Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Scripture Cake

With Easter this week the kids and I have been busy preparing for Sunday. I found this recipe in one of our home school books. It is called Scripture cake. Monday we had fun looking up all the verses and figuring out the ingredients.
SCRIPTURE CAKE


Ingredients:
1 cup Judges 5:25 last clause (butter)
1 cup Jeremiah 6:20 (sugar)
3 Jeremiah 17:11 (eggs)
1 tablespoon I Samuel 14:25 (honey)
1 cup I Samuel 30:12 second food (raisins)
1 cup Nahum 3:12 (figs), chopped
1/4 cup Numbers 17:8 (almonds), blanched and chopped
2 cups 1 Kings 4:22 (flour)
1/4 teaspoon of each II Chronicles 9:9 (spices, cloves,allspice,nutmeg)
1 teaspoon Exodus 30:23 (cinnamon)
Pinch of Leviticus 2:13 (salt)
1 teaspoon Amos 4:5 (leavener, such as baking soda)
3 tablespoons Judges 4:19 last sentence (milk)

Cream first 3 ingredients.




Beat in the 3 Jeremiahs (eggs), one at a time.

Add honey and beat again.


Sift together Kings (flour), II Chronicles (spices), Leviticus (salt), and Amos (leavener, or baking soda). Add alternately with milk to creamed mixture.

Add almonds,raisins,and figs. Mix gently until well incorporated.



Beat egg whites until stiff. Then fold into batter. Pour into a loaf pan. Next time I will put the batter into a 9X13 cake pan.

Bake at 325 degrees for 1 hour, or until done.



This activity was so much fun I HIGHLY suggest doing it yourself or with your children. It taste like a spice cake with raisins.

3 comments:

Evening Shade Morning Latte said...

I have this recipe but never tried it. I always wondered what it would look and taste like. Now I know. Thanks for sharing.

Happy Mama said...

that is so cool...Did I miss your weigh in post today. I will be joining that meme here in about a week or so I have to iron out some routine things..you know little kids need structure-go figure but I have enjoyed reading your posts--very encouraging!! Keep up the great job!

Mrs. B, a very peculiar person said...

What fun! I'll have to incorporate this into one of our home school lessons. Thanks for sharing!

Mrs. B