As the spring festival season approaches and we look forward to the Passover and the Days of Unleavened Bread, there are preparations to be made. The rich and deep spiritual significance of this time calls for sober reflection, while the heart lifts with the joy, expectation, and gratitude for this very special time.

The sermons we hear preached as the festival period approaches reflect the spiritual significance and the history of these days. For those who have observed the Days of Unleavened Bread for some time, the festival is very familiar and enjoyed tremendously.

But as our organization grows and the spring festival season nears each year, we receive requests for recipes to use during this time from people who are very unfamiliar with the proscription of leavened products. Questions arise and the need for information plus the desire to obey sometimes leave people very confused or anxious.

So for service to the brethren and the further enjoyment of the DAYS OF UNLEAVENED BREAD, we offer you these recipes and the answer to the questions, “Just what is leavening?” and “What can you eat?” You’ll be happy to learn that the adjustment isn’t painful or full of deprivation. It’s a wonderful time of learning more about the Almighty God and His Son, our Savior. Eat and enjoy!

Unleavened Bread Recipes


Read the articles below to learn more about the Days of Unleaved Bread:

Jesus Did Not Eat Leavened Bread at Passover

We are responding to an e-mail that I received challenging keeping the Passover with unleavened bread. The article seeks to prove, among other ideas, that the Greek word, “artos” (Strong’s 740) which is a generic... Read More

What is Leavening?

God uses leaven to symbolize sin, 1 Corinthians 5:1-8. Sin puffs us up and grows within us spiritually just as physical leaven puffs up bread dough. God uses unleavened bread to symbolize a sinless life.... Read More

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