Thu, Feb 16 2017 post by Tiffany Rudd From www.feelgreatin8

Bunny Bread

Your kids will be excited to eat veggies when they can dip them in this super cute bunny bread!

This adorable bunny bread with dip is perfect for Easter, or for getting your kids to eat more vegetables any time of year!

Bunny Bread: This adorable bunny bread with dip is perfect for Easter, or for getting your kids to eat more vegetables any time of year!

Hello! It's Tiffany from Feel Great in 8 and I'm excited to be back sharing another super fun recipe with you today!

Easter is just around the corner and this adorable bunny bread would be perfect for an Easter party.

Or, really it'd be perfect any time of year! My kids loved making this one with me and they devoured the veggies because they loved dipping them in his tummy. 

All you need to make this one is 8 Rhodes Dinner Rolls (I love the Cracked Wheat), 1 egg, your favorite vegetable dip (my family loves this Healthy Greek Yogurt Ranch Dip), and raisins or olives for eyes.

Bunny Bread - This adorable bunny bread with dip is perfect for Easter, or for getting your kids to eat more vegetables any time of year!

Once your roll dough is thawed you'll need to do some cutting and combining to create the different parts of the bunny body. 

Bunny Bread - This adorable bunny bread with dip is perfect for Easter, or for getting your kids to eat more vegetables any time of year!

Start with 8 rolls and then follow the instructions below to build the bunny.

Head - Combine two rolls

Body - Combine three rolls

Legs - Cut one roll in half and roll each halve into a ball to form the legs

Arms - Cut one roll into four pieces and roll two of the fourths into balls to form the arms

Ears - Cut one roll into halves. Roll each half into a snack and then fold over to form the ears

Nose - Cut one roll into four pieces and roll one of the fourths into a ball to form the nose

Cheeks - Cut on of the fourths in half and roll each of the eighths into balls to form the cheeks

Bunny Bread - This adorable bunny bread with dip is perfect for Easter, or for getting your kids to eat more vegetables any time of year!

Allow the bunny to rise for 30-45 minutes, or until doubled. Crack the egg into a bowl and mix well with a fork. Then brush the bunny with the egg wash. 

Bunny Bread - This adorable bunny bread with dip is perfect for Easter, or for getting your kids to eat more vegetables any time of year!

Bake at 350 degrees for 18-20 minutes, or until golden brown. 

Bunny Bread - This adorable bunny bread with dip is perfect for Easter, or for getting your kids to eat more vegetables any time of year!

Cut a circle in the middle and then pick out the bread to form a bowl for your ranch dip. Save the bread you remove, it is perfect for dipping!

Bunny Bread - This adorable bunny bread with dip is perfect for Easter, or for getting your kids to eat more vegetables any time of year!

Add raisins for eyes, fill the center with dip (you can find my favorite recipe right here) and then surround your bunny with lots of colorful veggies.

Then dip and enjoy! 

Bunny Bread

Servings: 8 | Skills: Intermediate | Prep Time: 10 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 20 min

Bunny Bread
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Ingredients

8 Rhodes Dinner Rolls
1 egg
2 raisins or olives for eyes
1 cup ranch dip, homemade or store bought

Instructions

Once the rolls are thawed, cut and combine them to shape your bunny. 

Combine three rolls to form the body and two rolls to form the head. 

Cut two rolls in half. Roll two halves into balls to form the feet and roll two halves into snakes and fold to form the ears. 

Cut the last roll into fourths. Use three fourths rolled into balls to form the arms and nose. Cut the last fourth in half and roll into balls to form the cheeks.

Allow the shaped bunny to rise for 30-45 minutes, or until doubled in size. Crack the egg into a bowl and mix well with a fork. Lightly bush the egg onto your bunny.

Bake at 350 degrees F for 18-20 minutes, or until golden brown.

Add raisins or olives for eyes. Cut a circle in the tummy and remove the bread to form a bowl. Fill with ranch dip and surround with colorful veggies. 

Dip and enjoy!

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