Last year, I posted recipes for two types of Resurrection Cookies and how to teach your children the resurrection story through baking. You can read that post here. This year we are only going to make the following recipe which is the less complicated of the two types. This is a great & unique way to teach your children about the resurrection!
Crescent Rolls (uncooked)
1. Wrap an uncooked crescent roll around most of the marshmallow–leaving one side of the marshmallow exposed.
~~The crescent roll represents the tomb and the marshmallow shows that the tomb is not empty.
2. Roll the crescent roll/marshmallow tomb in the sugar/cinnamon mixture.
3. Place them on a cookie sheet and bake according to crescent roll directions.
~~Read the resurrection story (using a Children’s Bible or book on your child’s level).
5. As they bake; the marshmallow will melt. Remove them from the oven according to directions.
~~You will have an empty tomb!
Categories: Bible Study, Food, Holidays, Parenting
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