Eater Resurrection Rolls (AKA, Disappearing Marshmallow Rolls) ~ a fun Easter treat that teaches children (and adults!) the real reason behind the holiday of Easter.easy to make and absolutely delicious!
Hocus Pocus buns - Marshmallows dipped in melted butter, then cinnamon sugar, wrapped in crescent rolls and baked. They're called Hocus Pocus buns because the marshmallows disappear! But could be called Easter buns, to represent the empty tomb
MAGIC STUFFED CINNAMON CRESCENT ROLLS Simple to make, so good! A fun activity for kids. The marshmallows in the middle of the rolls melt away, "magically disappearing" leaving a yummy, ooey gooey center! These are better eaten same day.
Empty Tombs/Resurrection Buns Empty Tomb Rolls Resurrection Rolls more ideas for celebrating Resurrection Sunday links found in the post Resurrection Cookies Tea Dyed Eggs (You can use food coloring or beet juice also)
Crescent dough wraps around butter- and sugar-dipped marshmallows. They become hollow as they bake, representing Jesus' tomb on Easter morning -- when you break them open they are empty inside! A great Easter recipe to share with the kids!