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  1. Valerie @ glitteringmuffins.com

    Nico loves bread! We'll have to try this, thanks for sharing 🙂

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  2. Oooh this is fantastic! My daughter loves playdough and is also all about cooking right now so it would be perfect for her. Can't wait to give it a try! 🙂

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    • Danya Banya

      Hope she has fun! And things taste so much better when they made it themselves! xx

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  3. Awesome Danya, this is something I could do with the girls no worries, and we'd even have lunch at the end of it!
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    • Danya Banya

      We've made lots of variations over the past year or so and they've all worked out really well. Food tastes so much better when the kids have helped make it. 🙂

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  4. Brilliant I am going to have to try this with my kids – I know they will love playing with it and then eating it.

    Thank you for linking up to Tuesday Tots last week and just to let you know that I will be featuring this over on Rainy Day Mum this week.
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    • Danya Banya

      Yay, thanks so much for featuring! I hope your kiddos enjoy making, playing and eating these too! xx

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  5. Kirsten

    Hey Danya, I'm currently an ESL kindergarten teacher in China and we just made these rolls using normal yogurt (had to cut down the amt since it's more liquidy) and chocolate chips. My kids are 4 and 5 years old and this was such a fun and yummy motor skills activity! Some of the creative ones made moon and flower shapes. Thanks so much for the recipe. Love how versatile and forgiving the dough is. Will definitely be using again in the future! Can't wait to try some other variations. I'm thinking orange zest and cranberry ^_^

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  6. Jena

    Hey I teach kindergarten and I want to make this bread. Is the recipe for one child?

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    • Yes, each child made their own batch – but they each made two or three bread shapes with it. (What you can see on the baking tray on the right is the combination of all three kids’ doughs.)

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