Let’s Make Chocolate Cherry Mice.

My friend hosted a baby shower a little while ago and I almost died when I saw the little cherry mice she had made. They were almost too adorable to eat… but don’t let their sweet looks stop you from popping them into your mouth… they are simply, outstandingly, delicious too!


The kids and I made these little guys for Valentine’s Day. Another plus… kids LOVE to help you make them :-)

All you need are cherries with their stalks still on, slivered almonds and chocolate kisses.


Pop a little bowl of chocolate kisses into the microwave and melt the chocolate, slowly… stirring ever 30 seconds.

Hold a cherry by the ‘tail’ and dip it into the chocolate so that half of the cherry is covered in the warm, melted, chocolate.


While the chocolate cherry is still warm and sticky, stick a chocolate kiss into the chocolate for the mouses nose.


Then stick on two slivered almonds for his ears…


Let the chocolate cool until it is set and Voila! you have the cutest little chocolate cherry mouse in the world… great for birthday parties, picnic’s and any special occasion :-)


Enjoy,
Blessings and magic,
Donni

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  1. Wow, those are adorable!! We are going to have to make some of those!

  2. so sweet! I’ll have to look for some cherries…

  3. Adorable!!!

  4. they are very cute,, now where do I find cherries?

  5. fun squeakers!!!!!!!! my son says

  6. These are a staple at my church! I love these little tasty guys so much.Thanks for posting…now I’ll be able to make them too!

  7. Very, very, very cute. Thanks for posting it. :)

  8. Great idea and it looks delicious.
    Greetings.

  9. They are very cute! and Cherries are still in season here! Yay

  10. How precious are these?! Wanted to let you know that I linked over to you on my blog. I just had to share! Thanks for the great idea!

  11. These little mice are awesome! I love all of your beautiful and simple projects! How inspiring.

  12. Gorgeous! I love these, and the photography. My co-editor (Kristen, of Lesson Plans) forwarded to me, and I posted a link on EdibleCrafts.CraftGossip.com :)

  13. Awwww… That is the cutest thing i have seen all day! I love edible crafts….they are so much fun!

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