Saturday, September 14, 2013

Deviled Egg Mice for Halloween

I first saw these little guys at Easter and they were called bunnies, I've been waiting patiently for Halloween because I immediately saw Deviled Egg Mice! Lovin' my cute chive tails...
 The original picture on Pinterest HERE used black peppercorns for eyes. I used a Food Writing Pen.
If you use a pen allow enough room for it to bleed/spread.
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Simply stuff the egg, turn it over.
Cut a slice wide enough to insert the radish ears (cut the radish as thin as possible, thinner than mine).
Cut a little X in the back of the egg and insert the chive.
Add eyes-done!
They are a little sloppier than regular deviled eggs because you have to turn them upside down to eat them and the yolk mixture is sticky... But I think the kids can handle it:@)

And if you'd like one more mouse idea for Halloween These Hershey Kisses Mice are adorable!
Sometimes a mouse in the kitchen isn't such a bad thing:@)

Updated to show the Wilton Food Writer Pens I used, Walmart has a few different brands too.

32 comments:

  1. You have a winner invasion happening!
    These mice are welcome in the house.

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  2. Those are just adorable - love them.

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  3. Those are the ONLY kind of mice I'd like in my kitchen, Lynn! I can't wait to try the deviled and the Hershey kiss ones...fun, fun, fun! Happy weekend, my friend. xo

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  4. They are just adorable! all are cute garnishes

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  5. The eggs are very cute but I want the bun!!

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  6. How cute! And, so easy. I must live under a rock, because I've never heard of a food writing pen. Gotta check them out.

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  7. These are adorable. I "tried" to make mice from radishes, but yours are so much more successful with the eggs. My radishes didn't want to stand up...
    Sam

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  8. Too, too cute. Pinning! So glad I saw this. Take care - Dawn @ We Call It Junkin

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  9. Obviously, ,your mother didn't tell you to "never play with your food" LOL LOL LOL

    CUTE!!

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  10. Love it. Pinned!

    I have to tell you that I HATE those Wilton food markers. They are the worst! I usually like Wilton brand things, but these pens are bad. I even did a whole blog post about them. The Betty Crocker ones are great!

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  11. Really sweet!Love all pics! Thanks for sharing!
    Have a wonderful week!
    Hugs and love from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft
    www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

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  12. Deviled eggs are so delicious, and the mouse cupcake is making my mouth water! I always leave your blog hungry, Lynn!

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  13. The deviled eggs mice are so adorable! I think my grandsons would love them!

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  14. These mice are ridiculously adorable - so much cuter than regular old deviled eggs. Pinning for sure :) I'd be thrilled if you'd come on over to Pink Recipe Box and link up at Creative Wednesdays: http://pinkrecipebox.com/creative-wednesdays-with-pink-recipe-box-9/

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  15. These are sooo stinkin' cute....:))

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  16. Oh My God!!!! They are too pretty to eat! Really!
    If you want come and take part to Link Party "Back to Autumn" su Fragola e Cannella
    I'm waiting for you
    One kiss
    Nina

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  17. So cute! My grandkids will love these.

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  18. Gorgeous mice Lynn! I'm pinning these myself! And I'll have to look out for those food pens- I've never seen them before - so cool!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  19. Adorable mice. I could see just using a hard-boiled egg rather than stuffing it.

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  20. So fun Lynn! Love the radish ears :)

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  21. I've never heard of a food writer pen! Wow, this could be fun to have around, you certainly have made some adorable little edibles!! Very creative fun!
    Jenna

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  22. These are too cute! Thanks for sharing at Mix it up Monday :)

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  23. Very cute and if you set the mousy down on a diagonally sliced piece of carrot you can keep the stuffing intact when you pick it up!

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  24. How cute and fun is this. I love it. Thanks so much for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

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  25. Hi Lynn,
    Your little mice are just precious, what a great idea! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope you are having a great weekend!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

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