Chocolate Mice - Dee Dee's

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Diane Hopson Smith

By
@DeeDee2011

The Chocolate Mice are not exactly a recipe but an Instruction for Construction.

These chocolate-covered cherry mice are fun to create and make an adorable presentation for parties, bake sales, and of course, Halloween. Let the kids help by setting up a production line, and they will have a ball. These candy mice are almost too cute to eat.

These mice are an eye catcher crawling on a cake, cheese ball, jelly roll type cake or on a plate of finger foods.

My niece made a cheese ball for an office party with these chocolate mice crawling on it. Her dish was a HIT!

Borrowed photo, tried and true!

Rating:
★★★★★ 4 votes
Comments:
Serves:
36
Prep:
20 Min
Cook:
5 Min
Method:
No-Cook or Other

Ingredients

chocolate almond bark
36
hershey kisses, unwrapped
1 jar(s)
maraschino cherries with stems, drained
1/2 c
slivered almonds
1
tube red (clear) gel icing
wax papper

Step-By-Step

1Line a cookie shee with waxed or parchment paper.
2Rinse the maraschino cherries, drain thoroughly, and let dry on paper towels, turning often. The cherries must be completely dry or the chocolate will seize and get crumbly.
3Place about 2-3 squares at a time of chocolate almond bark in a bowl and gently melt in the microwave. Be careful not to over process the chocolate. You want it melted but not liquid. Thick enough to get at good coating.
4Dip dry cherries in melted chocolate to completely cover up to the stem. Place on lined cookie sheet. Immediately press on Hershey Kiss, flat side to the front of the dipped cherry, to form a head.
5While chocolate is still warm, wedge two sliced almonds between chocolate chip and cherry to form ears. Let cool.
6Use a toothpick to dab nose and beady red eyes on either side of the Hersheys Kiss with the red gel icing.
7Refrigerate to firmly set chocolate.
8NOTE: Use both white chocolate and dark chocolate for a variety.

About Chocolate Mice - Dee Dee's

Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: For Kids