30+ Best Disney Cake Pops

Disney Cake Pops

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We’ve rounded up a huge collection of the best Disney cake pops!

Snack on Mickey Mouse cake pops, delight in a Minnie Mouse cake pop, or just show off your Disney love at your next party. With these recipes, you can turn your kitchen into your own private dessert shop on Main Street USA.

These Disney cake pop recipes will instantly take you back to the magical mood of your favorite Disney park.

If you love these, don’t miss our full list of Disney recipes, a collection of Harry Potter cake pops, our list of Disney cakes, and the round-up of Disney cupcakes.

Here are the cake pops!

1. Chocolate Mickey Mouse Cake Pops

These Mickey Mouse Cake Pops are the perfect treat to celebrate your favorite Disney character!

The kids will love them, and they’re so easy to make.

2. Poisoned Apple Cake Pops

The poisoned apple is given to Snow White by the Queen. The Queen tricks Snow White into eating the apple and then she falls into a deep sleep. The Queen believes that she has killed Snow White, but she is wrong. Snow White’s prince finds her and kisses her; this wakes up Snow White from her slumber.

3. Frozen Cake Pops

Here’s a fun idea for your next Frozen party: make Frozen cake pops!

Cake pops are made by baking a cake, letting it cool completely, then cutting it into cubes. Each cube is dipped into melted chocolate or candy coating then placed on a stick. You can also add other toppings like sprinkles or coconut flakes to make them look more festive!

4. Sorcerer Mickey’s Hat Cake Pop Recipe

This is the perfect recipe for your next Mickey Mouse party. It’s a magical sorcerer Mickey’s hat cake pop that you can make at home, and it’s sure to delight your little guests!

5. Red, White and Black Fancy Cake Pops

Go with the Mickey and Minnie Mouse themes with these cake pops that celebrate their colors.

6. Cinderella Birthday Party Cake Pops

Your little princess will feel like royalty when she dives into this delicious and decadent Cinderella Birthday Party Cake Pops.

These birthday cake pops are a fun way to celebrate your princess’s big day!

7. Moana Kakamora Brownie Cake Pops

In this easy Moana tutorial, you can get some festive cake pops ready for the perfect luau.

Watch the step by step video tutorial that is included in the instructions.

8. No-Bake Mickey Mouse Cake Pops

Skip the oven! Mickey will be everyone’s favorite pal when you break out these treats.

You could also make these pops into Minnie Mouse by adding more white circles on the “skirt” and making a tiny bow out of red fondant for on top, or make it in pink.

9. Dinglehopper Cake Pops

You want thing-a-bobs? I got twenty!

But who cares, no big deal, I want these Little Mermaid cake pops!

10. Toy Story Alien Cake Pops

Discover how to make the cute green aliens from Toy Story into some delicious treats.

Try these with chocolate cake, or switch it up and surprise everyone with some strawberry cake inside!

The claaaaaaaw.

11. Mickey Mouse Pretzel Rods

Technically they aren’t cake pops, but they sure look and act like them.

Enjoy these treats with a themed movie night or to celebrate a birthday.

Decorating with the Mickey sprinkles is half the fun.

12. Jack Skellington Oreo Pops

This icon from Nightmare Before Christmas isn’t just reserved for the holiday season. Jack is beloved by many fans all year long.

With these cake pops, you can bring some spooky fun into the party.

13. Forky Marshmallow Cake Pops

I think you’ll like this delicious variation on the cake pop theme. Forky isn’t trash, and so what if he’s only known Woody for a couple of days. He’s a lovable piece of plastic and is a favorite of ours from Toy Story 4.

14. Mickey Mouse Snack Cake Pops

This is about the easiest way to put together a Mickey Mouse cake pop — or any other theme for that matter. Just get some decorative straws and follow the step-by-step instructions outlined in this cake pop recipe.

