Another Great Easter Lesson/Recipe For Kids

Resurrection Rolls

 

Each item represents how Jesus’ body was prepared for burial.

Ingredients:

Large Marshmallows

Melted Butter

Sugar/Cinnamon mixture

Cans of Crescent Rolls

1. Open can of crescent rolls and separate into triangles. The rolls

represent the linen wrapping used in covering the dead.

2. Dip and roll one marshmallow – representing Jesus’ body – into melted

butter. The butter represents the oils used in anointing the dead body.

3. Roll the marshmallow in the sugar/cinnamon mixture. The mixture

represents the spices used in burials.

4. Place the marshmallow in the center of the crescent triangle. Fold and

pinch the edges tight. Put each crescent-wrapped marshmallow on a

slightly greased cookie sheet. To make clean-up easier, line cookie sheet

with aluminum foil before slightly greasing.

5. Bake the rolls as directed on the package. The oven represents the

tomb.

When cooked, the marshmallow melts leaving only the puffed crescent

roll.

This demonstrates how Jesus rose from the dead. All that remained in the

empty tomb were the linen wrappings.

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4 thoughts on “Another Great Easter Lesson/Recipe For Kids

  1. You have such wonderful object lessons. I’m going to pass this one along, too. Hope you and your family have a blessed Easter.
    Hi Becky. Hope you have a wonderful Easter as well.

  2. If I make it to store, we’ll try it this weekend. If not it will still be fine – Resurrection day is everyday 🙂

    Joyeuses Pâques et Dieu vous bénisse tous!

    Bonjour Catherine. Le Pâques Heureux à vous aussi. Vraiment Jésus est vivant!

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