Toy Story Cookies you can make with your kids!
Toy Story 4! Yes…it’s amazing that they are making a new movie, right?
If you are planning a trip to the movies or even a Toy Story inspired birthday party, you need some awesome sauce themed treats. These fun and super easy Toy Story Oreo Pops are the perfect cookies to surprise your little ones!
If you have never made Chocolate Covered Oreos…they are honestly some of the easiest (and tastiest!!!) treats you can make for a party. They are also great on sticks or just as stand alone cookies!!
How to use Toy Story Cookies
Custom cookies are one of my favorite treats for a party. I love the little extra detail that themed decorated cookies can give to your dessert table.
They also make killer party favors!!! Stick them in a cellophane bag with an adorable Toy Story favor tag.
Ideas for a Toy Story party
If you are looking for some ideas for styling a Toy Story party…you are in luck. You can grab some cute Toy Story party printables (like these from Mahulia Prints).
Be sure to also check out these AMAZING Toy Story party ideas for more inspiration and delicious party desserts!!
Toy Story Chocolate Covered Oreos Tutorial: STEP by STEP
Alright…let’s get to creating these fun little treats. Be sure to leave yourself enough time to let them chill in the refrigerator between steps. Making them the day before should be plenty of time!
To make these adorable little Chocolate Covered Oreos…you will need a few materials.
- Oreo Mold (use this mold for Oreo Pops)
- Colored Candy melts (red, blue, yellow, green)
- Yellow fondant
- Yellow gel icing
- Red gel icing
- Candy eyes
- Black gel icing
- Black Edible Marker
Melt green candy melts. (I recommend microwaving the melts in 30 second increments and stirring in between each 30 seconds until melted. If you microwave too long the chocolate can start to change consistency and then won’t work as well.)
Fill Oreo mold about ⅔ full with melted candy. Place in Oreo, cover the back of the Oreo with additional melted candy. Place in the refrigerator to harden the candy for at least 10 minutes.
Pop out the Oreos onto a plate. Using leftover green melted candy as “glue”, attach three candy eyes to the front of the Oreo. Make a small black circle with the black gel frosting for the “ooooh” mouth! Easy peasy!!
Woody and Jesse:
Melt yellow, blue and red candy melts. (I recommend microwaving the melts in 30 second increments and stirring in between each 30 seconds until melted. If you microwave too long the chocolate can start to change consistency and then won’t work as well.)
Fill Oreo mold about ⅔ full with melted candy. Place in Oreo, cover the back of the Oreo with additional melted candy. You can also add more than one color if you would like the top of the Oreo to be yellow and the bottom to be red.
Place in the refrigerator to harden the candy for at least 10 minutes. Pop out the Oreos onto a plate.
For the Woody “Sheriff” Oreos…cut a star out of yellow fondant (I used this fondant cutter). Let the fondant harden. Once it is hard, use the edible marker to write “sheriff” on the star.
Attach the star to the top of the red and blue Oreos with a dot of yellow gel icing. Then add the dots to the star tips with the yellow icing. Keep cool until ready to serve!
For the Rowdy and Jesse “shirt” Oreos, use the red gel icing to make a plaid shirt design (criss cross lines) and an embroidered shirt design (loopy line) on the yellow Oreos. Also, keep these cool until ready to serve.
I can usually make 8-10 Oreos per bag of candy melts. Easy peasy!!
Looking for more ideas for Toy Story Desserts?
If you are all about styling a Toy Story party with a variety of themed treats and food ideas. Be sure to check out these Toy Story Cakes and more!
Coordinating Toy Story Party Supplies
When it comes to decorating a Toy Story themed party, one easy way to make everything look themed and amazing is to grab some cute Toy Story Party Decorations. I am loving this pack from Amazon!
Plus…bonus, the plates and napkins and other goodies will have all those adorable little Toy Story characters on them!!
Another awesome idea for decorating for a Toy Story party is to use a fun personalized digital backdrop, from Printerama, for the dessert table or as a photo booth.
Toy Story Tableware from Oriental Trading
How fun would it be to take photos (with cute photo props of course) in front of this personalized backdrop?
If you love these Toy Story Cookies…please pin this image to your birthday Pinterest board:
Conclusion for Easy Toy Story Cookies:
If you are planning to see Toy Story 4 or if you are styling a Toy Story party…these fun little cookies would be the perfect little treat! They are super easy to make and oh so delicious!
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- Kermit the Frog Oreo Pops
- Superhero Desserts and Food Ideas
- Dumbo inspired Carnival Party
- PJ Masks Party Ideas
These are absolutely adorable! Plus, they’re super easy to make. Definitely need that mold!
These are so cute! I’m not even a fan of Toy Story (wasn’t when I was a kid either), but I’d love to make these! :)
OMG these are so cute and fun!! Will def have to keep this in mind :) We’re bigggg Disney fans over here
These are so adorable! I will make them with my kids, such fun. I’m sure we will enjoy eating them too ;)
I love these Toy Story themed cookies! I bet the kids love to help make these and gobble them up.
I love these Toy Story cookies! They are so cute!
Cute!! My girls are watching this movie with their aunt right now!!