Friday, April 10, 2009

Easter Morning Breakfast Roll

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Make these extremely simple rolls the night before Easter Sunday and your family will enjoy a truly sweet Easter memory.

Ingredients:

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1 package of marshmallows

1 package of frozen roll dough (THAWED).  I used the Rhodes White Dinner Rolls, but only because I was lazy and didn’t want to make my own w.wheat dough.

1/3 cube of butter (melted)

4 Tablespoons of Sugar

3/4 teaspoon of Cinnamon

The Night Before:  mix your cinnamon and sugar together in a small bowl and then put the bowl to the side.  Carefully open your package of now thawed dinner rolls and separate them.  With your hands flatten each roll out into a small circle.  Place a large marshmallow into the center of each circle.Spring 052

Pinch it closed, carefully making sure the seal is tight.

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Then roll it in your hands to make it more of a ball shape and hide the seams.

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Place it on a large cookie sheet with sides (or cake pan).  While cooking the marshmallow make leak out and you don’t want a gooey mess in the bottom of your oven.  Continue until all the dough is used.

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Melt your butter in the microwave for around 20 seconds.  Then brush the melted butter generously onto each roll.

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Then sprinkle the rolls with your sugar/cinnamon mixture.  Cover your rolls with a plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight.

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Easter Morning.

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.  Remove the plastic wrap and place your cookie sheet in the oven.

Bake for 15-20 minutes or until the rolls are golden brown.

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Remove from oven and let cool for a few minutes.  The smell will be so good you won’t want to wait too long before the whole family devours them.

What’s special about these Easter Rolls.  Like Christ’s tomb these rolls will be empty.  Their sweetness reminding all of the joy of our Savior's resurrection.

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Have a Happy Easter Breakfast!

8 comments:

Tink said...

That is so COOL! I love making Rhodes rolls, so I will have to try this! Thanks for sharing my friend and have a wonderful Easter weekend.

Dawn said...

Can you bring some samples to church on Sunday, because i don't have time to make them before we go to church with getting Rachel in the bath and her hair done. and you have only 6 kids to get ready. :) and thats why you are called super woman. They look yummy i really want to try them, thanks for sharing.

princessmama said...

That is neat-o :-)

Treasure Ann said...

Oh, what a wonderful idea. I hope I get to try it. It looks so delicious.

Have a Happy and bless Easter Holiday and enjoy your weekend.

Staci said...

My name is Staci and I linked of PYP. I like this version for a change. I did the empty tomb cookie idea. I will save this for next year. Thanks for the idea.

Milaka said...

This IS a great idea. I tried it one year and . . . well, I had my kids help. I blogged about it. Sigh. Just be prepared. ;-)

http://cabin77.livejournal.com/142862.html

(V.Kerr) School Time Adventures said...

Thanks for posting the recipe...We are making some tonight.

fivecutekids said...

Hello, great recipe idea and post. My name is Carrie, I work for Rhodes Bake-N-Serv. Thank you for including Rhodes in your blog, we would love to connect with you. You can email me at carriew@rhodesbread.com
Thanks so much!