6 Reviews

This is the same recipe that I use and it is very easy to make, besides tasting great. I used them for my Sunday school class opening lesson about the empty tomb. The cinnamon sugar does get a bit messy for the kids so make sure you have wipes handy for them to clean up with.

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Charlotte J April 10, 2003

This recipe is a definite keeper! My mother & I made it for Easter, using home made sweet roll dough, and they turned out wonderful! Thanks for this great recipe!

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maceyj0 April 12, 2010

We always called these Balloon Buns... but I like this name better (and the metaphor). We always made it with sweet dough that took too much time to make. I never thought of using premade dough. Thanks for the idea. Great fun for kids... and adults too!

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Trish Za Dish April 03, 2010

My family loved these buns, and we were all excited to open each one up and see if the "tomb" was empty!

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knowpeace March 24, 2008

These came out perfectly. The only thing Is take them off the pan as soon as you can. I let them to cool and got side-tracked and the marshmallow cooled and became hard.I will be making these every year for Easter. Thanks for another great recipe.

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Crayolamom April 14, 2006

These were real good. I promised myself if I liked a recipe enough to put in my forever file I would take the time to thank that person. Thank You, Debbie97380

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Debbie K. Dowell July 17, 2004
Resurrection Buns (Sweet Easter Buns)