Prep 10 mins
Cook 13 mins
Easter rolls signifying that Jesus rose from the dead with scripture references. Great illustration for children. Scripture: The oil: Matthew 26:6-13; Mark 14:3-9; John 12:2-8. The spices: John 19:39-40; Luke 23:55-56. The linen: Matthew 27:59; Mark 15:46; Luke 23:52-53; John 19:40. The tomb: Matthew 27:60; Mark 15:46. Jesus Christ: Romans 5:8-10.
- 1 marshmallows
- 118.29 ml melted butter
- 118.29 ml sugar, mixed with
- 14.79 ml cinnamon
- 1 can crescent roll
- Dip marshmallows in melted butter.
- Roll it in sugar-cinnamon mixture.
- Tightly wrap marshmallow in crescent triangle, sealing all edges.
- Place rolled marshmallow on well greased cookie sheet.
- Bake at 375 for 11-13 minutes.
- (According to instructions on crescent roll can).
- When you bite into the baked roll the marshmallow will be gone, signifying that Jesus rose from the dead!
I made these for my son for breakfast before school today & he really loved them. My only small complaint was that the marshmallow filling leaked out even though I sealed them up really well. Thanks for sharing.
Made these for Easter morning breakfast and they are yummy and what a great object lesson for the kids. The tomb was empty! I didn't use crescent rolls, I made cinnamon bun dough in my ABM and tore off small balls of dough and wrapped the marshmallows in that, then brushed with butter and topped with the sugar mixture, no spillage at all! Just a whole lot of caramelized sugar on the pan from the coating that didn't stay on the buns...oh yum!
I've been making these rolls with biscuit dough for years. The crescent rolls even make it better. ONE tip that I learned a while back, NEVER cook these on a flat pan make sure you use a pan with sides so the melted marshmallow does not drip all over the oven.