Monday, April 9, 2012

Our Easter Tradition

I just love Easter!  I have quite a large collection of bunnies, decorative eggs, etc… so I enjoy decorating my home for this special holiday.  And I can’t begin to count the Egg Hunts we’ve attended and the amount of eggs we’ve dyed. Lots of great memories. I wouldn’t trade them for anything!
But, Easter is so much more than eggs and bunnies to me and my family. It is the celebration of the resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! The tomb is empty!!
Easter Family Pic Antique We always begin Easter Sunday with worship at our church. What a special time to sing praises to our Heavenly Father. So thankful to be able to worship freely with my husband, son, and daughter.
Soft Zach

My sweet son will be 15 years old this Fall and I blinked! Seems like he was just born! He reminds me every other day that he can get his driver’s permit after his next birthday. {insert freak out face here}


 
Soft AJ My angel daughter will be 12 years old in a few weeks. She’s almost taller than me and it just seems unreal that she’s not still in preschool. {insert another freak out face here}.




One of our favorite Easter traditions, now that my children are older and don’t enjoy Egg Hunts, are Resurrection Rolls! They tell the Resurrection story AND they are delicious!!! You might want to add these to your family’s tradition next year.
 IMG_9819 All you need is:
3 rolls of Crescent Rolls
Butter
Large Marshmallows
Cinnamon
Sugar
Roll out Crescent Rolls and divide into 12 even squares. Insert each square into 12-cup muffin tin, leaving flaps open. This represents the tomb.
Then, put 1/2 pat of butter into each filled muffin cup. This represents the tomb being prepared for Jesus’ body.
Fill each cup with 1 large marshmallow to represent the body of Jesus.
Sprinkle cinnamon and sugar on top of the marshmallow just as they prepared Jesus body according to their tradition.
Close up dough flaps over the marshmallow to signify closing up the tomb. Then bake at 320 degrees for 15-20 minutes, or until golden brown.
When rolls are done, you will notice that they are hollow. The marshmallow disappeared!  Serve these yummy rolls to your family and talk about how Jesus rose from the dead just like that marshmallow! Your kids will love it!
Easter blessings to you!


1 comment:

  1. What a great tradition! I can't believe how grown up your sweet babies are.
    , so beautiful!

    Xoxo

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