Learn how to make Resurrection Rolls! A sweet and simple way to tell the powerful story of Jesus’ death and resurrection. Start this Easter tradition with your family.
There are many activities your family can do for creating an Easter tradition. One of these traditions we started when our kiddos were little was making Resurrection Rolls. Check out this sweet and simple way to tell such a powerful story. This is a perfect project for kiddos- of any age- during Easter weekend.
You might even have all the supplies in your pantry right now:
Supplies Needed to Make Resurrection Rolls:
-Package of crescent rolls
-Bake at 350 for 8-10 min
Use the story below to bring this recipe to life.
Resurrection Rolls Easter Story
The marshmallow is like Jesus’ body, pure white, without sin.
After they crucified Him, His body was anointed in oil
wrapped in burial clothes and He was placed in a tomb.
3 days later the tomb was empty!
He is Risen! He is Risen, Indeed!
We pray you have a blessed Easter Season. If you have questions about what Easter really is about, please contact me. I would love to share His story with you!
I first posted this Resurrection Rolls recipe in 2013- wow how my kids are growing! Since then, we have added a step at the end of rolling the “tomb” in the butter and the cinnamon sugar on the outside too. Make them look more like a stone (and are a little sweeter too). Even the teens still love doing this tradition (and often ask, “are we doing Resurrection Rolls mom?” YES!)