Mouse Traps

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Honestly, this recipe is so simple, it needn’t really be a recipe. But it’s definitely a good idea as an after school snack for the kids, and you can fill it with just about anything you like.

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Mouse Traps
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Course Snacks
Cuisine NZ
Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Course Snacks
Cuisine NZ
Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Votes: 0
Rating: 0
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Rate this recipe!
Instructions
  1. Lightly grill both sides of the bread under a grill.
  2. Butter & spread marmite on one side of the bread.
  3. Add grated cheese on top of the covered side
  4. You can fill them with whatever fillings you like.
  5. Cook until the cheese melts and the bread is crunchy
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2 thoughts on “Mouse Traps”

  1. different from the mouse traps we had as kids
    mix chopped bacon and onions, one egg and grated cheese, salt and pepper
    spread onto bread and grill in oven
    i always lightly toast one side and spread mixture on other side

  2. I thought the key ingredient to a mouse trap was tinned spaghetti – I’ll let your imagination explain why – with a range of other ingredients such as cheese, bacon, onion etc, for us grilled on a tip top hamburger bun.
    I found myself on this page as I was trying to explain to my Australian wife what one was! She’s in for a treat tonight.

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