Harry Wong
Jan 2017
Vol 14 No 1

Hershey’s Kiss Mice – Cute & Delicous!

By Teachers.Net News Desk

Not a creature was stirring…not even a mouse! (until people got a look at this adorable holiday treat/decoration and started scooping them up!)

choc kiss mouse

Hershey’s Kiss Mice

Fun to make with kids!

For each mouse:

1 maraschino cherry with the stem
1 Hershey Kiss unwrapped
2 sliced almonds
melting chocolate
pink icing (optional)

  1. Melt the chocolate.
  2. Dip the cherry into the chocolate holding it by the stem. This will be the tail of the mouse.
  3. Then take the Hershey’s kiss and immediately stick it to the dipped cherry with the point out which is the nose of the mouse.
  4. You should then put the two almonds in between (just slide them down) the cherry and the kiss for the ears.
  5. Have them standing upright. You may take a little pink icing and put it on the tip of the kiss for a nose, but it looks cute even without.

Adults like these too!

choc kiss mouse

Submitted by: BHill
on the Teachers.Net Building-Blocks Mailring



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