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To say I love Halloween is an understatement. Every year I think of something interesting to wear and serve! Even if I’m not throwing a crazy Halloween party like I did last year, there’s always a potluck or event to show off your creations. This year I settled on the idea of making some creepy yet delicious mice. They are covered in white chocolate and have a gummy center for a maximum gross factor.

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Creepy White Chocolate Halloween Mice


  • 4 oz white chocolate
  • 4 oz cream cheese softened and at room temp
  • 2 tbsps cookie crumbs
  • Wooden skewers
  • 4 oz white candy melts or white chocolate for dipping
  • Gummy candies
  • Red candies for eyes
  • Oatmeal for ears
  • Red laces for tails
  • 2 tsps oil


  1. Melt the white chocolate in a double boiler and once melted add the cream cheese
  2. Mix well and add the cookie crumbs
  3. Transfer to a smaller bowl, cover and refrigerate for 2 hrs or till firm
  4. Using two spoons divide it into 6 - 7 portions and drop onto a plate sprinkled with cookie crumbs
  5. Roll into a ball and insert a gummy candy in the center and skewer it from one end
  6. Pinch the other end to give it a mouse shape
  7. Heat up the chocolate in the microwave and add a bit of oil to make it more fluid
  8. Using a spoon, drop the chocolate over the mouse and cover completely allowing all the excess coating to drip off
  9. Once the chocolate is still tacky, insert the eyes and the ears and when the mouse is dry enough to touch, remove the skewer and insert the red tail.

Pictures from last Halloween