Welcome to another Nerdie Foodie post! This week is all about Disney’s Tsum Tsums. Seriously, can they get any cuter than these things? They’re just as addictive to collect as Funko Pops, which is why I have resisted in buying one tsum tsum so that I don’t fall down into that rabbit hole. I will only admire and squeal from afar.
Which is why these following recipes will have your drooling for more. Let’s go!
Chip & Dale Speculoos Macarons
If you’ve been following Nerdie Foodie for a while, you’ll know that I love macarons. Erika (Sumopocky) created these cute Chip & Dale macarons with a speculoos cookie filling! You can find the full recipe here! Check out the video tutorial below for further help.
Winnie the Pooh Pumpkin Bites
Have some extra pumpkin from Halloween or Thanksgiving laying around the house? Look no further as Disney Family recipe from Heather Newman will teach you how to turn all that squash into cute and edible Winnie the Pooh tsum tsums! Check out the recipe here!
Tsum Tsum Cake Pops
Cake pops are a great medium to make batches of tsum tsums. Small, portable, and adorable as treats! Rachel Fong (Kawaii Sweet World) shares with us her way of making these adorable cake pops! Check out the decoration list here and you can watch the tutorial below!
Mickey Mouse Cake
Personally, I would have a hard time cutting into this cake creation. Mickey Mouse as a tsum tsum is just plain adorable! Vanessa (Cake Styles) shows us how to decorate our plain cakes into Mickey! Check out the video below!
Mickey & Minnie Dark Chocolate Truffle Mooncakes
This is one creative East meets West fusion recipe! The traditional Chinese mooncake meets the European/Western chocolate truffle! Sumopocky does it again with this recipe! Check out the full recipe here! And for more visual help, check out the tutorial below!
Winnie the Pooh Honey Shortbread Cookies
Shortbread cookies? Yes please! Honey? Check! Pooh is hovering close by with this much honey on site. Katharina (Pretty Cake Machine) shares with us her cookie recipe and how-to here! Get ready for all the cuteness!
Tsum Tsum Sugar Cookies
A total (and self-professed) Disnerd, YouTuber Tom Burns shows us how to turn our plain sugar cookies into classic Disney tsum tsums! He does have the cookie recipe listed in the description box (even though it is missing how high to heat your oven to when baking these bad boys). You can also use your favourite sugar cookie recipe for these cookies. Check out the tutorial below!
Winnie the Pooh Tsum Tsum Bread Buns
Adorable carbs are coming your way! Shirley (Little Miss Bento) shares with us her recipe and technique in making a few characters from the Hundred Acre Wood: Pooh Bear, Piglet, Tigger and Eeyore! Check out the recipe here!
Are you dying in all the adorable cuteness that is Disney Tsum Tsum yet? This Nerdie Foodie sure is! I should be back to normal by next week.
‘Til next time,