Hallelujah! I have another #hallelujah Easter download for you! And you’re going to love it! Today I present an inspiring recipe plus scripture scavenger hunt from the talented Colette Bomsta of My Computer Is My Canvas.
This is the fifth post in my series celebrating Easter and the LDS Church’s #hallelujah Easter campaign. (Scroll down a bit for a list of all the posts in this series.)
I was honored to be asked by Sugardoodle to participate with several other LDS bloggers in promoting this social media campaign. Over the next several weeks, I will be sharing some fabulous Easter content with you from myself as well as some amazing bloggers.
The goal of these posts will be to help you celebrate the Easter season and promote the Church’s special content.
I am thrilled to invite you to participate with me by using these projects, sharing the Church’s videos, and posting and sharing photos on social media of how you utilize these projects and using the #hallelujah tag.
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Here’s a list of all the posts in this series so far:
- #hallelujah Easter Posters
- #hallelujah Empty Tomb Cookies Recipe and Activity Guide
- #hallelujah Nested Envelopes by Heidi Swapp
- #hallelujah Three Easter Projects from Melissa Esplin
- #hallelujah Videos & Updated Easter Thoughts and Inspiration Booklet
- #hallelujah Easter Week Advent Activities from Sugar Bee Crafts
- #hallelujah Inspiring Easter Decor from Paging Supermom
- #hallelujah 3×4-inch Pocket Scrapbooking Cards from Persnickety Prints
Collete has an inspiring Easter recipe and scripture scavenger-hunt activity for you! It includes making a delicious bread-pudding breakfast dish (complete with brown-sugar cumble-Yum!) while learning all about the Savior and Easter.
Here’s how it works:
- To get started, print off the Scripture Scavenger Hunt PDF included in the download below and let your family dive into the New Testament to learn more about the Savior as they fill in the blanks to complete the recipe.
- Next, it’s time to get baking! Start by gathering together the ingredients. The recipe calls for bagels, an ingenious substitution for the usual bread, eggs, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, milk, salt, sugar and maple syrup. Yum!
- From there… just follow the recipe! This is great time to include your children and family members in the mixing process.
This is a make-ahead recipe, meaning it needs to sit overnight before baking, so plan for this. You might start this activity on the night before Easter and finish it Easter morning, OR, start it the Saturday night of General Conference and then complete it before the Sunday morning session.
Colette has included lots of printables for us to go with this activity including recipe cards in three sizes + an easy-to-print PDF for the Scripture Scavenger Hunt.
You can download all you need to do this activity below (recipe, instructions, etc.) and don’t forget to share a picture of your activity on social media using the #halleujah tag.
And, pop on by (or follow to this blog) so you don’t miss out on more great Easter projects to come!
You can download The Computer Is My Canvas #hallelujah French Toast Easter Bake Recipe and Activity here.
These projects are for personal use only.
You will need to unzip the download before you can access the files.
See you soon for more #hallelujah.