Chip the Teacup Dessert

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Chip the Teacup is such a sweet character. What better way to honor the iconic Beauty and the Beast character than a super sweet and adorable no-bake teacup treat?

Edible craft designed to look like Chip the Teacup from Beauty and the Beast.

Whether you are looking for Beauty and the Beast themed party snacks or you just love Beauty and the Beast, you are going to adore this adorable, edible Chip teacup craft.

Chip the Teacup is such a sweet character. What better way to honor the character than a super sweet treat? Not only is this treat delicious, but with a few decorating skills, you can make it look like this iconic character.

Best of all, it’s something you can work on with your kids. They will love trying their hand at decorating these yummy treats to look just like Chip the Teacup from Beauty and the Beast.

Edible Beauty and the Beast Chip the Teacup crafts.

You may want to practice doing a few of these on your own so that you can show your kids how to do it. That way your kids are less likely to get frustrated when they try.

Also, don’t be afraid to switch up the ingredients a bit. Using a different type of cookie or using chocolate ice cream cones instead of the regular kind will make the recipe your very own.

Chip the Teacup Ingredients

This section includes ingredient notes and substitution options. Get all measurements, ingredients, and instructions in the printable recipe card at the end of this post.

Package for Keebler Simply Made Butter Cookies, Bright White Candy Melts, 6 sugar cones, pretzel twists, and pink, blu, and brown Wilton candy drizzles.

How to Make Chip the Teacup

This section shows you how to make the recipe with step-by-step photos and instructions. For the full printable recipe, see the recipe card below. 

First, cut about 1/3 of the bottom off of each ice cream cone.

Ice cream cones with bottom third cut off.

Then, break off rounded edges from the pretzels so they look like little cup handles.

Pretzels broken to small pieces that look like handles or candy canes.

Place white candy melts in a bowl, and microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring each time, until melted. Dip the little pretzel handles into melted chocolate until coated and place on parchment paper. Sprinkle on edible gold glitter. Let Dry.

Melted white candy in a bowl with pretzel pieces being dipped into it. Dipped pretzels have then been covered with gold sugar sprinkles.

Dip ice cream cones into melted chocolate until covered inside and out, place on parchment paper and let dry.

Ice cream cones being dipped in white melted candy.

Cut a small V-shape into the top of the cone to symbolize the chip.

Small "v" shaped chip taken out of top rim of cone.

Next, dip each end of the cone into the melted candy melts and lightly dip into the glitter to form a gold rim on each end of the cone.

Top rim of cones being dipped in whit candy, then into gold sprinkles.

Heat the pink and blue drizzle pouches according to package directions, and make little triangle shapes around the edge of the cookie, alternating each color.

Perimiter of cookies being decorated with Wilton drizzle candy in alternating pink and blue colors.

Next, draw on Chip the Teacup’s eyes and mouth. You can use an edible food marker or use a brown color drizzle pouch to do this as well, whichever you prefer.

Blue and Black markers being used to add eyes, eyebrows, and mouths to the decorated cones.

Finally, place a small circle of melted chocolate in the center of the cookie and set the cone on it, then put a little more chocolate on the inside of the cone to make sure it sticks to the cookie. Let dry.

Melted white candy being placed in center of cookies, then ice cream cones being placed on top.

That’s it! Enjoy your adorable Chip the Teacup treats!

Completed Chip dessert treats on white wooden table.
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Edible craft designed to look like Chip the Teacup from Beauty and the Beast.
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5 from 2 votes

Chip the Teacup Dessert

Author: Jaclyn
Prep: 30 minutes
Chip the Teacup is such a sweet character. What better way to honor the iconic Beauty and the Beast character than a super sweet and adorable treat?

Ingredients
 

Instructions

  • Cut about 1/3 of the bottom off each cone.
  • Break off rounded edges from the pretzels so they look like little cup handles.
  • Place white candy melts in a bowl, and microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring each time, until melted.
  • Dip the little pretzel handles into melted chocolate until coated and place on parchment paper. Sprinkle on edible gold glitter. Let Dry
  • Dip ice cream cones into melted chocolate until covered inside and out, place on parchment paper and let dry. Cut a small V-shape into the top of the cone to symbolize the chip.
  • Next, dip each end of the cone into the melted candy melts and lightly dip into the glitter to form a gold rim on each end of the cone.
  • Heat the pink and blue drizzle pouches according to package directions, and make little triangle shapes around the edge of the cookie, alternating each color.
  • Next, draw on Chip’s eyes and mouth using edible markers.
  • Finally, place a small circle of melted chocolate in the center of the cookie and set the cone on it, then put a little more chocolate on the inside of the cone to make sure it sticks to the cookie. Allow 30 minutes to set before serving.

Notes

We used Wilson Drizzle Pouches for the pink and blue decorating on the cookies but it seems that they are no longer available. You can use Pink and Blue Candy Melts instead. However, I recommend piping the melted candy on using a piping bag if you want them to look as neat as possible.

Nutrition

Calories: 273kcal | Carbohydrates: 41g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 11g | Saturated Fat: 8g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 164mg | Potassium: 18mg | Fiber: 0.3g | Sugar: 28g | Vitamin C: 0.1mg | Calcium: 3mg | Iron: 0.4mg
Edible craft designed to look like Chip the Teacup from Beauty and the Beast.

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8 Comments

  1. I HAD to pin this adorable activity that I would love to create with my grandkids! Chip is one of my favorite characters too. I don’t know if we can eat these cute little cups when they are done ?

  2. We love Beauty and the Beast. Such a great project. I will have to do this with my grandchildren. They will love it

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