Corncake Lions

 

From "Crafts & More for Children's Ministry" by Karyn Henley & Lois Keffer, published by Group:

1 egg
1 tsp sugar
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
1/4 cup flour
1 cup milk
cornmeal
raisins

Mix egg, sugar, baking powder & salt in a bowl. Add flour and milk. Add cornmeal until batter is as thick as pancake batter. Pour several circles of batter into the skillet. With a spoon gently draw out the batter from the center of each circle to make "spikes" to be like a lion's mane. Put raisins on the corncakes for eyes and nose before you turn them over. This recipe makes about eight 3 or 4 inch corncakes.

Lion Chow

 

The recipe for Lion Chow is out of the book, Incredible Edible Bible Fun by Group Publishing (ISBN 0-7644-2001-1) and the recipe is as follows.

chex or crispix cereal (rice cereal in square shapes)
caramel syrup
powdered sugar
resealable plastic bag
1/4 measuring cup.

Pour a 1/4 of cereal into bag. Add a teaspoon of syrup. seal and shake the bag until syrup coats the cereal then open and add 2 tsp. of powdered sugar. Seal the bag and shake again until all is coated with sugar. then eat.

Exchange Volunteer has modified post to clarify book info.

Science Idea

 

thanks - my first Sunday is this week (yes, I always wait until the last minute) we'll make lion chow - and probably pancakes for the 3-5th grade.

I found this neat example on some web site---

 

  • You put salt (God's people) on a plate (the world) shake a small amount of pepper on top (evil-sin-problems).
  • Rub a plastic spoon (God) against cloth to create static electricity.
  • The people pray and the spoon lifts away the evil-sin-problems when you place the spoon over the top of the salt/pepper.

It works, I tried it and I hope our kids will think it's neat. Only takes about five minutes. Thanks for all your help. Mary

Lion Chow


7 cups rice chex
1 cup peanut butter
1 bag butterscotch chips
mini m&m's
mix pb and chips in large bowl, microwave 1 min at a time 50% power untill melted, stir in chex, add more to coat, last add m&m's for garnish(daniel's faith) chill and eat yummy!

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