Disney has shared how to make its famous Mickey Mouse-shaped beignets, and the recipe only has 4 steps Amanda Krause
From ice cream to Rice Krispie treats, Disney theme parks sell tons of food in the shape of Mickey Mouse.
Take the company's beignets, for example. Found at Disney World and Disneyland, the treats are made from fried dough and covered with powdered sugar. Though they can sometimes be hard to find, as they're only available in select restaurants, they can be re-created at home.
On Friday, the Disney Parks Blog released a recipe for the Mickey-shaped snacks, which it describes as being "the perfect snack" to eat while watching "The Princess and the Frog" on Disney+.
The recipe calls for 11 ingredients, many of which are household staples. You'll need dry yeast, sugar, vegetable oil, and heavy cream, as well as water, vegetable shortening, salt, and an egg. It also requires flour, boiled water, and powdered sugar.
As far as tools go, you'll need an electric mixer, Mickey-shaped cookie cutter, and tongs, among other tools. Complete instructions can be found here.
Mickey Mouse-shaped Beignets
10 large Mickey Mouse-shaped beignets or 2 dozen small beignets
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From our Disney family to yours, we hope you enjoy this classic Disney recipe! And be sure to share the fun with Disney fans all over the world using the hashtag #DisneyMagicMoments. Keep checking back to the Disney Parks Blog for even more #DisneyMagicMoments and more magical recipes. Happy snacking, Disney fans!