One of the things that’s really important to me is making traditions for my kids as they grow up. Because we are from Michigan, it’s also important that my traditions are portable. Going to a certain place each year may work well for some families, but we never know where we will be from year to year. There needs to be a thread that runs through each special occasion so my family feels stability amidst lots of packing, driving and unpacking. This tradition of Easter morning resurrection rolls can be made wherever we are. I love the symbolism with these sweet breakfast treats. Each night before Easter, I pull the Rhodes rolls out of the freezer and put them into a greased cupcake pan. I cover it with plastic wrap and pop it in the fridge to defrost overnight. In the morning, the kids help put the marshmallow inside the roll, but when they come out of the oven they are empty! It’s miraculous, and the kids are always amazed. It gives us the perfect opportunity to talk to them about the even more miraculous resurrection of Jesus Christ and his empty tomb!