Mickey Mouse Waffle
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Mickey Mouse Waffles

These Mickey Mouse waffles would be a cute surprise for your child on their birthday, or to announce a surprise trip, maybe? :)
Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time3 mins
Total Time18 mins
Course: Breakfast
Servings: 1
Author: Lisa Douglas



  • Thaw your waffles to room temperature, but do not toast them just yet.
  • Cut out Mickey's ears out of one waffle (almost creating a figure 8).
  • Grabbing a handful of chocolate chips, melt the chips in the microwave using 15-second intervals until fully melted.
  • Stir into the melted chocolate a little milk until it's nice and creamy.
  • Plop into the creamy melted chocolate the cut out ears, and gently paint onto the whole waffle some chocolate to form the top of Mickey's head.
  • Place the waffle on a plate, and cover Mickey's ears with chocolate; join to the painted chocolate head.
  • Fill in the gaps and smooth out the chocolate with the remaining chocolate (without using it all), also forming the top of Mickey's head over the eyes.
  • Place the grape into the melted chocolate and cover completely.
  • Take a banana and cut off two slices, cut into the slices to make oval eyes, cover the backs with a little bit of chocolate and place onto Mickey's face.
  • Using two chocolate chips, cover the backs with chocolate and place onto Mickey's banana eyes.
  • Using a little bit of chocolate, form the smile at the bottom.
  • With a teaspoon half full of creamy peanut butter, place a little on one end of his face on top of the chocolate smile.
  • Place one of the leftover pieces of banana smiles onto the peanut butter, dabbing a tiny bit of jelly onto the banana (to symbolize his tongue).