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Mouse cheese on biscuits
Mouse cheese on biscuits
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These small mice cheeses on biscuits are both delicious and fun to make… and to eat! Why not letting the kids help preparing them so you all can have a fun time in the kitchen while creating these small treats? You can personalize the mice after what you have at home, and do I need to say this is a perfect choice for a birthday party snack.

Ingredient List for 8 servings:
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8 Triangle cheese like The Laughing Cow
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2 Radishes
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16 Black pepper corns
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10 gr Ham
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10 Chive straws
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8 Round salty biscuits
Instructions:
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Place the biscuits on the plate you will serve them on.
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Put 1 cheese on each biscuit.
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Place 2 pepper corns on each cheese as eyes.
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Cut the ham in small pieces and place as a nose on each cheese.
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Cut the radishes in half and then in thin slices and place 2 on each cheese as ears.
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Cut 2 chive straws in 4 and place in the back of the cheese as tails.
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Cut the rest of the chive straws in short length and place 3 on each side in the front of the cheese, this way you will have the whiskers for the mice.
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