Halloween Mini Mice Cakes – Cute Little Edible White Mice For Your Enjoyment!!!

These little mice cakes with chocolate inside will fill your tummy!!! Your lids would love it.

Sunday is the day of cleaning in our home. Me and my kids set out for the mission of cleaning our home. Even if you clean your home every day, intense cleaning of shelves, under-the-stairs place, and other intricate areas are possible only on weekends.

Halloween Mini Mice Cakes

My husband would love to give us a hand but he was off for a meeting in Toronto. We cleaned each and every corner of the house.

I took the kitchen, my daughter took the attic and my son took the living room. It was then that my son screamed out saying, “Mom… There is a mouse in our home…” I left my broom and rushed to the living room.

To my surprise, there was a small hole in the wall behind the sofa and there was indeed a mouse running around. My son jumped around and my daughter climbed on the sofa.

Apart from the fact that it is a mouse and it will destroy our clothes and papers, we were attracted by its white body and red eyes. We started following it till it ran out to the garden through the cat way. It was a fun moment for us and we talked about the beautiful mouse for a long time.

We then decided to make mice themed Halloween dessert and we bought Mice chocolate mold, sprinkles, candy coating and other ingredients. The white candy coating should be heated and poured into the mice mold to make mice shells.

Once they harden, fill it with cake fillings and close it with white chocolate again. The eyes and noses of the mice can be made with red confetti. Now that’s it!!!!! 😊😊😊 Our Mini Mice Cakes are ready!!!! Let’s eat the delicious little mice… 😊 😊 😊

Halloween Mini Mice Cakes

Print Recipe
Mini mice cakes
Course Snacks
Cuisine American
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
  • 1 cup Red Velvet Cake Pop Filling
  • 16 oz bag White Candy
  • Mice chocolate mold
  • Primary Confetti Quin Sprinkles
  • White fondant
Course Snacks
Cuisine American
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
  • 1 cup Red Velvet Cake Pop Filling
  • 16 oz bag White Candy
  • Mice chocolate mold
  • Primary Confetti Quin Sprinkles
  • White fondant
Instructions
  1. Place some of the white candy coating in a heat proof cup or bowl. Heat on half power in the microwave, removing to stir every 30 seconds until thoroughly melted.
  2. Drop a teaspoon or so of the melted coating into a mouse mold cavity and then use your paintbrush to dab and spread the coating up the sides of the mold to create a shell, making sure to fill the details of the feet. Do not fill the mouse’s tail.
  3. Place the entire mold in the fridge for 5 minutes to harden.
  4. Once the shells have hardened, push a tablespoon or so of red velvet cake pop filling into each cavity.
  5. After freezing the entire mold, pop the mice out onto a cutting surface and let them come back to room temperature.
  6. Pour out the primary confetti quin sprinkles and separate out a handful of red confetti.
  7. Use a toothpick to add a dab of coating on each eye and nose and attach a red confetto.
  8. Roll a pea sized piece of white fondant into a thin rope and taper it at one end. Cut the other end blunt so it can be attached to the back of the mouse.
  9. Dip the blunt end of the tail in some melted coating and then attach it to the back of each mouse.
  10. Let the tails dry for a bit and then the mice can be transferred to a serving tray if desired.

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