‘Celebrating Mickey’ Movie Night – A collaboration with Just a Sunshine State of Mind

In honor of the true originals, Mickey and Minnie are celebrating in Disney World and Disneyland with a new parade, dance parties, and the cutest sweet treats and merchandise! They have entertained and brought joy into peoples lives for 90 years! I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the compilation of Mickey shorts celebrating some of their special moments! I was so excited to finally have a copy of Steamboat Willie!

I’ve been obsessed following my friend Susan from Just a Sunshine State of Mind, try all the new sweets and snacks in the Walt Disney parks! She always finds the tastiest treats and can’t wait try some for myself. Susan so kindly agreed to help me create some treats to celebrate with the dynamic duo at home. So get ready to move it and shake it to the grocery store to make 3 delicious and fun Mickey shaped treats!

Mickey’s Chocolate Cake Pop


Who doesn’t love a Mickey shaped treats, especially with their cake pops dipped in velvety dark chocolate. My kids love the cake pops from Starbucks so these were a huge hit! They freeze well too, so tuck some away for a rainy day.

The Mickey Bar Cake Pop


1 boxed cake mix and ingredients to make it (I used Funfetti Cake mix)

1 tub of icing

2 bags of dark chocolate melting wafers, I prefer Ghiradelli

Popsicle sticks


Follow the directions to bake the cake and allow to cool. Crumble using hands, or food processor, into a large mixing bowl. Spoon in icing and mix until well combined. Spread cake mixture evenly on a small jelly roll about 1″ thick. Put it in the freezer to chill.

After an hour or two, use a small Mickey cookie cutter to cut out several Mickeys. Insert a popsicle stick thru the middle to create a cake pop and set aside. Melt dark chocolate wafers according to package instructions.  Carefully dip cake pops into the chocolate and set them on the wax paper to dry.

The cold cake pops will cool the chocolate quickly, you may have to reheat the chocolate once or twice to keep a smooth velvety texture.

recipe from: Amagicalkingdomcalledhome.com

Now, do your happy dance, because you just completed the hardest of the three treats! That wasn’t too bad was it?

Mickey’s Celebration Rice Krispies Treats

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The best part of Disney is that it can be enjoyed by all ages, just like this recipe! I have vivid memories making Rice Krispies treats with my grandma when I was younger. It was so much fun spending time with her, helping her stir and letting me dump jars of sprinkles on top. We both loved sitting at the table talking about school and everything in between. She would have loved this recipe and hope you do too!

Mickey's Celebration Rice Krispies Treats


Rice Krispies


Vanilla extract


White Chocolate melting wafers, I prefer ghiradelli

Rainbow sprinkles aka food glitter


Using my Magical Marshmallow Treat recipe and a large Mickey cookie cutter, cut the Mickey shaped treats and set aside.

Melt the white chocolate according to package instructions in a small bowl. Dip the popsicle stick in the white chocolate and then insert into the marshmallow treat to secure it better. Then spoon white chocolate on top of the treat and sprinkle with sprinkles.

recipe from: Amagicalkingdomcalledhome.com

Celebration Mickey Ice Cream Bars

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The last, but not least, the Celebreation Mickey Ice Cream Bars. If you are having a hard time finding the Mickey Ice Cream Bars in the grocery store, we came up with a great alterative for you! Inspired by the Mickey and Minnie Ice Cream bars at Clarabelle’s in Disneyland, we decided to switch it up a bit to complete our delicious trifecta of celebratory treats.

Celebration Mickey Ice Cream Bars


6-8 Ice Cream bars

Dark Chocolate melting wafers, leave 16 wafers unmelted; I prefer Ghiradelli

White Chocolate melting wafers

Rainbow Sprinkles


You’ll have to work quickly for the ice cream not to melt.

Melt your dark and white chocolates according to package instructions. Place a piece of wax paper on small cookie sheet. Place unmelted dark chocolate wafer about two inches apart for ear placement, you can you ice cream bar to judge size.

Once you have them in place, pour spoonfuls of melted chocolate on top of wafers. Working quickly, add ice cream bars on top to melt together to create Mickey ears.

Spoon thin layer of melted white chocolate on the bottom half of ice cream bar. Sprinkle top area with Rainbow sprinkles.

Return to freezer to set chocolate and prevent melting until ready to serve.

recipe from: Amagicalkingdomcalledhome.com

Now, that you have your snacks ready for you movie night, get your ears on (or birthday hats, blow up some balloons, and toot the noisemakers! Party like your at the ‘Move it, Shake It’ parade at Disney World. I hope you enjoy the treats and the movie as much as we did! 

These treats were so much fun to create with Susan! She is one of the sweetest gals around and so encouraging thru the whole process. Hope you check out her blog,  at justasunshinestateofmind.com and follow her snack adventures at Disney World thru her Instagram account.

Our ‘Oh Look More Food’ shirts are from Lost Bros Trading Co. The shirts were created to say Yes to more food, and no to cyberbullying. They donate 10% of all proceeds from the sales of these tees to Cybersmile, an anti-cyberbullying non-profit. Susan was so kind to send me a matching necklace from Kenzies Boutique with an amazing Mickey Bar jewel from Peanut Butter n Jewels Boutique .

Thanks for following along another magical Disney movie night! Which treat are you excited to try? My favorite was the Celebration Rice Krispie Treats. Let me know below in the comments or tag me and Susan on your Mickey shaped treats on Instagram or Facebook. 

Till next time, 


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Hi, I'm Esther. I'm the author of the blog 'A Magical Kingdom called Home'. I'm a LEO wife and stay-at-home mom of 2. I want to share my love for family, food, and Disney thru weekly movie night fun!

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