Rachel's Storywatch them disappear!!
can of crescent rolls
Find more recipes at goboldwithbutter.com
cinnamon, mixed with sugar
1Pull apart and roll out crescent rolls on a lined cookie sheet.
2Dip marshmallows in melted butter and roll in cinnamon sugar.
3Wrap in crescent rolls and pinch closed. Bake for 12 minutes.
Patricia Nelson thunderfeetann - Oct 3, 2012
I love these! Used to make them in the 70's for my kids...now I'll make them for the grandchildren!
Gaye Livesay texjeansnpearls - Oct 5, 2012
Ok now, this one I have to make for my Sunday School Class. Awesome! Might keep a few for me!
Rachel Burbank rmburbank - Oct 5, 2012
Hey Gaye i found this online and they were made to describe the resurrection of Christ. Each step described what happened with a scripture passage. I forgot where i found it .. but I will try to find it for you.
Gaye Livesay texjeansnpearls - Oct 23, 2012
I found it! What an awesome idea for my class. The Marshmallow represents Jesus, the crescent roll is the shroud he was wrapped in, the cinnamon and sugar represent the spices they used back in those days to wrap in and place upon the body. And once they are baked... The Oven is the "Tomb" and when they break it open to eat it, Jesus is gone... "He is Risen!"
Rachel Burbank rmburbank - Oct 23, 2012
I'm glad you were able to find it!! Food is always a great way to learn!!