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Biblical Cake

Updated on March 25, 2013


5 stars from 1 rating of Pick the ingrediences from the Bible

Really good cake for soul and body

Many people have a Bible in the book case but they never read it. This special book is often crisp new and really dusty.

This recipe will make you take out your Bible and turn the pages to find the ingrediences you must have!


Cook Time depending to your skill to read the Bible

Prep time: 45 min
Cook time: 40 min
Ready in: 1 hour 25 min
Yields: This cake is so good you might want to make two

Ingredients in a big bowl

  • 6 Jeremiah 17:11
  • 1,2 cup Exodus 15:25
  • 2 teaspoons 2 Chronicle 9:9, Your choice can be more than one
  • 2 tablespoons 1 Sam 14:25
  • 1,5 cup Nahum 3:12, chopped
  • 1,2 cup Numbers 17:8, chopped
  • ½ cup 1Samuel 30:12
  • ½ cup Judges 5:25
  • 3 tablespoons Judges 4:19
  • 3 cups 1 Kings 4:22
  • 2 teaspoons Amos 4:5, (or baking powder)
  • A pinch Leviticus 2:13

Now mix it

  1. Beat the two first ingrediences and then add the other little by little.
  2. Heat up the oven to C 200 (F 390)
  3. The cake should bake in the oven until the middle is dry. Try with a stick of wood or a fork. Usually it takes 40 minutes

So now you have the Bible on the kitchen table. Do not put it away! There are much more nourishment you can pick up in it - spiritual food =D

Study the Bible

Compare translations

Is easter Christian?

From jews to christians

So - will you try this cake?

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      Degrees 4 years ago

      Wow. That's a tough one, Jamie. I have never baked anything with mgararine, so I have absolutely no experience. Certainly it is the same consistency at least for creaming with the sugar for the cake part, so it might work (not sure how it will affect taste/texture though). As for the toffee sauce, I can't imagine it's anywhere near as good with mgararine. Honestly, I think it would be disappointing with mgararine but if that's all you've got and you have to make it, give it a go. Let me know how it turns out if you try it.

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      Loeeyike 4 years ago

      Hello there,I made this cake yesterday (Valentine's Day) and it was so tasty! My hunsabd was all praising and I was all smug, lol. But I did cheat with the sauce; I used 1/2 cup cream and 1/2 of fat free milk. I used 1/2 cup of muscovado sugar and 1/2 cup of light brown sugar. As for the butter, I think I used probably 1-2 tablespoon. Then I simmer until the sauce thickened slightly. And we ate the cake with frozen yogurt. Thank you so very much for this yummy recipe.