How To Make Mickey and Minnie Halloween Donuts!

Looking for a no-bake super cute sweet Halloween treat to make for your halloween festivities this year? Check out these easy to make Mickey and Minnie Halloween Donuts! All you need are some store bought donuts, sugar cookie mix, some sprinkles and melting chocolate to make them!

Hey All!

Halloween is my favorite time of year to buy and make Halloween treats. I usually buy a lot of our Halloween themed treats at Disneyland, but since that’s not an option for me right now, I’m bringing the Disney halloween treats home by making them myself this year. I’m staying safer at home and enjoying some fun Disney themed treats. Check out how to make these Mickey and Minnie Halloween Donuts! They are so fun and easy to make!

I don’t know about you, but I like to spend the least amount of time in the kitchen as possible. I love to bake and cook, but I don’t like to spend hours doing it. I like quick and easy recipes especially during the busy holidays. This is definitely a quick and easy recipe! I was inspired by this kitchen towel…

And these tasty treats I got last year at Disneyland for Halloween!

I figured, how cute would it be if these were donuts!

I know they have some donuts that look similar to this at the parks too, but I’ve never seen a Mickey Bat donut with cookie wings!


I could have made them as ice cream pops or Rice Krispy treats, but I figured donuts would be easier!

Here is how I made them!

First you get yourself come glazed donuts. I got mine from Krispy Kreme because they deliver and had pumpkin spice glazed donuts. I’m all about delivery and not going out these days. You can use any glazed donuts you can find! Next you’ll mix up some sugar cookie dough. I used some store bought sugar cookie mix. I cut out some bat wing cookies and baked them. It took like 15 minutes to do this. I put them in the fridge so they would cool down quickly. I used this Bat Wing Cookie Cutter to make them! I found it on etsy and told the shop owner to make two cutters mirrored, so you have both sides.

Next I melted the black, orange, and purple chocolate candy melts. You can melt these in your microwave or on a stove top. I drew up this Free Printable Witch Hat Template to use to draw out the Minnie witch hats and ears with the melted chocolate.

I drew out the ears with the black chocolate onto the circles on the template and let them harden in the fridge. I did the same for the witch hats with the purple and orange chocolate. Once the ears were hard, I made a slit on each side of the donut and placed a chocolate ear disc inside. I then dunked the whole donut in the black melted chocolate.

I then sprinkled on some of the haunted mansion themed sprinkles complete with tomb stones and then swirled some chocolate frosting on the ears.

I then placed a witch hat in the center by using some purple chocolate to essentially glue it in place. That’s all you have to do to make the witch.

The bat is pretty much done the same way, except you add the cookies and no witch hat.

I dunked each bat wing into the black chocolate. I then placed the already dunked and sprinkled Mickey donuts in the center of the two bat wings.

I added a little more chocolate to the back to secure the wings onto the donut and added the purple swirl to the ears.

I let him dry in the fridge and there you have yourself a Mickey bat donut!

I also made some Mickey spider web donuts.

To make these you make a T shape with your orange or purple chocolate. You then make an X shape going through the T and then begin to swirl the spider web around it.

Sorry I didn’t take more in process photos. I rushed to make these!

They aren’t perfect, but I love them! They would make a perfect treat to enjoy watching your favorite Disney Halloween movie!

You know I’ll be watching Hocus Pocus as I eat these, because who wouldn’t want a Minnie Witch Donut while you watch Hocus Pocus? I know I do!

I hope you love these as much as I do!

Remember if you make this and share it on social media, please tag me @BriteandBubbly everywhere! I love to see how your spooky donuts came out and share them!

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You can print out the recipe below:

How To Make Mickey and Minnie Halloween Donuts!
 
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Fun and Easy to make Mickey and Minnie Halloween Donuts!
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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Serves: 12
Ingredients
  • One Dozen Krispy Kreme Glazed and Pumpkin Spiced Glazed Donuts.
  • Black, Purple, and Orange Wilton Chocolate Candy Melts.
  • Haunted Mansion Themed Fancy Sprinkles.
  • Pipping Bag or Sandwich Bags.
  • Parchment or Wax Paper.
  • Any Sugar Cookie Mix or Recipe.
  • This Bat Wing Cookie Cutter.
  • This Free Printable Witch Hat Template.
Instructions
  1. First you get yourself come glazed donuts. I got mine from Krispy Kreme because they deliver and had pumpkin spice glazed donuts. I'm all about delivery and not going out these days. You can use any glazed donuts you can find! Next you'll mix up some sugar cookie dough. I used some store bought sugar cookie mix. I cut out some bat wing cookies and baked them. It took like 15 minutes to do this. I put them in the fridge so they would cool down quickly. I used this Bat Wing Cookie Cutter to make them! I found it on etsy and told the shop owner to make two cutters mirrored, so you have both sides.
  2. Next I melted the black, orange, and purple chocolate candy melts. You can melt these in your microwave or on a stove top. I drew up this Free Printable Witch Hat Template to use to draw out the Minnie witch hats and ears with the melted chocolate.
  3. I drew out the ears with the black chocolate onto the circles on the template and let them harden in the fridge. I did the same for the witch hats with the purple and orange chocolate. Once the ears were hard, I made a slit on each side of the donut and placed a chocolate ear disc inside. I then dunked the whole donut in the black melted chocolate.
  4. I then sprinkled on some of the haunted mansion themed sprinkles complete with tomb stones and then swirled some chocolate frosting on the ears.
  5. I then placed a witch hat in the center by using some purple chocolate to essentially glue it in place. That's all you have to do to make the witch.
  6. The bat is pretty much done the same way, except you add the cookies and no witch hat.
  7. I dunked each bat wing into the black chocolate. I then placed the already dunked and sprinkled Mickey donuts in the center of the two bat wings.
  8. I added a little more chocolate to the back to secure the wings onto the donut and added the purple swirl to the ears.
  9. I let him dry in the fridge and there you have yourself a Mickey bat donut!
  10. I also made some Mickey spider web donuts.To make these you make a T shape with your orange or purple chocolate. You then make an X shape going through the T and then begin to swirl the spider web around it.
  11. That's it! You're done!
 

 

 

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