Doctrine and Covenants 51–57
“A Faithful, a Just, and a Wise Steward”
- 5 tablespoons butter
- 1 bag (10 oz) large marshmallows
- 6 cups Lucky Charms™ cereal
- 8 oz almond-flavored candy coating (almond bark)
- 2 to 3 drops green food color
Spray 13×9-inch pan with cooking spray.
- In 3-quart or larger saucepan, melt 5 tablespoons butter over medium-low heat. Add marshmallows. Cook, stirring constantly, until marshmallows are almost melted. Remove from heat; immediately stir in 6 cups Lucky Charms™ cereal.
- Pour mixture into pan. With rubber spatula, press mixture down to fit evenly in pan. Cool about 30 minutes.
Microwave 8 oz almond-flavored candy coating (almond bark) as directed on bag. Stir in 2 to 3 drops green food color.
Cut cooled cereal mixture into 4 rows by 4 rows to make 16 bars. Dip bottom of each bar into melted candy coating, spread evenly. Place coating side up on sheet of waxed paper; let stand until coating is set before serving.
- Stir in 1 cup white vanilla baking chips with the cereal for a loaded bar!
- Try this quick no-bake recipe with your favorite cereal.
- Doctrine and Covenants 52:14–19.
As you discuss the pattern described in these verses, your family might enjoy looking at other patterns you use—such as patterns for sewing clothing or making a craft. You could work together to make something from a pattern while talking about the pattern the Lord gave for avoiding deception.
- Doctrine and Covenants 53:1.
Consider sharing with your family an experience when you, like Sidney Gilbert, asked the Lord “concerning your calling.”
- Doctrine and Covenants 55.
How did the Lord use William Phelps’s abilities as a writer and printer? (for example, see the author index in the hymnbook for a list of hymns he wrote). Maybe family members could talk about the talents and abilities they see in each other. How can our talents contribute to God’s work?
For more ideas for teaching children, see this week’s outline in Come, Follow Me—For Primary.
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