Toddler Snack Idea: Hungry Mice

Healthy toddler snack idea: eggs in shape of mice. Make sure to serve these hungry mice with cheese. Picky eater approved!

Finding a toddler snack idea that my son will actually eat, isn’t always the easiest task. He’s going to be two in the next few months and is already a picky eater. After browsing All You Need Is Cheese for another blogging project,  I found some great inspiration.

On the website I found a creative recipe for mice made out of eggs, grapes and olives, all surrounding a pile of cheese in the center. It was too cute, and I really wanted to give it a try. Source

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I didn’t have any grapes or olives on hand so I made do with what I did have:

  • Eggs (hard boiled)
  • Raisins
  • Almonds (halved)
  • Cheddar Cheese

The mice are really easy to make, here’s how:

  1. Take your hardboiled eggs and slice them in half. Whether or not you leave the yolk in, is up to you.
  2. Slice your almonds in half to make the ears and cut up the raisins small to make the eyes.
  3. Cube some cheese.
  4. Put the mice together, I had to make little cuts for the raisins to stick in where the nose would be. The almonds stayed in great.
  5. Arrange the snack with the “mice” surrounding the cheese, or getting ready to eat it.

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Healthy toddler snack idea: eggs in shape of mice. Make sure to serve these hungry mice with cheese.

My son took delight in the presentation, I could tell he was almost as thrilled as I was. He ate a lot of the cheese, picked off the raisins and almonds but left the eggs alone. He wasn’t a fan of eggs to begin, but I thought disguising them would help a bit. I’m sure it will when he’s older.

Looking for more fun ideas? Check out my Healthy Kids Breakfast Idea.

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What’s your favorite toddler snack?

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14 comments on “Toddler Snack Idea: Hungry Mice”

  1. This is absolutely GENIUS! I’m going to make this for my littlest. She’ll love it.

  2. hehe, so cute! I wonder if my boys would like hard boiled eggs, I will have to give this a try

  3. What an adorable idea! So cute. I will have to improvise because my son is allergic to eggs, but I am sure I can come up with a great substitute. Thanks for the idea!

  4. Randa, your new website looks great! I love the little mouse snack that you recreated here; very cute that hard-boiled eggs make the little mouse bodies.

  5. Such a cute idea. I know my children would really enjoy those cute little mice. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Oh my gosh! So cute! I’m going to do this for Little One’s lunch tomorrow!!!

  7. These are completely adorable, my son refuses to eat egg so I might give this a try to encourage him!

  8. Now that is a snack my girls would love. So cute, and healthy too 🙂

  9. That is so cute and my toddler loves everything on that plate (at least some days, you never know with that kid!) pinning to make!

  10. My daughter would absolutely love this!

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