|Secrets of Good French Cooking|
|by Pierre Paillon|
The artistry of French culinary skill is perhaps unmatched in all the world...and so difficult to achieve.
Results 1 - 8 of 8 for bunny rolls
Dissolve yeast packet ... and egg. Add roll mix. Mix well. ... look like a bunny. The other ... milk and vanilla in small bowl. Decorate bread as desired.
In mixing bowl ... portions. Shape each bunny on lightly greased ... for nose and roll into a ball; ... mouth, buttons, bow tie as desired. Makes 6 bunnies.
Soften yeast in ... make twist bunnies: Roll out a 14 ... round part of bunny for tail. To ... confectioners' sugar, add: Mix well. Add: Makes about 2 dozen rolls.
In large bowl, ... in 15 pieces. Roll each to 20 ... make bunnies, coil rolls for body, head, ... and glaze with 1/2 cup honey and 1/2 cup butter, melted.
In large bowl, ... half, cover rest. Roll half into 13 ... brush top with egg/water mixture and sprinkle with sesame seeds. Bake 12 more minutes. Makes 2.
Spread peanut butter ... in half and roll into a ball. ... or currants for eyes and tiny piece of pimento for nose.. bunny sitting on lettuce bed, yummy!
1. Grease cookie ... oven.) 3. Place rolls on cookie sheet. ... directed on package. After Bunny Bread is cooked, add icing, if cinnamon rolls have been used.
For each serving, ... upside down. Make bunny with narrowed end. ... Use cinnamon for nose. The almonds are for ears. The cottage cheese ball is the tail!
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