[Let’s Cook] Mocktail Mickey & Minnie-Pizzas

Anyone can cook! It’s time to take out your aprons and call upon the “little chef” inside you! In honor of Mickey and Minnie’s birthday, we present you our brand new “Let’s Cook” section which will offer you mouth-watering recipes! For this first issue, discover our Mickey’s Mocktail and Minnie-Pizza!


For the decoration

60 g dark chocolate

Dark chocolate sprinkles

Yellow chocolate candy

Black cardboard for ears

A cardboard straw

For Minnie-Pizza

1 pizza dough

250 g of tomato pulp

A pinch of salt

A pinch of oregano

2 teaspoons of olive oil

100 g of mozzarella cheese (for cooking)

For the Mickey’s Mocktail (doses for each glass served)

Ice cubes

6 cl of orange juice

6 cl of tonic

2 teaspoons of grenadine



Preheat your oven to 200°C. In a bowl, mix the tomato sauce with oregano, salt and oil and set aside.

Cut the kitchen special mozzarella cheese into thin slices, then cut into small slices with a cookie cutter.

Unroll the pizza dough on the work surface and with a cookie cutter (or with a knife and the template provided) form the base of your Minnie Pizza.

Place them on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper. Top with tomato sauce and mozzarella slices.

Bake in the oven for 20 minutes and serve the Minnie Pizza while still warm.

Mickey Mocktail

While the Minnie-Pizza is cooking, it’s time to prepare your Mocktail!

We start with the decoration. Melt the dark chocolate and dip the edges of the glass in it. Repeat the operation by dipping the glass in the vermicelli and let it freeze in the fridge for 10 minutes.

Prepare the ears by cutting them out of black cardboard (you can download the pattern here).

Put the ice cubes at the bottom of the decorated glass, then pour 6 cl of orange juice.

Mix 6 cl of tonic with 2 teaspoons of grenadine syrup and gently pour the mixture into the glass with the orange juice.

Finish your Mocktail by adding two yellow chocolate candies as buttons, fixing them on the glass with the melted chocolate from the decoration step, and install the two pre-cut ears.

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