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Thread: Easy Peasy! Bunny Salad!

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    Super Member BuzzinBumble's Avatar
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    Easy Peasy! Bunny Salad!

    Just kidding around with the first picture.

    Just in time for Easter and an old family favorite...Bunny Salad!

    You'll need...

    Base: Flat & frilly lettuce leaves
    Bunny bodies: Pear halves
    Cottontail: Cottage cheese
    Nose: Maraschino cherries
    Ears: dried Apricots, cut in half with a half toothpick stuck in the end.
    Eyes: chocolate chips, currants, or raisins

    Arrange on salad plates as shown in the picture.
    A huge hit with children especially!
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    Lara B.
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    CUTE! I will use this with a cool whip tail.

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    Thanks for sharing giggle giggle
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    Ha! Ha! very cute!!
    You know if your a quilter when you cleanup your sewing room and your family thinks your moving out!! Author U/K Sue

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    Been making these since I was a kid. We usually use pears cut in half for the ears. These are great when you have young kids.

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    I remember these! Thanks for sharing. DGD is coming over today. Wonder if I have the ingredients handy. They'd be cute at lunch.

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    Is that your bunny in the first picture? How did you get it to do that? Enquuiring minds....

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    Hi coopah! No it's somebunny else's. I wondered the same thing. They must have waited until their bunny needed a nap. Too cute for words. The image popped up in a search for photos of bunny salad. (It took me awhile to find where I had stored my own photo)
    Lara B.
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    Good recipe.....SUPER pictures.....HeeHee!

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    Cute recipe and loved the first picture!

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