How to Make Mickey Mouse Cupcakes (Two Ways)

Every Mickey birthday party has to have a Mickey cake or cupcakes. I couldn’t just have a huge Mickey balloon pinata without any treats or Mickey Juice Boxes. I opted for cupcakes because I am definitely not a cake artist and let’s face it cupcakes are way easier to make.

To make these Mickey Mouse cupcakes I used one box of Pillsbury Funfetti Cake Mix and icing. I noticed while baking these cupcakes that not all of them could have a nice rounded top because there was not enough batter. Instead of going out and buying another box of cake mix (I’m lazy) I decided to make two different types of Mickey cupcakes. One that used a rounded top and one that used a flat top.

For the flat topped cupcakes, they were baked per the box instructions and then iced. One whole Oreo cookie was placed on top of the icing and two Chocolate Melting Wafers were stuck in the icing for Mickey’s ears. Thank you Lesser Homes and Gardens for the idea!

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Inspiration for the rounded topped cupcakes came from Erica’s Sweet Tooth. The rounded topped cupcakes were also iced but then were dipped into a fine powder of crushed Oreos. To crush the Oreos I removed all of their creme and double ziploc bagged the cookies. They were rolled over many times with a rolling pin until there was no lumps or anything. To not waste anything I added the creme from the Oreos to the cake mix batter. Tasted great! Again chocolate melting wafers were added for Mickey’s ears and I hole punched white paper to make Mickey’s buttons. For all of these cupcakes I suggest that you buy Red Foil Baking Cups otherwise Mickey’s “pants” won’t stay bright red. Made that mistake already.
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Do you have a Mickey Mouse lover at home? I still remember the original Mickey Mouse Club. Things sure have changed.

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Krystle Cook - the creator of Home Jobs by MOM - put her psychology degree on a shelf and dived into a pile of diapers and dishes instead. She is a wife and mother to two rambunctious boys, sweating it out in her Texas hometown. She loves cooking, DIY home projects, and family fun activities.

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  1. Chandra Eadie says

    this is such a cool idea, i wish i had seen this for my daughters 2nd bday :) this year she wants my little pony! lol any ideas?
    Twitter: xandier1

    • says

      Thanks! Rainbow cupcakes or cake would be cute. Like where the cake is rainbow not the icing.
      Twitter: homejobsbymom

  2. Sarah says

    This is SO much fun! My son LOVES Mickey Mouse! Thank you for this fabulous tip. I will have to save this idea and maybe make the cupcakes for his birthday!

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