Crossing The Red Sea Cake

Crossing The Red Sea Cake

Crossing the Red Sea Cake
What you will need:

  • 2 Packages of Funfetti Aqua Blue Cake mix (and have the water, oil, and egg whites that it takes to make it)
  • 1 Aqua Blue Vanilla Icing (With Fishy Candy)
  • 1 Go Pack of Teddy Grams

I am all about doing things the easy way!! It may not turn out looking “professional” but who cares!! The kids enjoyed the making of the cake and really enjoyed the eating of the cake!!
Crossing the Red Sea Cake 1

Mix and bake your cake as directed on the package!

Egg White Separating Tip

You can separate your egg yolks from your whites by sucking the yolk into a empty water bottle! Yes it works!!!

Crossing the Red Sea Cake 2

After it is cool, turn the cake out onto a flat surface and cut in half and push the two halves apart!

Crossing the Red Sea Cake 3

Ice the cake, then using the flat side of a knife lay it flat on the icing and pull up and into a curve to make wave like spikes in the icing!

Crossing the Red Sea Cake 4

Sprinkle the little fish that came in the icing on the tops of the waves!

Crossing the Red Sea Cake 5

Take the teddy grams Israelites and add a little icing to their feet to make them stand upright and place them in the gap. I did twelve teddy grams, one for each tribe of Israel!

Not bad for a quick and easy fun food!!

Crossing the Red Sea Cake 6

We had fun playing out the scenario with our desserts! Pharaoh was bobbing around in my piece of cake!! My youngest had his Pharaoh “spit out of the sea onto dry land!” with a fish on his head!

Warning: You will have blue mouth, teeth, table cloth and whatever else it touches but that is ok, it is part of the fun looking like you just ate a village of Smurfs!!


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About Becky Husband

Becky is a Hebraic Christian homeschool mom blogger that lives on a small farm in Deep East Texas. When she isn't homeschooling her kids, she is busy documenting her family's life on her blog. In her blog, she writes about her faith, family, homeschooling, and homesteading. She also shares the family's abundance of hobbies such as geocaching, hiking, biking, birding, nature photography, and most recently her art! She is always eager to answer any questions others may have so feel free to leave comments and inquiries!

Posted on January 31, 2015, in Crafts, Faith, Family Fun, In The Kitchen, Torah Portions and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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