A Song From El Salvador and a Dutch-Inspired Breakfast

Hey friends,

This week we tracked vocals on a song inspired by our trip to El Salvador with Compassion International. Titled, “The Face of Jesus”, the song talks about living a life that allows others to see Jesus through every thing we do. Particularly in reaching out to the poor and orphaned, which Compassion is all about.

A week ago we led worship for the You and Your Girl Simulcast. So incredible that over 60 churches in 3 countries were gathered at the same time! It blows me away to know that God’s presence is not limited to time and space. He saw each heart worshiping individually, whether in Alberta, Texas, the Bahamas, Tennessee, and anywhere else. Thanks to all the churches who hosted this mother/daughter day.
This morning I had a one-of-a-kind breakfast. Our friends in Franklin, Don & Donna Schmidt, made us Dutch Babies (check out this pic!) It was perfect with maple syrup! See recipe below.
While in the studio, I do a lot of reading during down-times. This week I’m working through “Attributes of God” by A.W. Tozer. This book is rocking my world!
Keep following our journey making the new album at Twitter and Facebook, we’re updating it daily! Check out Twitter @sonflowerz, along with our Facebook fan page. -Becca

How To Bake Big “Dutch Babies”


2-3 qt.____ // 1/4C. //_ 3 // _____3/4C each

3-4 qt. ____// 1/3C. //__ 4 // ______1C each

4- 4 1/2 qt. // 1/2C. //_ 5 // _____1 1/4C each

4 ½ – 5 qt. // 1/2C. // _____6 // _____1 1/2C each

Put butter in pan and set into a 425 degree preheated oven. Then mix batter quickly while butter melts. Put eggs in blender and whirl at high speed for 1 minute. With motor running, gradually add milk, then slowly add flour; continue whirling for 30 sec.

Remove pan from oven and pour batter into melted bitter. Return to oven & bake till puffy & well-browned 20 – 25 minutes. Depending on your pan. Dust w/ nutmeg if you like & serve at once w/ any other the following toppings:

  1. Sprinkle with powered sugar and squeeze lemon juice over serving
  2. Any syrup or honey
  3. Jam or marmelade

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