Sunday, April 12, 2020

Easter Baskets of Blessings... from our home to yours!

Traditions are important.... the help build a foundation of memories for my loved ones.  These memories are often what we can hold onto during hard times that will come.  Easter was always a wonderful time for me... a gathering of loved ones at my grandparent's, sometimes my birthday, baking, food, games, baskets, Easter egg hunts, church and more.  
This year we decided to bless our neighbors with plates of 
Resurrection Rolls, Easter Baskets, Cookies, treats and more.  
After church, online, we created some baked goodness to share.
 Happy Easter…
From our family to yours
 The Albanese Family

Quick and Easy Resurrection Rolls Recipe

This easy resurrection rolls recipe is a meaningful tradition we do with our kids.

A quick and easy resurrection rolls recipe using crescent roll dough. 
Perfect sweet roll to serve on Easter morning!

Symbolic meanings of the Resurrection Rolls
Marshmallow – Jesus’ body (Luke 23:26-46)
Crescent roll dough – The linen used to wrap Jesus’ body (Luke 23:47-54)
Melted butter and cinnamon sugar – Anointing oil and spices for the body that the women planned to use on Jesus body after the Sabbath (Luke 23:55-56, Luke 24:1)
Oven – The tomb (Luke 23:53, Mark 16:1-6)
Empty roll – The empty grave clothes or the empty tomb (John 20:3-7)
 Easy Resurrection Rolls Recipe
A quick and easy resurrection rolls recipe using canned crescent roll dough.
Prep Time10 minutes
 Cook Time20 minutes
 Total Time30 minutes

8 ounce  package refrigerated crescent rolls
8 regular-sized marshmallows
5 tablespoons butter melted
2 tablespoons ground cinnamon
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line 8 wells in a muffin tin with baking cups (for easier clean up) or spray the wells with non-stick cooking spray.  

Unroll crescent dough and divide into 8 triangles at the perforations.
A  small bowl to sprinkle the cinnamon over.
Dip a marshmallow into the melted butter.
Then sprinkle the marshmallow in the cinnamon over the bowl
Place the coated marshmallow on the large end of the crescent triangle.
Fold the dough over the marshmallow tightly sealing the edges so the marshmallow does not melt and leak.
Finish wrapping the dough around the marshmallow and form into a ball.
Repeat with the other marshmallows. Place the rolls in a muffin tin. Brush the rolls with some of the remaining melted butter. then sprinkle the remaining cinnamon over the rolls.
10. Bake the rolls for 10 to 14 minutes until puffed and lightly golden. Remove from oven and allow to cool slightly before serving.
 It's EMPTY!
My kids are always pleasantly surprised that it works!
Just like in our faith, the tomb is empty.
The gift of salvation... free to all who accept it.
 The sweet taste of victory, that our Lord gives us.
Smiles all around for these tasty treats and all who enjoy them.
 Creating these baskets with our Getting Crafty Family was SUCH fun...
They always receive a BONUS live from me weekly with extra crafting.
 Using the Sale~A~Bration blessings to create the cutest baskets!
 Giving bunny filled wishes!
These cute Punch-Art bunnies were created with my 
Getting Crafty Stampers on THIS Live card making tutorial. 
Happy Easter from our family to yours!

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