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Healthy Halloween Mice (no-bake, vegan, gluten-free)

No bake, vegan and gluten free healthy Halloween mice tastes like a no bake brownie!!! Made with almond butter, almond flour, maple syrup, cocoa powder and melted chocolate, this healthy Halloween treat is surprisingly easy to make. 

healthy halloween mice

Ain’t these healthy Halloween mice the cutest ??

I mean they are supposed to be creepy….

Perfect Halloween project that both little kids and adults will enjoy making. 

Aaaand…so healthy!

The team players in this Halloween Mice treat:

  • Almond flour
  • Almond butter
  • Cocoa powder
  • Maple syrup
  • Chocolate chip
  • Pumpkin seeds (to make ears)
  • Sesame seeds (to make eyes)
  • Pretzel twist (to make tail)

Super healthy right? ALMOST!!

Halloween Skull Linzer Cookies<—– Cute Homemade Halloween treat

Finger Cookies with Almond Nails

Skull Pizza Recipe

Bone shaped Cookies for Humans

Halloween Skull Chips and Salsa <—- Another easy Halloween party appetizer

Let me show you how to make these Healthy Halloween Mice treat: 

Step-1: Melt almond butter, maple syrup and chocolate chips in microwave. Once it gets hot, stir well until becomes smooth (refer pictures above).

Step-2: Add almond flour,cocoa powder and salt. Stir well and make into a smooth dough. (refer picture below 1-2-3)

Step-3: Divide healthy brownie dough into 6 portions and shape each into balls (refer picture below —> step-1)

Step-4: Shape each ball into oblong shapes (refer picture below —> step-2)

Step-5: Shape one end pointed to form the face (refer picture below —> step-3)

(We will be using pretzel twists, pumpkin seeds and sesame seeds for tail, ears and eyes respectively)

Step-6: Break pretzels to get curved parts for tails (refer picture below left).

(Sliced almonds may be used instead of pumpkin seeds. Make sure you select smaller ones to make the ears appropriate size for the mice). 

Step-7: Insert tail portions into the rounded ends (refer picture below on the left —> step-1)

Step-8: Using water as glue, dampen (not dripping wet) pumpkin seeds and insert for ears. (refer picture below on the left —> step-2)

Step-9: Again, using water as glue, dampen (not dripping wet) place sesame seeds for eyes. (refer picture below on the left —> step-3)

Let rest at room temperature overnight to firm up. 

How long can this Halloween healthy snack idea be stored? 

Store healthy Halloween mice in an air tight container for up to 4 days. 

Make it and watch all the kids squeal with excitement! Yeah, i had to go there:) 

f you love these mice, then you might like the healthy Halloween recipe, there check out this part healthy Halloween Clementine Witch and Edible Broomstick

Why are you gonna love this Halloween healthy treat? 

  • No bake
  • Super easy
  • Creative
  • Impressive
  • Fun
  • Cute
  • Kid friendly
  • Healthy
  • Vegan
  • Gluten free
  • Dairy Free
  • Fun kids project

More recipes using almond flour:

Cranberry Almond Croissant

Almond Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies

healthy halloween mice

If you love this healthy Halloween recipe, then you might these easy Halloween treats:

Halloween Clementine Witch and Edible Broomstick – Adorable, cute, fun Halloween clementine witch and edible broomstick will make a unique treat for all your neighborhood trick-or-treaters! Part healthy and part sugary treat is a win-win for both parents and kids. Fun to make and fun to eat Halloween food snack. 

Owl Grilled Cheese Sandwiches – Spooktacular grilled cheese!!! Everyone’s favorite grilled cheese turned into a perfect Halloween sandwich. 

Creepy Pizza Hands – Bloody, burnt hands!! These hand shaped pizzas are perfect for Halloween.

