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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Resurrection Rolls


Easter is a sacred holiday in my family.  I have been thinking about the resurrection of Jesus Christ and how to explain that concept to my four year old son. This recipe immediately came to mind. These sweet rolls start with crescentt dough, marshmallows, butter and cinnamon sugar.  I hope I had you when I said butter....everything tastes better with butter! If you like cinnamon rolls,  or anything ooey, gooey, sitcky and chewey. YOU WILL LOVE THIS!!!!!!!!!!

Making these treats is a great way to have a spiritually meaningful conversation  with your children. These sweet treats are basically crescents wrapped around a cinnamon sugar marshmallow that hollows when you bake it. During the baking process the marshmallow melts into the dough and dissappears.  This process  is a great way to help a child see the resurrection in a visual way that helps them connect the dots The finished product is a sweet roll oozing with sweet cinnamon goodness.  Even if you don''t have children, this is just a fun and easy recipe.

Here are step by step instructions:

Resurrection Rolls

1 10 ounce can refrigerated crescent dough
8 large marshmallows
1/4 cup melted butter
2 tablespoons ground cinnamon
2 tablespoons white sugar

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350

combine cinnamon and sugar and put aside

*Seperate crresecent dough into triangles. The crescent represents the tomb.
*Take one large marshmallow, which represents the body of Christ
*Dip the marshmallow in melted butter and roll in cinnamon sugar mixture. This represent the oils
and spices the body was annonited with upon burial
* Lay the marshmallow on the dough and carefully wrap the dough around the marshmallow (make sure the
seams are pinched together, or the marshmallow will ooze out of the seams
*Bake for approxximately 10-15 minutes (oven times vary depending on how hot your oven gets)
Remove from oven
Cool slightly

Break open the tomb and the body of Christ is no longer there!

Celebrate God's Love!

Use larrge marshmallows

Seperate dough into triangles

Dip marshmallow into melted butter and then roll in cinnamon sugar

My son insisted that this photo would have more style if I put his Thomas the Train in it:-)



Wrap your dough around the cinnamon sugar dipped marshmallow


Here is what the unbaked rolls look like


Fresh from the oven!


These are amazing warm...

Look at that melted butter, marshmallow and cinnamon oozing out...Doesn't that look good? Run to the store! This can be in your mouth in about 15 minutes.  These are simple and delicious and EASY. What are you waiting for?

A sweet lesson...

Enjoy your blessings!











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10 comments:

Lisa said...

Biting into these would be such fun and so yummy too. Great way to use a treat to teach an important lesson. By the way, stay tuned for tomorrow when I'll post the dessert I made with the chocolate sorbet.

Courtney Laura said...

what a great way to teach something so special to your son!
helps that they look so delicious as well! haha

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Meagan said...

They definitely look delicious and love how you are using them!
-Meagan
http://spunkychateau.blogspot.com

Keianna Johnson (KeeKeeAllNatural) said...

My goodness! That looks good...lol...I enjoy reading this post today. I liked how you desire to educate your son on your family beliefs & cooking something that he will remember forever as it relates to the subject at hand. Wonderful.

Shasie said...

What an amazing post! And such a great idea! I think I'll actually make these for Easter Sunday!

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Catina said...

This is a great idea! Now lil Glen and I have a nice Saturday afternoon activity!

Chanel said...

They look so yummy!!!!

LV said...

Thank you lovely ones! I hope you all make this for Easter or when you get the urge for something yummy and quick:-) These are so good!

Danielle Celeste said...

LV, you really hit it out of the ball park wit this post. Soulful, informative,sweet...inspirational. Praise Jesus!!

Minister of Style said...

You have no idea how much I love love this post for all kinds of reason. I love how you made something entirely relatable a teaching moment for your son.

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