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Cinnacritters


By Prev Info - October 30, 2022

Cinnacritters

Betty Crocker's cinnabunny idea had me at hello. Of course, I had to try a few variations--cinnabunnerflies and cinnapuppies. They were easy, a ton of fun and--best of all--the kids loved them.

Supplies

  • Tube of refrigerated cinnamon rolls, 2 rolls per critter
  • Jelly beans and other assorted candies for decoration
  • Sprinkles and decorative sugars

Cinnacritters

These cinnabunnies from Betty Crocker are darling. Can't wait to try them.

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1 - The original instructions suggested unrolling the dough, but that didn't work very well for me. Instead, I used kitchen scissors to cut along the seams.

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2 - Form the unrolled dough into a dough "rope."

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3 - Cut a piece of dough from the rope and place it on a cookie sheet. Pinch two rolls into wing shapes, then press these wings onto each side of the straight piece (the body).

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4 - Bake your cinnacritters at 400 degrees for 13 to 17 minutes. Here's a baked cinnabunnerfly, waiting for its finishing touches.

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5 - Spread icing on the wings, then add sprinkles.

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6 - Cut two antennae from gummy candies, such as these green sour punch bites. Use a toothpick to poke small holes in the head, then insert the antennae.

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7 - Put dabs of icing below the antennae and add two dark sprinkles for eyes.

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8 - To make a cinnapuppy, use a dough rope to form droopy ears. Add jelly beans for eyes, nose and mouth, and a gummy Lifesaver collar.

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9 - Cinnabunnerfly, ready for its closeup.






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