May 20, 2008

Beehive Bread

K is doing a 'Shoebox Project' for school. She chose to do her project on Utah. She's aquired lots of postcards and picture books from her Grandma Creswell to put inside her box. She has decorated it all by herself. I was very careful not to take over. This was very hard for me. And she did a great job on her box.

Since I have been making bread, as of late, I thought it would be fun for her to bring in some 'Beehive Bread', as part of her project. She loved the idea when I showed her a picture of the bread. It's only called 'Beehive Bread' because of the shape. If you flip it over, one could use it as a basket to put chips in or rolls. I thought it looked really cool so we decided to try it. And here it is. It was more work than I originally thought but we are going to make another one on Thursday so she'll have a fresh loaf to take to school. Doesn't it just make your mouth water? I can't wait to eat it for dinner! Yum.

7 comments:

Kristi said...

First how cool for makinley, that is awesome, she is adorable! And second that bread is awesome, way to go to make that I am very impressed!!

Bellblogging said...

Way impressed with the bread...looks awesome!

I'm good in July, let me know when!

Jylaire said...

I'm going to need to try that! It looks yummy!

Maren said...

Wow, that bread looks really cool! I don't think I'd ever attempt to make it-- looks way too hard for me!

The Cary's said...

Wow, that is impressive! Way to go!

Heather Jones said...

Wow that is so cool And looks so yummy!@!

Joey & nettifer said...

if you aren't the go getter mom! That looks so impressive! Was it yummy?