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Minnie Mouse Cookie Cutters
Where Can I Get A Minnie Mouse Cookie Cutter
Hi everyone! Yesterday I was talking to a coworker about Disneyland and how her family was visiting there. We've also been overindulging in cookies that people bring into work. Somehow the two topics combined in my head and I started looking up Disney cookie cutters! One of the fun ones I found was a Mickey Mouse or Minnie Mouse cookie cutters.
There are a bunch of fun options for these. Some of them are bright red and white while others are typical metal cookie cutters. They ones I found for sale most often were basically in the shape of the famous mouse head with the two big ears. Others actually pressed some detail into the surface of a cookie for even more fun.
Depending on what style you prefer you can do something like a sugar cookie or even a gingerbread cookie and decorate it to look like Minnie Mouse or Mickey Mouse! So you are at the right place if you wonder where to buy minnie mouse cookie cutter online!
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Sugar Cookie Recipes For Minnie Mouse Cookie Cutters
I have been looking around and have compiled a list of some of the most popular sugar cookies online. I do plan on coming back to update this list as I find more good recipes.
As you'll see these largely come from allrecipes.com - my favourite recipe site!
1 - The Best Rolled Sugar Cookies
2 - Easy Sugar Cookies
3 - Alton Brown's Sugar Cookies
4 - Martha Stewart's Basic Sugar Cookies
Mickey Or Minnie Mouse Cookie Cutters?
What ones are better?
Vote for the best Minnie Mouse cookie cutter
Disney Mickey Mouse Clubhouse themed cookie cutters. Make everyday cookies and treats extra special when cut into these fun shapes. These cutters are built to last, cut cleanly and release with ease. Coated metal. Each approximately 3 inches. Set contains Mickey Face and Mickey Ears.
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If so, did they turn out well? What kind of cookies did you make with them?