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the world’s easiest bunny breadsticks

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I feel confident declaring these the world’s easiest bunny breadsticks to make, because I can’t fathom any less steps. In fact, I don’t even really know what to say about them, because they are so simple.

Yep.

Um…

So…

How are YOU doing? Tell me. What’s going on?

Are you cooking Easter dinner? Or brunch? I have the perfect bread to serve. Bunny breadsticks.

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They look exactly like bunnies, don’t they? I mean exactly. No confusion at all.

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how to make super easy bunny breadsticks

you will need:

1 (11-oz.) can Pillsbury® Refrigerated Breadsticks
baking tray
parchment paper
Preheat the oven to 375º F. Line a baking tray with parchment paper and set aside. Separate the breadsticks. With your  palms, roll a breadstick on the counter to form a ten-inch log. Hold both ends and form a “U.” Cross the top as shown.
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Repeat with all the breadsticks.
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Place on the baking tray (or two trays, if you need to) and bake for 12 to 14 minutes or until golden. TIP: Work quickly with the dough, if you can, and try and minimize handling. The more the dough is handled, the tougher the breadsticks will be.
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8 sweet treats for Easter and bonus easter egg decorating ideas

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Aah, another stroll through the archives for some of my favorite Easter treats to make. As always, find all the season ideas up there in the Seasonal button. There are a bunch of spring things in there, too. And at the end of this post I link to some Easter egg decorating ideas I did ages ago.

 

peeking bunny cookies

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Peeps in chocolate eggs

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cottontail cookie pops

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bow tie bunny cookie pops

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easy peeps cupcakes

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Standing lamb cookies

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easter marshmallows

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bunnies and silly chick cookie pops

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easter egg decorating

easter egg decorating ideas

 

 

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Just for Kix: Cereal box sandbox

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When I first made this “bring the outdoors in” cereal box sandbox it was snowing outside, I think. Now, spring is a little closer, but it’s still too chilly to run around the backyard barefooted.

Learn to make a sandbox from a cereal box HERE at Kix Cereal.

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Just for Kix: April Fools’ Day Food Tricks


You really kind of have to see these April Fools’ Day food tricks to play on kids. Cereal that fills up with blue milk. And even better, “chicken nuggets with ketchup” that are really cereal treats. Snicker, snicker. It’s like I’ve gone all April Fools’ Day crazy, first with the broccoli, now with the blue milk.

To learn to make crazy cereal and “chicken nuggets” cereal treats, click HERE to go to KIX.

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Just for Kix: Cottontail Easter Snack

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This one I’m hoping you get. You see, that (yummy, bold) white cheddar coated Kix snack in these cups is supposed to be the bunny tails. And those bunnies sit on the side of the cups. So at least one of the tails belongs to the perched bunny. That’s clear, right? I hope so. Even if a cup full of bunny tails cooooould be seen as a touch morbid, I think this crazy easy snack is the cutest thing ever, thank you very much.

Make white cheddar Kix AND find a free bunny printable HERE at Kix Cereal.

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