Lay 24 Rhodes frozen dinner rolls on a piece of parchment paper (or inside a cake pan) that has been very lightly sprayed with non stick spray. Put a piece of plastic wrap over the top that has been lightly sprayed with non stick spray.
Allow them to defrost and rise a bit for 3 hours. * If the outside is a bit dry because it's been exposed to the air just pick one up and fold it in half so the top is now on the inside. Put a bit of olive oil on your hands and roll it out into a long snake shape (like you used to do with playdough).
Do this with 2 rolls so they are approximately 6" long (or so). Then press the top ends together. Hold that down and gently pull the one who's end is on the bottom over the top of the other. Then gently pull on the other and across the first piece.
Do this (as though you are braiding with just 2 pieces) going across and across as many times as possible until you reach the end. Then secure the ends together by pressing down.
Bring the 2 ends together to form a wreath and seal the 2 ends together so it is now a circle.
Put a piece of parchment paper on a baking sheet and sit wreath down, leave space in between each one so they can rise as they bake. Whisk 1 egg + tsp of water together and brush on top of each one. Then sprinkle on sprinkles.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F, bake for 17 minutes. Remove and slide paper off so rolls don't continue to bake.
When cooled place a chocolate egg in the center and enjoy.
* Alternative - if you want a bolder salty/sweet flavor once they are removed from the oven, brush melted butter on the top of each one and then sprinkle on some granulated sugar.