15. Disney-Themed Cake Pops

Mickey Mouse would probably approve of these Cake Pop desserts. His white glove, his Mickey Ears, plus a luxurious frosting are the secret to these picture-perfect party treats.

16. Nightmare Before Christmas Cake Pops

For Halloween? Or Christmas? Or whenever you want! These Jack Skellington beauties look great and taste delicious too.

Enjoy at your next Nightmare Before Christmas party.

17. Mickey Mouse Oreo Pops

Oreo pops are a great alternative to cake pops. And the way that Jenn teaches us to make these is so effortless. Easy, tasty, but super impressive for any Disney-loving crowd.

18. Moana Ocean Cake Pops

If you’re going to search the seas for the Heart of Te Fiti — or if you’re going to throw a Moana party — take these simple pops with you. You can probably make them with ingredients you have in your pantry already.

19. UP Cake Pops

So original, yet simple. I love these UP themed cake pops. It is such a special movie and brings a smile to everyone’s face…just like when I walk in carrying a plate full of these desserts.

20. Luck of the Irish Mickey Mouse Cake Pops

Time to specialize for St. Patrick’s Day – this “lucky” Mickey Mouse cake pop goes green and is a fun way to celebrate the Irish in us all.

21. Tsum Tsum Cake Pops

Good luck trying to find another cake pop idea that is cuter than this one. You simply won’t be able to! Discover Dumbo, Piglet, Winnie the Pooh, and Donald Duck decorated cake pops. If you’ve ever wondered how to make Disney Tsum Tsum cake pops, let this inspire you!

22. Finding Nemo Cake Pops

Just keep swimming, just keep swimming past all the other treats at the party until you find these Nemo dandies. The secret is to use Starburst for the fins and then cover with frosting.

23. Monsters Inc Cake Pops

To make Mike Wazowzki cake pops, you need a few special supplies, most of them green. Tootsie rolls and lollipops help support the chocolate cake in these treats.

24. Maleficent Cake Pops

Here’s a cake pop tip for you: add a teaspoon of coconut oil to your melted chocolate before you dip. This makes for a smoother finish.

25. Disney Descendents Cake Pops

The apple is a symbol of forbidden fruit, and in Disney’s Descendants it’s the symbol of the Evil Queen’s power. But in this party…it’s a symbol of deliciousness!

26. Lilo & Stitch Cake Pops

These Lilo and Stitch cake pops are a must-have for any Disney fan.

This fun and colorful cake pop is made of red velvet cake with cream cheese icing and topped with sprinkles.

The characters on the cake pops feature Angel & Stitch.

27. Mickey Mouse S’mores Cake Pops

Also take on the classic Mickey Mouse cake pop, this time you combine graham cracker, marshmallows, and milk chocolate for a yummy campfire flavored treat.

28. Encanto Cake Pops

The new Disney hit, Encanto, is all the rage for parties right now. Makes sense to feature Bruno, Abuela and the whole Madrigal clan in an enchanting set of cake pop desserts.

29. Lion King Cake Pops

Are you a fan of Nala, Simba and the rest of the Lion King characters? Try these themed cake pops if you want to feel the love tonight. Note how simple the frosting coverage is on the lion?

30. Minnie Mouse Cake Pops

Lightly dusted and sugared, Minnie features a tiara in this velvety chocolate cake pops.

31. Mr. Potato Head Cake Pops

Pulled straight from Toy Story fame, Mr. Potato Head can be a very “a-peeling” Disney cake pop idea! This super spud will be a big hit at your birthday gala.


Disney cake pops are perfect for a Disney fan’s birthday party!

These delicious treats are made with a special chocolate-sprinkled cake mix that is added to the center of a lollipop stick and wrapped in colorful candy coating. The cake pops can be customized to look like any Disney character you want, as well as decorated with frosting and sprinkles.

You can find these adorable treats at your local grocery store or follow the instructions on those listed here to do it yourself. They make a great addition to any birthday party table or even as a treat for kids to take home from school on their birthdays!

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