Cut a fourth off of one loaf of dough; shape into a pear to form head.
For body, flatten remaining portion into a 7x6" oval; place on a greased baking sheet.
Place head above body.
Make narrow cuts, about 3/4" deep, on each side of head for whiskers.
Cut second loaf into 4 equal portions.
For ears, shape 2 portions into 16" ropes; fold in half.
Arrange ears with open ends touching head.
Cut a third portion of dough in half; shape into a 3 1/2" oval for back paws.
Cut two 1" slits on top edge for toes.
Position on each side of body at bottom.
Divide fourth portion of dough into 3 pieces.
Shape two pieces into 2 1/2" balls for front paws; shape the remaining piece into two 1" balls for cheeks and one 1/2" ball for nose.
Place paws on each side of body at top of body.
Place cheeks and nose on face. Add raisins for eyes and almond for teeth. *You can secure cheeks and nose with pieces of toothpick to hold in place. You can also use a halved white jelly bean instead of the almonds if desired. *Do not use the jelly bean though until just before serving, or it will melt a little and get grainy. (So place the teeth on just before serving.).
Brush dough with egg.
Cover and let rise for about 30-35 minutes or til doubled.
Bake at 350º for 25-30 minutes til golden brown.
Remove to a wire rack to cool.
Place bread on a lettuce-lined 16x13" tray.
Cut a 5x4" oval in center of body.
Hollow out bread leaving a shell.
Cut bread into cubes for dipping.
Line hole in belly with lettuce leaves, fill with dip.
Surround entire bunny with bread cubes, fresh veggies and crackers for dipping.
*That is to be 2 (1 lb.) loaves of bread dough, there must be a glitch because it won't go through!