Biblical Desserts: 16 Bible-Inspired Dessert Recipes
Whether you're attending a Bible study, making a Sunday afternoon dessert, or simply love old-fashioned dessert ideas, this list is full of religious recipes for dessert that are waiting to be discovered. In our collection of Biblical Desserts: 16 Bible-Inspired Dessert Recipes, you'll find fun recipes like Scripture Cake, Resurrection Rolls, Preacher Cake and more! These recipes are some of our most popular, and use simple ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.
Biblical Cake Recipes
There's no better way to celebrate a special occasion than with a delicious dessert. These biblical-inspired cake recipes will add an extra creative touch to every holiday get-together. Our particular favorite is the Test Kitchen-Approved recipe for Scripture Cake. This mouth-watering dessert is made using a recipe that references foods found in the Bible. Our recipe includes Bible verse references, but we also provide the ingredients list for your convenience. Your guests will have a hard time deciding whether they are more impressed by the creative recipe, or its delightful results!
Test Kitchen Approved! This is a quick dessert idea that the housewife could throw together when she learned last minute the preacher was coming. It can be made as a layer cake, cupcakes, or simply baked in a pan.
Test Kitchen Approved! This dessert is as fun to make as it is delicious because each ingredient is accompanied by the verse in which it is mentioned in the Bible.
Test Kitchen Approved! This is a perfect finish to any meal. Make this Angel Food cake after church on a Sunday, and your family will definitely thank you for it.
You’ll love this fluffy and delightful dessert as a light, refreshing lush cake to serve at any holiday meal. It's the perfect dessert for your dinner table!
This heavenly dessert is the perfect chocolate cake recipe. Soft and fluffy cake is staked with pie filling, Cool Whip and more!
If you've ever made a Texas sheet cake recipe, you know how simple and quick it is. If you haven't ever made it, this recipe for Church Social White Texas Sheet Cake is the perfect way to start.
More Biblical Dessert Recipes
Let's be honest - one dessert is never enough. Even weddings nowasays serve a whole dessert table full of delectable treats! These additional biblical-inspired recipes are some of our favorite ways to satisfy our sweet tooth. Choose from an assortment of pies, cookies, candy, and even our Test Kitchen-Approved recipe for Hot Cross Buns!
As the story goes, the marshmallows (which are stuffed inside crescent rolls) represent Jesus. The marshmallow melts in the oven, making it look like it has disappeared, hence Jesus has risen!
This apple pie recipe is legendary. It's won church cook-offs and earned rave reviews from everyone who's enjoyed a taste ... try it out to see what all the fuss is about.
Test Kitchen Approved! As far as dessert ideas go, this recipe for divinity candy is one of the best. It tastes similar to marshmallows, and have a fluffy, cloud-like consistency.
Test Kitchen Approved! When a housewife looked out the window and saw a preacher riding up the mountain on his horse, the cookies would be ready by the time he arrived!
With Cool Whip, cherry pie filling, mini marshmallows, and more, this is one of those simple dessert ideas that you know has to be good!
Amish dessert ideas are always yummy and simple to make. This dessert is meant to look like church windows.
Everyone is sure to love this religious Jello dessert. The Jello makes a fun pattern that is meant to look like stained glass windows.
Test Kitchen Approved! We look forward to making hot cross buns every Easter, and we got even more excited after we developed this easy recipe. If you've been nervous about making your own hot cross buns, then you have to give our recipe a try!
These are the best buttery, flakey biscuits you'll ever make, so having one feels like a special treat. We just had to include these angel biscuits!
There's nothing quite like authentic Amish cooking, and Bishop's Chocolate Pie is a delicious example of this. Made with sugar, cocoa and vanilla, this simple recipe will taste as if it was crafted by a true Amish cook.
What is your favorite Bible-inspired dessert recipe?