Thursday, 21 March 2013

Honey Bunnies

I ran across this adorable idea while clipping coupons today. Bridgford even has coupons in the Redplum insert in your local paper to help you save money, while making them.

Honey Bunnies 

1 pkg Bridgford Parkerhouse Rolls, thawed
¼ melted butter mixed with 1 tablespoon honey
24 Raisins
24 Slivered almonds

How to Make It

Lightly grease sheet pans. With lightly floured hands, roll a piece of dough between palms of hands to a rope approx 12-16 inches long. Continue with remaining pieces of dough. Place ropes of dough on lightly floured surface. To assemble bunnies; coil one rope into a circle on prepared sheet pan. Take second rope and cut off a 4-inch piece; set aside. Take remaining 8 inch rope and coil into another circle for head; placing it above the first coil. Take 4 inch piece and divide in half for ears. Attach to bunny head. Continue with remaining pieces of dough, placing bunnies 3-4 inches apart on prepared pans. Brush with honey butter. Let rise until double in size. Bake in a preheated 375° oven for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from oven and brush with additional honey butter. Let cool.With a tooth pick, poke holes for eyes and teeth. Take raisins (cut in half) and place in holes for eyes. Insert 2 slivered almonds for bunny teeth.

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