Eat Drink & Be Mary: Resurrection Rolls

4.15.2014

Resurrection Rolls



It's Tuesday my dears, which can only mean one thing; I'm back sharing another Easter recipe.  Just like last week's recipe, these Resurrection Rolls are easy to make and don't take a lot of time to prepare.  Right up my alley!  And perfect for Easter, which is less than a week away.  Yay!  Which means that I'll be in SC in less than a week to celebrate this egg-cellent holiday with my favorite kids.




And have no fear this recipe won't be time consuming and is the perfect way to tell others how our God is alive.  Resurrection Rolls are obviously to represent the resurrection of Jesus Christ.  And what a tasty way to tell other's about it.  The rolls tombs start with a marshmallow in them, and when they're done cooking, the rolls "tomb" is empty--just like when Christ was buried in the tomb and three days later he had risen.   


Resurrection Rolls 
Ingredients:
+ 1 (10oz/8 count) can of refrigerated crescent dinner rolls
+ 8 large marshmallows (or 24 minis)
+ 1/4 C melted butter
+ 1 tbsp ground cinnamon
+ 1 tbsp white sugar 
+Cookie Sheet
**the orignial recipe called for 2 tbsp of cinnamon and sugar, but I often find that I end up with too much excess cinnamon sugar that I cut it in half.  And still had extra.  Plus you can always make more.


Instructions:
Preheat oven to 450.
+ Melt butter. 
+ Combine cinnamon and sugar in a small bowl and set aside.
+ Take a marshmallow and dip it in the butter, then cover it with the cinnamon sugar mixture, and then roll it in a crescent roll.  Make sure to pinch the sides in, so the melted marshmallow won't melt out.  
+ Set roll on the cookie sheet, and repeat with the rest of the marshmallows.  
+Bake on 450 for 12-14 minutes, or until golden brown.  
+Let cool and share with your friends along with the message and meaning behind this wonderful upcoming holiday.  Because He's Risen for goodness sakes.



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25 comments:

  1. Oh these look so good! I'd never heard of them before. I wish I could eat them! ;)

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  2. I've had these before and they are SO GOOD!!!!!! I could seriously eat an entire batch! Bad news! hahaha

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  3. OMG! My mom makes resurrection rolls and NO ONE else has heard of this! So glad to see you do it too!

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  4. Those look absolutey delicious. I'm definitely going to have to try this recipe!

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  5. My husband actually brought these rolls into my life. His mom made them for him growing up and he LOVES them! I like to bake mine in a muffin tins so that in case you have a 'blow out' it's contained a bit!

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  6. I love that you connected this to Easter!!! So perfect! :)

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  7. These photos look AWESOME! And I'm loving that squiggly mug plate!

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  8. I have a post about these too :) So simple and tasty!

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  9. These are adorable! And the name is perfect. I'll have to try my hand at these for Easter.

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  10. We have made these once or twice...........my kids loved them......it was a great illustration of scripture.....and they taste so good. Thank you for posting this. :)

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  11. I've never heard of these & first of all such a cool meaning and great way to celebrate the meaning of Easter through foods! Second of all, I love crescent rolls & marshmallow, so how have I never heard of these?

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  12. Is it bad that I giggled at the name? Very creative though... and I'm sure they're DELICIOUS! Thanks for linking up to Tea Party Tuesday!
    Cheers,
    Keep Calm and Blog On

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  13. Looks delicious! I'm going to have to try these!

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  14. Love this! What a great recipe for the upcoming holiday weekend :)

    Thanks for linking up!

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  15. This looks so yummy - I might be adding this to the Easter menu. Stopping by from Lets Be Friends Blog Hop.

    Simmy - www.raindropsrosesblog.com

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  16. Never heard of resurrection rolls but super cute idea for Easter dinner!

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  17. Those look good and my daughter will love the lesson!

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  18. I think I have all these ingredients on hand. I love the recipes you share :) The Resurrection Rolls would be perfect for Easter weekend.

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  19. I have never heard of these but what a nice Easter addition. I am going to make these. Thank you for sharing this lovely idea.
    Have a blessed Easter,
    Bev

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  20. Annnddd I might be gaining like five pounds just after this post. Those look AMAZING. Thanks for the recipe! Totally pinning this right now.

    Thanks for linking up for Lovely Thursdays! :)

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  21. These are beautiful! Thank you for sharing with us at What We Eat Wednesday's link up! I've also pinned this recipe on my WWEW board! Don't forget to come back every week with your new or old recipes!

    Alexis ♥ Laugh. Eat. Learn.

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  22. Oh. My. Gosh. GIRL those sound SO good!! I will have to make these!

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