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Shavuot Recipes- a Mount Sinai Cake

Posted on 07 June 2011

Shavuot Recipes- a Mount Sinai Cake

Shavuot Recipes- a Mount Sinai Cake

This adorable Sinai cake was shared with me by a long-time friend and JLO contributor, Stephanie Savir.

Stephanie is super organized and I always love sharing her ideas on organizing.

While it’s a little bit late in the day to start “potchkeing” with a full blown cake, if you’re done with your cooking which I’m hoping that you are, you can have some fun with your kids and follow the quick and easy directions below.

And if you missed this post before Shavuot, make this cake anytime! It’s a wonderful addition to any Shabbat meal.

Here’s how you can follow the Shavout Recipes-Mount Sinai Cake:

Just use a cake mix, cover a mixing bowl well with flour and margerine, bake in the mixing bowl (it takes almost double the time and should be baked covered for most of the baking time so it won’t burn on top) . …When cake is cooled, frost with white icing (colored with green food coloring) and top with candy flower sprinkles or any multi colored sprinkles. We made a luchos and wrote the Aleph-Bais on it, taped it to a toothpick and stuck it on top.

If you’re in a HUGE rush, why not make some ice cream using my recipe below, freeze in a round bowl like a pyrex. Then, when you’re ready to serve it, push it upside-down on top of a plate and have the kids decorate before serving with things like chocolate chips or other candies. They can make the 10 commandments before hand and then you can insert it into the ice cream shape with a toothpick.

Ice Cream:

1 package of defrosted frozen strawberries
2-3 egg whites
1/2 cup sugar

Beat the egg whites until stiff with the sugar in a food processor. Add the frozen strawberries into the egg white/sugar mixture and freeze.

You’ll still look like a Jewish Martha Stewart when you serve your Har Sinai cake at your meal, no one has to know it was a quickie idea that you found on!

For more interesting Shavuot ideas, click here.

One Response to “Shavuot Recipes- a Mount Sinai Cake”

  1. Love these ideas! thanks so much for sharing on Craft Schooling Sunday, great to see you!

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