Spooky Tree Cookies – Tender, buttery, crisp, whole wheat, walnut shortbread cookies that are perfect for Halloween

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5 Ingredient No Bake Brownie Mice

5 ingredient, no bake brownie mice might be the best healthy-ish, creepy-ish treat that you will make this Halloween season! Easy, no bake, no cook (almost), gluten free, dairy free and vegan too.
Prep Time1 min
Cook Time1 min
Total Time2 mins
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: edible mice, halloween mice
Servings: 6 mice
Author: Maria Doss


Mice body

Additional ingredients

  • 12 pumpkin seeds, refer notes
  • 12 white sesame seeds
  • 6 (or more if required) pretzel twists (use gluten free for gluten-free option)


Make mice body,

  • Add almond butter, maple syrup and chocolate chips into a medium microwave safe bowl. Melt for about 45 seconds or very hot. Remove from microwave and stir well, until it becomes a smooth mixture. 
  • Add almond flour, cocoa powder and salt. Stir well to make a make a smooth dough (use hands to finish shaping the dough smooth). 
    Dough should be soft yet slightly firm. 
    If it feels too soft to shape, then add about 1/2 tablespoon (or more if required) additional almond flour and knead again. 
    If it feels too firm to shape without cracks, then add couple of drops of water (or more if required) and knead again. 
  • Divide dough into 6 portions.
    Working with one portion at a time, shape into a smooth ball. Form the ball into a oblong shape and then make one end pointed to form a mouse (refer pictures)

Finish mice

  • Break pretzels gently to get curved pieces (refer pictures). I was able to get one tail piece from each pretzel.
  • Insert a pretzel into the rounded end of each mouse to form the tail.
  • Have a small bowl with about 1 teaspoon of water and a paper or kitchen towel handy. 
  • Dip the tip of your finger in water to dampen (not dripping wet - gently blot off excess in a paper or kitchen towel). 
    Dampen the eye area (refer pictures) with the wet fingertip and then using the same finger gently place two sesame seeds on the dampened area (this will help it stick as it dries).  The sesame seeds will stick to your damp fingertips and help in transferring to the mice very easy. 
    Similarly, wet two pumpkin seeds and blot excess water on the paper or kitchen towel. Insert dampened pumpkin seeds into the ear area (refer pictures). 
  • Let brownie mice rest at room temperture for several hours or overnight to firm up. 


  1. Sliced almonds can be used instead of pumpkin seeds
     2. The dough should be soft yet slightly firm
      -If it feels too soft to shape, then add about 1/2 tablespoon (or more) additional almond flour and knead again. 
     -If it feels too firm to shape without cracks, then add couple of drops of water and knead again. 
    3. If you do prefer to have it less chocolatey, then decrease the cocoa powder to about 2 1/2 tablespoons and increase almond flour accordingly. 
    4. Measure maple syrup and almond butter in a dry measuring cup ( and not a liquid measure), to ensure that the measurements are precise. 

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Recipe Rating

Lewis Johnson

Thursday 24th of January 2019

These are so cute!

Maria Doss

Friday 25th of January 2019

Thank you:)

Kim Lange

Monday 15th of October 2018

Those are the cutest mice ever and the only mice I want to have around my house. :) Pinning!!

Maria Doss

Friday 19th of October 2018

He he,,,thanks Kim :)

Katherine | Love In My Oven

Thursday 11th of October 2018

These are SO awesome! I can't wait to try these, I love the ingredients you've used! They are a bit creepy, but also cute. Definitely Halloween treat perfection!

Maria Doss

Friday 19th of October 2018

Thank you Kathy:)

Ashika | Gardening Foodie

Thursday 11th of October 2018

I am TERRIFIED of real mice, but these are just so cute, now why can't real mice look this cute. This recipe looks so delicious and fun Maria, I would love to give these a try. Thank you for sharing...have a great weekend :) '

Kelly @ Kelly Lynns Sweets and Treats

Wednesday 10th of October 2018

Totally healthy!! Chocolate is good for you anyways! These are super cute....I just want to bite into one. I wonder if I could sub the almond flour for coconut flour?? I might have to try :)