I have another great Easter activity for you as part of the #Hallelujah campaign! This one is a fun Easter scavenger hunt and breakfast that your kids will love! They get to search the scriptures for clues that tell them what ingredients they need to make this delicious French Toast Easter Bake.
This is a “make ahead” dish and needs to be refrigerated overnight, so make sure you do this Saturday with your kids so it’s ready for Easter morning.
Collette from My Computer is My Canvas came up with this great Easter scavenger hunt and recipe and I have the printables for you to download below. This is so creative, you’re kids are going to have so much fun in the kitchen with you while reading about Christ and getting into the real meaning of Easter.
To get started, print off the Easter Scripture Scavenger Hunt PDF and let your kids jump into the New Testament to find the answers to the clues. Here they will learn more about the Savior as they fill in the blanks and prepare to make their Easter breakfast. Some of the clues are a little tricky, but we provided a cheat sheet for you to help the kids when they need it. Collette also provided the actual recipe so you can get everything you need beforehand.
Collette suggests that bagels are the best bread to use for this recipe. I’ve also used french bread in another overnight french toast bake, but I would definitely try the bagels first! A fun twist might be Cinnamon Swirl bagels or even gluten-free ones for those are who intolerant.
Once you find the clues with your kids (or let them do it themselves if they’re a little older), just follow the recipe!
Here are the printables to download. Collette included a scavenger hunt printout along with a sheet with the scriptures and answers, the recipe, and then the recipe in 2 different recipe sizes if you have a recipe book you want to add this to. I know I sure do! This sounds so yummy! This will be a fun new Easter tradition to do with my family.
Don’t forget to share this with your family and friends and use the hashtag #Hallelujah. You’ll also find some great posts on social media with the hashtag and other awesome Easter activities to do with your family.