Easter Bunny Bread
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + rising Bake: 25 min. + cooling
So fun! My kids love it! I've also made it into a bear for a baby shower. I wonder if I could make Santa or a Turkey?
I make theis every year and it’s a huge hit! Instead of dip I make cinnamon honey butter.
Although it did not come out as pretty as the picture, it was a delight making for Easter. I used chocolate chips for the eyes rather than raisins.
Made a "practice" loaf today for upcoming Easter. It turned out great! Can't wait for the family to enjoy on Easter!
I made this at Easter and believe I have found a new tradition! Not artistic at all, but this was amazingly easy. My only 'issue' was finding a room warm enough for the bread to rise; took about 90 minutes to completely rise.
Loved this! Especially yummy was dipping the bunny bread in the dip. Everyone wanted to know how to make it. Thank you Taste of Home!
An Easter tradition for us! But definitely use homemade bread (your favorite recipe that makes a 2# loaf), not some store-bought frozen stuff!
easy recipe that my children love! This has become a tradition my little ones look forward to each year. It is easy to make, looks great, and kids can help with too!
We've made this bread for four years now. It's cute, yummy, and a great healthy appetizer for everyone.
Easy to follow instructions. Finished product looks exactly like the picture. Big hit with the family. Tastes great too, although no one wanted to cut into it, they thought it was just too cute.