Easter, a day of rejoicing, celebrating, and egg hunting. All things worthy of cake. Mini bundt cakes topped with buttercream frosting and Easter chocolates are the cutest little treat to share with all of your peeps. Happy Easter!
In lieu of dying Easter eggs this year, we have decided to make Resurrection Rolls. The process of baking these yummies teaches the resurrection story and creates a simple visual for even the youngest of our kiddos to understand. And the end product is a delicious baked goody to enjoy as you honor the reason for the season. Happy Easter!
1 can of crescent rolls
about 3 tablespoons of sugar
1/2 a tablespoon of cinnamon
8 large marshmallows
2 tablespoons of melted butter
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
Line a baking sheet with foil (for easy clean up) and lightly spray with non-stick spray. Set aside. Combine your sugar and cinnamon in a little bowl, set aside.
Unroll each of your crescent rolls into triangles (representing the wrappings Christ was wrapped in after he was crucified). Next, take each marshmallow (representing Christ) and first dip it in the melted butter (representing the oils they anointed Christ with) and then dip it in your spice mixture (representing the spices they used on Christ’s body after he died). Place each marshmallow in the center of a crescent roll and roll it up tightly completely covering the marshmallow (representing the tomb).
Place your baking sheet in the oven and bake about 10 to 12 minutes or until the outsides of your rolls are lightly browned.
Remove from oven. When you go to serve these and they are sliced open, you will notice that your marshmallow is gone…just like Christ was three days later.
*recipe from Mix and Match Mama
Here’s an extra easy treat idea that’s “egg”ceptionally perfect for Easter Sunday.
Easter Sunday Sundaes!
Just “hop” to the closest grocery store and “hunt” for your favorite ice cream and sundae toppings.
Don’t hide them. Instead, serve them to your honey bunnies!
Have a very “hoppy” Easter!!!
Woot woot! It’s Saturday. Our favorite day! Our cheat and treat ourselves day. This week we are preparing for Easter and doing a trial run on a new recipe: Salted Caramel Carrot Poke Cake. Since it’s best after sitting in the refrigerator over night, it’s a perfect make-the-night-before and travel-with-the-next-day dessert. Why not take this “EGG”TRA-ORDiNARY yumminess to your Easter celebration? Every”bunny” will love it!!!
Salted Caramel Carrot Poke Cake
*recipe adapted from Living Better Together
Hooray! Not only is it Saturday, it’s Easter weekend too. We hope you have lots and lots of fun things planned. We sure do! And fortunately our events revolve around yummy treats! Trina will be bringing a yummy Easter mix of GORP to her in-laws and I will be whipping up a batch of ooey gooey Monkey Bread to take to my in-laws. If you need a last minute idea of what to take to your Easter gathering, why not give one of these a try. They are always crowd pleasers. Happy “Hoppy” Easter!