Disney Beauty and the Beast Cookies – disguised as your favorite teacup, Chip!
Calling all Disney fans! As many of you know, it’s Beauty and the Beast month and we are celebrating with these adorable Chip the Teacup cookies!
I remember watching Beauty and the Beast as a young girl and being inspired by Belle. She was so strong, independent and stood up for what she believed in. I’m excited to take my girls to see the reinvented version in hopes to inspire them in the same way.
If you are thinking about hosting a Beauty and the Beast party, these Chip the Teacup cookies are exactly what you need!
Beauty and the Beast opens in theatres everywhere on March 17th! Who else will be watching it opening day? Oh, and I forgot to mention, there’s a sneak peek into the movie at the bottom of this recipe. Enjoy!
Here’s what you will need:
- Keebler Butter Cookies (or any brand will work)
- Plain Ice Cream Cones
- Wilton Candy Melts, Bright White
- Twist Pretzels
- Wilton Candy Drizzle Pouch – Pink, Blue & Brown
- Edible Writing Markers – optional
- Edible Gold Glitter
Cut about 1/3 of the bottom off each cone.
Break off rounded edges from the pretzels so they look like little teacup handles.
Place white candy melts in a bowl, and microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring each time, until melted.
Dip the little pretzel handles into melted chocolate until fully coated and place on parchment paper. Sprinkle on the edible gold glitter and let them dry.
Dip your ice cream cones into melted chocolate until covered inside and out, place on parchment paper and let them dry. Cut a small V-shape into the top of the cone to symbolize the chip.
Next, dip each end of the cone into the melted candy melts and lightly dip into the glitter to form a gold rim on each end of the cone.
Heat the pink and blue drizzle pouches according to package directions, and make little triangle shapes around the edge of the cookie, alternating each color.
Once the white chocolate has dried, draw on Chip’s eyes and mouth. You can use an edible food marker or use a brown color drizzle pouch to do this as well, whichever you prefer. I find the marker is much easier for me.
Finally, place a small circle of melted chocolate in the center of the cookie and set the cone on top. Put a little more chocolate on the inside of the cone to make sure it sticks to the cookie. Let dry throughly and enjoy!
A tale as old as time
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And don’t forget to visit the official BEAUTY AND THE BEAST website!
Need more Disney in you life? Check out this Minnie Mouse Tutu:
I am a total sucker for tutus. I totally think every girl, no matter the age, should wear them. They are big and poofy and full of fun. Plus they are too cute! You can get them in every color, style and length. I make them often because they are so cheap. You can make a toddler tutu for around $5! Adult for $10. I made this Minnie Mouse Tutu for my youngest daughter for her birthday. She pretty much lives in it.
Be sure to check out this other delicious recipe while you are here:
Do you wanna build a snowman? In my best Frozen singing voice… Which isn’t very good so I will spare you, but your littles will love making these Snowman Kits. I don’t know about your kids, but mine love to be in the kitchen. I am always looking for simple recipes that they can help with. This Snowman Kit is easy to make, cute to look at and delicious to eat!