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Cinnamon Sugar “Resurrection” Rolls

Here is a post I did last year on an old blog! Since Easter is this weekend, I figured it was a perfect time to share 🙂

That being said, I came across these Resurrection Rolls on Pinterest a while back and fell in love with the story behind them (why they are called Resurrection Rolls) and I thought, I need to share this!

Here are the ingredients and instructions:

One can of crescent roll dough
8 large marshmallows (or one for each roll you’ll be making)
Melted butter
Cinnamon sugar
  • Preheat the oven to the temp that is stated on the crescent rolls
  • Unroll all eight crescent rolls and place them on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet.
  • Take the marshmallows and roll them in the melted butter and then  into the cinnamon sugar
  • Wrap the Marshmallow with the crescent rolls (one marshmallow per crescent roll).
This is where the instructions stopped, but me wanting to make it more of a dessert I rubbed melted butter all over the roll and rolled it into the cinnamon sugar (You can never have too much cinnamon sugar!!)
  • Bake the rolls for 12min

And the end result was:

As you can assume, the marshmallow “disappeared” leaving only the cinnamon sugar inside with a slight gooey mess, that caramelized inside the roll.

Making it into more of a dessert, we put it in bowls and added some, vanilla ice cream, cool whip and some chocolate sauce…YUM!!!

Don’t forget to check out the meaning behind the original Resurrection Rolls…Especially since Easter is this week!!! 🙂


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