Easy Homemade Hand Dipped Mickey Ice Cream Bars with your choice of ice cream covered with homemade magic shell. A fun way to bring some “Disney magic” home!Homemade Hand Dipped Ice Cream Bars

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If you’ve been anywhere Disney, you’ve undoubtedly seen the iconic Mickey Ice Cream Bar. It is definitely one of my family’s favorite Disney snacks and we get one every time we go.

Sometimes between trips, its fun to bring a little “Disney magic” home. What better way to cool off on a hot day than with a Homemade Hand Dipped Mickey Ice Cream Bar! Last time I was at Walt Disney World, I picked up this awesome Mickey Mouse Sandwich Cookie Cutter which is what I used to shape these Mickey Ice Cream Bars. I have also used this cookie cutter to make Mickey shaped sugar cookies as well as Mickey shaped gingerbread beignets. It is also great to cut out cute Mickey Mouse peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for my kids!

These ice cream bars are not hard to make. I made them using store-bought ice cream, so the “tough” part is already done for you! When you choose your ice cream, make sure that it is the kind that is sold in a rectangular box. It is so much easier to slice and shape.

Begin by removing the cardboard packaging from the ice cream. With the ice cream block standing, slice it into thirds, placing each third on a parchment covered baking sheet.

Homemade Hand Dipped Ice Cream Bars

Homemade Hand Dipped Ice Cream BarsUse your cookie cutter to cut the Mickey shape in each slice of ice cream. You will be able to get two Mickey bars from each slice, for a total of 6 Mickey Mouse Ice Cream Bars.

Homemade Hand Dipped Ice Cream Bars

When I cut out the Mickey shape, I was able to pick up the cookie cutter and the ice cream stayed inside. Transfer the ice cream bar to another parchment lined cookie sheet. This is the tricky part. Shake the cookie cutter at an angle so that only the bottom portion of the ice cream sticks out of the cookie cutter. Keep the top portion inside so that when you push the popsicle stick in, the bar will keep its Mickey Mouse shape. Once the stick is in, you can remove the whole cookie cutter. Repeat with the rest of the bars.

Homemade Hand Dipped Ice Cream Bars

Freeze the Mickey bars for 2-3 hours until the popsicle stick is firm and doesn’t move when touched.  Now it’s time to prepare the chocolate for dipping.

Homemade Hand Dipped Ice Cream Bars

Place all of the chocolate chips and 4 tablespoons of coconut oil in a microwave safe bowl. Microwave the mixture on 50 percent power for 30 seconds. Remove the bowl from the microwave and stir. Repeat these steps until the chocolate is completely melted. It should be thin. If the mixture is too thick, stir in more coconut oil.Homemade Hand Dipped Ice Cream Bars

Put the chocolate in tall container that is wide enough to fit the Mickey bar. I used a plastic container from IKEA. Holding the Mickey bar upside down, dip it in the chocolate. Remove it and let the extra chocolate drip back into the container. Because of the high fat in the coconut oil, the chocolate should harden quickly when it comes into contact with the cold ice cream.

Homemade Hand Dipped Ice Cream Bars

Homemade Hand Dipped Ice Cream Bars

Homemade Hand Dipped Ice Cream Bars

Place the dipped bars back on the baking sheet and keep frozen until you’re ready to serve them!Homemade Hand Dipped Ice Cream Bars

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Homemade Hand Dipped Ice Cream Bars

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Homemade Hand Dipped Ice Cream Bars
Easy Homemade Hand Dipped Mickey Ice Cream Bars with your choice of ice cream covered with homemade magic shell. A fun way to bring some "Disney magic" home!
Course Dessert
Prep Time 30 minutes
Passive Time 2 hous
Servings
Ice Cream Bars
Ingredients
Ice Cream Bars
Chocolate Magic Shell Coating
Course Dessert
Prep Time 30 minutes
Passive Time 2 hous
Servings
Ice Cream Bars
Ingredients
Ice Cream Bars
Chocolate Magic Shell Coating
Instructions
Ice Cream Bars
  1. Remove the cardboard packaging from the ice cream. With the ice cream block standing, slice it into thirds, placing each third on a parchment covered baking sheet
  2. Using a Mickey Mouse shaped cookie cutter* (or cookie cutter of your choice), cut the shape into each slice of ice cream. Lift the cookie cutter over to another parchment lined baking sheet.
  3. Carefully shake the cookie cutter at an angle so the bottom of the ice cream comes out, but the top stays in. Insert the stick and remove the cookie cutter. Repeat with the remaining ice cream bars.
  4. Freeze the bars for 2-3 hours until the stick is firmly in the ice cream bar.
Chocolate Magic Shell Coating
  1. Place the chocolate chips and 4 tablespoons of coconut oil in a microwave safe bowl. Microwave at 50 percent power for 30 seconds. Remove and stir. Repeat these steps until the chocolate is completely melted. It should be thin. If the mixture is too thick, stir in more coconut oil.
  2. Place the chocolate in a tall container that is wide enough to dip the ice cream bar.
Ice Cream Bar Assembly
  1. Holding the Mickey bar upside down, dip it in the chocolate. Remove it and let the extra chocolate drip back into the container. Because of the high fat in the coconut oil, the chocolate should harden quickly when it comes into contact with the cold ice cream.
  2. Place the ice cream bars back on the baking sheet and freeze until ready to serve.
Recipe Notes

Tip: Keep your baking sheet in the freezer until you are ready to use it. That way it will already be cold when you put the ice cream bars on it.

*Mickey Mouse Sandwich/Cookie Cutter

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