How was your Easter holiday? I decided to try a new tradition this year. I’ll start by saying that I’m not typically much of a baker. We have a few favorites that I’ll make from time to time, like muffins, carrot cake, strudel, or my husband’s favorite chocolate chip cookies. But it’s not something I enjoy doing on a regular basis, and neither of us want a constant supply of sweets on the counter tempting us. Every once in a while is sufficient.
That being said, I want to create happy memories for my kids, so I decided to make homemade empty tomb rolls this Easter. I wanted them to be gluten-free, so I opted out of using the typical canned crescent rolls.
I found a great recipe from Around My Family Table that I followed almost to the letter, so I thought I would share it with you all. The only changes I made were to use regular butter instead of dairy free, regular 2% milk instead of dairy-free, regular sour cream instead of dairy-free, and regular marshmallows instead of vegan. The results were delicious, and the recipe was easy to follow.