Hey, friends! One of the things I look forward to – and therefore miss most, about Walt Disney World is the food. Oh, the restaurants… The cafés! The snacks! I never knew food like that existed before I visited – creative, delicious and exciting to eat! When we come home we get the famous Disney Blues and so snacks like these, our Orange and Lemon Rice Krispie Mickey Treats, put a smile on the boys’ faces.
What’s brilliant about these Rice Krispie Mickey Treats is that you can make them in five minutes! I know because I timed myself today, haha. Here’s what you’ll need.
Ingredients of Summer Rice Krispie Mickey Treats
- Rice Krispie Squares Bars [usually £1 for 4 in ASDA]
- Dairy Milk Bars [Usually £1 for 4 in ASDA]
- Orange and Lemon Cake Decorations
- Paper Straws
- Mickey Mouse Cutter
How to Make Rice Krispie Mickey Treats
This is the super fast, easy method. You can make bigger ones by making your own Rice Krispie Mix like in our Classic Mickey Mouse Rice Krispie Treats.
Open the Rice Krispie Bars – line them up on your chopping board before you cut them because you’ll get sticky hands otherwise!
Cut Mickey Heads Out – Trim off any bits that look a bit jagged.
Cut Paper Straws in half and insert into Mickey heads – Do this carefully to avoid the Rice Krispie Treat falling apart.
Break up chocolate into microwaveable glass bowl – I used two bars from the pack of four for six little Mickey Treats.
Heat for one minute and stir until all lumps are gone – don’t overheat it, just keep stirring. If you heat it much more, it will end up grainy and horrible.
Dip Mickey Ears into chocolate and lie on tray lined with baking paper – wait until the chocolate has finished dripping before you transfer them over or you’ll have a [delicious] mess.
Add green sprinkles to the non-chocolate part of the Mickey Treats – make sure you press them onto the marshmallowy Rice Krispie part or they’ll just roll away when you pick them up.
Place Orange and Lemon on Chocolate Mickey Ears – I cut some of mine in half, you could even make a little bow for Minnie treats!
Leave chocolate to set – leave them in a cool place rather than the fridge. Mine took about an hour to be solid.