Monday, April 13, 2009

Resurrection Rolls

A friend of mine sent an e-mail around that had a recipe for Resurrection Rolls. It seemed like a fun object lesson to do with the kids so I bought the ingredients. Basically, you take a marshmallow (representing Jesus’ body), dip it in melted butter (representing embalming oils), dip it in cinnamon sugar (representing spices at burial), and then wrap it in a crescent roll dough triangle (representing the burial cloth). Then you put Jesus in the tomb (the oven) and close the door. You bake the rolls at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes. The kids then open the rolls and all they get is a hallow roll. The marshmallow is gone. Jesus is Risen!

So, I did this with my kids. I got really serious when we opened the rolls up. I said to Meredith, “Where is Jesus? What happened?”

She clapped her hands to her cheeks and gasped, “Oh no! He’s melted!”

Ha! So much for that object lesson!
 

 
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2 comments:

the Joneses said...

Ha! My sister did the same recipe... but with better testing after the lesson. :)

http://mississippirose.blogspot.com/2009/04/resurrection-rolls-and-big-bad-wolves.html

Anne Basso said...

That is so cute! And it sounds like something my girls would say.