This desert is too delicious to only eat on Jewish New Year
Rosh Hashanah dessert recipes
This much-loved Jewish cookie is ubiquitous in Israel nowadays, where varieties range from average pastry at neighborhood grocery stores to gourmet delicacies at the country's best bakeries. This recipe takes the treat up a notch.
Beyond apples and honey, another way to bring the Rosh Hashanah staple fruit to the holiday table
Apples and honey have a long history as a Jewish new year tradition. This recipe combines these ancient symbols into a sweet dessert
Layers of rich dough filled with honey and baked together, this recipe brings the joy of dipping challah in honey to the holiday dessert plate.
Among the more exotic new creations this Jewish new year are a honey-carmelized apple-pear brioche bostock and a honey-walnut cake topped with crumbled Lotus biscuits.
Why bake honey cake when you can buy it? We’ve done your homework for you, and found the five best places to buy honey cake in Israel this Rosh Hashanah. Which is your favorite?
Apple and honey cake, honey and cinnamon babka, and a moist cake with apricots: Take a different approach this Jewish New Year.
Green and refreshing, sweet, sour and spicy - a variation of tabbouleh.