Disney Christmas

8 Holiday Sweet Treats Any Disney Fan Will Love

Whether you are 3 years old or 103 years old, it is totally fine to be a devoted Disney fan. The characters, fairytales, and adventurous stories have the ability to just make your imagination run wild. But when the magic of Disney combines with mouth-watering holiday sweets though? Well, that’s pure joy.

Which is why, to celebrate the upcoming holiday season, we are rounding up the absolute cutest Disney Christmas treats on Instagram. We know that are sure to inspire your own little indulgences – and bring a smile to your face.

Mickey Mouse Pies

If you start saying the phrase “mini pies,” aloud you will capture our hearts immediately. But if you manage to explain that they have little Mickey Mouse logos hidden in their crust? We’ll keel over with pure delight.

Elsa’s Hot Cocoa

You may (rightfully!) associate Queen Elsa with frost and ice, but the Frozen royal also has a piping hot beverage named after her! This blue-tinted hot white chocolate is topped with a snowflake-shaped peppermint, and we want to sip this sweet treat all winter long.

Olaf Donuts

Of course, we can’t mention Frozen without shouting out Disney’s iconic snowman, Olaf! We love how he inspired these glittery, candy snowflake-topped donut rings!

Mickey Mouse Linzer Cookies

Are Linzer tarts a holiday must-have in your family? This traditional powder sugar-dusted sweet treats have little Mickey cut-outs, making them even more festive.

Mickey Mouse Hot Chocolate

Peppermint hot chocolate is always a winner during the coldest months of winter. But crafting a Mickey Mouse-shaped garnish out of marshmallows is pure Disney magic.

Tsum Tsum Donuts

Deck the donuts w boughs of holly, Fa la la la la…🍩💚❤️ – That is how the song goes, right😁? While I have yet to get all my decorations up, at least my food is looking holiday ready 😄! I saw these incredible @Disney Japan plush Tsum Tsum wreaths online, and had been dreaming of a way to turn them into food when it occurred to me that donuts and wreaths have the same shape 🙌🏻. The donuts are gingerbread (baked not fried so they are a bit lighter without sacrificing any flavor or texture), and I turned them into wreaths with fluffy tinted cream cheese frosting, sprinkles, and ZERO fondant (can you guess what I used instead?). My favorite Tsum Tsum couples are donut holes dipped in candy melts, and decorated with sprinkles, melts, and more of the secret ingredient. You can find the full recipe and see how I decorated them @disneyfamily . I’m going to make a bunch of mini ones to bring to my dad’s holiday party so I have an excuse to make more without eating them all myself because they are dangerously delicious 🤣😋! #sponsored #flatlay #cuteness #foodstyling #eeeeeats #flashesofdelight #feedfeed #lovelysquares #vscofood #huffposttaste #thatsdarling #dscolor #petitejoys #foodphotography #abmlifeissweet #thehappynow #disney #tsumtsum #kawaii #donuts #darlingmovement #livethelittlethings #sweettooth #f52grams #choosejoy #cutefood #disneyfood thebakefeed #mickeymouse #gingerbread

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Who doesn’t love donuts? You can make your favorite sweet treats even cuter by decorating them like festive Christmas wreaths, and adding some cute Tsum Tsum characters on top!

The Nutcracker Gingerbread House

Creating ginger bread houses is a tried-and-true family holiday tradition. But a fun way to give your gumdrops, marshmallows, and sprinkles a little Disney Christmas upgrade is by adding in a nutcracker to reference Disney’s upcoming 2018 film, The Nutcracker and the Four Realms.

Porg Hot Chocolate

Don’t forget that Star Wars is part of the Disney universe now too. One of the most viral new characters of Star Wars: The Last Jedi is the Porg, and we love how this hot chocolate celebrates the movie!

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