Simple Minnie Mouse Bow Cookies

Here’s another great idea for those of you looking to make Minnie Mouse cookies minus the stress of her actual face.  They’re super simple and you probably already have the perfect cutter.

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Almost any butterfly cutter makes a convincing Minnie bow, the key is to sketch your design before beginning the decorating process.  I grabbed six random cutters from my butterfly bin and was able to make each of them work.

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To make these cookies you will need:

  • Soft pink piping and flood icing
  • White flood icing

Begin by outlining the cookie suing a #2 tip.  One of the most important elements of a convincing Minnie Mouse bow is remembering to include the middle knot.  If you outline the cookie exactly it’s going to look like a butterfly.  This one little detail completely transforms the design.

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When the cookies are outlined fill with pink flood icing {don’t overfill or the icing will run over the side} then quickly add dots to the wet pink icing.

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Let the cookies dry completely {overnight is good} then pipe the details from your sketch.

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If you’re up to the challenge, add a Minnie Mouse cookie or two.  I found this one on Ebay.  I haven’t seen many of them online lately but you can always handcut using a paper template or add a mini-bow to a regular Mickey cookie.

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Since I know some of you will ask, I don’t have a Minnie Mouse face tutorial.  Sorry about that.  In the meantime here are a few posts that might interest you:

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  1. 21

    I truly appreciate this article post.Really thank you! Really Cool.

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    Elena says:

    HI, I’m wanting to know where you are based? i was wanting to make an order for One minnie make cookie. I’m making a fondant minnie mouse cake and i’m finding it hard to create the face. So i thought if i could find a minnie mouse cookie face already made it would make life sooo much easier. Please reply asap. Thank you.

  3. 23
    Dawn Francis says:

    How big is Minnie? It’s so cute, I just can’t judge if she’s the same size as the cutter I have at home! Thanks! :)

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    Rebecca says:

    Hi there

    these cookies are beautiful, can you tell me where you got the butterfly cutter you use in I really would like to purchase it but have no idea where to start look.

    many thanks for your help in advance.

    Kind regards
    Rebecca

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    Sara says:

    What kinda frosting did you use? And what did you use for the dots?? Looks perfect.

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    Michael says:

    This post made me cry. I have (had) a beautiful dog named Minnie Mouse. My world revolved around her. This past Saturday (January 4) I had to have my angel put to sleep. I’m going to make these for the emergency vet I took her to because they were amazing. Thank you for this post <3

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    Kate Mitchell says:

    Hi,
    these cookies are fantastic, just wondering how you get the white dots on the bow so perfectly round?

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