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Sorcerer's Apprentice Broom Snacks

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These brooms might not be able to grow arms and carry buckets of water, but they are plentiful and just as adorable. These tiny brooms are a tasty, three ingredient delight that is sure to sweep your party guests off their feet.

Ingredients:
  • Mozzarella string cheese sticks
  • Tiny pretzel rods
  • Chives or green onion
Directions:
  1. Cut the cheese sticks in half.
  2. Using a small knife, cut the bottom part of each half into strips.
  3. Insert a pretzel rod into the uncut end of the cheese stick.
  4. Wrap cheese with chive or thin strip of green onion and knot.




poofrabbit2 years ago
Do you know, until I read this, every time I saw the picture, I thought the bottom of the broom was cheese (String)!! Onion make so much more sense and why they stay standing!
scoochmaroo (author)  poofrabbit2 years ago
They are string cheese. The onion is the green strip around the top.
Oh Scoochmaroo do I feel dumb!! I clicked in for the first time finally and breezed through the pictures, I saw the onion and thought OMG its onion not cheese. Now I read..cheese...oh silly rabbit! So, I'm still impressed they stay standing up with cheese! I now believe it is possible you are a witch and that is how you get them to stay up. :) Lesson learned I promise this rabbit will READ as well as look at all the pretty pictures in food instructables.
tinpie2 years ago
how great are these, so simple and wonderful.....great job
filmproj2 years ago
They were amazing! Tasted wonderful. It's a bit hard to master how to make them without it all falling apart, but once you get the hang of it....Amazing! Thank you so much for this share!
SHIFT!2 years ago
Wow, as a Disney fan I love these! Great job scoochmaroo!
Completely charming
wold6302 years ago
These are too cute. Definitely going to have to make them for my kids.
PitStoP2 years ago
Cool... Now all you need is a mop bucket! =)
...that is truly brilliant...
BrittLiv2 years ago
OMG I love these, great job!