Give Your Classic Milk and Cookies a Minnie Upgrade

Image source: Elise Apffel | Disney Family

Here’s a Minnie twist on a classic combo! Pipe a frosting bow onto a Mickey-shaped chocolate chip cookie, poke a hole in the middle with a straw, and place on top of a milk glass for an all-in-one treat!

For more Disney magic, try this Sorcerer Mickey Brownie Bowl:

Minnie Milk and Cookies


  • Chocolate chip cookie dough
  • Mickey cookie cutter
  • Paper straws
  • Red food coloring
  • White frosting
  • Zip-top bag
  • Scissors

Helpful Tip

All cutting should be done by an adult. Also, use the leftover cookies as a dessert topping! Chop them up with a spatula and add to cake, ice cream, or cupcakes.


  1. Make your favorite chocolate chip cookie dough recipe, or use premade dough.

  2. Roll out the dough onto a cookie tray, then bake.

  3. Take the tray out of the oven and let it cool only for 1-2 minutes. While it’s still warm, use a cookie cutter to carefully cut out 6 Mickey shapes.

    Image source: Disney Family | Elise Apffel

  4. Place them on a plate, then use a straw to punch out little holes in the middle of each.

  5. Place the cookies in the freezer for a few minutes.

  6. While they chill, mix red food coloring into white frosting to give it a pink color. Place the frosting in a zip-top bag.

  7. Cut out a tiny corner of the bag and use as a piping bag! Pipe out a little bow on each cookie. Let dry.

    Image source: Disney Family | Elise Apffel

  8. Add straws to the cookies and serve on top of a milk bottle or narrow glass.

    Image source: Disney Family | Elise Apffel

Posted 3 years Ago
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