Mickey Stoplight Brownies

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We have another fun Disney-inspired idea to share as part of our on going sponsored partnership with Disney Junior. The kids will love these fun Mickey Stoplight Brownies while tuning into Disney Junior this summer for some FRiYAY fun! It should come as NO surprise that we love Disney Junior! Last month, we talked about Elena of Avalor and our fun flying jaquin churro popcorn. So today, we’re excited to share a fun treat to go along with Mickey and the Roadster Racers (the all-new show debuted in January 2017)! We obviously LOVE Mickey around here. Add some race cars into the mix like there are in Mickey and the Roadster Racers and the show is a total hit! As you can see, the toys from the show are a big hit too. We have a plain black table that chalk works perfectly on. So, the boys enjoy playing with the themed cars on that while they watch the show. But, for a special fun summer treat, I decided to make some Mickey stoplight brownies! Aren’t they fun?! They’re super easy to make too! Just whip up your favorite brownie recipe, then add a few Mickey stoplight embellishments. You’ll need red, green, and yellow chocolate candies, chocolate sandwich cookies (regular size and mini), and frosting (or candy coating). You can add the lollipop sticks for a fun option if you want. But, it’s not necessary.

You’ll start by slicing your brownies into long rectangles. Then, you’ll make your Mickey heads with your chocolate sandwich cookies. Open the mini cookies (take off the inside cream) and place each half in the middle of the regular-sized cookies as ears. You can use a little chocolate frosting or melted candy coating to help attach the ears if need be. Using the frosting, attach the Mickey head about 1/3 of the way down the brownie so it has some support. Then, use some chocolate frosting or melted candy coating to attach the red, yellow, and green candies for the stop light colors. Place a lollipop stick into the brownie if desired. Then, place in fridge or freezer to allow everything to set before serving. That’s it! Easy, fun, and delicious! I’m sure it comes as NO surprise that the boys were super excited about these fun Mickey treats! I love doing special things like this for them every now and again! It’s perfect for some extra special summer fun! New Disney Junior episodes premiere each “FRiYAY” morning this summer on the Disney Channel between 6am and 10am. Be sure to tune into the next new episode of Mickey and the Roadster Racers on July 28th with “Mouse vs. Machine”. When Professor Von Drake invents the Self-Racing Racer, a roadster that can zoom anywhere without a driver behind the wheel, Mickey challenges the smart car to a race.  But when the driverless car goes out of control, Mickey has to find a way to hop into the Professor’s new car and control it manually before it can cause trouble in Hot Dog Hills! Sounds like a fun one! I’m sure the kids are going to love it! So, get out your Mickey toys or whip up some tasty stoplight brownies and tune into Disney Junior for your own special summer fun!

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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Disney JuniorAs always, all opinions, experiences, and love of Disney are entirely my own. 

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I’m Sara, a mom to three adorable boys living in the Arizona desert. As a former teacher, I love sharing my passions with others. So, have a look around for creative inspiration about cooking, creating, celebrating, traveling with kids, and more everyday mom endeavors!


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