I must have been hiding under a rock because this is the first year that I’ve seen these and I LOVE IT!! All you need to make these resurrection rolls are crescent rolls, marshmallows, butter, sugar, and cinnamon. They are super easy, take about 12 minutest to bake, and are a great representation of what Resurrection Sunday is all about (just make sure you seal them REALLY well so that it doesn’t end up making a mess!)
To see all of the instructions on how to make resurrection rolls as well as an explanation of what each ingredient represents, head over to Beauty and Bedlam.
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Amy Cadorniga says
I’ve heard of the resurrection cookies, but not the rolls.
Stacey Jo Powell says
I made them today but used thawed out roll dough instead, very yummy!
April Williams says
Suzette Michner Champion says
We made them today and it was a lot of fun and they were very tasty.
Stephanie Hayes Beninghove says
Very good! Just make sure you pinch them tightly. We had marshmallow explosions with some of our tombs. 🙂
Kim Dickinson says
We’ve made these for years and they are scrumptious! I’ve never heard of them as resurrection rolls. I know them as Magic middles but the real recipe was an award winning Pillsbury bakeoff winner from the 60’s called Magic Marshmallow Cresent Puffs. One word of caution, wait until they cool before you eat them. The middle is lava hot right out of the oven. Trust me. 🙂
Jennifer Crowell says
We made some Friday. They were really good, I ate 6 of them lol. I put hot Ham and melted cheese on two for lunch. My daughter didn’t like them but she was really excited that Jesus was gone when we cut them open. She showed her Grandma and told her Jesus rose.
Judi Maddox Tabb says
We made them on Friday. Be sure to squeeze them close. My 6 & 4 yrs old leaked but they did not know they leaked. But they can explain why we made them.
Janet Binder Bethany says
Has anyone clicked on Beauty and Bedlam link in her post?? It doesn’t appear to be what it seems… virus alert?? Why did that happen?? Or is it just me??
Heather Elaine McCarl says
We make these every year, they are a great visual & super tasty.
Kelli Bryant Fisk says
Can’t wait to make them!
Cristan Mcmahill says
I just found out about the cookies…
Cristan Mcmahill says
i guess i will have to make both
Karen Kennedy says
Going to try it with my 4yr old 🙂
we made these last year it was fantasic will be making them again 🙂