Since I love all things cute and tiny - I am a huge fan of Tsum Tsums!
What's a Tsum Tsum you ask? They are cute plush versions of your favorite Disney characters that can be stacked. They were originally created for Disney Japan since Japan loves all that is cute and tiny as well - but the craze has caught on all over the world. The name comes from a Japanese term for stack and you pronounce it "soom soom"
Aren't they the cutest? I am trying to get my kids to collect but they are not as interested as I would have been at that age! My daughter also has this super cute Tsum Tsum t-shirt...
So I was inspired to make them in pretzel snack form!
They actually came together pretty quickly since the base is a square pretzel topped with discs of candy melt circles. Details are added with other candies, sprinkles, more melted candy melt, and edible food writers.
You can mix and match your favorite characters. They pretty much all come in Tsum Tsum form these days and not just plushies either - there are plastic or vinyl figures, games, and all kinds of other trinkets, clothes, and stuff plastered with Tsumy cuteness.
My favs are still Mickey and Minnie and Donald and Daisy
But Pooh and his friends come in a close 2nd!
Do you love Tsum Tsums? Which are your favs??
Have a great week and thanks for stopping by!
Disney Tsum Tsum Pretzel Snacks
- Pretzel squares
- Various color candy melt wafers (plus extra for melting to attach to pretzel and adding details)
- Various candy and sprinkles (m and m's, candy coated sunflower seeds, heart shaped sprinkles, various colors of non-pariels)
- Black edible food marker
- Melt wafers in a microwave safe bowl and add to a freezer bag. Snip an end and attach wafer to pretzel square. Eeyore is made with purple disc and part cream colored disc.
- Use more melted candy in coordinated colors to attach other candy/sprinkles as the detail. Follow pictures for directions.
- Add additional detail with edible food writers.