I kind of thought this up in the grocery store, but it turned out well. I used a package of Grand’s Cinnamon Roll dough from Pillsbury. Here’s how:
- I separated the dough into the five rolls.
- I unrolled about 1/3 of the outside layer of the roll and then pinched it up into two ears.
- I baked them on a greased cookie sheet, placed a few inches apart so they didn’t mush together.
- When there was still 7 minutes left they were looking pretty brown so I threw a piece of foil on top.
- I poured the icing on them as soon as they came out of the oven.
- Once they had cooled slightly, I stuck the candy eyes on the icing and used two white chocolate melts for cheeks and a red m&m for the nose. I cut a strawberry in half for the bow tie. I mean, who doesn’t love a dapper groundhog?! With a name like General Beauregard Lee I can’t imagine it any other way.
In other news, yesterday we celebrated Man Day. Think of it as Valentine’s Day’s brother. I make Honey breakfast in bed, fetch his junk food all day, mind the littles, do mass solo, prepare his dish of choice for the big game and keep the fridge stocked with beer. Our old bestie neighbors instituted this tradition and we always have fun with it. Here’s a peek into how the day shaped up…
These get made pretty much every year… using crescent roll dough, wrap up little packages of large marshmallows and dark chocolate chips. Plop each one in a greased muffin tin and bake.
A run for the border…
A yummy dip recipe compliments of Dimples and Tangles…
About 1/10th of the littles at the soiree we attended last night…
I posted last year, but couldn’t resist sharing again…
We love love loved the Coke ad. #MakeItHappy y’all. We try every.single.day.
Happy Monday, y’all!! #MakeItHappy
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