An Epiphany Royal Supper

Here's an idea for Epiphany...
Have a "Royal Supper" in honor of the Magi making it the newborn Christ the King!

Epiphany Royal Supper Menu:
Crown Pizza
Golden Pear Winter Fruit Salad
Royal punch or Sparkling Cider
  King's Wine Cake

Crown Pizza
We just cut a family sized take-and-bake pizza in half, carving each half into crown shapes, adding olives!



Golden Pear Winter Fruit Salad

Combine the following ingredients:
Bosco pears
Ambrosia apples
Oats and Honey granola
Honey flavored Greek yogurt

Royal Punch
We used sparkling cranberry juice
The Epiphany~Manifestation of the Word made Flesh~ is reason to cheer!

King's Wine Cake

Ingredients:
Yellow Cake Mix
1 pkg. Vanilla Pudding mix
4 Eggs
1 Cup Dry Sherry Wine
3/4 Cup Vegetable Oil
Powdered sugur
{Garnish with gumdrops and Rolos}
*Beat all ingredients together on high for approx. 5 minutes*
Spray Bundt Pan and Bake at 350 degrees for 45-50 minutes
Sprinkle with Powdered Sugar
(We added "royal gumdrops" for the crown jewels and the rolos represented the gold brought to the Messiah)

Prayer for the Epiphany of the Lord

Dear Jesus, as You led the Three Kings to You by the light of a star,
Please draw us ever closer to You by the light of Faith.
Help us to desire You as ardently as they did.
Give us the grace to overcome all the obstacles that keep us far from You.
May we, like them, have something to give You when we appear before You.
Mary, Our Mother, help us to know Your Son.
Amen.



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7 comments:

  1. Tiffany, you are super creative! I love all your ideas to celebrate the Feast of the Epiphany! Your children must love to learn their faith from your creative activities!

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  2. Aww, thank you Noreen! I appreciate your kind comments very much:) Catherine Anne, thanks for stopping by and leaving a nice note as well. A blessed Epiphany to you both!

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  3. Great ideas! Such fun! I am making a cake with my crown pan from Pampered Chef, but the gold rolos and gumdrops will give the perfect finishing touch! Thank you, Tiffany!
    (I'll post the pan on my blog.)

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  4. Jeannine~Fantastic! I'll pop over to see your cake photos...Look forward to it:)

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  5. This is great Tiffany! Thank you for posting!!

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  6. Just wondering if I could substitute something for the dry sherry wine? Perhaps apple juice?

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