Ant's on a hill bread for Samhain/ halloween

Stormy Stewart


This ant mound with little ants crawing around is the perfect scary addition to any halloween table


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1 loaf bread
10 Min
30 Min


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loaf frozen bread dough
1/3 c
1/3 c
chocolate chips
black tube icing

How to Make Ant's on a hill bread for Samhain/ halloween


  • 1Defrost bread dough and allow to start to raise. Break into two pieces one twice the size of the other. Flatten both pieces. On the largestpiece put the raisins and chocolate in a circle in the center just smaller than the smaller flat bread piece. lay the small piece over the filling. Pinch up the ends so they keep the filling in. Place mount pinched side down on a greased round casserole dish . Make a slit at the top of the bread and place a chocolate chip in it.
    Cover and allow to rise. bake as package states and cool. Once cold decorate with tiny frosting ants running down the side. Make more for the bottom of the bread.
  • 2Ant notes: Make ahead on waxed paper and allow to dry to harden in freezer and they will come right off

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About Ant's on a hill bread for Samhain/ halloween

Course/Dish: Other Breads
Main Ingredient: Bread
Regional Style: American

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