Keto egg mice

I'm sure we've all either heard it or said it: "don't play with your food!". Let's make an exception, as these small keto mice are so cute, you will almost not want to eat them. A super fun way to keep the kids busy in the kitchen and an instant success on the cheese platter. Win-win!
I'm sure we've all either heard it or said it: "don't play with your food!". Let's make an exception, as these small keto mice are so cute, you will almost not want to eat them. A super fun way to keep the kids busy in the kitchen and an instant success on the cheese platter. Win-win!
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12 servingservings

Ingredients

  • 6 6 eggeggs
  • 4 4 radishradishes
  • 12 12 fresh chives
  • 24 24 black peppercorn, wholeblack peppercorns, whole
  • 15 oz. 400 g cheddar cheese, or any other cheese

Instructions

Instructions are for 12 servings. Please modify as needed.

  1. Boil the eggs for at least 8 minutes so you can cut them into halves without the egg yolks running.
  2. Place the egg halves on a plate with the sunny side down. With the tip of a knife, cut two semi-circular slits for the ears. Cut the radishes thinly and gently push down two slices into each egg.
  3. Poke two tiny holes for the eyes and push in a black peppercorn for each eye.
  4. Put a chive leaf under each egg so it looks like a tail.
  5. Dice the cheese and place next to the mice.

2 Comments

  1. Marie
    What a fun way to present eggs ❤
  2. Karen
    Clever artistic addition to my Easter Feast.

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