Easy Recipes for Easter Sunday: Cinnamon Roll Bunnies “Cinnabunnies”
What is Easter like at your house? Whether you host an Easter family get together or travel elsewhere the day can be hectic. Make your Easter a little more fun and a little less chaotic with easy recipes for Easter Sunday like this one.
Whether you’re heading out to celebrate Easter or having everyone over to your house, you and your family have got to have breakfast. After all, it’s the most important meal of the day, right? Instead of spending hours preparing a hearty and healthy Easter breakfast, turn to easy recipes for Easter Sunday like this adorable cinnabunnies breakfast treat.
Not only is this easy recipe for Easter Sunday breakfast well, easy, it’s also beyond cute and yummy. Trust me, this is just the thing to get your family in the Easter spirit. Turn the family fun up a notch by letting the little ones help decorate their cinnabunny.
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*These ingredients will make 4 Cinnamon Roll Bunnies. 1 bunny = 2 servings.
1 package of 8 ct. Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls
1 package of raisins
1 package of almond slices
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and line a baking sheet with parchment paper or foil.
2. Open the Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls and discard the can. Set the frosting off to the side for later use.
3. Place 4 cinnamon rolls on the baking sheet spaced several inches apart.
4. Unroll the other 4 cinnamon rolls and cut each strip in ½.
5. Fold each strip in half and gently press onto the top of the whole cinnamon roll on the baking sheet to make the bunnies ‘ears’.
6. Repeat with all the cinnamon roll strips.
7. Bake the bunnies for 12-15 minutes.
8. Remove the cinnamon rolls from the oven and allow to cool a few minutes.
9. Spread each bunny with the frosting you set aside earlier.
10. Using the raisins and the almond slices, give each bunny 2 eyes, 1 nose, and 2 almond teeth.
Do you know of other easy recipes for Easter Sunday? Share them in the comments (please).