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Empty Tomb Rolls for Easter

Posted on March 27, 2017
By Fletcher Jonson
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Carrie Parsons
89.5 KVNE Mornings

Springtime bring buds and blooms, along with the most important holiday weekend of the year – our Lord’s death and resurrection. If you’ve ever struggled with ways to teach your kids about Easter, check out this video on how to make Empty Tomb Rolls. Food is always a great teaching tool, and it’s an easy way that makes a lasting impact!

Empty Tomb Rolls for Easter

I’m always searching for creative ways to teach my children Bible stories. My kids learn better with hands-on activities while we are talking and then being able to visualize what we are talking about.  I first heard about Empty Tomb Rolls several years ago and I know they are all over the web now, but I’ve got one trick up my sleeve that makes them pretty much fool proof.89.5 KVNE East Texas Christian Radio Empty Tomb Roll Heard On Air

From my research years ago, most people complained that the rolls opened during cooking allowing the marshmallow and all the goodness to flow right on pan leaving behind a sad and pathetic roll…that doesn’t help when trying to bring home the point of the story.I’m always searching for creative ways to teach my children Bible stories.  My kids learn better with hands-on activities while we are talking and then being able to visualize what we are talking about.  I first heard about Empty Tomb Rolls several years ago and I know they are all over the web now, but I’ve got one trick up my sleeve that makes them pretty much fool proof.From my research years ago, most people complained that the rolls opened during cooking allowing the marshmallow and all the goodness to flow right on pan leaving behind a sad and pathetic roll…that doesn’t help when trying to bring home the point of the story.

Empty Tomb Rolls Video

To teach the story of Easter read the story from the Bible found in Matthew 27-28, Mark 15-16, Luke 23-24 (my favorite version), and/or John 19-20. (If you are not familiar with the Bible the same story is recounted by these four men…the story is virtually the same but is found in these four places in the Bible.)  I’ve included a little legend for how to relate the story to the Empty Tomb Rolls, just in case you couldn’t figure it out.

Jesus —marshmallow

After Jesus died on the cross he was wrapped in linen— roll in butter and cinnamon

 Jesus put into tomb — crescent roll dough

3rd day Jesus has risen and no longer in tomb — open cooked roll to find no marshmallow

—marshmallow

After Jesus died on the cross he was wrapped in linen— roll in butter and cinnamon

 Jesus put into tomb — crescent roll dough

3rd day Jesus has risen and no longer in tomb — open cooked roll to find no marshmallow

How to make empty tomb rolls:
  • 1 (10 ounce) package jumbo refrigerated crescent rolls89.5 KVNE East Texas Christian Radio Empty Tomb Rolls for Easter Heard On Air Blog
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1 tablespoon ground cinnamon
  • 8 large marshmallows
  • 1/4 cup butter, melted
  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Prepare muffin pan (preferably jumbo muffin pan) with non-stick cooking stray.
  • Separate rolls into eight triangles and set aside. Combine sugar and cinnamon in a small bowl.
  • Dip each marshmallow into butter, then roll in cinnamon-sugar and place on a triangle dough. Pinch dough around marshmallow, sealing all edges. Make sure to seal well or all the marshmallow will escape.
  • Dip tops of dough into the remaining butter and then into the cinnamon-sugar. Place roll with the sugar side up into prepared muffin cups.
  • Bake at 375 degrees for 13 – 15 minutes. Eat warm.
  • Opt: Read the Easter story from the Bible found in Matthew 27-28, Mark 15-16, Luke 23-24, and/or John 19-20. If you are not familiar with the Bible the story is recounted by these four men…the story is virtually the same but is found in these four places in the Bible.
  • Jesus —marshmallow
  • After Jesus died on the cross he was wrapped in linen— roll in butter and cinnamon
  • Jesus put into tomb — crescent roll dough
  • 3rd day Jesus has risen and no longer in tomb — open cooked roll to find no marshmallow

Source: Around My Family Table

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