Bun worm for children’s birthday: thermomix recipe

A bun worm is a fun idea for a child’s birthday in kindergarten or as a dinner. You can either get the recipe for the great party rolls with the Prepare Thermomix or the conventional way.

You can spice up your bun worm, which is also known as Tatzelwurm, with tasty skewers at your convenience. Children love sausage slices, grapes, party tomatoes, small pickled cucumbers, olives and much more. There are no limits to your imagination when putting the skewers together. .

Incidentally, the dough is a very simple pizza dough, which we refine with herbs and a little garlic oil. You can also do it the evening before to bake, because the rolls still taste delicious the next morning. And if you prepare the ingredients for the skewers in small Tupper cans (wash vegetables and fruit, cut cheese cubes and sausage slices), then the preparation will be quick the next morning.

  • For the bread dough
  • 30 g of olive oil
  • 220 g of lukewarm water
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • ½ cube of fresh yeast
  • 400 g of flour
  • 1 teaspoon of dried pizza herbs, oregano or thyme
  • 1 tsp salt
  • For painting
  • 50 ml of olive oil
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • For decoration
  • 1 Babybel
  • cheese cubes
  • olives
  • grapes
  • hot dog
  • gherkins
  • Party tomato
  • some carrot or paprika as a tongue

Preparation of the bread dough with the Thermomix

First you put the water, the sugar and the yeast in the mixing bowl and stir it for 25 seconds on level 2. Now you add the remaining ingredients for the dough, set the clock to 2 minutes and start the kneading stage. Then put the dough in a greased bowl and leave it in a warm place for about an hour.

Preparation of the bread dough in the usual way

Mix the yeast and sugar in 50 ml of water.

Put the flour in a bowl and press a well into it – this is where the yeast mixture comes in. Let the mass rise in a warm place for 15 minutes until bubbles form on the yeast.

Now you add the remaining ingredients and knead everything into a smooth dough, which should then go in a warm place for an hour.

Turning into a bun worm

Pour the olive oil into a small cup to brush and press the cloves of garlic into it.

When your dough has risen enough, take it to yourself and first form a large bun that forms the head of the worm. Then you form many small buns, which you connect to the head in a serpentine shape. You don’t have to connect the rolls, they’ll do it in the oven by themselves.

When your dough is used up, you can brush it with the garlic oil. Then put the baking sheet in the oven preheated to 250 ° C and bake the bun worm for about 20 minutes.

In the meantime, you can prepare your skewers, for which you can use ingredients as you like. In addition, you cut a piece of carrot or pepper so that you can later stick it in the caterpillar’s mouth as a tongue. Halves the babybel and sticks two small cloves into it as pupils.

When your bun worm is baked, you can she with the prepared skewers. You can also use a toothpick to attach the Babybel eyes to the worm head and stick your tongue in your mouth.


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Christina Cherry
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