Learn how to make resurrection rolls for a simple Easter activity!
Resurrection rolls are a great hands on activity to help connect kids with the meaning of Easter. If you are looking for Christ-centered Easter activities, I highly recommend this one! Not only is it a great visual, but you also get to enjoy a tasty treat.
Over the past couple years, we have been looking for ways to tie truth into our Easter activities. Sharing about the cross and death is a hard subject with kids, so I am always looking for kid friendly ideas to help them learn.
I am not sure where I heard about Resurrection Rolls first, but we have been making them the past two years and they have quickly become an Easter tradition.
How to Make Resurrection Rolls
These are so simple which is one of the main reasons why I love them! I am all about simplicity!
- Crescent Rolls
- Melted Butter
- Cinnamon Sugar Mixture ( I usually do a little more sugar than cinnamon and stir)
Separate the crescent rolls so you have the flat triangles ready.
Dip a marshmallow into the butter and then the cinnamon sugar mixture.
Place the sugary marshmallow on the crescent roll.
Wrap the marshmallow with the crescent roll so it is covered.
Once they are all ready, bake at 350 for about ten minutes. Cooking time may vary.
Once they are ready, let them cool and then place on a plate and ask your child where the marshmallow went?!
Now you can explain that the marshmallow is like Jesus being buried in the tomb but then on the 3rd day the tomb was empty!
Isn’t making resurrection rolls simple?
This idea is perfectly paired with the Easter banner countdown!
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