey.

So did you pick a favorite?

I did not make a tutorial on the cookies, because by the time I would have finished it would be Christmas.

I've included links to some of the products I used, if you have any questions, please ask!

Cookie and frosting recipes HERE.

Be sure to check out my Disney Themed Christmas Cookies HERE.



And the Disney Themed Star Wars Cookies HERE.



AND the Disney Themed Sport Ball Cookies.



Now, it's back to Halloween!

I'm up to my old Tricks...stay tuned for more Disney themed Halloween Treats!

Too cute to spook? 


28 comments :

  1. oh. my. goodness. the epitome of disney halloween cookie perfection. :>O

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    1. Well, I sure had a good time making them, thanks for stopping by! :)

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  2. So fun Kim! I've always wanted to do a set of Halloween Mickey cookies and yours are the best!!! LOVE them!

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    1. Thank you so much Christine, you are the best! :)

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  3. Omg do you know how much time I'm going to spend looking at these? If you did nothing but Mickey cookies I would never get tired of it! Fantastic job!!!

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    1. Thank you Amy, I was hoping it wasn't too many Disney cookies at once! :)

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  4. Hi Kim - did you use the "Disney Parks Exclusive" cutter? It's bigger than the one that comes with the Wilton pair, correct?
    Thanks!
    Denise

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    1. The one I used I have had for many years and it is bigger than the one in the Wilton set, it's about 3.5 inches. A little smaller than the Disney exclusive. Just about the size of the medium cutter in the home value Mickey set I have listed above.

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  5. Now that I've had time to study them - a couple of questions- the Dracula teeth look like ice cream cones? Do you have a cutter for those? Also, the mask - did you cut that by hand? Thanks for indulging me! Love them!

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    1. The Dracula teeth are made with fondant using a micro mini tear drop cutter, listed above. And the mask is a stencil I made myself. Anytime I'm happy to help! :)

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  6. How did you make the pumpkin mickey ones!?

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    1. I made the pumpkin with a jack o lantern stencil I made. Also used a #16 star tip across the top with leaves and stem from fondant. Hope this helps! :)

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  7. They are so cute! I have the old Mickey cutter as well. Would you share your recipe for the icing? I have tried so many and haven't found one that I'm real happy with.

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    1. I find with any royal icing recipe, and I have tried several, finding the perfect consistency is key. I have practiced over and over again, adding small amounts of water until I found and recognized what did and did not run off the edges. Don't get discouraged, just keep practicing and soon you'll get it! :)

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  8. what is the recipe for the cookies?

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    1. Here's a link to another post with a few recipes.
      http://www.thepartiologist.com/2015/11/buttercream-thanksgiving.html

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  9. This is so funny! I have two dozen Mickey cookies in the freezer for this exact purpose. I keep sketching and coming up with more ideas and thinking, "I'm going to have to bake more cookies!" Fantastic job, love them!

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    1. I know, it's the never ending theme! :) Have fun with your set!

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  10. Where is the recipe for the cookies and icing you used I scrolled up and down the page several times and can't find it?

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    1. I've added a link below the last individual cookie (yellow with bats).

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  11. Once again you have knocked this one out of the Disney World Theme Park. You are so creative and talented!!! I have seen a lot of cookies out in the cookie blog world and you my dear are the best!! from, twobeautifulgirls

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    1. Well, you are just too sweet, thank you so very much!

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  12. Hi Kim, are the bows candy or cookie? I love your creativity! I'm going to try to make some for my new daughter-in-law since she absolutely loves Disney and especially Minnie Mouse. Thank you for sharing :) ~Koni

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    1. Thank you so much, the bows are made out of fondant. I bought the mold years ago and it's no longer available. 🙁 I'll have to keep looking!

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