Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

Mouse and Cheese Breakfast

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Mouse and Cheese Breakfast

We made this Mouse & Cheese Breakfast a few weeks ago and my boys really loved it! It’s very easy to make…easy enough for the kids to help with!

Mouse & Cheese Breakfast

Pancake Mix
2 Eggs
Shredded Cheese
1 Mini Marshmallow
2 Mini Chocolate Chips
1 Chocolate Chip

We heated a pan on low heat and made a oval shape with our pancake mix… for the mouse body. We made 2 small pancakes for the ears. We cleaned up the body cutting around the edges with kitchen scissors. We saved these scraps to use for the tail. We beat 2 eggs with some shredded cheese and poured it into our pan….like you are making a omelette. We cut our egg circle into triangles…like you would cut a pizza. We stacked the egg slices on the plate to look like a big hunk of cheese…with a 3D look to it.

We cut a marshmallow in half for the eyes. We placed mini chocolate chips on top for the pupils. We used a regular chocolate chip for the nose. We used kitchen scissors to cut the whiskers using our pancake scraps.

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Super duper cute!! My kids will love it!

Lol…. This is so cute and so funny! Love how you make the cheese looks 3D.
Btw, thank you so much for including my apple umbrella on your back to school post.

Super cute! I love the mouse! ๐Ÿ™‚

You make food so much fun. Love this one. Thanks for sharing.

I love how you used an omelette as a wedge of cheese and the mouse is so cute!

This is such a cute breakfast idea. My kids would LOVE this. ๐Ÿ™‚

This is such a cute breakfast idea. My little ones would LOVE a breakfast like this one. ๐Ÿ™‚

Adorable & fun!

How cute is this?! My daughter is going to love it. Thanks for sharing.


How creative. I love it! Thank you for sharing this wonderful post with the Weekly Kid's Co-op. I'm Pauline and I blog over at I will feature this post as part of my roundup of this week's linky party and also pin a picture from your post onto our very popular Weekly Kids' Co-op Pinterest board :).

Making the mouse with a quesadilla, instead. Thanks for the idea!


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