Present Box Brownies Parshas Terumah
Gold, silver and copper, dyed wool, animal skins, wood, olive oil, spices and gems are some of the donations the Jewish people were instructed to donate for the purpose of constructing the Tabernacle.
This will be a Sanctuary to serve G-d during the forty years the Jewish people journey through the desert.
These adorable present box brownies are the perfect way to portray the donations or “gifts” donated in this week’s Torah portion. And the best part is that these are easy and simple for children to create!
Let’s jump right in and make these delicious brownie present boxes!
Here's what you need:
Brownies (home-made or brownie mix)
Sour belts candy
Square cookie cutter (optional)
Cut the edges around the brownies.
2. Use the cookie cutter to cut squares into the brownie. Alternatively, you can use a knife to carefully cut even squares.
3. Take one sour belt and wrap it around a piece of brownie. If the brownies are thin, you can choose to pile up two squares and place the sour belt over the two squares.
4. Next, the bows. You will need one and a half belts for the bow. Start by cutting one of the belts in half.
5. Next, take another whole sour belt. Fold the two ends inward. While holding it in place, place the half belt over the loop to create the bow.
6. Place the bow on top of the brownie.
And there you have it, our Parshah edibles to add fun and meaning to our Shabbat table with the family!