Resurrection rolls

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Resurrection Rolls are so effortless to make with crescent roll dough and marshmallows. Also identified as Empty Tombs, these Easter rolls signify the empty tomb following the resurrection of Jesus.

These rolls are a tiny bit sweet due to the marshmallows and some cinnamon sugar. They make a great addition to Easter breakfast. Resurrection Rolls are definitely tasty and only get eight to 10 minutes to bake. They are an Easter tradition your kids will adore.

These rolls are ideal for educating your kids the Easter story. Each ingredient has symbolism. The marshmallow represents Jesus. The butter and cinnamon signify the oils and spices used to annoint Jesus’s physique and the crescent roll dough currently being wrapped all around the marshmallow represents Jesus becoming wrapped in his burial clothing.

On the third day, the tomb was discovered empty. As the Resurrection Rolls bake, the marshmallow disappears and the rolls grow to be hollowed out. Such a wonderful visual lesson for young kids!

Suggestions for generating Resurrection Rolls:

Pinching the dough properly all around the marshmallow is key. Otherwise gaps will open up as they bake and the marshmallows will ooze out.

This recipe can easily be doubled.

Best eaten soon soon after baking.

To prevent the rolls from sticking to the baking sheet, use parchment paper.