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Strawberry Mice and Cheese Snacks

Thanks to Disney Magic of Healthy Living for sponsoring this post. Watch their fun-for-the-whole-family new video series Dishes Inspired by Disney and click here to get more healthy, magical recipes inspired by your favorite Disney movies.

I’ll admit – my favorite characters in Cinderella were always the mice. Hardworking, loyal, and so clever!!

So I was smitten with these charming  and healthy snacks — and you’ll be too! Even the littlest hands can help assemble, and everyone will enjoy this spin on the traditional “cheese and fruit plate.”

strawberry mice and cheese snacks

Hole in the baseboard strictly optional…

strawberry mice and cheese snacks

Strawberry “Mice” and Cheese Snacks – 2 strawberries/2 cheese + crackers serves 1

Strawberries
Sliced almonds
Reduced sodium string cheeses
Reduced sodium swiss cheese
Whole wheat crackers

For each serving, place two slices of swiss cheese atop two crackers – arrange on a serving tray and put aside.

Wash and dry the strawberries; remove the stem end and carve a small hole for the “tail.” Using a small sharp knife, slice off a bit of the underside of each berry, so that it sits flat.

Insert two almonds as shown, for the “ears”. Make the “tails” by peeling small, thin slice of string cheese (trim length if desired).

Place a strawberry “mouse” on each cheese/cracker; serve immediately.

Mickey Check

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This recipe was inspired by the video for Cinderella’s Dreamy Pumpkin Waffles from Disney’s new series Dishes Inspired by Disney. Check out the video below:

[videopost src=’http://youtu.be/JWZwGRY_4I8′]For the full Cinderella’s Dreamy Pumpkin Waffles recipe, visit Spoonful!

 

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