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Christmas Mice Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Joan Jones - Therma-Tru Doors
Added: Friday, July 18, 2008

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
Chocolate Kisses - 1 for each
Ore Cookies - 1 for each
Maraschino Cherries WITH STEM - 1 for each
Sliced Almonds - 2 for each
Chocolate Chips - 1 bag (enough to cover cherries)
Pink Frosting - Tube (Not Gel)
Green Frosting - Tube (Not Gel)
Blue Frosting - Tube (Not Gel)
Red Hots (Cinnamon) - 1 for each

Directions:
Directions:
Unwrap Chocolate Kisses (one for each mouse to be made). Rinse and drain cherries - let dry. Split apart Oreo Cookies - leaving one side whole with white frosting exposed. Melt Chocolate chips in double broiler. Dip cherry in melted chocolate chips, completely covering cherry. Let excess chocolate drip off. While hot, set cherry (stem side up or angled) to flat side of Chocolate Kiss forming body of mouse (stem is tail and pointed part of kiss the nose). Then set hot cherry/kiss (on side) atop the white frosting of the Oreo for the platform/base for mouse. Then attach almond slices between kiss and cherry for ears. (It is faster and easier for two people to work on this together). Then decorate mice with pink frosting for nose, blue frosting for eyes, green frosting on Oreo as holly leaves and Red Hot as Holly Berries (can use red frosting instead). Let cool and enjoy! Great for parties.

 

 

 

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