Easter is coming up right around the corner, and you know what that means: egg hunts, tasty meals, and fun with family. It’s also a great time to break out this awesome resurrection roll recipe!
After all, Easter is a fun opportunity to eat some candy; but it’s also a major religious holiday for a lot of folks.
If you like incorporating a little Bible study into your festivities, our “resurrection” or “empty tomb” roll recipe is the perfect way to teach the story of Jesus and the empty tomb.
Here’s how it works: You prepare the roll with a marshmallow in the middle, but when you bake it, the marshmallow melts and disappears!
For kids, this can be a visual illustration of the idea of Jesus being buried, and then returning to life in the Resurrection.
Even if your family is totally secular, this is still a really fun recipe and magic trick to the show your kiddos.
They’ll have the best time trying to figure out what happened to those marshmallows, and it’s an awesome way to see a little simple science in action.
Check it out below!
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