Bake Through The Bible Book Review

Bake Through The Bible Book Review

Disclosure: I was provided a copy of this book for review.  Any and all opinions are my own and have not been influenced.

Bake Through The BibleTitle: Bake Through The Bible

Author: Susie Bentley-Taylor & Bekah Moore

Publisher: The Good Book Company

Published: 9/23/2013

ISBN: 9781909559004

Genre: Cooking

Pages: 64

Price: $10.80

About the book:

This book contains 20 Bible stories, told in a simple, engaging style, that take your child through the whole storyline of the Bible. Each story is supported by a cooking activity that reinforces the main teaching, along with questions to discuss while cooking, and a simple recap to use when enjoying what they’ve cooked.

Cooking activities include:
– Sparkly promise cookies to remember God’s wonderful promises to Abraham
– Happy crepe faces in response to God’s promise to send His Rescuer and Forever-King
– Spiral tuna wraps for a picnic that links with Jesus’ miracle of feeding thousands
– An empty bread tomb with Easter dips to celebrate Jesus’ resurrection

You don’t have to be a good cook—just ready to have some fun as you Bake through the Bible!

My thoughts:

I was really excited about getting the opportunity to review this book.  I love baking and trying new recipes.  When the book arrived I immediately fell in love with the whole concept.  It’s a great way to get the kids in the kitchen with you.  All the recipes are fun and a great way to explore the bible with young children while cooking.  This book would make a great gift for a whole family so the parents get ideas on spending time with the kids while teaching them about the bible.  My kids and I had fun making one of the recipes in the book.


We followed the easy steps in the book.  As you can see the book isn’t confusing it’s actually fun and colorful so kids have fun following the steps and there are questions and topics that you can discuss with your kids.

Before they baked

These are the cookies before they hit the oven.  It was our first time making them so I was a little worried.

Finished cookies

These are some of the finished cookies.  I let the kids sprinkle the colored sugar on them and have as much fun and they wanted with them.  They really enjoyed the taste of the cookies as well.  We can’t wait to try another recipe from the book next week.

About the authors:

Susie grew up near Birmingham, UK. Having studied in Durham, in the north-east of England, she now lives in Oxford and is part of Magdalen Road Church. Susie has a background in secondary-school English teaching and worked full-time in that context for five years. She is married to Pete and they have a son called Joshua.

Bekah was born and brought up in South Yorkshire. She studied French and Russian in Durham. She then taught French before teaching teenagers with multiple learning difficulties in a Special School. Bekah is married to Nick and currently lives in Oxford with their two-year-old son Simeon. They are part of St Ebbe’s Church.

You can purchase the book on Amazon.


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Nickida - is a wife and stay at home mother of four. She was born in Trinidad but moved to the US at age 14. She started blogging on an off for about three years and recently started writing more consistently. She enjoys sharing about her children, marriage, books, recipes, movies, reviews, giveaways and much more. She is working on improving her baking skills and building on her cake decorating business.

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