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Monsters University cookies

Give it to me, did you love Monsters University as much as I did? I seriously love kid movies and Pixar hits a home run each time with their flicks. My hubby and I  are always excited to take the kids out for a family date (with popcorn and drinks, of course!) to see the newest ones and MU didn’t disappoint! 

Easy monster cookies! So cute & playful for Halloween!

We had planned a family date last weekend to see so so I experimented ahead of time and made an easy Mike Wasowski monster cookie recipe:

Are you a fan of Monsters Inc? Here's an easy way to make Mike into a cookie! Perfect Halloween cookie too!

 

Mike is so cute as a little guy and it was fun to see his enthusiasm as a kiddo in this movie.  I love how cute these monster cookies are and since it’s a simple recipe, I’m going to let the pictures do the talking:

Did the monsters explain it well enough? (;

Soooo, I used a cookie mix ’cause I’m a cheater like that. Oh, and purchased store-bought frosting since it was a just a buck and I didn’t want to spend additional time messing up even more bowls.  The eyeballs are in the wedding aisle at Michael’s with all of the Wilton products. While the cookies are baking, just mix up bright frosting colors for additional monsters, spread it on your cooled cookies, add a giant eyeball.

Now say hello to some new edible friends:
 Easy rainbow monster cookies! So cute & playful for Halloween!

Enjoy!

Check out MORE fun Monster posts like our Monster Pretzel Rods

Monster Breakfast Bagels,

Monster Shaker Eggs,

and our roundup collection of 35+ Monster Crafts and Treats!

 

 

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  1. 25 years ago I didn’t think I could sing, but I took singing lessons, joined two choirs and have been singing ever since.
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  2. My parents taught me to believe in my self and I worked hard to achieve my dream.

  3. My mother who believed in me and encouraged me to follow my dreams

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  4. I believe in myself and achieve my dreams by understanding that what I have to contribute is of value and by surrounding myself with positive thoughts and, better yet, positive, supportive friends. I also write out inspirational quotes each week and place them around the house as a reminder that I can reach my goals. 🙂

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  6. by never giving up even when my mom tried to sabotage my financial aid and forced me to leave my school of choice and drop to part-time and work. i kept on going and 6 years later had my degree and a lot of debt! LOL

  7. My parents were great examples for me. They had very little formal education and worked at menial jobs, yet they were able to retire with their home completely paid for and a comfortable retirement. I learned that you have to work hard to achieve your dream.

  8. I always wanted to be a writer, but didn’t have enough confidence in my writing to risk being rejected. After reading about other writers who were rejected numerous times (like J.K. Rowling), I finally started submitting my writing, and so far I’ve been published in anthologies four times! Time to get that novel going! 😉

  9. I became a mom at for the first time at 18 and though I had lost out on my dream of becoming a nurse. It took years but with lots of dedication I finally was able to graduate from nursing school.

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  10. I believed in myself when I worked through college so I wouldn’t have to take out student loans.

  11. I believed in a Happily Ever After, and I that’s what I got! If you are true to yourself, you might not always get what you want, but you’ll be happy!
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  12. I have to admit, I wasn’t that interested in seeing Monsters University, but I am so glad I did! It was great and had a powerful message.
    I believed in myself when I met and married my husband and moved pretty far from my large immediate family.

    1. That is TOUGH, Alysia! I moved away from mine too. Hope you get lots of trips back home! (;

  13. I believe in myself with the power of prayer and positive thinking! These things can help you achieve anything!

  14. Knowing that I had to pay for my graduate degree (and undergraduate), I worked as many as 3 jobs while going to school full time. It was hard, but it was worth it! Thanks kmassman gmail
    P.s. love the cookies!

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  16. I always wanted to be a teacher. Two weeks before I graduated high school life through me a curve and I was diagnosed with Lupus. I wasn’t able to go to college then or later, but as a wife and mom (a dream I didn’t even know I had until it happened) I have fulfilled that dream. I “teach”, though it may be life lessons, without a degree.

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  17. Haven’t achieved my dreams yet, but I stay positive and don’t let others influence me in a negative way.
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  18. I believe in myself because I know I am loved and I achieve my dream by expecting the hard way ahead and taking one bite at a time.
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  19. I have four more classes to finish up my Master’s Degree. Its been a huge commitment to work and have three kids while going to school, but I am determined. Thanks for the chance to win!
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  20. I believe in myself to be the best I can be for my children! My dream has always been to be a mother and i’m so thankful to be living my dream!

  21. Oh my goodness, the story of your mom and her only brother?!? Break my heart…love that she was able to fulfill her dream and have so many kids!!! We don’t get a fall break, fun that you all do and get to play together!! Love ya, girls!

  22. I really wanted to earn my degree in college so I worked 2 jobs went to school and was preggo all at the same time. I would love to finish up one day and get my bachelor degree!

  23. I always dreamed of being a mom and I always worked on making things that would make me a better mom and then somehow I got lucky enough to be the mom to 5 handsome boys! 🙂

  24. I wasn’t sure that I would be able to work and go to business school. I was able to do it and graduate!

  25. Love the story about your Mom!! Sounds like an awesome gal! These cookies are so adorable – eve better, easy! Just might be making some of these this Halloween! 🙂 I’ve always been lucky enough to have the unrelenting support of my family, encouraging me to accomplish any goals I set!

  26. I think what I like best about Pixar movies is their layers of storytelling. For example MU was deemed ok by my 13 & 15 yr. old boys. However, my husband,17 old son and I loved it.
    My 17 old is looking at college and where he will fit in once he gets on his path. We loved the plot about Sully, (his selfishness, indulgence & using monsters to get what he wants – not really a team player) his character, not really a stand up monster or friend, but later striving for that, being remorseful and asking for forgiveness. Character qualities parents want in their children and themselves!
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  27. I believed in myself when I graduated from college working full time and taking care of my baby at the same time. Being optimistic and working hard really helped me to achieve my dream

  28. After my parents divorced when I was 6, I had to leave the US to live in South America with my mother. During the 2 years I lived there, I completely forgot how to speak English. I returned to the US and had to go back to school, absolutely terrified because I didn’t understand a word that anyone was saying to me. But I worked hard to regain my language skills and believed I would catch up. Two years later I won the award for top English student in my grade. This was my dream come true. The boy who won the Math and Science awards that year went on to Harvard years later, so those awards were very prestigious. No matter how unattainable a goal seems, you can’t ever give up.

  29. LOVED this movie. And those cookies! Def going to be copying you. My kiddos would love this!

  30. I worked full time while I went to college to realize my dream of becoming a teacher. -I’m now in my 7th year!

  31. What a great story–and great cookies too 🙂 I’d say my dream is that I’d love to finish college some day. But I wouldn’t trade a single thing that “kept” me from getting my degree…so even if it never happens, I’m living the dream-life now by the husband and kids that I have.

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