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Pan de muerto - Bake-Street.com
Pan de muerto is the bread made to celebrate Day of the Dead. The strands and ball over the bread represent skulls and limbs. It is traditionally made with dough that begins with yeast and is left to rise twice. Today we want to share with you an easy recipe that can be made in less time using Pillsbury™ crescent rolls. Invite the children to help you create this fun recipe as you share with them this colorful celebration!