Sunday, April 4, 2010

Easter Bunny Bread

Just wanted to share my bunny bread! He was so easy to make, you need 2 loaves of frozen bread dough, thawed, veggie dip and veggies. Cut the dough into pieces to make all the body parts, cover, let rise. Brush with egg, bake 30 min at 350. Add 2 raisins for the eyes and sliced almonds for teeth. Let cool completely. Transfer bunny to tray covered in lettuce, I used romaine, cut out center of bunny belly, add a lettuce layer, and then your dill dip. Mine is 1 cup helmans mayo, 1 cup sour cream, 1T dill weed, and 1 T beau monde seasoning. Refrigerate dip overnight. 
Add all the veggies you want around the bunny and enjoy! 
Happy Easter everyone! 

32 comments:

Tracy's Trinkets and Treasures said...

Adorable. Almost too cute to eat.

Mom vs. the boys said...

that is the cutest thing ever!

the thrifty ba said...

love it!

KrisKay said...

That's awesome!! One for the files... Easter 2011! :)

Cotton Kiwi said...

That's very cool. I may have to do something simiar for my daughter's next birthday party. Thanks for sharing!

♥ LLL with Leslie ♥ said...

Very cute and creative.

Happy Easter to you :)

Unknown said...

That is AWESOME. Very few savory bunnies, which I love!

Amy Kinser said...

This is so cute. You did a great job and I agree with the others that it would be hard to eat it.

Rhonda said...

That is the cutest Easter bunny I've ever seen! I love this and want to try it this coming weekend as we celebrate Easter again at my Mom's! Thanks for sharing!

Allison Shops said...

That is just the cutest thing!

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Ann said...

What a fantastic idea! I love it...and suspose the possibilities are endless for the other shaped veggie trays. :) Thanks for sharing.

Martha said...

How cute!

Coleen's Corner said...

Dang! That is the cutest thing I've ever seen, and I'm old!

Kaysi said...

That is AWESOME!!! I love it! I would have a hard time eating it because it's so dang cute!

Catherine said...

Get Out! That's the cutest thing ever!

Kathysue said...

That is absolutely adorable. I made a basket out of bread one year and you put dyed un-cooked eggs in the top of it and when it bakes it actually cooked the eggs, I had my doubts but it really worked. I have never seen the bunny bread, it is too cute for words, Kathysue

Unknown said...

That is so stinkin' cute! I love him! I want to eat him up... oh wait, I can!!

Unknown said...

verrrry cute! gotta make this. love that its not full of SUGAR!:)

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Following you over from Trendy Treehouse’s Marketing Monday. I love this! I bet it was the item everyone talked about! I am loving and following your blog :)

MrsJenB said...

How. Stinking. CUTE!!!

I'm not sure what I'm a bigger fan of - the bunny or the dill dip! I looooove dill, like a lot, and I bet it tastes so good with the bread and veggies.

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Unknown said...

He's so cute!! I was close to guffawing when I saw him.... what a look he has on his little bread face.

Elaine said...

Hi, This is just so awesome. Definitely going to have to remember this for next Easter! BTW I'm now following you....I think your blog is really nice! :)

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Cherie Nelson said...

LOVE this! Now I can't wait until next Easter!

Brianna! said...

that is WAYYY too cute!

LOVE your blog!

Julie said...

So so cute and looks yummy! Thanks for sharing with Made it Monday! Jules

Prior said...

love your yeaster rabbit, too cute! Lezlee

Lisa Nelsen-Woods said...

That's so cute! But the twisted side of me would want to tell my guests to come have Bunny guts as an appetizer. I think this is why my family won't let me host a gathering, you think? :)

Jaime Leigh said...

I think I would have cried when he was eatten he is so cute!!!

Henrietta said...

aww! So cute! My daughter and I have decided to make this instead of making rolls for our family's Easter Dinner! thanks for sharing!

Jacqueline said...

Saw your darling bunny on Pinterest - don't you love that your recipes keep being seen with something great like Pinterest. We made it and will be eating it in an hour or so! Thanks! I can't wait until the kiddies see it