Monday, March 14, 2011

Kids Cat Rolls


Kids Cat Rolls
We made these Cat for a Joy School Activity- so they are easy enough for one adult to help 4 three and four year olds in making. I used Rhodes Frozen Rolls, which I always have in the freezer. Each cat uses 4 rolls (in the above picture, ignore the big roll on the right- one of the kids snuck that into the picture).

Directions:
Pull out 4 rolls about 2 hours before activity or until thawed but still cold (I put mine in the fridge once they had thawed until we needed them.)
Spray a cookie sheet with non-stick spray.
1. Take two rolls and smash them together. Roll them (like a snake). This is the cats body. Lay it on the cookie sheet.
2. Take one roll and roll it like a snake. This is the cats tail. Pinch it to one end of the cats body.
3. Take one roll (the last one) and flatten it out in the shape of a circle. Then using a pair of scissors, cut it in the shape of a heart with the bottom not so pointed. Pinch it to the other end of the cats body.
4. Take scissors and clip the dough. This makes it look like fur- see pictures below. You can clip as much or as little as you want.
Let rise for 20 minutes.
Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.




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1 comment:

Madeline and Family said...

This is such a creative idea! My duaghter would love it. Thanks for sharing.

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