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I absolutely loved this recipe it was so easy and its pretty hard to mess up as long as you can follow directions. <br/>I made it twice and both times everyone loved it, it goes way beyond your normal veggie platter! Easter was perfect with our little bunny (that didn't stay a bunny for long ) :)
be careful where the recipe says to put the egg bath on before the bread rises, when i did that and covered it with a cloth the bunny stuck to the cloth! put the egg on after the dough rises!
This turned out great and was very well received. I used double batch of "White Machine Bread" #10331 and followed the easy instructions to shape it. The sliced almond teeth went really askew during baking. I carefully removed them, poked the tip of a knife in to make 2 small slits where I wanted them to be and inserted the sliced almonds in the slits. When I make it again, I'll just add the teeth like this after baking.*******UPDATE*******4/23/11: I just made this for the 3rd consecutive Easter! I guess it's now officially part of our family tradition! Thanks again for a great recipe!
We got such a kick out of this. There wasn't any frozen bread at the store so I used the pilsbury french bread in a tube. It didn't rise when specified but did in the oven. The cheeks didn't stick on but it didn't matter, it still looked adorable. We massacred the bunny during our meal for bread.
I was going to my little nieces birthday party. My sister asked me if I would make something special to bring, so I thought this would be great for the kids and adults to munch on. The kids thought the bunny was so cute, and I have to admit, it IS a GREAT idea! The kids loved the celery and carrot sticks while the adults loved the broccoli, cauliflower, mushrooms and peppers. All in all it was really ENJOYED!!!
I made this for Easter and it was a huge hit! I used a bit less dough for the ears (which I added to the tummy) and made the thinnest ropes that I could to get thinner ears. Thanks to everyone who posted pictures so that I knew to do so. I served this with 2 dips: Ginger-Soy Vegetable Dip(33394) and Italian Vegetable Dip(29454). Thanks for a really adorable addition to our Easter table!
I just wanted to say I made this cute bunny for easter and everyone loved it! He turned out so cute but I have to admit the directions were a little confusing at first but I pressed forward and he turned out great. I made his ears(on accident) stick straight up unlike the photo of yours but my family liked him that way :) He was also very tasty-thanks much for a new family tradition
This is a great recipe. Do not be afraid to try it because it looks hard to do, just follow the steps and it comes together beautifully. It was the hit of our Easter gathering and will be on the permanent menu! I included the photo as we cut the tummy to make room for the dip, it was very funny I felt like I was performing surgery!
We had this for the table decoration for our Easter dinner and it was GREAT. So cute and the kids especially loved it.
This was FUN to make, although keeping the cheeks and nose in place was a challenge. I did make them smaller and had a tiny bit of dough leftover. Toothpicks didn't work all that well to secure. It didn't turn out perfect but I think it will make for fun conversations! I'm thinking even a teddy bear would be cute. I will be making this again. Can't wait to bring this to Easter dinner tomorrow! Thanks Wildflower!!!