Disney Family: Mickey’s Strawberry Santa Hats Recipe

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There is not a better way to get some Christmas spirit than with these adorable Santa Hats from Disney Family. Find out how to make these magical treats right here in Disney Family: Mickey’s Strawberry Santa Hats Recipe.

Disney Family: Mickey’s Strawberry Santa Hats Recipe

Christmas is RIGHT around the corner. Yes, I know we just blinked and here it is upon us again!! You also know what that means. Tons of invites to social, school, family and church events. The invites are ENDLESS! With those invites usually comes a stipulation to bring a dish. But Walt Express doesn’t want you to have to bring the same old boring dishes everyone else is making. NOPE! We want you to bring a dish that is both full of Disney and Christmas spirit. Disney Family is full of magical and EASY recipes that make it look as if you have spent hours preparing your dish. So, it’s no surprise that is where we found today’s recipe.

This adorable dessert/snack is an easy fix AND easy on the wallet. You can check it out right here on the Disney Family site: MICKEY’S STRAWBERRY SANTA HATS.




Disney Family: Mickey's Strawberry Santa Hats Recipe

How To:

  • Wash the strawberries with cool water and carefully remove the hulls. Pat the fruit dry with a paper towel.
  • Melt some white chocolate in the microwave or on the stovetop, following the directions on the package.
  • Working with one wafer cookie at a time, dip the surface in the melted candy so that it is generously coated. If needed, dip it twice.
  • Place the dipped cookie on wax paper (coated side up), and immediately set a strawberry (hulled side down) on top. Quickly, but gently, push two small chocolate disks against the base of the berry for ears, holding them in place for a few seconds to make sure they stick. If they don’t hold, use a little more melted candy to attach them.
  • Repeat steps 3 and 4 to make as many more hats as you want, reserving some of the melted white chocolate for the pom-pom tops. When you’re ready to add the pom-poms, let the melted white chocolate cool slightly so that it will thicken a bit. Then spoon a small blob onto each strawberry tip.
  • Finally, add a little texture to the hat trim, if you like, by using a fork to gently “scramble” what’s left of the partially cooled white chocolate (it should resemble flaked coconut). Gently press some of the white chocolate flakes onto the candy hat brims while they are still warm so they will stick in place. Once the candy is completely set, arrange the finished hats on a plate to serve.

We hope you enjoy this little Holiday Preview and that it puts you in the mood for all of the upcoming festivities! Let us know if you try it! We would love to have a taste, but we suppose a picture will have to do!

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Vanda Bean

Vanda is a Mom of 2 boys who is always thinking about or planning a trip to Disney World! Thanks to them and her work as a travel agent, she has become an expert on planning the perfect Disney trip and making wishes and dreams a beautiful reality. When she's not planning trips for others or visiting Disney herself, she graciously shares her knowledge and experiences here on Walt Express with our readers to help you plan your very own magical Disney vacation!

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