Posts Tagged ‘Parsha Cakes’

Parshat Tzav (and Vayikra): Cow Cookies

March 18, 2011

I know I didn’t post a parsha project last week–but I did do one, really! Last week’s parsha and this week’s are about korbanot, or the animal and meal offerings.


Tetzavah Stained Glass Cookie Choshen

February 11, 2011

More in the update to this post.

Thoughts on making stained glass cookies: if you bake the cookies long enough to brown them, the melted candies start to caramelize and the colors get less bright and more, well, caramel colored. I wonder if you could partially bake the cookies and then add the crushed candies . . .

Parsha Pizza: Terumah

February 3, 2011

Okay, no parsha cake (well, not yet, but I am contemplating parsha cookies). Instead we made something savory inspired by the parsha: menorah pizza. (more…)

Parsha Cake: Yitro

January 21, 2011

Parsha Cake: Shabbat Shira (Beshalach)

January 13, 2011

Banana cake cut in half, chocolate frosting between halves for mud, crushed tea biscuits for sand, and blue-green icing for the water. Fruit roll cut up for fish. Rolled buttercream for figures, pretzel stick for staff. Tip: spaghetti helps hold figures together.



Parsha Cake: Parshat Bo

January 7, 2011

I made my first parsha cake with one of my children! The cake shows a new moon (for Rosh Chodesh and for the first mitzvah, Parshat Bo). The stuff on the cake represents the last three makot, plus Moshe confronting Pharoh, vessels of silver and gold, and matzoh. (more…)