Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Bunny Boules

I took this to a party tonight as my contribution for the appetizer.  As a matter of fact, I've already made it twice this spring, and it has been a big hit both times.  It was easy as can be.  It's a large bread round, a small one, and a baguette made into a bunny and filled with spinach dip.  Then just surround it with veggies and in just a few minutes, you have a fun way to serve an appetizer.  I found the basic idea on Pinterest, but I've lost my notes about the source.

Who wouldn't love this face?  I used Kalamata olives to make a nose and eyes and added some very small birch sticks for whiskers.

I haven't made spinach dip in ages, but I always used to use Knorr's dry vegetable soup mix for it.  I looked for it at two different grocery stores and I couldn't find Knorr's products at all, except for bouillon.  Have they stopped making it?  I substituted Lipton's and it was very good.  I also used light sour cream and mayo.  Times change, right?  This might even make children want to eat their vegetables.

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4 comments:

  1. Linda~ Your Bunny Veggie Dip is adorable! You should hop over and link this to OTMM with Yvonne at StoneGable :)

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  2. This looks cute and tasty. Thank you for sharing.
    Pat

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  3. Your bunny is adorable. I love it. What a fun idea for kids of any age. Plus it's a great excuse to make spinach dip. :-)

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