Easter is coming and it is always fun to have a creative way to serve up your Easter Dinner. My kids love doing little things to celebrate the Holidays, and I love creating fun memories for my family. This Easter you can make some Easter Bunny Bread Bowls for Easter Dinner to fill with soup or veggie dip for your Veggie Tray!
They really are so easy to make and take just a little bit of imagination to create your own. If you have a hard time figuring that out…no worries…I have a step by step process to help so that you can make some too!
You will need the following to make ONE Easter Bunny Bread Bowl:
1 regular sized roll (make your own or store-bought)
1 bread bowl (make your own or store-bought)
2 regular chocolate chips
pink candy for the nose
knife and kitchen scissors
fresh parsley (Easter “grass”), optional
- Cut 1/4 of the bottom off of the smaller roll, leaving a small back section of the bread on the roll… so it can hang off the back of the bread bowl. This will give it some stability. Set aside.
- Cut the bread bowl so that you remove a small top section of the roll in a U shape. Leaving a ledge for the smaller roll to sit on.
- Dig out the insides of the bread in a large piece if possible so you can use some of that insides of the bread bowl for the Bunny’s tail. You can eat the rest of the bread insides with your soup if you save it.
- Take the top of the bread bowl you removed and cut out 2 ears. You can trim the inside of the bunny ears so they are flatter.
- Take the knife and slice a small hole where you want the nose. Push the candy nose in the bread. Poke a tiny hole for the eyes and then gently place the chocolate chip eyes in place.
- Take the bunny head and place it on top of the bread bowl ledge and secure it in place with three toothpicks.
- Slide the other two toothpicks into the bottom of the ears and then place them in the top of the roll for the bunny’s ears.
- Take a small piece of the bread you removed from inside the bowl and roll it into a ball and use it as the bunny’s tail.
- I took some fresh parsley and laid it down on the plate to serve as some “Easter Grass” to add to the fun and festive look!
- Store in an air-tight bag until you are ready to serve. These can be made in advance as long as they are stored properly.
Fill them with your favorite Easter Soup when you are ready to use. Serve them at your Easter Dinner or at an Easter Party. We filled this with our favorite Cheddar Broccoli Soup (recipe here)! And I added and extra bit of love to the soup with a special carrot bunny heart :)…
They are almost too cute too eat! But we managed to enjoy them along with our soup! You could also fill the bowl with your favorite veggie dip and add this to your veggie tray on your Easter Table, or some crackers and dip! There are a lot of fun ways to use this idea! Get Creative with it! I would love to hear how you would use it!
AND it’s that time again, 12 amazingly creative food bloggers sharing some homemade and super fun Easter treats for you! click over and and check every recipe out, this is some seriously cute Easter going on! I can’t wait to try some of these myself! Be sure to check out these other bloggers and their fun Creative Easter Food Ideas!
Homemade Peeps recipe and video tutorial from Ashlee Marie
Pistachio Salad Easter Peeps Dessert Cups from Mom Endeavors
Easter Bunny Crispy Treats from See Vanessa Craft
Mini NoBake Carrot Cake Cheesecakes from A Night Owl Blog
Cream Egg Cracker Toffee from Spaceships and Laserbeams
Bunny Bait from Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons
Carrot Cake Cupcakes from Mommy Hates Cooking
Mini Bunny Cakes from Happiness is Homemade
Strawberries & Cream Salad Shooters from Play Party Plan
Easy JELLO Peeps Cake from Strawberry Mommycakes
Easter Bunny Bread Bowls from The Idea Room
Chick Cookies from Two Twenty One
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