Monday, April 18, 2022

Empty Tomb Resurrection Rolls



Are you looking for a Christ-centered tradition or activity to do with your children at Easter?

These Empty Tomb Resurrection Rolls are a great choice!

They are simple, easy, and fun and don't take a lot of time.


Here is all that you need:

-cinnamon sugar mix

-Pillsbury crescent roll dough

-large marshmallows

-melted butter


Symbolism:

Marshmallow- Jesus' Body

Bread - linen wrapped around his body or tomb

Oven - tomb

Empty roll - Jesus has risen


DIRECTIONS:

1. Take marshmallow and dip it in egg and then the cinnamon sugar mix. 

2. Wrap with a strip of crescent dough. 

 





*Make sure you pinch the edges tight really good or it could pop open!

3. Pop into a greased muffin tin. Butter the tops and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar mixture. 




4. Bake in oven at 375 degrees for 12 minutes.

5. Take out the rolls and let cool. 





When you take a bite the marshmallow will have melted and left an "empty" tomb.






They are delicious and easy and taste a lot like monkey bread. 

I hope that if you try these that you will enjoy them as much as our kids do!


What are some of *your* favorite Easter traditions?



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