With Easter on the horizon and baking in my blood, this little treat has had me so excited since I first read about it! Though this is not the most healthy snack in the world, it is one of the most delicious and it allows a learning experience if you choose to do it that way!

For me, I have no children, and I also do not have any nieces or nephews that are old enough to partake in this but I really like the idea of showing how Christ has risen, but today, I made them as Hocus Pocus Bread! Which is a little different then the Resurrection Rolls but I have attached that link below in case you decide that you would like to do it that way instead!

I personally have tried both ways and have edited the recipe just a touch, for what I found to be a better taste and quality!
                       


Ingredients:
Small or Large Marshmallows (I prefer small and about 6 per rolls)
Honey Butter, melted
1 Can of Crescent Rolls, Butter Flake
 Cinnamon and Sugar, mixed
Wax Paper
Almond Extract

Directions:
1. Pre-Heat your oven to 350
2. Mix together the Cinnamon and Sugar
3. Melt the butter and a cap full of the Almond Extract
4. Lay the Crescent Rolls out flat on a lined cookie sheet
5. Place the marshmallows in the Crescent Rolls and then begin to roll in a tight ball
6. Dip the the dough ball in the melted butter and roll in Cinnamon and Sugar
7. Place on the cookie sheet and bake on 350 for 13 Minutes
Don't forget to let them cool, then if you eat another day heat for 10 seconds 



     FAQ
Where to buy:
Apron - Target
Plates - William Sonoma
Cooling Rack - Target
Ramekins - Target
Butter Dish - Marshalls

What did you think of this snack, let me know some of your favorites.


Sincerely, Shelbi



With Easter on the horizon and baking in my blood, this little treat has had me so excited since I first read about it! Though this is not the most healthy snack in the world, it is one of the most delicious and it allows a learning experience if you choose to do it that way!

For me, I have no children, and I also do not have any nieces or nephews that are old enough to partake in this but I really like the idea of showing how Christ has risen, but today, I made them as Hocus Pocus Bread! Which is a little different then the Resurrection Rolls but I have attached that link below in case you decide that you would like to do it that way instead!

I personally have tried both ways and have edited the recipe just a touch, for what I found to be a better taste and quality!
                       


Ingredients:
Small or Large Marshmallows (I prefer small and about 6 per rolls)
Honey Butter, melted
1 Can of Crescent Rolls, Butter Flake
 Cinnamon and Sugar, mixed
Wax Paper
Almond Extract

Directions:
1. Pre-Heat your oven to 350
2. Mix together the Cinnamon and Sugar
3. Melt the butter and a cap full of the Almond Extract
4. Lay the Crescent Rolls out flat on a lined cookie sheet
5. Place the marshmallows in the Crescent Rolls and then begin to roll in a tight ball
6. Dip the the dough ball in the melted butter and roll in Cinnamon and Sugar
7. Place on the cookie sheet and bake on 350 for 13 Minutes
Don't forget to let them cool, then if you eat another day heat for 10 seconds 



     FAQ
Where to buy:
Apron - Target
Plates - William Sonoma
Cooling Rack - Target
Ramekins - Target
Butter Dish - Marshalls

What did you think of this snack, let me know some of your favorites.


Sincerely, Shelbi


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