Teddy Bear Biscuits

Teddy Bear Biscuits

"'Children can't resist helping to assemble these cute cinnamony bears before baking,' remarks Catherine Berra Bleem of Walsh, Illinois. 'Refrigerated biscuit dough makes them easy, convenient and fun!'"
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20 m servings
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Original recipe yields 3 servings

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  1. For each bear, shape one biscuit into an oval for the body and place on a greased baking sheet. Cut one biscuit into four pieces; shape into balls for arms and legs. Place next to body. Cut one biscuit into two small pieces and one large pieces; shape into head and ears and place above body. Brush with egg. Combine sugar and cinnamon; sprinkle over bears. Bake at 425 degrees F for 8-10 minutes (the one remaining biscuit can be baked with the bears). Place chocolate chips on head for eyes and nose while the biscuits are still warm.

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My son was doing "bears" at school (he's 3) and I sent the recipe with his teacher because she said she and the kids were going to make bear paws and I thought they would like this a little bett...

Keep in mind these are premade biscuits, and what a fun and easy way to make a toddler happy! My 2 year old loved these. I put them together and made sure they were secure, flipped them over, ...

My 3 yr old son loved this! not only the eating it, but he loved making it too. We changed it slightly to make it a little more kid friendly. We ommitted the egg wash. instead we devided the bui...

I made these for my boys for breakfast this morning and they loved them. I didnt use canned biscuits though, I used the "kentucky biscuits" from here. Very cute!

These are adorable! I am always looking for recipes to try when my neice and nephew stay over and found these. They are so quick and easy to make to. I used a pair of sharp scissors and the piec...

Great idea! I am always looking for a quick breakfast that my 3 and 6 yr. old will eat without arguing. They both gobbled these up. I wasn't sure if I was supposed to sprinkle all of the cinn...

My grandsons loved these. Ours looked more like Koala Bears. I also put more sugar and cinnamon on them (at their request) They are easy to make with very little time involved. They had fun ...

Update: I have made these several times now, to the point where if my boys see me making a can of biscuits, I can't get away with regular biscuits. It has to be in the shape of teddy bears! Than...

I didn't actually taste these, but the girls (7-9 years old)at my daughter's sleepover all loved them. They had so much fun forming the bears (and other designs) and raved that it was the most ...

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