Sunday, September 25, 2011

Christmas Tree Bread

Today we have a fun project for the kids to help with; bread shaped like a Christmas tree! The recipe comes to you from Ms. enPlace. As she states the decorating possibilites are endless and it's a great way to use up those left over sprinkles and other decorations you may have from making Christmas cookies!

For the complete recipe and instructions click here and it will take you to Ms. enPlace. Happy Baking!

Photo used with permission from Ms. enPlace


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3 comments:

MM said...

Thanks for featuring my bread! I'm enjoying the Christmas countdown and look forward to seeing what's going on each day.

Tricia @ Recipe Roundup said...

You are quite welcome! I can't wait to make it with my son!

Dzoli said...

Yes I will keep thsi one to make with my daughter.Around pre Xmas she should be the right age to get curious in teh kitchen:)