Are you here looking for a great Unleavened Communion Bread recipe for your church or family? Use your pantry staples to make this easy communion bread, including butter, honey, flour, egg, milk, and salt.
Have you ever wanted to take Communion in the privacy of your home with your family? Have you ever wanted to make homemade Unleavened Communion Bread for a church? If so, this is the recipe for you.
Ingredients in this Unleavened Communion Bread
You will need flour, milk, egg, salt, butter, and honey to make this Unleavened Bread.
This Unleavened Communion Bread recipe is easy to make and taste great. After we have Communion, my kids love eating this bread with honey. It makes a delicious snack.
Out of all the recipes I have shared on my blog, this Unleavened Communion Bread recipe is the one recipe that I pray will be shared the most. Around Easter time, people start searching for God. Easter is a great time to remember Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross and have Communion. Please consider sharing this recipe with your friends and family on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and more.
Updated Unleavened Bread Post
I am updating my Unleavened Bread post from a year ago. I wanted to take some better pictures of this bread to share with you. Baking unleavened bread is an excellent activity to do with your family. You can explain the differences in leavened and unleavened bread. You could also explain why and how unleavened bread was used in Bible times.
Most importantly, you could use this bread to remember that God sent His Son Jesus to die on the cross for our sins. I explain all of this in my earlier Unleavened Bread post if you need a reminder.
You can also see the comments below about his Unleavened Communion Bread. One person said, “It was far too tasty to be Communion bread.”
If you are looking for other Easter treats, try the following:
- SPRINGTIME SPRINKLES POUND CAKE
- EASTER OREO’S
- KRISPIE EASTER EGGS
- Easy Lemon Blueberry Cake
- EASY COCONUT CAKE
- BEST LEMON TREATS
- UNLEAVENED COMMUNION BREAD RECIPE
- NO BAKE LEMON PIE
- STRAWBERRY PRETZEL SALAD
- NO-BAKE COCONUT PIE
- Carrot Butterscotch Toffee Poke Cake
- ULTIMATE LEMON POUND CAKE
- Easy Lemonade Cake
If you are looking for a way to explain Jesus’ death to children, try these Resurrection cookies. Each ingredient represents something Jesus went through. Kids seal the tomb, the oven, with tape. In the morning, the cookies are found empty, just like Jesus’ grave.
Unleavened Communion Bread Recipe
- 3/4 cup milk, scalded Scalded milk is to heat it to an almost boil You can do this in the microwave.
- 1 egg beaten
- 1/4 cup honey
- 2-1/2 cup flour
- 1/4 cup butter melted
- 1 teaspoon Salt
- Beat milk, honey, and butter together.
- Then, add the egg.
- Gradually add 2 cups of flour and the salt. The dough will be sticky.
Use a large 12x17 size parchment paper to roll out the dough. Flour the parchment paper well and add the dough.
- Make sure the parchment paper, rolling pin, and dough are floured well. Use the remaining 1/4 cup flour. Roll the dough to 1/4" thickness.
- Place the rolled out dough with the parchment paper on a baking sheet 12x17 size to fit in my baking pan.
- Put the parchment paper with the dough on it on the baking pan
- Prick with a fork.
- Bake at 375 degrees for 15 or 20 minutes.
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