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Mouse

By Gosia

Preparation time:   |   Servings: 1 Pear mouse dessert for kids

My daughter's friend has a cat and his last favorite game is running after a small white mouse:) Girls had a lot of fun playing with him lately and making him run all over the house. So one day, I made this cute little mouse for dessert. My daughter loved it!

 

Ingredients

  • 1/2 of pear
  • 1 strawberry
  • 1 raspberry
  • 1 chocolate biscuit stick
  • 1 slice of dry mango
  • 1 raisin

Did you know that mice are primarily nocturnal animals, with poor eyesight but strong sense of hearing, and great sense of smell that they rely on to locate food and avoid predators?

Preparation

Pear mouse dessert for kids step1 Step1

Peel the pear and remove all seeds. Cut off two slices of the strawberry to make the mouse ears. Cut the raisin in half for the mouse eyes. Cut chocolate biscuit stick in 4 pieces for the mouse moustache.

 

Pear mouse dessert for kids step2 Step2

Place the pear on the plate. Make two small grooves on each side of the pear and insert the strawberry ears there. Make two small holes in front of each ear and insert the raisins to create eyes. Put the raspberry on the top of the pear to make the mouse nose. Insert gently chocolate biscuit sticks in between the nose and the eyes to make the moustache. Place a slice of dried mango to make the tail. Enjoy!

Mouse dessert

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