Bunny Rolls

For many people, Easter tradition means Easter Egg hunts, candy, decorating Easter eggs, and celebrating the resurrection of Jesus.  We still do the Easter eggs and the real celebration, but we also add another tradition every year and that is making the most adorable rolls to ever be created…BUNNY ROLLS!  Here is the recipe.

Ingredients:

  • Frozen Dinner Rolls Dough
  • Raisins

Directions:

Frozen Dinner Roll Dough

Thaw frozen dinner roll dough overnight in refrigerator.

Bunny rolls

Place 1 thawed roll on greased cookie sheet (dough should be cold).  Gently press to form a 2 1/2″ circle, about 1/2″ thick for the head.  Form nose from a small part of the second roll.  Divide remaining 2nd roll into 2 parts to make ears and attach to head.

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Make whiskers with knife tip and press raisins in dough to form eyes.

Bunny Rolls

Let dough rise according to directions.  Bake in preheated 350° oven 15 minutes or until golden brown.  Roll butter over top to keep “bunnies” fresher longer.

Bunny Rolls

Complete Directions:

Thaw frozen dinner roll dough overnight in refrigerator.  Place 1 thawed roll on greased cookie sheet (dough should be cold).  Gently press to form a 2 1/2″ circle, about 1/2″ thick for the head.  Form nose from a small part of the second roll.  Divide remaining 2nd roll into 2 parts to make ears and attach to head.  Make whiskers with knife tip and press raisins in dough to form eyes.  Let dough rise according to directions.  Bake in preheated 350° oven 15 minutes or until golden brown.  Roll butter over top to keep “bunnies” fresher longer.

Glitter Polka-Dotted Easter Eggs

 

With Easter right around the corner I thought I’d do a post on one of my favorite childhood holiday crafts…Easter Eggs!!!  I discovered this unique way to decorate Easter eggs while moseying through pinterest.  All you need is some hardboiled eggs, glue spots (you can find them at Hobby Lobby) and, of course, glitter!

Check out A Pumpkin and a Princess blog for the whole tutorial.