Have a Fun Filled Minions Day! {Recipe + Free Scavenger Hunt Printable}

Have a Fun Filled Mions Day! With FREE Recipe and Scavenger Hunt PRINTABLE for kids! - sixtimemommy.comTwo of my kiddos are OBSESSED with the Minions. Who doesn’t love those silly, little quirky guys? Right? Well, we do. So I decided we would have a Minions Day!

It took me a little while to figure out what exactly what I wanted to do for Minions Day but when the right recipe popped up I just knew this was it! So, we are doing Yellow Chocolate Minion cups with Animal crackers!

Super cute right? Here’s how to make ’em!







Yellow Chocolate Minion Cups
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Serves: 8
  • 5 Cups Wilton Yellow Chocolate Candy Melts
  • 1 Wilton 8-Cavity Round Shot Glass Mold
  • Black Cake Mate Writing Gel
  • Blue Cake Mate Writing Gel
  • 16 Wilton Candy Eyeballs
  • Nabisco Honey Maid Minion Graham Crackers
  1. One cup of yellow chocolate candy melts at a timeplace in medium microwavable mixing bowl. Heat in the microwave for 60 seconds. Remove and stir. Repeat in 20-second intervals, or until completely melted. Be sure not to overheat. Remove from microwave and stir until chocolate is completely smooth and silky.
  2. Using a small spoon, slowly pour yellow chocolate in to each shot mold. Be sure that mold has been thoroughly cleaned and dried ahead of time.
  3. Repeat this process until all 8 shot molds have been filled.
  4. Tap mold against countertop to ensure all air bubbles have been eliminated. Lift mold above your head to check for air bubbles. If there are none, you may proceed to the next step. Otherwise, repeat tapping. You may also stick a butter knife into each mold to help eliminate hidden air bubbles.
  5. Place mold in freezer for approximately 30 to 40 minutes. Remove mold from freezer.
  6. Slow invert each shot mold until chocolate candy melt is released. Carefully place each chocolate mold upright onto a clean, flat surface.
  7. Using your black writing gel, depending on which Minion you want, draw 1 to 2 oversized circles (for your Minion’s eyes). Fill each circle Carefully place 1 to 2 candy eyeballs into each circle.
  8. Using black writing gel again, draw your Minion’s mouth. Let your kid’s have fun with this! They will have unique ideas!
  9. Using your blue writing gel, draw denim overalls (from chest up) with a center pocket and 2 black dots for your suspender buttons.
  10. Fill cups with Minion graham crackers. Serve immediately.

Of course we couldn’t have a Minions day with just a recipe now could we? No! We have to actually do something fun! So, I decided to do a Scavenger Hunt with my kiddos!

minscavWe decided to do half outside and half inside! The kids had so much fun trying to find the things on the list, it took a while but – SO fun!

minionspinClick here to download

So there you have a fun day full of Minions! Go on a scavenger hunt, and have a snack when you are done!

Do your kiddos love the minions?



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I am a super lucky 31 year old mother of 7 (4 boys, 3 girls!) Living in Toronto, Canada. I love to blog, share experiences and bring awareness to causes, brands and products I feel strongly about. Welcome to my world on the web!


  1. I love everything about this! Those chocolate Minion cups are genius, and the printables are so much fun. I think I’ll do a Minions day like this when we go see it.

  2. How Adorbs! Those look super hard to make – but so adorable – and I bet super tasty! I don’t have the patience to make something like this for my kids – I would rather purchase them.

    • I don’t know if I have the patience or skill to make these lol. I think I will try and get the kids involved so even if it’s a disaster, it will still be a great memory.

  3. This is such an adorable idea! I know both of my boys would go crazy over it and your tutorial has made it look easy enough for me to do ! Thanks!

  4. This looks like a really cute project to make. I love minions and can’t wait to see the new movie when it comes out on DVD.

  5. What a adorable DIY recipe, My kids loved the movie so much so I know they would appreciate this too.

  6. Such fun ideas for a minion party! It seems like I keep seeing minion stuff everywhere, i’m sure tons of kids will be requesting minion birthday parties this year.

  7. This is just adorable and so unique. I don’t think I have seen anything this unique out there. I love the minions.

  8. Those are so cute and sound so easy to make . My son has a birthday next month that will have a Minion them so these are gong to be such a hit.

  9. Who doesn’t love the Minions? I would have never thought to make Minions from a shot glass mold. This is awesome and would be perfect for a Minions party or just because. Great job!

  10. Those look so neat. I’m surprised my kids are not obsessed with Minions but I bet if I show them this they would be.

  11. Those are indeed super cute! Our son loves them. Thanks for the printable. I was just thinking of something for our son to do other than playing with his iPod. :)

  12. OMG just love this!! My daughter and I just love anything minions! These are just the cutest things ever :)

  13. I’ll bet your littles loved the fun day! It will make them love minions even more! And I think that would be ok with you, since you are so creative with those re-creations! Have lots of fun!

  14. Those little minion treats are absolutely adorable!! I need to try to make these for my son! Thanks for sharing!

  15. My kids like Minions & these looks so cute & adorable. I really love this cute craft idea. It is great that it is made of chocolate candy. Would love to try this idea with my girls!

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